NOVEL IDEA: Natalie Tyler and Maxene Sheridan browsing the Book Depository during their lunch break.
NOVEL IDEA: Natalie Tyler and Maxene Sheridan browsing the Book Depository during their lunch break.

Leave spare books or borrow one at new Book Depository

IF YOU love a good read and would like to share that love, Coffs Central Shopping Centre has developed a Book Depository.

Located on Level One in the Food at the Terrace are two massive book shelves where readers can leave their spare books or borrow one.

Already there is a book to suit every taste and they cover every topic imaginable.

People with spare books they would like to donate can drop them at the ground floor Concierge desk.

The Book Depository is the latest initiative from Coffs Central Shopping Centre which continues to undergo many changes since its major renovations last year.

From December 18 CWA members will be in the centre to wrap your Christmas gifts for a small donation.



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