Greg Percival Library, Ingleburn has a huge range of books, CDs, DVDs, computers and study spaces. We provide online resources on our website including ebooks, databases and online tutoring programs.
Greg Percival Library has a 40 person limit in place
While visiting the library please continue to maintain 1.5m physical distance from all people including staff and follow the library signage along with staff directions.
Borrowing and returning books is now available and you can also use our computers by making a booking.
Be sure to keep an eye on our website and like our Campbelltown City Library Facebook page as we are continuing to plan for future events and we hope to have some exciting events to share with you in early 2021.
Find out more about accessing library services and resources during this time.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Named after Harold Gregory (Greg) Percival a former Mayor of Campbelltown, Greg Percival Library is located centrally in the Ingleburn CBD and conveniently near bus and train routes. From humble beginnings in a former Ingleburn RSL building to it's current modern incarnation, opening on the 7th March 2009.
Things to do
Single level access for entry and exit to the library, lift to the mezzanine level, accessible baby change room and toilet, recharge points for wheelchairs and accessible parking.