Kew Library



The Kew Public Library is based in Kew, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. The library provides services to residents of Kew and the surrounding area. Services include adult social reading groups, a book club, children’s storytime, and free WiFi access. Kew Public Library is part of the Eastern Suburbs Library Service and is located in the center of Kew.

In June 1842 the Corporation of the Borough of Kew passed a by-law that allowed rate collecter James Blacker to rent a building at 124 Burwood Road. This was the start of the first public library in the area. The collection was small and only consisted of three books. The library was closed again in June 1844 before being reopened in 1846. The collection grew over the next few years and in 1851 the library was moved to larger premises at 157 Burwood Road. In July 1863 the Corporation of the Borough of Kew passed a by-law that allowed the library to be moved to a site at the corner of Burwood Road and Hawthorn Road. The new location opened on 1 October 1863 and operated under the name Kew Public Library.

More than 150 years ago, the Kew Public Library was the first public library in this part of Melbourne. It’s still going strong today. The library has a collection of over 200,000 books and eBooks, as well as magazines, music, DVDs, and games. There are a number of services available to members of the public as well

The building was designed by Francis Howard Greenway, who was an architect and civil engineer, as well as a convict who had been transported to NSW in 1827. He was granted a pardon in 1837 and appointed Colonial Architect of NSW in 1846.

Kew Library is a contributing property in the Kew Green Historic District, which is a national historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. The Kew Green Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992 with a boundary increase in 2010. It was built in 1905 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. It is located in the Kew Green Historic District.

The library is open Monday to Wednesday from 10 am to 6 pm and Thursday from 10 am to 9 pm. It is closed on weekends and statutory holidays. Library cards can be obtained at the library, at Kew Community Centre, Kew Community Resource Centre, or online. It is run by the Geelong and Wollondilly Regional Libraries. The library has more than 236,000 items. The library is fully accessible to those with a disability.

The Kew Public Library is one of the most visited libraries in Victoria. Founded in 1986, it is one of four public libraries in Kew and is a great place to visit, especially if you like reading! The library is an active member of the community and hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including author events and children’s storytime. The library is also a great place to visit even if you don’t plan to check out any books! The library’s wide range of historical, cultural, and natural resources make it an excellent place to learn and explore.

The library is home to collections in a wide range of subjects including books, eBooks, magazines, music, DVDs, games, and more. There are also some programs specifically for kids. Check out our website for a full listing of programs, books, and other services.

The library is a hub for local residents, offering a range of programs and services for people of all ages and backgrounds.

The library is located on the corner of Green and Orange streets, within walking distance of the Kew Gardens railway station. It has meeting rooms for different community groups and functions, including book clubs, study groups, knitting circles, and art classes. It offers activities for children and their parents. There are playgroups for children, with activities for their age group. The library also has a reading center for parents and caregivers, with activities for children and their parents. This is a great way to relax, read a book, and have some quality time with your child.