Welcome to Nhulunbuy Community Library
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm | Saturday 10.00am - 1.00pm
Welcome to the Nhulunbuy Community Library
Come and visit us at the Nhulunbuy Community Library. Just to chill out, or to enjoy looking at books, magazines and newspapers. We have interesting books for all ages, to browse, or to loan. Books for fun and recreation, research and information, or homework; the range on offer is huge. Or come and use our free exchange book service.
We also offer a free Wireless Internet Hotspot Kiosk and free public computers as a service to the community.
The Library can be found on the edge of the Nhulunbuy High School grounds on Matthew Flinders Way. Come in and meet our friendly staff.
A wide range of special services and programs are also offered by the Library including:
Nhulunbuy is situated on the east coast of Arnhem Land on the Northern Territory side of the Gulf of Carpentaria, about 600 km east of Darwin. The town commenced in 1971 with a special town lease on Aboriginal land to service the bauxite mine. There is a population of approximately 4200 people.
The Library started it’s life in the town’s mining camps as a “library” and then through public pressure developed into a Public Library before morphing into the Nhulunbuy Community Library. To track the existence of the Library, we followed the history of the town and traced the role of the library mainly through the newspapers and other printed information available. Our research was incorporated in a display within the library and also placed on the Nhulunbuy Library History webpage.
Matthew Flinders Way, Nhulunbuy
|Phone:||(08) 8987 0860|
|Fax:||(08) 8987 0836|