The Gladstone City Library provides both reference and children's services with fully qualified librarians.
A qualified User Services librarian is available for any queries you may have.
Further services include detailed help in finding information within the library's collection.
If the information is not available from the Gladstone Library an inter-library loan can be arranged. A fee may apply to some inter-library loans.
The children's library has books suitable for all ages. A qualified Young People's Librarian is available to help children find information & assist them in their selection.
Further services include, school holiday activities, school visits, & regular storytelling sessions. Please ask at the desk for more information.
The Gladstone City Library has a Local Collection Room which houses the local history collection and the genealogy collection. It contains books, reports, newspaper clippings, microfiche and microfilm, CD ROM and other paraphernalia.
You need to make a booking to use the reader/printer (for microfiche & microfilm) and to use the CD ROM (births, deaths, marriages, English parish records, etc.)
The Genealogical Society, Gladstone Division, Inc. is situated in the George Young Building, Francis Ward Drive, Gladstone and is open to the public.
For more information visit the Genealogical Society Gladstone District Inc. blog site
Gladstone Regional Libraries are fully accessible to people in wheelchairs, including cark par facilities and lift access at Gladstone City Library.
Gladstone Regional Libraries provide specialised collections for people with disabilities. These include: