Sale Library
The Sale Library is a contemporary space that has been carefully, and thoughfully, designed to cater for the modern user.

The library is conveniently located on Level 1 of the Wellington Centre (with a Study and Research Space located on Level 2). The U-shaped layout allows for windows on all sides, providing a light-filled space with wonderful views.

Library users have access to a large selection of books, magazines, newspapers and DVD's. A local history collection is also available for those undertaking research.

Our online catalogue is also available to all current library members.

There are quiet corners in which to relax, combined with comfortable seating and free high-speed WiFi connectivity. There are also 8 x public PC's with internet access, multiple charge points for your device and touch enabled screens providing access to the library catalogue.

The Youth Zone is the perfect hang-out for teenagers with casual seating and gaming available, in addition to the free WiFi. It is located to the northern end of the library overlooking Foster Street.

There is also a Children's Zone located at the southern end of the library, featuring stunning views of the Port. This space includes plenty of books, seating, tables/chairs, drawing materials and play equipment. The Children's Zone is also situated beside the Dock 70 Cafe, providing parents/guardians the opportunity to enjoy a coffee or snack while their children are entertained.

The library is fully accessible, and our friendly staff are always available to assist if required.

Additional library information can be found here.


Wellington Centre (Level 1), 70 Foster Street, Sale (Entry via either Foster Street or Grand Canal Drive)
(03) 5142 3575
9.00am - 5.30pm (Monday to Friday), 10.00am - 4.00pm (Weekends and Public Holidays), Closed Christmas Day
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