Logan Art Gallery, libraries and Mayes Cottage – COVID-19


Normal operating hours came into effect on Friday, January 22.

Wriggle and Rhyme sessions recommenced at libraries from January 27.

Please visit the Library website for session details and to borrow e-books, e-audiobooks, e-magazines or to renew items.  

The health and well-being of the Logan community is Council’s highest priority and the quarantining of returned library items is one of Logan Libraries’ essential COVID-safety measures.

From Monday, February 22, Logan City Council Libraries will stop quarantining returned library items as Queensland has not experienced a case of COVID-19 in the community for more than 28 days.

In the event of an incident of community transmission of COVID-19 in Queensland, quarantining of library items would be reinstated immediately. 

Logan Libraries are continuing to maintain COVID-safe measures in all libraries to ensure a safe environment for community and library staff. 

Safety measures include contact tracing, regular cleaning, physical distancing and limiting numbers in library spaces, COVID-safe plans for library events and providing a range of free online services for customers to access from home. 

Library customers with any questions should contact their local library.

Additional information about Logan Libraries’ response to COVID-19 is also available on the Library website.

Logan Art Gallery

Logan Art Gallery is open to the public Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm.

Contact tracing, hand hygiene and physical distancing rules will apply.

To find out more, please see COVID-19

Mayes Cottage

Mayes Cottage House Museum is open to the public for 12 people at a time (verandah and house) on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10.30am to 4.00pm.

The garden is also open for visitors.

Contract tracing, hand hygiene and physical distancing rules apply to visitors to Mayes Cottage house and garden.

To find out more, please see COVID-19