The Rotary Book Exchange

Rotary Book Exchange & Community Centre

The Book Exchange has reopened
Wednesday to Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm

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Our Bookshop

We stock “pre-loved’ books of almost every genre including:

  • Fiction

  • Crime/Murder

  • Suspense

  • True Crime

  • Autobiography

  • Biography

  • Sport

  • Gardening

  • Craft

  • Religion

  • Self Help

  • Parenting

  • Children

  • Cooking

  • History

  • Science Fiction

  • Fantasy

  • Australiana

  • Classics

  • Travel

  • Non Fiction

We also have a large selection of CDs, DVDs and Jigsaws

Gift Vouchers available on request.

The Book ​​​​​​Exchange is a Disability Friendly space

Not currently available due to COVID19:
            Coffee machine 
            Small reading area
            Public computers with Internet access & printing


Our Bookshop is entirely reliant on donations, but we ask that any donations be in a condition that makes them resalable.
Like many other charities, we are forced to spend large sums of money disposing of books that are unsuitable for sale.

     Unfortunately we can not accept: 

  • Encyclopaedias

  • Readers Digest Condensed Books

  • Text Books

  • Magazines

  • Library books

  We ask that your donations do not exceed two medium size boxes or bags, for ease of handling by our volunteers.
We have very limited storage space and very large donations put great pressure on volunteers working in the Bookshop.
Where possible, we attempt to dispose of excess books to other charitable groups.
Please feel free to contact us on 08 83712992 (Wednesday to Saturday 10am - 4pm)


Our Bookshop opened in 1998 on Sturt Road, opposite the Marion Shopping Centre.

In 2013, we moved to our current location on the corner of Towers Terrace and Aberfeldy Avenue, Edwardstown.

Visitor Info

Rotary Book Exchange
District 9510 Website

Rotary Down Under Website

Rotary International Website
Friends of Rotary