Enriching the lives of all Queenslanders
Creatively engaging people with information, knowledge and community
Knowledge, growth and innovation
Integrity and accountability
Our strategic objectives
1. Improve access to library services
2. Co-create Queensland’s memory
3. Extend learning and creative experiences
4. Develop our people and capability
State Library of Queensland is governed by the Library Board of Queensland. It draws its powers from the Libraries Act 1988. The object of this Act is to contribute to the cultural, social and intellectual development of all Queenslanders. State Library's services and collections are delivered through a number of key organisational programs under the direction of a team of senior management staff.
Works published by State Library, including corporate reporting and strategic planning.
Timeline of State Library of Queensland history, from its foundation in 1896 to the current day.
How State Library is structured, with details of its major organisational programs.
Service commitment of the State Library to its onsite and online clients, including what we will provide and how clients can help.
Policies, standards, protocols and collaborative principles guiding State Library in its activities.
The State Library of Queensland supports open access to information and ideas as a key enabler for a strong, well-informed and innovative society.
The public's right to information of the State Library of Queensland, including State Library of Queensland is making it easier for you to access information about our organisation, including our policies, financial records, correspondence, registers and documents relating to our decisions.
The Library Board of Queensland, the governing body of the State Library of Queensland, draws its powers from the Libraries Act 1988 (Queensland). It appoints a committee and advisory groups to assist it in its activities.
The Asia Pacific Design Library provides services and information on all matters relating to design from within the State Library building at South Bank.
Queensland's digital culture centre for experimentation in design, art, technology and enterprise. A State Library initiative, The Edge creatively engages the next generation of library users into the 21st century.
Location and contact information for State Library locations not accessible to the public, in Cairns in north Queensland and at Cannon Hill in Brisbane's eastern suburbs.
A website specifically by and for the use of staff of Queensland's public libraries, hosted by State Library.
Information about how State Library's Collection Preservation Branch preserves and protects the reference and research collections of State Library, and also provides advice on a range of conservation issues.
The John Oxley Library, part of Queensland Memory at State Library, has a wide range of content both contemporary and retrospective, chronicling events, people, places, and ideas that continue to shape Queensland.
The information collections at State Library complement the heritage collections, with e-books and other e-resources, books, magazines, audiovisual, and music which focus on Australian and international content.
The Australian Library of Art forms part of the Heritage Collections of the State Library of Queensland.
Information about the benefits of working at State Library plus access to information about jobs / employment here.
kuril dhagun is a space within State Library's South Bank building devoted to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.