Sugar Valley Library Museum

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Consultation has concluded

The engagement summary for this project is now available to view.

Located adjacent to Cameron Park Plaza, Sugar Valley Library Museum will be at the forefront of public libraries in the region and feature a museum collection showcasing local history.

Community input will help us finalise the concept designs for Sugar Valley Library Museum and help shape future programming.

The ultimate aim is to deliver an enhanced library experience based at Cameron Park where people of all ages can come together to learn, create and connect.

It will also be home to Edgeworth Library services and collections, which will relocate to the new facility when operational in late 2022 /early 2023.

For more information about this project, please refer to the FAQs. You can also ask the Project Team a question at the bottom of this page.


Feedback closed on Tuesday 8 December - thank you to everyone who participated.



The engagement summary for this project is now available to view.

Located adjacent to Cameron Park Plaza, Sugar Valley Library Museum will be at the forefront of public libraries in the region and feature a museum collection showcasing local history.

Community input will help us finalise the concept designs for Sugar Valley Library Museum and help shape future programming.

The ultimate aim is to deliver an enhanced library experience based at Cameron Park where people of all ages can come together to learn, create and connect.

It will also be home to Edgeworth Library services and collections, which will relocate to the new facility when operational in late 2022 /early 2023.

For more information about this project, please refer to the FAQs. You can also ask the Project Team a question at the bottom of this page.


Feedback closed on Tuesday 8 December - thank you to everyone who participated.



CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

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Otherwise - visit us at one of our pop-up information sessions between 24 - 26 November.

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    Do the areas shown with pull-out drawers throughout the building allow access and floor width for wheelchair patrons? There does not appear to be enough space allocated for computer usage throughout the building. Family history research patrons require privacy when discussing their family history research. Is there enough room for the family history volunteers to move freely from computers to drawers/cupboards containing resource material? Why place the family history hub close to where the children's area is?

    geniebuddies asked 11 months ago

    Thank you for your questions.

    All spaces within the building are compliant to regulations regarding wheel chair access.

    The design presented is a concept and we value all feedback received as it helps us to further develop the plan. As part of this concept we are investigating 4-6 public access PCs in the Sugar Valley Library Museum, as well as a number of bring your own device areas. This will include facilities and databases for family history research. The layout of the family history area will continue to be developed to ensure that all required resources can be accessed. 

    We are further investigating the placement of the children’s space to ensure it is suitable for other patrons. 

    Kind regards, 

    The Project Team

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    Does the facility include closed spaces where local groups can gather without disturbing or being disturbed by other patrons?

    GeniAus asked 11 months ago

    The design includes a bookable meeting/conference space for community groups to use for their meetups and events.

    Kind regards, 

    The Project Team

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    Will there be a dedicated space for Family History Groups and enthusuasts to meet in the new facility

    GeniAus asked 11 months ago

    Yes, we are working to include a family history hub at the front of the museum space that will include computer access, family history resources and space for research and viewing material. Any feedback on what else should be included in this space is welcomed!

    Kind regards, The Project Team

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    Where would this be located

    Binoe asked 11 months ago

    The new facility will be located at the corner of Portland and Northridge Drive, Cameron Park. This is adjacent to Cameron Park Plaza.