Croydon Library recently celebrated 40 years of operation in the community. The library has a wall of windows overlooking the small lake and many people visit the library to sit, read and admire the view. The building also houses the Croydon Historical Society. There are four children’s storytimes a week at Croydon and there are large collections of adult fiction, large print, biographies and military history. Family History resources are also located at Croydon.
Civic Square Croydon, 3136
Free parking at the side of the library. Some parking at the nearby shopping centre is restricted (2 hour parking).
Approach to main entrance: Wheelchair/pram access to the entrance from the carpark. There are two sets of automatic front doors.
Internal access: The library is on one level. There is wheelchair/pram access around library. Catalogues are on high benches.
- Public toilets: Male/Female/Accessible, baby change (in the accessible toilet).
- Photocopier: Black&White, Colour
- Internet: Twelve public access Internet PCs (includes two 10-minute PCs)
- Genealogy PC
Join us for an interesting session about what people have been reading recently, please bring along what you have read as well. Afternoon tea provided.
When: Third Thursday of the month 2pm
Family History Help
Ask an expert for help navigating the vast family history resources available at your local library.
When: Call 9800 6448 to make a booking.
Maroondah Homework Support Program
This free and supervised program can provide space to:
- Seek assistance from tutors
- Access computers
- Get help with language difficulties
- Meet other students
- Make new friends
For further information contact the Migrant Information Centre 9285 4888 or Croydon Library
on 9294 5640
When: every Tuesday in school term 4-6pm