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State Library spaces and services will gradually reopen over the coming weeks, with an emphasis on your health and safety.
Following the release of the government’s roadmap to easing Queensland’s restrictions, we will reopen the Infozone to the public from Monday 18 May. All other spaces within State Library remain closed, this includes The Edge, The Library Shop and Anzac Square Memorial Galleries.
Up to ten people will be able to access the computers at one time in the Infozone from 10am to 5pm seven days a week.
Time limits will apply, and clients will be required to use hand sanitisers before they use computer equipment.
Free wi-fi is also available in the Knowledge Walk, 9am – 5pm seven days a week.
Revisit this page for more updates on the reopening of our spaces and services.
Onsite programs and events remain cancelled, but many have moved online.
You can still access the best of State Library online, anytime, anywhere and The Library Shop is open for online orders.
All loans have been extended and can be returned when our building reopens.
Become a member online to access thousands of free ebooks, newspapers, journals, films and other resources from home. You can learn a new skill with Lynda.com and explore our fascinating exhibitions and digital stories.
Our reference librarians will continue to provide our Ask Us service.
More information on COVID-19
Visit Queensland Health or call 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84).