Toronto Library, tirrabiyangba
Overlooking spectacular lake views, Toronto Library is one of our largest libraries. Light and airy, there is a huge space to study or relax, providing a place for people to meet, share and be inspired.
The children’s area has recently been updated, with eye catching vibrant artwork. An exhibition space is available for emerging and community artists and groups, schools and cultural organisations to present painting, prints, drawings and photographs or small sculptures. There are two meeting rooms available for hire.
Convenient parking is available in the complex.
Toronto Library offers two meetings rooms. The smaller room has wonderful lake views and caters for up to 30 people. The larger room caters for up to 70 people and has six computers suitable for small group training. Also available are a 65-inch smart TV, data projector and a multimedia screen.
About Toronto Library, tirrabiyangba
The word tirrabiyangba means “father's tooth place” in Awabakal and refers to the traditional name of the Toronto area. tirrabiyangba is also the cultural name given to Toronto Library.
You can listen to the cultural name of the venue in the player below.
Dhumaan ngayin ngarrakalu kirraanan barayidin
We remember and respect the Ancestors who cared for and nurtured this Country.
Ngarrakalumba yuludaka bibayilin barayida baaduka
It is in their footsteps that we travel these lands and waters.
Lake Macquarie City Council dhumaan Awabakala ngarrakal yalawaa, yalawan, yalawanan
Lake Macquarie City Council acknowledges the Awabakal people and Elders past, present and future.
Cultural information provided by Miromaa Aboriginal Language and Technology Centre.
Corner Brighton Avenue and Pemell Street, Toronto 2283 View in Google Maps