Gladstone Regional Libraries has six branches (Gladstone, Calliope, Boyne Island, Agnes Water, Miriam Vale, and Mount Larcom) and a Library Out and About service. Click here for more information about the libraries’ resources and facilities.
The Library Out and About van visits the communities of Wartburg, Lowmead, and Rosedale fortnightly on Mondays, and Nagoorin and Builyan on one Wednesday per fortnight. The scheduled fortnightly visits and more information can be found here.
Gladstone Regional Libraries provide a Home Library Service to residents of Gladstone, Boyne Island, Tannum Sands and Calliope.
The Home Library Service caters to the needs of residents who are unable to visit a library due to medical, physical, or other special reasons.
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Librarians are available to assist you with finding information in the libraries’ collection or online. For further information and some links to reliable websites click here.
The My Library – Technology and Information Assistance service provides individual instruction and small group classes on using technology or finding information
Gladstone City Library has a Local Collection Room which houses the local history and genealogy collections. The room contains books, reports, newspaper clippings, microfiche and microfilm, and other paraphernalia. More information and links to family history research sites are available here.
Bookings to use the reader/printer (for microfiche & microfilm) can be made by phoning 4976 6400.
Gladstone Regional Libraries’ branches have collections of fiction and non-fiction books for adults, as well as large print books, magazines, CDs, audio books, and DVDs. All library branches run a variety of events and programs for adults, throughout the year, under the banner of Library Sideshow. The types of events and programs include information sessions, workshops, and entertainment. Library Sideshow provides opportunities for lifelong learning and meeting people in the local community. Click here for more details about programs and collections for adults.
3D printer are available at Gladstone City Library and Calliope Library. They are situated in public areas for viewing but can only be operated by staff. More information is available here about types of prints and how to request them.
Gladstone Regional Libraries are fully accessible to people in wheelchairs, including car park facilities and lift access at Gladstone City Library.
Programs and Collections for Children and Youth
Gladstone Regional Libraries’ branches all have collections of materials for children and young people. The collections include fiction and non fiction books, DVDs, CDs, audio books, and digital resources, specifically for children. Most of the branches have toys and puzzles for young children to play with in the libraries.
Children’s programs are held at each branch and include, school holiday activities, school visits, and regular storytelling sessions.