Overview

Library Council of New South Wales is a locally owned government body that derives its revenue from the provision of library related services such as admissions and subscriptions. The organisation employs approximately 310 people, operates in Australia, and is administered from its head office in Sydney, NSW.

State Library provides the following services to the public:

  • Provide general public library related services
  • Collect, preserve and make accessible the documentary heritage of New South Wales
  • Provide exhibitions and display programs from its collections

 

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