A dedicated library for ages 0 to tweens nestled in an old Camillia tree. You’ll also find a comfy bench and possibly some faerie folk who live in the garden near by.
Walk on over to discover our selection
The proteaceae family of flowering plants including waratahs are amoungst Australia's most popular natives . Here at Ekidna you will find these flowers painted in big bright colours representing our beautiful Australia on our street library . Come and take a look
A mix of books for all ages.
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Come read books with the Cosgrove Book Worms
The Rotary Club of Lower Blue Mountains has provided a beautifully painted Library full of a full range of books for all ages.
The pictured Library is opposite Whitton Park
Something for readers young and old, who knows what you'll discover!
Three boxes to share your books with the community.
A little library to help enhance community spirit in our street next to the Royal National Park.
Street Libraries are beautiful homes for books, planted in community locations and offers a way to share good things to read.
Street Libraries encourage books to be recycled and shared by:
• Providing any member of the community access to literature and the joys of reading;
• Providing opportunities for community members to meet, connect and socialise;
• Enlivening and activating public spaces.