The HJ Daley Library offers a diverse range of services including regular preschool story times, reference and information services, Local Studies and Family History.
HJ Daley Library has an 80 person limit in place
In line with the latest COVID-19 restrictions from the NSW Government, face masks will need to be worn by staff and visitors attending our libraries:
- 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
- You will be required to check in each time you attend our libraries using the Service NSW app
- Borrowing and returning books is now available and you can also use our computers by making a booking
- If you are experiencing any cold or flu-like symptoms, please stay home and get tested
- Search for your nearest COVID-19 testing centre on the NSW Government website.
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.
Find out more about accessing library services and resources during this time by reading our:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Did you know? Established in 1991, this library is named in honour of Harley James Daley who served as Campbelltown's Town Clerk for a whopping 41 years.
Located in the centre of Campbelltown, directly opposite Koshigaya park, the library is recognised as a key meeting place that offers a range of programs to connect, create and learn.
Things to do
Single level access for entry and exit to the library, accessible baby change room and toilet, recharge points for wheelchairs and accessible parking.