Overview

Library Council of New South Wales is a state government body engaged in the provision of information services, and the collection and preservation of Australia's heritage. The library employs approximately 300 full-time equivalent staff and is administered from its head office in Sydney.

Library Council of New South Wales provides the following services:

  • Provides general public library related services.
  • Operates events such as workshops or presentations.
  • Operates exhibitions and display programs from its collections.
  • Offers programs and resources for students studying their HSC.
  • Provides indigenous services.
  • Collects, preserves and makes accessible the documentary heritage of New South Wales.

 

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