Is Paddington Library part of Woollahra Council?
How can I have my say?
What happens to the comments I make?
Your views are important to us. We will record and report your feedback to Council to help inform the decision-making process, and whether Paddington Library should remain open on Sundays on a permanent basis.
What does Council hope to achieve through the consultation process?
Our goal is to remain a vital part of the Woollahra community by offering services and opportunities that our community wants and needs. We can only achieve this by listening to your ideas and aspirations for the library service.
About Woollahra Libraries
How many libraries does Woollahra have?
We have three libraries located in Double Bay, Paddington and Watsons Bay.
The former Local History Centre based in Sherbrooke Hall was integrated into the Woollahra Library at Double Bay in 2016. The combined service is known as Woollahra Libraries.
What services does Woollahra Libraries currently offer?
We offer a range of services and programs -- from borrowing print and e-books to 3D printing to book clubs. Visit Woollahra Libraries' website to find out what we have have to offer.
How many people use Woollahra Libraries?
Woollahra Libraries has over 32,000 members. That's 55 per cent of Woollahra
Across the three libraries, Woollahra Libraries employs 35.89 full time
equivalent staff, and is supported by 105 volunteers.
How do I join the library?
- your current address (e.g. drivers licence, bank statements, utility bills)
- identification (e.g. drivers licence, Medicare card).
How can I volunteer at Woollahra Libraries?
If you love libraries, people or events and are looking for work experience, or simply wish to give back to the community, then we’d like to hear from you!