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Banjo Books

Sydney,Sydney North, — February, 2010

Black Cat Books

Brisbane, — July, 2013

Browse Awhile Book Barn

NSW, , — October, 2014

[owner contribution] We are an independent bookshop with 29 years' experience in the book industry. We have ridden the crazy rollercoaster ride of surviving as an independent seller of new books against the barrage of discounting by chains and department stores. We then morphed into library suppliers of non fiction when the internet took hold of the world. Now that the big hype of the kindle has settled down and readers have returned to real books, we have settled into our cosy niche as booksellers of quality secondhand and rare books. (more…)

Clarence Corner Bookshop

Brisbane, , — February, 2010

Located in a beautiful late 19th century two storey building, Clarence Corner Book Shop stocks significant books from the past, favourite out of print books, recent popular and well regarded books - contemporary and classic fiction all genres, children's picture books and stories, travel guides and tales, quality non fiction most subjects. Secondhand and selected new books.

The bookshop has a cafe which serves quality coffee, tea, cold drinks, and fresh light lunches and sweet treats.

[owner, 07/2011]

Fullers Bookshop

Tasmania, — February, 2010

The Hobart Collins St shop has the Afterword Cafe upstairs.

Gertrude and Alice

Sydney,Sydney East, , — February, 2010

Shelves and shelves of books from all genres. Has a non-fiction room called the Hemingway room, which boasts an amazing chess table for patrons to sit and play; lots of other games are also available. The café is run by the same owner and is successful its own right. [employee, 05/2004]

Journeys Bookstore Cafe

Inner West,Sydney, — February, 2010

Mary Ryan's Books, Music, Coffee

NSW,Queensland, , — February, 2010

Riverbend Books

Brisbane, — February, 2010

Riverbend Books is situated in a delightfully renovated "Queenslander", and incorporates a coffee shop on the front verandah overlooking Oxford Street. One of the most appealing features of the design is that there are places to sit down - comfortably - while browsing possible purchases. [customer]

Sappho Books and Cafe

Inner West,Sydney, — February, 2010

'Sappho Books' looks as though it was organised by a group of obsessive-compulsives... which in fact it was. For example, the Drama section is divided into five clearly labelled and alphabetically arranged sub-sections. While we have excellent Humanities areas, the strength of 'Sappho Books' lies in its extensive Fiction sections, contemporary, classic, crime and popular titles, plus a large selection of science fiction and fantasy. Contrary to the expectations of many, 'Sappho' is not a lesbian bookshop, although Women's Studies and Gay/Lesbian literature are well represented. [owner]

The Bodhi Tree

Perth/WA, , — February, 2010

Personal and professional development books. Cafe offering vegetarian chemical-free food and Fair Trade coffee.

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