State Library of Queensland plays a lead role in serving all Queenslanders, through state-wide library services and partnerships with over 340 public libraries, including 22 Indigenous Knowledge Centres (IKCs).
Founded in 1896, we have become a bold and adventurous 21st century library driven by a commitment to access for all.
SLQ belongs to the people of Queensland. It is an inclusive and welcoming place for all, a trusted source for information, and a place for intellectual freedom, a cornerstone of democracy and custodian of Queensland’s memory.
SLQ is a ‘knowledge bank’ and vital community resource, as much a physical as well as a virtual place for sharing, learning, collaborating, and creation. As a community hub for democracy in action, here everyone is encouraged to have a voice.
State Library of Queensland: all yours
When you have an enquiry or wish to make a comment or suggestion, contact State Library's visitor services in various ways.
Meet Janette Wright, State LIbrarian and Chief Executive Officer of the State Library of Queensland.
Social media used to connect with online visitors by State Library, such as Facebook, Twitter, blogs, YouTube...
The Foundation raises funds in order to maintain, enhance and expand State Library's collections, facilities and services, preserve Queensland's cultural heritage and acquire significant collections of rare books, photographs, oral history, maps, artworks and music.
Details and locations of Indigenous Knowledge Centres throughout Queensland, part of the partnership between Local Government and State Library.
Landing page for Pitch in - digital volunteering
Partnerships and projects undertaken by State Library to deliver new services, enrich existing services and provide Queenslanders with greater access to collections.