Address: Corner Blackwall Road and Oval Avenue, Woy Woy
Phone: (02) 4304 7555
Monday to Friday: 9.30am – 5.00pm
Saturday: 9.30am - 12.30pm
Sunday: 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Please note: all libraries are closed on public holidays.
There is a bus stop at the front of the library, and Woy Woy train station, which services trains from Sydney and Newcastle, is within 500 metres of the library.
To find out more about public transport options to this library, visit Transport NSW.
One hour parking is available at the rear of the Library building. An accessible parking space is provided.
Limited parking is also available in council’s carparks and the Peninsula Plaza carpark. There is limited street parking.
The library has a ramp at the front of the building.
Public toilets, an accessible toilet and baby changing room are available within the building.
The library was originally built in 1931 to function as the Woy Woy Council Chambers. The architectural style is Interwar Georgian Revival and the library is a heritage-listed building.
In August 1948, Woy Woy library branch started operations in one room of the building. It is the oldest branch library in the Gosford library system.
On 23 November 2002, Mayor Robert Bell reopened the library building after it underwent a major extension and refurbishment.
- Local area collection covering Woy Woy history.
- Graphic novel collection.
- Council office located in the library building.
- Public internet computers are available, with word processing software installed.
- A relaxed and happy atmosphere with a wide selection of books and audio-visual items.
- Storytimes held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10.30am - 11.30am (except during the Christmas holiday period).
- JP service available every Thursday between 10am and 1pm.