Our Book Clubs meet bimonthly. We offer an Australian Fiction, a Non-Fiction, Crime Fiction and Travel Writing Book Clubs. Book Club members receive a 10% discount on the monthly book.
We have one air-conditioned meeting room available for hire on a casual basis. The room seats up to 15 depending on seating and table configuration. Data projector is available.
If you are looking for a particular book that you cannot find on our website please send us a query with as much (or as little) information as you have on the book and we will advise you price and availability by email. Contact
Category: Mind Body Spirit
A beautiful, intimate and inspiring investigation into how we can find and nurture within ourselves that essential quality of internal happiness - the 'light within' that Julia Baird calls 'phosphorescence' - which will sustain us even through the darkest times. Over the last decade, we have become bet ...Show more
not in Aus, matebad things don't happen here our beaches are open they are not places where bloodied mattresses burn 'Throat' is the explosive second poetry collection from award-winning Mununjali Yugambeh writer Ellen van Neerven. Exploring love, language and land, van Neerven flexes their distin ...Show more
Category: Natural History
A work of bright and careful genius. Equal parts Rebecca Solnit and Annie Dillard, Giggs masterfully combines lush prose with conscientious history and boots-on-the-beach reporting. With Giggs leading us gently by the hand we dive down, and down, and down, into the dark core of the whale, which, she con ...Show more
Category: Middle Readers
Perfectly pitched standalone middle grade fantasy - exciting, intriguing and thoroughly satisfying. In a strange mansion miles from anywhere, an orphan named Almanac and a twelfth daughter named Etta find themselves working - and bickering - side by side in the largely deserted rooms. But soon they re ...Show more
Category: Historical Fiction
Before there was Catherine the Great, there was Catherine Alexeyevna: the first woman to rule Russia in her own right. This rich, sweeping first-person narrative is the story of her rise to power. St. Petersburg, 1725. Peter the Great lies dying in his magnificent Winter Palace. The weakness and treach ...Show more
Category: Australian Fiction
'I am absolutely terrified of losing a job I absolutely hate.' Stephen Maserov has problems. A onetime teacher, married to fellow teacher Eleanor, he has retrained and is now a second-year lawyer working at mega-firm Freely Savage Carter Blanche. Despite toiling around the clock to make budget, he's in ...Show more