Libraries are the lifeblood of a community. They offer safety and inclusivity, along with access to resources and opportunities to improve literacy skills and foster cultural connections. They are diverse, well-loved places which allow the community to come together and share knowledge, experience and social time.  

For members involved with libraries, finding the necessary elements to set up and maintain a public library, learning centre or office can be challenging. Our Library Collections, Furniture, Equipment and Associated Requirements contract has you covered. We work with over 50 suppliers in 15 categories to help our members service a wide range of needs. Whether you’re looking for a library management system, cosy reading chairs and service desks, or an entire catalogue, we offer a range of solutions in one convenient place.

The Procurement Australia team is here to help you find the best aggregated price for all your library requirements. Find out how we can help meet your organisation’s needs.

What is Procurement Australia's Library Collections Contract?

Procurement Australia has decades of experience helping members set up and maintain libraries and learning centres. With millions of visitors through their doors every year, libraries are critical places to help foster literacy, support culture and creativity, and create healthy communities.  

Our Library Collections Contract includes an extensive list of accredited and awarded suppliers offering the most accessible and competitively-priced goods, helping you save both time and money. The contract features:

Library Buying Season value Prop 1 (1)
Library Buying Season Value Prop 3 (1)
Library Busing Season 2023 value Prop 2 (1)
Library Buying season Value Prop 4 (1)

We are also prescribed under the NSW (S55) Local Government Act, eliminating the need to go out to tender. This means you can efficiently select any offering under the contract safe in the knowledge that you’re receiving the best possible deal for your organisation.

How our Library Collections Contract works

Procurement Australia’s Library Collections Contract is designed to streamline the entire library procurement process for council, corporate and education-focused members from product research through to digital solution advice.

Contract features

  • Expert advice throughout the life of the contract

  • Wide range of available products covering all library needs, from printed resources through to furniture

  • Delivery of different learning modes e.g. CD’s & DVD’s

  • Ongoing service and maintenance

  • Tailored products and services to suit your needs

Who this contract is for

  • Public libraries, schools, kindergartens

  • Corporate libraries, learning and professional development centres

  • Childcare libraries, learning and development centres

  • Childhood development and playtime organisations

Benefits of our Library Collections Contract

Cost Savings

Save money with Procurement Australia’s aggregated buying power.

Access our one-stop shop

Find everything you need to set up and maintain your library via our one-stop shop contract solution.


Receive complete lifecycle support

Whether you’re renovating, refreshing or establishing a library space, we’ve got you covered.

Stay up-to-date with the latest technology

The library space is a fast-paced one. Our experience and relationships help you to stay on top of industry changes.


We do the hard work behind the scenes, allowing you to focus on getting your library space up and running for the benefit of your clients and the wider community.

Find out more about our Library Collections Contract

Our experienced team is standing by to answer any questions you have about our Library Collections, Furniture, Equipment and Associated Requirements Contract.

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The Procurement Australia team is here to help you achieve your procurement goals, meet your deadlines and deliver exceptional outcomes.

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