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Rural Libraries Queensland

Rural Libraries Queensland (RLQ) represents a significant collaboration between local governments and the State Library of Queensland to provide high quality public library services to rural Queensland's people.

The Aurora online catalogue provides 24/7 access to the resources and services of the 28 participating councils in the network. The network is also shared with over 20 Indigenous Knowledge Centres. 

Join the network that has the latest Australiana titles and broadest range of eresources.

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Become a member of your local Rural Libraries Queensland (RLQ) library or Indigenous Knowledge Centre (IKC). 

Membership is free.  Join in person, online, or if you are travelling rural Queensland.

Our memberships include:

  • RLQ or IKC membership
  • Online membership
  • Tourist membership
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Find the wide range of eresources available to members of the Rural Libraries Queensland and Indigenous Knowledge Centre networks.

The range of eResources includes collections for leisure and learning including:

  • ebooks
  • audiobooks
  • family history resources
  • magazines

There's something here for you!

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