You turn into Jarlo Drive at the intersection of Hutchinson Street and Melba Avenue and you are almost in a different world as you pass through a large expanse of grass before reaching the complex of buildings.
Glancing to the left you will notice an unusual stone sculpture. That is our destination but from the other side. Following the signs to the library, you arrive at a large car park and proceed to the café.
The large grounds and the numerous trees are of a great benefit to the local birdlife. During my many visits, to the café and library, noisy miners are the most numerous avian species. Kids will love their noisy antics while flitting through the trees.