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The Education and Community Precinct (ECP) is a key part of the Darwin City Deal, bringing together the Australian and NT Governments and Charles Darwin University (CDU).
Located centrally on Cavenagh Street, the campus enables engagement with the wider community; offering public spaces for use and learning and education opportunities in line with the Darwin City Deal vision to reinvigorate Darwin’s CBD.
Culturally diverse, vibrant, and known as the gateway to the Asia Pacific, Darwin’s location as a far north tropical city sets it apart from the rest of Australia. The CBD campus will provide an opportunity for a growing population and to improve Darwin’s international competitiveness in the education sector.
Why is the NT Library moving from Parliament House to the ECP?
Moving the NT Library to the ECP is an NT Government commitment as part of the Darwin City Deal.
NT Library is moving to a more publicly accessible space at the ECP, Cavenagh Street, Darwin.
The new location of the NT Library is part of Darwin’s CBD activation under the Darwin City Deal.
The NT Library will be a place to learn about, share and celebrate Territory history, culture and stories.
The new location will foster greater collaboration with CDU and enable LANT to activate its collections to generate new ideas for the Territory’s future: i.e. a library both about our past and for our future.
How will the new NT Library engage with regional and remote clients?
The new NT Library will enrich the visitor experience through shared services and will bring the library experience to people based in remote communities through digital collections, virtual events and online programs.