The Baillieu Library, located on the west side of the campus (close to Grattan St & Royal Parade) Campus Map (Melway 571 I6, Building 177), is the University's largest discipline library and is central to teaching and research in the arts, humanities and social sciences. The Baillieu's collections support the activities of undergraduates, postgraduates and researchers. Collections housed in the Baillieu include: High Use (formerly Reserve), Reference, general borrowing collections, newspapers, microforms, journals, government documents, East Asia collections, rare books, and access to the Louise Hanson-Dyer Music Library.
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Ground Floor - Extended Hours Zone
We are now offering an extended hours zone for University students and staff in a partial area of the ground floor from 7am to 1am daily, during Semester time. Access to this area is by swipe card only. The extended hours zone provides much needed access to PCs, printing and study spaces.