Alumni Bookshop

Alumni Bookshop

The Alumni Bookshop sells a diverse range of quality secondhand books at very reasonable prices, including textbooks, fiction and non-fiction. Book donations can be made during opening hours.

It is run by alumni volunteers from the Campus Chapter and all proceeds fund UOW student scholarships and prizes.

Follow them on Facebook: facebook.com/uowusedbooks

Opening Hours

As the Bookshop is run by alumni volunteers, it has limited opening hours.

It is open during session (February to November) from 10.30am - 2.30pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.

LOCATION

Cottage 119
Northfields Avenue
Gwynneville, NSW 2522

It is directly opposite the UniCentre entrance of UOW and parking is available at the rear of the Bookshop via Madoline Street.

Volunteer at the Alumni Bookshop

To volunteer to work at the Bookshop or for more information about donating books, phone +61 2 4221 5977 during opening hours or contact the Alumni Relations Office on +61 2 4221 3169 or email alumni@uow.edu.au

Last reviewed: 21 August, 2014

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