The community was devastated by the 2019 fires, but the street library survived. It was built in 2017 by two local women with the support of Two Sheds in Bega. Originally placed on a fence that once surrounded the hall it was moved to the inside of the bus shelter a year later. It’s well utilised by the community and all are welcome. If you are travelling through and need a book to read, pop into the bus shelter and browse the selections on offer. This changes regularly.
Quaama is a very small village on the far south coast of NSW. It has a school, a community hall, a shop that’s also the post office and a tennis court and a revamped park in the middle of the village. It did have a lovely old church until the fires of New Years Eve 2019. This is a popular stop over for travellers as it has a free, but small stop over site near Dry River, which is rarely dry.
Located at:Cobargo Street Quaama, NSW, 2550
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