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Home Library

Logan City Council Libraries, through a network of volunteer community workers, provides library material to residents of Logan who are confined to home for any reason. The loan limit can be adjusted to meet the needs of home library service borrowers and extensions on loan periods are available. Visits to deliver items are made at a day and time which suits the borrower and volunteer. Visits are usually made monthly. Visits can be made on a permanent or temporary basis.

Home library service borrowers may request particular items through volunteers and library staff. Borrowers can also make requests via the online library catalogue. Alternatively, please contact Logan City Council Libraries.

Phone: 07 3412 4147

Email: libraries@logan.qld.gov.au

Logan City Council Libraries has a large collection of items for loan including:

Applying for the home library service

As a home library service recipient, library materials are selected based on preferences you have specified, and delivered to your home by a volunteer. If you would like to apply to receive this service please contact Logan City Council Libraries.

Phone: 07 3412 4147

Email: libraries@logan.qld.gov.au

Becoming a volunteer

Join this valuable community service by becoming a volunteer for the home library service. Reliable and cheerful people with access to private transport are required. All prospective volunteers must be prepared to undergo a police criminal history check, must hold a current drivers licence and carry vehicle insurance.

If you are able to give two hours or more per month at a time that suits you (Monday to Saturday) please contact Logan City Council Libraries.

Phone: 07 3412 4147

Email: libraries@logan.qld.gov.au

On the Homefront

The library produces a biannual newsletter, On the Homefront, especially for home library service borrowers and volunteers. This newsletter contains information on new resources, recipes and articles contributed by readers. View the Winter 2018 On the Homefront Newsletter (PDF 13274 KB).