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Library and Heritage Centre closures this long weekend

Friday 11 March

All our libraries and the Geelong Heritage Centre (Kim barne thaliyu) will be closed on Monday 14 March for the public holiday. 

In addition, due to staff shortages, please note the following: 

  • Geelong West Library will close early at 5pm on Friday 11 March
  • Newcomb Library will close early at 5:30pm on Friday 11 March
  • Geelong Heritage Centre (Kim barne thaliyu) will open on Saturday 12 March
  • Drysdale Library will not open on Saturday 12 March.

Please keep an eye out on our social media and this news item for future changes to opening hours due to COVID-related staff shortages. 

Thank you for your understanding, and we apologise for any inconvenience caused. 

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