The 2022 Melbourne Rare Book Fair

About the 2022 Melbourne Rare Book Fair

2013 Anzaab Rare Book Fair

Rare Book Fair

After a two year break due to the pandemic, The Melbourne Rare Book Fair returns this July.

The Melbourne Rare Book Fair is the major annual book fair of ANZAAB and one of only a few rare book fairs in the Southern hemisphere.

Now in its 49th edition, and 50th year, the Melbourne Rare Book Fair will again feature rare and wonderful books, manuscripts, ephemera, prints (and much more) from the best rare book and antiquarian dealers across Australia and New Zealand and overseas.

A gathering of buyers, sellers and lovers of books not to be missed.

Whatever your tastes may be, you are sure to find a rare and interesting book, print or piece of ephemera to add to your collection.


Grants Bookshop

FREE ENTRY

Thursday 7th July 6pm - 9pm

Friday 8th July 10am - 5pm

Saturday 9th July 10am - 4pm


Wilson Hall

Venue

Wilson Hall
The University of Melbourne Campus map
Enter campus from Swanston St or Grattan St (Carlton); Elizabeth St/Royal Pde
(Parkville) Melway maps 2B, 43 and 75A



Visit by Tram

The University of Melbourne's Parkville campus is only a few minutes from the centre of Melbourne and has many public transport stops within walking distance.

By tram along Swanston Street :
tram numbers 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67, 72

By tram along Elizabeth Street/Royal Parade :
tram number 19

You can enter your current location and travel destination into the Public Transport Victoria Journey Planner for personalised instructions for tram, train and bus connections for travelling to any University of Melbourne campus.


Parking

There are three car parks on campus at the University of Melbourne.

Parking fees apply.

Please note that Grattan Street is closed due to Metro Tunnel work.


Access to the Fair

Wilson Hall and the Fair are at ground level and easily accessible.

Several Exhibitor Stands will be located on the stage and only accessible by stairs.

More information is available in the University of Melbourne's Accessibility Guide