Kingston Toy Library

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The Kingston Toy Library is a community based organisation that aims to provide affordable and sustainable play equipment that enhances the physical, social, intellectual and emotional development of preschool children.

The Kingston Toy Library allows members to borrow from our wide range of quality, engaging toys.  We have over 2,100 toys that are durable, stimulating and require kids to use and develop their own skills.  And of course, they are fun! Our toys are aimed at preschool children aged 0-7 and include: baby toys, active play toys, discovery toys, transport toys, jigsaw puzzles, costumes, games, large toys & party packs. 


Save money by reducing the need to buy toys

Environmental benefits – share resources & reduce waste

Save on storage space and reduce clutter at home

• Give children the chance to choose toys for themselves

• Meet other families and connect with the local Kingston community.


We are a not-for-profit incorporated organisation owned and run by our members. Membership fees provide most of our income and we also rely on grants and fundraising. We have a paid coordinator who is available to help select toys, organise duty hours and answer any queries. Members also elect a committee every year to manage the toy library’s resources, set policy and provide strategic oversight for the future.


Parents, grandparents, carers and early childhood professionals are all welcome to become members of Kingston Toy Library. Currently you can join online and payments can only be made online. Please email us to learn more.

Opening Hours

Monday: 2pm-4.30pm
Friday: 9.30am-11.30am
Saturday: 9.30am–1pm
Open during school & kinder holidays
Closed public holidays


Kingston Toy Library, 2b Lewis St, Mordialloc 3195 View Map

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Note: Pedestrian access to the library is via the driveway located behind the University of the Third Age (U3A).


Continuous, even and accessible path of travel Steps at the entry 0 Accessible car parking spaces Parking is available on Lewis Street and on Albert Street. Drop off and pick up of toys can be done in the driveway only.
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