The Hamlin Street Library was partially funded by community donations and was built by the amazing Jarrad at JRK Woodworking. The library is managed by two humans and two very bossy Pomeranians, with one of the humans being an ex-library technician who believes that everyone should have easy access to books that inspire and delight! Our library features a noticeboard, with a new inspirational quote and a ‘Grab some vocab!’ card appearing each week. We encourage everyone to visit in order to grab a book and leave a book, which will ensure that there is constantly something new and exciting within our library. If you visit our library, please share your experience on our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/thehamlinstreetlibrary. Our library is permanently accepting bulk donations in order to ensure that we have a large supply of books, and any bulk donations can please be placed at the front door of 16 Hamlin Street.
The Hamlin Street Library features books for all ages and interests! Whether you're out and about for school, work, or are taking a walk to get a bit of sunshine, please drop by and visit our beautiful library! As an added bonus, we are right near a beautiful patch of council maintained bushland, where you can lay a blanket and read amongst nature.
Located at:16 Hamlin Street, Quakers Hill, NSW
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