Kunbim Street Library

2 Alkoomie Street, Beverly Hills, NSW, 2209, Australia

We need to bring back children's love & respect for books as unfortunately, technology has taken over story telling. We believe supporting the books in our library will bring back that excitement and love for stories whilst experiencing Darug art by Aunty Beverly, our Aboriginal Elder.

The Aboriginal artwork you will see displayed on ‘Kunbim Street Library’ was created by Aunty Beverly. This artwork depicts ancient rock cave hand art near Barfa Bear Childcare Centre, which is one of the remaining remnants of artworks in rock caves along the Cooks River. The children were inspired by this story and placed their hands on the street library to depict this ancient cave art and named the library ‘Kunbim’, which means rock art.

The Kunbim Street Library is a place where children and families can share books by borrowing and replacing to help share their love for literature.

Located at:2 Alkoomie Street, Beverly Hills, NSW, 2209, Australia

Contact this librarian

We will NOT be forwarding your message if it is regarding donations. You do not need permission to donate your books. Go visit a Street Library today there is no need to fill in this form.

  • What would you like to ask or share with the librarian? Note: We will NOT be forwarding on messages regarding the donations of books.
  • * All comments moderated and will only genuine and non-offensive messages be forwarded.