Sugar Valley Library Museum

  • Project typeCultural Facility
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Council is proposing to construct a new library museum next to the newly opened Cameron Park Plaza, on the corner of Northridge Drive and Portland Drive, Cameron Park.

The Sugary Valley Library Museum will provide an engaging, innovative space at the forefront of public libraries in the region. The ultimate aim is to deliver an enhanced library experience in northern Lake Macquarie where people can come together to learn, create and connect.

Key features

The new cultural facility will feature a range of spaces including:

  • meeting and gathering
  • events and activation
  • programming
  • library and collections
  • museum collection storage and exhibition are

Sugar Valley Library Museum

Artist impression of the Sugary Valley Library Museum at Cameron Park


Museum entry - Sugar Valley Library Museum

Artist impression of the museum entry at the Sugar Valley Library Museum


When will the work occur?

The development application for the Sugar Valley Library Museum was approved in July 2021. Council expects to call for tenders to construct the new cultural facility in late 2021 with construction is expected to start in early 2022.

Edgeworth Library will remain open until the new cultural facility is operational. Once construction is complete, library services at Edgeworth will relocate to the new building.

Community consultation

In December 2020, we asked the community to provide feedback on how they could use the spaces proposed in the Sugar Valley Library Museum.

Download the engagement summary(PDF, 565KB)

Contact details

Major Creative Projects Innovation Coordinator Jo Smith
02 4921 0333


Northridge Drive, Cameron Park 2285  View in Google Maps

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