If traveling and reading happen to be two of your biggest passion, you probably enjoy discovering beautiful libraries in each new city you visit. Sydney has quite a few in store, and here are three you shouldn’t miss while exploring Australia’s biggest city.
State Library of New South Wales
If you’re a huge fan of classic architecture, the State Library of New South Wales will win you over with its Ionic columns, bronze doors, and stone inscriptions. The real magic happens when you step inside and discover the impressive collection of Australia’s oldest library.
Woollahra Library at Double Bay features three levels covered with books of all different genres, but that’s not the only reason why you should consider checking it out. Its interior is filled with greenery, and it offers a truly relaxing atmosphere for passionate readers.
Green Square Library
Another library in Sydney that will win you over with its picture-perfect nature, Green Square Library is as Instagram-friendly as it gets. It’s popular for its colorful reading room with books in all the colors of the rainbow, but interesting interior design elements are scattered all around it.