Gonville Cafe Library Whanganui

Gonville Café Library Whanganui

Free wifi and a great coffee!

w hat’s better than being in a library? Being in a library where you can get a great coffee!

And that’s what the Gonville Café Library provides. You can browse the collection or read the newspaper and not only enjoy a coffee but something to eat as well. A real community library. Free Internet is provided through the Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa, with both desktop pcs and free wireless available.

Other Libraries hours:

• The Whanganui District Library at Queens Park. Opening hours: Mon, Thurs, Fri – 09:30am – 8:00pm; Tue, Wed – 09:30am – 6:00pm; Saturday – 10:00am – 5:00pm; Sunday – 10:00am – 3:00pm. Phone +64 6 349 1000.
• The Alexander Heritage and Research Library (where the nationally-renowned Wanganui Collection is housed, along with the Lovegrove Military Archive) – located in Queens Park. Opening hours: Mon – Fri – 1:00 – 5:00 pm. Closed Saturday and Sunday.
The Mobile Library, serving schools, rest homes, suburban and rural communities is on the road for more than 40 hours weekly, with more than 30 scheduled stops.
• The Suzanne Aubert Library at St Joseph’s Church, Jerusalem. It is open on request at the Convent. Phone +64 6 342 8190. Email: old.convent@compassion.org.nz

Gonville Café Library Whanganui

  • Truly Communal

    Browse the collections, read a newspaper and have something to eat!

  • Free Internet

    Free internet is provided with both desktop pcs and wireless options available as well.

  • Other Libraries

    Whanganui libraries have a vast repository of information-check out the rest of the Libraries in town!

  • Still curious?

    Check out our range of brochures, itineraries and other info on this and many other things to do in Whanganui! Click here!

44 Abbot Street

Monday – Friday:
9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday :
10:00am – 2:00pm

Closed on Sunday

(06) 3445872
Parking Available, Cafe, Toilets, Wifi Available, Disabled Access, Family Friendly

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