Mill Park Library

  • Phone: (03) 9437 8189
  • Address:
    Mill Park Library
    394 Plenty Road
    Mill Park, Melbourne, VIC 3082
  • Rating:
    9/10

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The Mill Park Library is the most exciting and innovative library in Victoria. Visually stunning, it is the first to be designed on the concept of a hybrid digital/print library.It has been built by the City of Whittlesea, and is managed by the Yarra Plenty Regional Library.


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My Contemporary Art Book - NGV Triennial Kids Publication

16th January

To coincide with the NGV Triennial, this richly illustrated children’s publication is packed with stories of artist’s childhoods, interesting facts about...

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Everybody Draw – Portraiture Workshop

16th January

Did you know that in addition to your fingerprints, your tongue prints are also completely unique? That’s not all that’s special about you – we are all...

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Everybody Play - Board game for 2 to 4 players

16th January

Test yourself, your friends, and your family when you play this fun game about every body. Shake a leg, listen up and get ready to answer silly and...

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Send a Message! Collage Workshop inspired by Fiona Hall

16th January

Australian artist Fiona Hall’s artworks comment on some of the most important issues of our time. Today, as we communicate frequently through technology,...

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Who Lives Here? Collage Workshop Inspired By Fiona Hall

16th January

Uneasy Seasons reflects Australian artist Fiona Hall’s lifelong passion for the natural world and her concerns about growing pressures on the environment....

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Nonsense - Exquisite Corpse drawing challenge by Olga Chernysheva

16th January

NGV Triennial artist Olga Chernysheva, likes to draw everything she sees around her – especially in the city of Moscow where she lives. When Olga was...

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Whittlesea Historical Ghost Tour

31st October

Visit sites and hear stories of the paranormal. Find out what secrets lie hidden. In partnership Whittlesea Cultural Heritage Program.

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