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The Library at The Dock

107 Victoria Harbour Promenade
Docklands
Vic 3008


The Library at The Dock is a community hub enabling people to come together to create,
explore, connect, belong, learn and participate. 
This library offers a collection to suit the needs
of the local community, workers and visitors to Docklands. 

Opening hours

Library at The Dock has long opening hours so you can browse, borrow or relax with one of our many events. Come in and check us out! 
Monday to Friday8am to 7pm 
 Saturday10am to 5pm
 Sunday12pm to 5pm

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