Located on the edge of Hyde Park in New South Wales, the library has some precious books in its collection since the British colonies, as well as modern and contemporary books. It is more open to the outside world than we are. Even those of us who come from abroad can access books only by means of passports. It's electronic, of course.
The advantage of walking freely is to stroll around at will and look at whatever interests you encounter. The building in front of you looks magnificent. When you come closer to the New South Wales State Library, you can have a free one-hour lecture. Considering that English is too sloppy, you'd better take a look at it and feel it for yourself. There are quite a lot of people who study by themselves. The three top walls of books feel very comfortable, especially the top of which is made of glass windows. In such fine weather as today, there is no need to turn on the light at all.
I didn't go to this place until the last weekend of Syd. I regret not coming earlier. It's much quieter here than the Vic State Library in Melbourne - don't laugh at Syd's lack of culture. But the internal facilities are not weak at all, or there are many super photo exhibitions and so on.
Sydney New South Wales State Library is not far from the Royal Botanical Garden. It is a magnificent building with beautiful stained glass. The first floor is a reading room with three-storey bookshelves and high walls. There are galleries upstairs, and the collection is quite rich. In a word, this is a place where both appearance and interior are domineering.
On the way to Hyde Park, it has a classical appearance and goes in by the way. Ancient buildings with a sense of history, magnificent but without losing the atmosphere of learning. It's very big, many tables and chairs for the citizens to study by themselves. There are many people here. The atmosphere of reading and studying is very quiet, which makes people reluctant to disturb.
A large public library is located at the corner of Macaulay Avenue and Shakespeare Square in Sydney, opposite the Royal Botanical Garden in Sydney. The building has a yellow sandstone structure with a striking State Library NSW logo and a military statue (the eighth governor) on the right. The reading hall is quiet and students are studying tirelessly. We just take a look and walk by. Stay in the library cafe, have a cup of coffee and dally with the internet. Sometimes shelter from rain here.
The New South Wales Library is Sydney's largest library, just opposite the Royal Botanical Garden and next to Martin Square. The exterior of the library building is magnificent, the interior space is spacious and bright, and the collection of books is rich. Access to the library does not require any documentation and is completely free of charge. When I went there, I saw that there were not many readers in the reading room, so I sat down and enjoyed the free WiFi provided by the library. To tell you the truth, I'm a little jealous of Sydney residents having such a good place to read books.