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Study rooms

Opening hours

People working inside glass walled study rooms

We have five study rooms that are available to book for individual and group study. The study rooms contain a table, four or six chairs and power points to charge your devices. Study rooms 1, 2, 3 and 4 on Lower Ground 2 have a whiteboard. There's no other equipment in the rooms.

It’s free to book a study room, you just need a Library card. You can book a study room online or use the 'Book a study room' computer opposite study room 1.

You can book a study room for:

  • up to 2 hours per day
  • up to 2 weeks in advance.

Book a study room

Things to know when you visit

  • Food and drinks including bottled water are not allowed in the study rooms.
  • You can bring in a small bag if it's no larger than 30 × 35 × 30 cm when at full size. If your bag is larger than this, you will need to store the bag in a locker. Lockers are $1 for 0-4 hours.
  • You may be able to take your laptop bag into the study room if it’s larger than 30 × 35 × 30 cm. Security will need to approve the bag. See staff at the reading room entrance.


The study rooms are on Lower Ground 1 and 2 in the Governor Marie Bashir Reading Room.