Save the Children is the largest aid and development agency dedicated to helping vulnerable children in Western Australia and overseas.
To raise vital funds for Save the Children, the annual University of Western Australia Book Sale will be held under the clock tower from 14th to 19th August. Entry is free.
Thousands of preloved books of exceptional quality have been generously donated and will be available for sale at reasonable prices.
Rare and valuable
Folio Society Editions
Fiction: hardback, softback, classic, prize-winning and speculative
Mind, body and spirit
Food and wine
Ephemera, postcards, bookmarks etc.
Complementing the large range of books is a selection of sheet music, CDS, DVDs and LPs.
With 70% of the funds raised going to Save the Children programs in Western Australia, this is a great way to grab a bargain and help the local community.
All are welcome to attend the Winter Book Sale at University of Western Australia. Add to your book collection, find some great reads and purchase unique gifts for loved ones.
EFTPOS is available for purchases.
Please note this event will implement a COVID Safety Plan including:
Where does Save the Children Australia work?
Save the Children Australia works in more than 117 countries around the world. Save the Children Australia manages and implements programs that assist children in countries around the world. They directly deliver programs in the Pacific region and support children and families in our own community, running programs in 197 community locations across Australia.