From Saturday, July 11 entry to Logan Art Gallery is limited to 45 people at a time.
Contact tracing and social distancing rules will apply.
A new round of exhibitions will open on Friday, July 31 and run until Saturday, September 5.
Visit Logan Art Gallery for more information.
From Monday, July 13, attendance at all Logan libraries is in accordance with the one person per four square metres rule, as per the State Government’s Stage 3 easing of restrictions.
For Queensland Health contact tracing purposes, anyone who visits the library is required to provide library staff with their contact information.
People are able to loan library items, use computers and print during each library’s normal operating hours.
Children should be accompanied by an adult.
Library customers are encouraged to plan for short visits and to continue wherever possible using Logan Library's online resources for eBooks, eAudiobooks, magazines and resources for children.
A drive-through collection service for holds is operating at Australia’s only drive-through library service at the Logan Hyperdome Library.
No programs, events or community use of meeting rooms will take place inside the libraries at this stage.
To maintain the safety of customers and staff, libraries will be practising social distancing.
The community is asked to note the measures in place, abide by them and follow any directions from staff.
Library staff are available to assist people in navigating the new measures and to find what they need.
For more information check out the Frequently Asked Questions or visit the website at Logan Libraries.
Mayes Cottage House Museum opened to the public at 10.30am on Saturday, July 11 for 12 people at a time (verandah and house).
The garden is also open for up to 15 visitors.
It will now be open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10.30am to 4.00pm.
Contract tracing and social distancing rules apply.
To find out more, please see COVID-19.