Unit 2, 1 - 3 Lawry Place, Macquarie ACT 2614, AustraliaPhone: 02 62515191
Lawry Place is approximately 10kms from Canberra city, and is adjacent to the Jamison Centre in suburban Belconnen. Buses run from Civic and Belconnen to Jamison and we are within a very short walk from Jamison.
Free parking is available just outside the door.
Our hours can be found in the side bar of the home page. Usually we are open 5 days a week - Tuesday - Saturday and quite often on Mondays too, but on occasion our hours vary if we are away at a book fair for example. Please contact us or phone us on 02 62515191 if you are coming especially to see us to be sure we are here, otherwise just drop in and if we are here you are welcome. Please check the front page of our website for hours in the coming week.
Come in and browse our shelves
Tuesday - Friday: 10:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday & Monday closed but appointments are available on Mondays
Flat rate postage within Australia
Asia Bookroom charges a flat rate postage of $9.90 per parcel to any address in Australia.
For overseas customers we charge postage at cost which is generally considerably cheaper than post office rates as we pass on the discount we receive from Australia Post.
Personal Virtual Visits to Asia Bookroom
Would you like to "visit" Asia Bookroom but don't live near us? With conferencing software we can now offer virtual tours of Asia Bookroom concentrating on areas of particular interest to you. Click here to request a meeting
Outstanding Result for Nepalese Teacher & School
Many thanks to all our customers who contributed to raising the money for the 2023 salary of Nepalese teacher Aruna Kulung. In total well over 100 of us raised the amount of AU$18,051.50. As our target was to raise AU$7000 for Aruna's salary, thanks to your generosity we are able to help more than just one teacher and her students! The additional AU$11,051.50 will be used to fund Classrooms in the Clouds' (the charity running this programme) wider teacher training programme and provide additional classroom resources. With this extra money, CITC intend to expand the concept of class libraries, within their supported schools, to create "mini-libraries" that will operate alongside the main school libraries, making books even more prominent and accessible to the children. Thank you for making this possible!