Lake Mac Libraries Strategic Plan

This consultation has now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated in the drop-in sessions and provided feedback. The Project Team are currently reviewing all feedback received and a report will be prepared for Council.

The draft Lake Mac Libraries Strategic Business Plan 2019-2024 is a comprehensive proposal that outlines Council's role to develop, invigorate and promote Lake Mac Libraries for our community.

The Strategy details short, medium and long-term actions that aim to mitigate decreasing use in traditional library services and outline steps to introduce new and innovative activities.

We want you to have your say. After reading the draft Strategy, help Shape the future of Lake Mac Libraries by completing the survey or by uploading a submission.

This consultation is open for comment until 24 February.

This consultation has now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated in the drop-in sessions and provided feedback. The Project Team are currently reviewing all feedback received and a report will be prepared for Council.

The draft Lake Mac Libraries Strategic Business Plan 2019-2024 is a comprehensive proposal that outlines Council's role to develop, invigorate and promote Lake Mac Libraries for our community.

The Strategy details short, medium and long-term actions that aim to mitigate decreasing use in traditional library services and outline steps to introduce new and innovative activities.

We want you to have your say. After reading the draft Strategy, help Shape the future of Lake Mac Libraries by completing the survey or by uploading a submission.

This consultation is open for comment until 24 February.

  • Five-year plan outlines major changes for Lake Mac Libraries

    3 months ago
    Jacqui hemsley at speers point library  %28custom%29

    Libraries across Lake Macquarie will be overhauled – and in some cases relocated – over the next five years to reflect the changing needs of the community.

    A draft Five-Year Strategic/Business Plan on public exhibition from today calls for Lake Mac Libraries to embrace technology and transform into more active multi-use community facilities, incorporating digital hubs, workshop areas, museum and exhibition spaces.


    Libraries across Lake Macquarie will be overhauled – and in some cases relocated – over the next five years to reflect the changing needs of the community.

    A draft Five-Year Strategic/Business Plan on public exhibition from today calls for Lake Mac Libraries to embrace technology and transform into more active multi-use community facilities, incorporating digital hubs, workshop areas, museum and exhibition spaces.