The Ashurbanipal Library of the Assyrian Australian Association is a cultural heritage collection of Modern Assyrian history from the 16th century CE onward. The Ashurbanipal Library also aims to preserve, promote and enlighten Assyrian culture and heritage among the Assyrian and Australian wider communities.
The Assyrian Australian Association and the Ashurbanipal Library strongly encourage members of the general public to donate any items of historical importance concerning our history to the library to ensure their permanent preservation. Such items include books, booklets, periodicals, documents, archives, images, videos, audio, electronic media, objects, artifacts alongside related examples.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] for any queries or donations.
For patrons residing in Sydney, the library team can make arrangements to collect donated items from your residence.
For your kind financial donations, contact the Assyrian Australian Association.
The library location is currently under preparation at the Assyrian Australian Association premises, 673-683 Smithfield Road, Edensor Park NSW 2176. The library will be open to the general public after the official launch date. The collection will be made available for reference only.
Ashurbanipal Library at Fairfield City Council
The AAA Ashurbanipal Library also has an digital presence on the Fairfield City Heritage Collection website as part of the Assyrian Community section. The collection contains several audio and video interviews detailing oral histories, digitised publications and photographs related to Assyrian Australian history.
Click on the link below to access the AAA Ashurbanipal Library page on the Fairfield City Heritage Collection.