Cnr Kiewa and Swift Streets, Albury
T: (02) 6023 8333

Opened in 2007, the LibraryMuseum has been a game changer for the Albury.

It has won multiple national awards for architecture and has been widely recognised for its success in attracting community users and other visitors. Today, the LibraryMuseum has around 220,000 visitors a year.

It brings together state-of-the-art technology, reading and research facilities, heritage and interactive exhibitions - all for free.

Information and research services

  • Extensive local and family history collections, including the Border Mail and other local papers on microfilm
  • Extended research service (fees apply)
  • Specialist art, legal and health collections
  • Online community guide

Educational and public programs

  • Guided tours of the buildings and exhibitions
  • School services
  • Storytelling and activity sessions
  • Research skills training
  • Curriculum-linked education programs
  • Book clubs
  • Book and author talks
  • Local history talks
  • Write around the Murray Festival


  • Free internet access for an hour per day and free wi-fi for wireless enabled laptops.
  • Computers available with internet access and Microsoft Office
  • Scanners
  • Kidspace computers with filtering software
  • Wide range of online databases and family and historical archives on CD-ROM
  • Printing and photocopying (charges apply)
  • Microfilm and microfiche readers/printers at the Library Museum with access to the library's Border Mail on microfilm archive
  • CD listening stations at the LibraryMuseum
  • Opening hours 
    • Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
     10.00am - 7.00pm
    • Tuesday and Friday 
    10.00am - 5.00pm
    • Saturday
    10.00am - 4.00pm
    • Sunday 
    12.00pm - 4.00pm