Gerringong Library is a branch of Kiama Library, open every Tuesday morning (9.30 am - 12.30 pm), and Thursday (9.30 am -12.30 pm and 1.30-4.30 pm).
Members are welcome to return their Kiama items at Gerringong, and vice versa. We are also able to send items from Kiama to Gerringong for collection on request, free of charge.
Other services and resources include:
- A computer and a laptop for public use.
- Free Wifi in and around the library, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm Monday to Friday, and Saturday 9:30 am - 2 pm.
- A standing Wifi bench with power outlets in the Town Hall foyer.
- A printer, photocopier and scanner.
- A desk for reading and studying.
- The Kiama Independent, Bugle and Gerringong Whispers.
And don't forget to visit our street library outside the Gerringong Town Hall, where we have a variety of books available for adults and children that you can access any time.
Gerringong Library runs a story time program for toddlers and preschool-age children on the first Thursday of every month. This is held between 10.30am and 11.15am, and includes themed songs, rhymes, craft and, of course, lots of stories. There is no need to book, just come along and join in the fun!
History of Gerringong Library
Find out more about the history of Gerringong Library here.
Gerringong Library is located in the front rooms of the Gerringong Town Hall, 106 Fern St, Gerringong NSW 2534.
New library project - GLaM
With Gerringong’s increasing population, Kiama Council has recognised the need to expand the library service in Gerringong.
The new building on Blackwood Street will be a combination library, museum (with the Gerringong and District Historical Society), display space and community meeting rooms. Constructed on the site of the current School of Arts building, the new plan incorporates the existing heritage-listed elements into a multi-focus community space that will be known as the Gerringong Library and Museum (GLaM).
We anticipate construction will start soon and be completed by mid-2020. Find out more about our floor plan and how we hope to use the expanded space here.
See the Council website for more details and for the latest updates on the GLaM project.