Below is a list of the top and leading Bookstores in Melbourne. To help you find the best bookstores located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Melbourne’s Best Bookstores:
The top-rated bookstores offering a wide range of book choices and educational things are:
- The Paperback Bookshop
- Hill of Content Bookshop
- Coventry Bookstore
The Paperback Bookshop
The Paperback Bookshop is an independent, general bookshop that was established in the early 1960s at the top of Bourke street and was then one of the few Melbourne bookshops to sell a good selection of Australian and imported books, particularly paperback editions of books not commonly available in Melbourne.
Literature, Comics, Novels, Children’s Book, Historical Books, Story Telling Books.
“A little slice of heaven in a crowded city around the corner from my apartment. Staffed by delightful, kind and generous people. Hopefully will be there for a long time yet.”- David Andrews
Hill of Content Bookshop
Hill of Content Bookshop At Hill of Content Bookshop, their aim is to provide a broad and discerning range of books – published locally and overseas – in a pleasant browsing environment. They pride themselves on their friendly and personalized customer service, including an efficient special order service and free gift wrapping.
Gift Wrapping, Ancient Historical Books, Children’s Books, Art & Crafts, Graphic Novels.
“Really cute little book store at the top of Bourke Street. I say ‘little’, but that’s a bit of a lie: it’s deceivingly large once you take a stroll inside! Have only been in for a brief visit but the lovely lady working at the time was very helpful in terms of trying to assist me to track down a book I needed!”- Brooke Hutchinson
Coventry Bookstore is a small, independent bookstore located in beautiful Coventry Street, South Melbourne. Their staff members are all passionate about books and are always willing to help you find the perfect book for your needs. They hope you can visit us in store soon!
Architecture, Arts & Designs, Biography, Entertainment, General Non-Fiction, Interior Design.
“A good range of novels, cook, art and kids books. Not too hot on categories such as history, science or science fiction. Friendly staff.”- Danika Schepis
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