Cheltenham Library

Cheltenham-Library.jpg Located close to the shops and a pocket park with a playground, Cheltenham Library is one of our largest and busiest branches. With plenty of events and programs, the vibrant spaces encourage people to meet, acquire knowledge and share experiences.


12 Stanley Avenue, Cheltenham 3192  View Map

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General information

Public transport

You can travel to Cheltenham Library by train or bus.


Catch the Frankston Line to Cheltenham Station.


708: Hampton – Carrum
811/812: Dandenong – Brighton
825: Moorabbin – Southland via Mentone
828: Hampton – Berwick via Southland
600/922/923: St Kilda – Southland

Get public transport directions via Google Maps.


There are 26 parking spaces available at Cheltenham Library. These 2-hour spaces can be accessed via Stanley Avenue.

Street parking is also available on Stanley Avenue.

Disabled Parking/Accessible Parking

3 accessible parking spaces are available in the Cheltenham Library car park. These are located near the ramp entrance to the building.

Return chute

Returns can be made to Cheltenham Library anytime of the day, using one of the external return chutes. These are located to the left of the Cheltenham Library building entrance.

Social Story

Kingston Libraries – Going to the library(PDF, 3MB) is a story to help people get ready to visit the library. This story is for people of all ages. It shows the steps to visiting the library, and what to expect when you are there.

For your health and safety, please note the following.

By entering a Kingston Libraries building, you agree to:

  • follow staff direction and signage at all times
  • not obstruct, hinder or interfere with any member of Council staff in the performance of their duties
  • behave in a manner which is not boisterous or harmful, or which interferes with the quiet enjoyment of any person
  • act in any way that does not endanger any person
  • not bring any animal into a Council building or allow any animal under an individual's control to remain in a Council building (unless it is an assistance animal)
  • refrain from using indecent, insulting, offensive or abusive language
  • ensure all children under the age of 10 years old are in the care of a responsible adult when in a Council building
  • not destroy, damage, write upon or interfere with any structure or any Council property contained within this building
  • place rubbish in the bins provided
  • not leave valuables unattended in the library. It is recommended that customers utilise the lockers where provided. Kingston Libraries do not accept any responsibility for any loss or damage to belongings whilst on the premises.

For more information about Kingston's Local Laws and Conditions of Entry for Council buildings, please visit