Tomaree Library and Community Centre
Venue Address: 7 Community Close, Salamander Bay
Phone number: 02 4988 0670
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Monday - Wednesday 9.00am - 6.00pm
Thursday 9.00am - 8.00pm
Friday 9.00am - 6.00pm
Saturday 9.00am - 12.00pm
Tomaree Library was established in 2000 and is situated adjacent to the Salamander Bay Shopping Centre. A meeting room, study rooms, an external courtyard and many comfortable chairs and lounges are available for reading and relaxation. The library offers a full range of services including free Internet and Wi-Fi access as well as photocopying, scanning, printing and faxing.
Fax: 02 4982 0930
The Community Centre (TLACC) is a multi-purpose venue housing the Tomaree Library as well as six function/meeting rooms, which can accommodate from 2 to 100 people. In the heart of Salamander, the Centre is surrounded by parking facilities and just a short walk from public transport.
A range of permanent and casual tenants, groups, services and activities operate from the Centre on a regular basis. These include library, recreation and social activities, healthy lifestyle, spiritual, educational, cultural and hobby groups.
Community Facility Use Agreement and Conditions of Hire
To ensure Councils community halls remain in good condition, hirers are asked to sign the Community Facility Use Agreement and abide by the Conditions of Hire. The Community Facility Use Agreement is an arrangement between the hall contact officer.
The following groups and services currently operate from the Tomaree Library and Community Centre.
|Bay Fit Seniors Fitness Classes|
Fellowship of Australian Writers
Functional Training for Older Adults
Kirkwood's Institute of Karate
Mad Monday Quilters
|Mambo – Wanda Wetland Landcare Committee|
Mambo Wetlands Reserve Committee
Mature Age Computer Club
Multi-cultural Social group
Parkinson's Support Group
Port Stephens Survivors of Suicide Support Group
Disability Services Australia Day Options Program
Tomaree Neighbourhood Centre
Port Stephens Historical Society
Port Stephens FM
Tomaree Family History Group Nelson Bay