COVID-19 update:

We have entered the second step of the Victorian Roadmap. Find out how eased restrictions have impacted our services.

Carnegie Library and Community Centre forecourt and play space

Just borrowed a book from the Library? The Carnegie Library and Community Centre forecourt and play space is the ideal spot for reading, relaxing or socialising.

Features

  • Dogs – on leash

  • Playground

  • Seating

How is COVID-19 impacting our parks?

Our parks and open space remain open.


Five people from a maximum of two households can meet outdoors (infants under 12 months of age are not included in the cap) for a maximum of two hours for exercise or social interaction outside your home, as long as neither of you travel more than five kilometres from your home. Always remember to wear a face covering and practise social distancing.


To find out how the Victorian Government Stay at Home Stage 4 restrictions has impacted our facilities visit our Parks and playgrounds — Stage 4 restrictions page​.


UPDATED 28 SEPTEMBER 2020

Playground

Visit the library forecourt, featuring an open square with jacaranda trees and raised seating for small community events and performances. Bring the kids - it provides a play space for visitors to the Carnegie shopping strip, which includes engaging visual and auditory challenges (for children).

With our visual displays, your kids can climb, play, and learn sign language. A glow worm lights up at night and bookworms provide auditory and sensory cues.

Free Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi is available in the forecourt and library foyer.

Dog leash information

Carnegie Library and Community Centre forecourt and play space is an on-leash area which means you must keep your dog on leash at all times. 

Learn more about dog walking in Glen Eira