We are located at 304 Hawthorn Road, Caulfield South, VIC 3162 . Our phone number is 9272 5611.

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Opening Hours

Monday 10am – 5pm
Tuesday 10am – 5pm
Wednesday 10am – 5pm
Thursday 10am – 5pm
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday 2pm – 5pm
Jewish Holidays Closed
Public Holidays Closed



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Upcoming Events

Here is a selection of our upcoming events

Sep 21, 2016

October-November 2016 Closure Times

The library will be closed on the following days: Sunday 2nd October: Erev Rosh Hashana, re-open Wednesday 5th October 10 am. Tuesday 11th October 1pm: Erev Yom Kippur, re-open Thursday 13th October 10am. Sunday 16th October: Erev Succot, re-open Wednesday 19th October 10am. Sunday 23th October: Erev Hoshana Rabba/Simchat Torah, re-open Wednesday 26th October 10am. Tuesday 1st November: Melbourne Cup...

Sep 21, 2016

Little Souls: movement & music for toddlers and kids

Mums and dads, grandparents and friends of 2-5 year olds Bring your little ones to the Lamm Jewish Library of Australia for movement games, original music, dancing and interactive activities to build confidence and have fun. Wednesdays 10.30 – 11 for age 2-3 from 21st September Thursday 4 – 4.45 pm for age 4-5 from 22nd September $15 casual or pre-book with a friend and you pay ONLY $12 each Please RSVP – limited spots available! Phone 03-92725611 Amit Amram Levy studied dancing from a very young age and performed...

Oct 31, 2016

Book Club: The Boy That Never Was

by Karen Perry ‘The Boy That Never Was is that powerful thing, a beautifully written mystery driven by its exploration of the characters’ innermost hearts’ – Tana French Three-year-old Dillon vanished in the middle of the night. His father Harry can’t forgive himself for not protecting his only child. Yet Harry isn’t blamed by his wife Robin: she bares her own secret guilt. Five years later, thousands of miles away, Harry spots an eight-year-old boy in a crowd – a boy he is convinced is Dillon. Desperate to find...