An overview of our libraries
Gladstone Regional Libraries has six library branches, located at:
Library Out and About is a neighbourhood service provided from a small van, which visits the communities of Nagoorin, Builyan, Wartburg, Rosedale and Lowmead. Click here for more information.
Library membership is free for Queensland residents, click here for information about joining our library service, and you can borrow or return items at any branch of Gladstone Regional Libraries.
Our libraries have collections of fiction and non-fiction books for adults, teens, and children; as well as large print collections, picture books, magazines, CDs, audio books, and DVDs. Up to twenty items of any type can be borrowed for a three week period and renewed if not reserved or overdue. Library members can reserve items from any of our libraries for free and collect it from their preferred branch.
Seed Library has collections of seeds available at all Gladstone Regional Libraries’ branches.
Our eLibrary is available 24/7 and it’s free with your library card. The eLibrary page provides links to online resources including: eBooks, eAudio Books, eMagazines, streaming films, and online courses.
There are free public computers at each library with internet access and printing capability. All libraries have free WiFi available during opening hours. 3D printing is available at Gladstone City and Calliope libraries.
Events and programs are available for all ages at our libraries – check our individual branch pages or the seasonal events guide produced by Gladstone Regional Council.
Gladstone City Library and Boyne Island Library have meeting rooms for hire.
Gladstone Library has a collection of Adult Literacy and English as an Additional Language (EAL or ESL) resources.
All branches of Gladstone Regional Libraries are fully accessible to people in wheelchairs, including car park facilities and lift access at Gladstone City Library.