The commemorative brochure for the opening of the new Library building in Windsor in 2005. The booklet includes some history of the Library Service http://www.hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/4222/CommemorativeBooklet.pdf
By 1979 there were 8,235 borrowers plus a book stock of 39,331, & annual loans of 144,000. Windsor Council built a new library in Dight Street Windsor. The new library was designed by Davey, Bridley and Vickery Architects and built by Alan C. Smith Constructions, costing costing $716,000. It was officially opened by the Hon. L. Ferguson (Deputy Premier of NSW) in 1980.
Hawkesbury Central Library re-opened at new premises at 300 George Street Windsor on Monday 6 June 2005. Members of the community participated in a "Human Chain" event with 420 people passing books from the old library in Dight Street to the new building.