A to Z of library services




Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander services

The Nyeumba Meta collection is located at the Logan Central Library. It contains 1,000 items including storytelling kits, books, videos and artefacts.

Accessibility centre

The accessibility centre is located at Logan North Library. It has computers, equipment and resources for people with vision, hearing and mobility disabilities and learning differences.

Adult collections

Adult fiction is shelved alphabetically by the author’s name. Adult non-fiction is shelved numerically using the Dewey Decimal Classification System.

Ask a librarian

Trained staff can help you with a variety of questions like finding information for a school project, reading recommendations and research assignments.

Audio visual

You can borrow DVDs, CDs and MP3s. You can borrow up to 20 items at a time.

Audio loops

Audio loops help people with a hearing impairment to access clear, distortion-free sound without the distraction of background noise. Audio loops have been installed in Logan Central and Logan North libraries.




Cemetery index

To search local cemetery listings by name or cemetery, please see Logan history.

Children's section

We offer story times and free activities including robotics for children.

PS4 consoles are available at Beenleigh, Logan Hyperdome and Logan West libraries.

Wii consoles are available at Beenleigh, Jimboomba, Logan Central, Logan Hyperdome, Logan North, Logan West and Marsden libraries.

For more information see Children.


Borrow from our extensive collections of books, magazines, DVDs, CDs and audio books in hard copy or digital. You can access the collection in the catalogue.

Computer classes

Our libraries offer regular training sessions to help you improve your computer skills. Online training courses are also available at any time through our eLibrary.




Drive through

The Logan Hyperdome Library has a drive through where you can pick up your reserved items.




eBooks and eMedia

EBooks and audio books are available for free download from the eLibrary.

Events calendar

Hundreds of activities and events are held in our libraries every year to encourage literacy, leisure and learning for all ages. See the events calendar to register online to attend an upcoming event.




Genealogy and family history

Our local studies collection is at Logan Central Library. It includes genealogy resources to help you with your family history research. CD-ROM indexes are also available at every library.

General facilities

All our libraries have free parking, wheelchair accessibility, toilets with baby change facilities, photocopying and a community notice board.




Heritage, local and family history

Our local studies collection is located at Logan Central Library. You can search genealogical resources and immigration records. For more information, please call 07 3412 4165.

Home library service

Our home library volunteers provide library material to residents of Logan City who are confined to home. For more information or to become a volunteer, please see Home library.




Interlibrary loans

If you can't find what you are after in our catalogue please ask a librarian to look for it at another library.

Internet and computer access

Free internet access and Wi-Fi are available at every library. Computers offer Microsoft Office 2021 on Windows 11. You can hire an external DVD drive with your PC session. Book via phone or in the library.




Languages other than English (LOTE)

We offer a range of magazines and newspapers for readers of languages other than English. You can find these items in the catalogue using a subject browse search with the phrase ‘text in' (e.g. text in Japanese). If your language is not available, please ask staff if it can be borrowed from the State Library of Queensland.


We have self-check out machines at most libraries.

Logan history

Check our Logan history pages to find historical photos and local information. The Logan Central Library has a dedicated local studies room where you can do research about the local area.




Magazines and newspapers

We have a wide range of magazines and local and interstate newspapers.


To become a library member, you’ll need proof of your identity and current address details (e.g. your driver’s licence). Membership is free for Queensland residents.

For more information, please see Get a free library card or read our Membership booklet (PDF 4.82 MB).

Meeting rooms

We have meeting rooms available at Beenleigh, Logan Central, Logan Hyperdome, Logan North, Logan West and Marsden libraries.

Automatic hot water, crockery, whiteboard, data projector and screen, tables and chairs may be available.

For more information, please call your local library.

Music studio

The Marsden Library music studio is a space for you to jam and record music. The study has a range of equipment available free of charge to library members, including:

  • electric guitar
  • electric bass guitar
  • electric drums
  • headphones
  • microphone
  • jam-hub mixer
  • DJ station
  • LP converter.

For more information or to book the studio, please call the Marsden Library on 07 3412 4180.


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Online learning tools

Members can access a wide range of online information and training courses to help with research or general interest. You can find these in the eLibrary. You can access most of our online materials from home at any time.




Photocopying, printing and fax facilities

Our libraries offer black and white or colour photocopying and printing. Black and white copies are 15 cents for A4 and A3. Colour A4 photocopies and printouts are $2. A3 colour photocopies are $4. Fax facilities are available for both sending and receiving faxes.




Reading and writing help All libraries have a learning materials collection with material for people who want help learning English or improving literacy and numeracy skills. The collection includes workbooks, graded readers, computer software and audio visual material.


Return chutes are available at all libraries. After-hours chutes are located outside each library.

Research and readers advisory services

All libraries have qualified digital services librarians available to help with your information needs. You can speak with them in person or online with our ask a librarian service. Our librarians are dedicated to helping you find answers to your questions – whether you want to know what to read next or something specific like how to make a robot.




Study rooms

Our study rooms are an ideal environment for studying. To make a booking please call your local library.




What's on

All nine libraries host regular free activities and events for all ages. These include training in technology, book clubs, story times, author visits and talks by guest speakers. To discover what is happening at your library, please see the events calendar.

Wi-Fi facilities

Access to Wi-Fi is available to members free of charge at all libraries. Please refer to our terms and conditions.




Young adult

Please visit our teens area to find out more about our services to young adults and teens.