Libraries | Brisbane City Council
 

Brisbane City Council is dedicated to a liveable city, creating more leisure options and better facilities and venues for all ages to enjoy. Council libraries provide a wide range of services including book clubs, reading programs, computer training, events and workshops. Visit your local library to join, renew or borrow books, and use the many resources on offer. 

OUTAGE NOTICE: Online library catalogue, eLibCat

Due to scheduled system maintenance access to 'e-Books and Downloads', 'My Account' and the 'Reserve a PC system' may be affected by intermittent outages on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 February 2019 from 8pm until 12 noon. We apologise for any inconvenience.

 

 

Highlights

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Library membership is free to Brisbane ratepayers and anyone who lives, works or studies in Brisbane. Join a Council library today!

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There are a huge range of activities, workshops, author talks and more on offer. See what's happening at a library near you. 

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Children across Brisbane can feast on books this summer with Council’s Summer Reading program.

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Council libraries offer a comprehensive range of free technology workshops and sessions for people of all ages and skill levels.

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Borrow from a collection of over 6000 items and access the wider library collection of over 1.4 million items.

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Council’s Pop-up Library is designed to bring the joy of reading to residents at community events, festivals and selected parks across the city.

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New Farm library has recently had an upgrade. Visit us today to see all of the new improvements.  

 
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Start the new year with a resolution to read more. Create some reading goals and share them at your local library to keep you on track.

Stay in the know

The Brisbane Libraries e-newsletter is a free bi-monthly publication produced by Council. It showcases the latest library events and activities taking place around Brisbane. Select 'Libraries' from the e-newsletter subscription list to sign up for the Library e-newsletter. Download the latest issue, or view Council's library events calendar.

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