Little Free Libraries

Little Free Libraries
Photo of the Little Free Library
Little Free Libraries is an innovative idea which encourages lending with a difference, absolutely free. Little Free Library canterbury bankstown Little Free Libraries is an innovative idea which encourages lending with a difference, absolutely free.  
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Campsie Little Free Library

Photo of a father and daughter using the Little Free Library24/7 every day!

Campsie Railway Station is the recent recipient of Canterbury-​Bankstown's new Little Free Library, located on the street level of Beamish Street, Campsie.

The Little Free L​ibrary, in the form of a TARDIS, was built by Canterbury Men's Shed and aims to promote literacy and reading across Canterbury-Bankstown by offering a range of books free to the public. 

Train travellers and bookworms are able to take a book, read it on their way to and from work and when finished simply return the book to the Little Free Library.

Readers can also leave their own books in the TARDIS for someone else to borrow for free.​

For more information, contact Campsie Library and Knowledge Centre on 9789 9423.

Location

Campsie Railway Station
Beamish Street
Campsie NSW 2194

Hurlstone Park Little Free Library

Photo of the Little Free Library24/7 every day!

Hurlstone Park bookworms were the first recipients of the City of Canterbury Bankstown's first Little Free Library, located next to Hurlstone Park Train Station!​

A much valued addition to the Hurlstone Park local streetscape, built by Canterbury Men's Shed, the Little Free Library comes in the form of a miniature red telephone booth.

Hurlstone Park train travellers and bookworms are able to read on their way to work or when passing by and can then return the book to the Little Free Library when they are finished.

They can also leave one of their own for someone else to come along read.

The purpose behind this Little Free Library is to promote literacy and reading across the City of Canterbury Bankstown, and Hurlstone Park residents were the first to benefit from the "novel" approach.

For more information, contact  Campsie Library and Knowledge Centre on 9789 9423.

Location

Hurlstone Park Railway Station
Crinan Street
Hurlstone Park NSW 2193​

 

Canterbury Family Day Care Little Free LibraryPhoto of the Little Free Library

Canterbury-Bankstown's third Little Free Library has popped up in Campsie, with this one catering especially for children.

A group of Year 11 students from Trinity Grammar School built the library at Canterbury Family Day Care, as part of their school community project.

This project was close to one of the students' heart, as the library was a "thank you" for the care and early education given to him when he attended the centre during his younger years.

Location

Canterbury Family Day Care
12 Campsie Street
Campsie NSW 2194