Join us for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea!

Library & Information Week coincides with Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea again this year, which is a great excuse to get involved and have a cuppa … please come along, help us celebrate Library & Information Week and get together for a great cause!

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Date: Thursday 26 May 2016

Cost:  Gold Coin Donation for the Cancer Council.

Belmont Campus Library

10.30-11.30 am

Main Library, Block E

Wyong Campus Library

10.00 -11.00 am

Flexible Delivery Centre J.1.6


You can also donate or leave a message of support on the secure fundraising page for Belmont or WyongThanks for your support!


What’s Your Favourite Read?

Last week Australian libraries celebrated Library and Information Week. As a part of the celebrations the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) surveyed public libraries to find out what readers loved to borrow most.  The results were interesting.  There was a good mixture of Australian and international titles being borrowed by library patrons.  The top-ten lists for the categories surveyed are available on ALIA’s webpage by clicking here.

Muswellbrook Campus Librarian Mitch White with the top read - Lee Child's "Never Go Back"

Muswellbrook Campus Librarian Mitch White with the top read – Lee Child’s “Never Go Back”

The most borrowed adult fiction book was Lee Child’s Never Go Back from the Jack Reacher series of novels. In other categories:

Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals by Jamie Oliver topped the adult non-fiction list.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney led the children’s book list.

The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins was at the top of the young adult fiction list.

So check out the list – did your favourite feature here?

Library & Information Week meets Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Library and Information Week

This year Wyong and Belmont Campus Libraries will be celebrating Library and Information Week (25- 31 May) by hosting a morning tea to support the Cancer Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

Wyong  Campus Library: Flexible Learning Centre, Wednesday 27th May 10.00am-11.00am. We will be providing cake and a cuppa and asking for a gold coin donation, which will go to the Cancer Council. We also have a fundraising page where supporters can donate and leave a message of support here.

Belmont Campus Library: Seminar Room, Thursday 28th May 10:30am-11am. Please bring along a cake or snacks to go with tea and coffee.  We’d love everyone to come along, have a cuppa, and contribute to this worthy charity!