Brighton Library14 Wilson Street, Brighton, Victoria, 3186.
Built in 1959 Brighton Library is part of the Brighton Municipal Offices in Boxshall Street. Brighton Library holds the Bayside Local History collection and offers spaces for studying, events and relaxing. Building is of architectural importance as an expression of the influence in Australia of the work of internationally renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Wheelchair accessible via ramp at the front of the building, accessible toilets.
Brighton Library is located halfway between North Brighton and Middle Brighton transit stations. The library is just a short walk from either. The following bus routes stop near Brighton Library: 626 Middle Brighton – Chadstone via McKinnon & Carnegie; 811 Dandenong – Brighton via Heatherton Road & Springvale.