Located in the heart of North Fitzroy, this extraordinary 6-star Green rated community facility offers a range of services and activities for people of all ages, within a state-of-the-art building. Housing a public library, gallery, Maternal Child Health Services, council customer service and an amazing rooftop garden, Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library offers a range of programs and services to stimulate lifelong learning and creativity for adults, young people and children alike.
Bargoonga Nganjin means ‘Gather Everybody’ in Woiwurrung, the language of the Wurundjeri people.
The entrances on St Georges Road and on Best Street are at street level, with no steps, and automatic sliding doors.
There is lift access to all three levels of the building. There is a Changing Spaces room on level 1, and accessible toilets.
Tram number 11 to Preston stops nearest Bargoonga Nganjin at 'Alfred Crescent' moving in either direction. The 504 Bus has a stop near Reid Street and St Georges Road moving in either direction. For those who my be driving, there is limited street side parking on Best Street as well as on St Georges Road. These spaces are for 1 or 2 hours only. Around Edinburgh Gardens there is more (still limited) parking nearby. Bike racks are available to lock bikes on the Best Street side of the library.