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Welcome to the Workary

Located on level 1 of the Whitlam Library Cabramatta, The Workary provides free services and programs that support remote office workers, tertiary students, job seekers and people looking for a career change. Additional features include small bookable community meeting rooms and event spaces that can accommodate up to 100 people (charges apply). 

Target audience:

  • Employers
  • Job seekers
  • Migrants and refugees seeking career opportunities
  • People looking for a career change
  • Remote office workers
  • Service providers
  • Tertiary Students

Fairfield City Council believes the health and wellbeing of the broader community are closely tied to the success of the community's career paths. 

The Workary is open Monday to Friday – 9.30am-5pm.  

Click here to view Workary programs and workshops

Features of the Workary

Featuring – free of charge: 

  • A community workspace featuring drop-in desk spaces and lounge area
  • Collaborative workspaces
  • Networking events and meet-ups
  • Latest business related resources (including: books, magazines, and online resources)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Scanning
  • Marketing opportunities via business card feature wall

Featuring – fees apply: 

  • Printing/copying
  • Bookable meeting rooms and spaces 

Meeting Rooms & Hot Desks

Need a space to work or meet?

The Workary has drop-in workspaces and lounge areas, hot desks and digitally equipped meeting rooms for short-term or long-term hire (fees apply).

Private meeting rooms 

Bing Lee Room
  • Available Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5pm
  • Capacity: 6 people
Harry Kewell Room
  • Available Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5pm
  • Capacity: 6 people
Jon English Room
  • Available Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 5pm
  • Capacity: 6 people

Hot Desks

  • Available Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5pm
  • Capacity: 1 desk per person (5 desks in total)

Workary Open Space Area

  • Available Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5pm
  • Capacity: 40 people

Please contact the Workary, Monday to Friday 9.30-5pm, to make a booking for these hirable spaces.


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Library resources


View our collection of 1500 career, productivity and self-help books, eAudiobooks, eBooks and eMagazines. Including items on the topics of: 

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All NSW residents are eligible to become a member. Sign up online now and receive immediate access to online resources.

Library online learning resource

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Linkedin Learning provides a range of online training in a range of career support, including Career planning, job searching and resume writing. It provides personalized course recommendations and is designed to help you achieve your full potential. 

Want access to more library online resources?

Access more free online resources to support your career and employment journey with a Fairfield City Open Library membership! Register your Fairfield Open Libraries membership card here for immediate access to the NSW State Libraries extended online resources. 

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Additional resources for: 

Transitioning from school to employment 

The beyond school study guide covers what you need to know in transitioning from high school into the workforce and has been prepared by the Australian government in conjunction with the website. It covers all aspects of the HSC, tertiary education, government assistance and terminology to make this journey and transition easy. 

Career Planning 

Not sure where to start?

YourCareer: Your Future Career quiz: Answer these quick questions to get a list of occupations tailored to you.

What training will I need?

Jobs Guide: Wondering what training you need to get the job you want? Read the NSW Governments – Skills NSW job guides to get an understanding of the qualifications required, what the job involves, the industries you could work in, job prospects and pay. Over 100 job guides are now available.

Learn & Train

Study can help you get the job you want or extend your skills in a career you already have. 

Education and training options

MyCareer: Australian Governments MyCareer: Learn & Train, assists in understanding the different options available for training and studying in Australia. It is important to choose a course of study that suits you.

Tools to assist in understanding free or low fee courses  

MySkills: MySkills website is the national directory of vocational education and training (VET) organisations and courses. It is an Australian Government initiative to enable consumers to search for, and compare, VET courses and training providers.  

JobTrainer: NSW JobTrainer provides fully subsidised training to gain skills in Australia's growing industries. Explore hundreds of qualifications. 

Australian Apprenticeships: Australian Apprenticeships is your first point of contact for all queries about apprenticeships. 

Further Information

Further resources for career and employment support can be found on the Australian Government Your Career website.  



The Workary is located in Whitlam Library Cabramatta
Level 1, 165 Railway Parade, Cabramatta NSW 2166

T. 9725 0323

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Mon-Fri 9.30am-5pm