Townsville CityLibraries Strategic Plan
Townsville CityLibraries Strategic Plan 2020-2024 outlines the City of Townsville’s goals and objectives in relation to library services into the future.
Welcome to CityLibraries
CityLibraries has three locations in Flinders Street, Aitkenvale and Thuringowa Central as well as our Mobile Library service.
- Find our opening hours and contact details for each branch.
- Visit our membership page to find out more about using your library.
Visit the Library
You will not need a booking if you plan to visit the library. A maximum of 100 people in the library at any one time will apply during the week and on weekends.
During your visit, please ensure that you maintain at least 1.5m social distancing and practice good hygiene.
Find out more about our libraries in the links below.
We are still here delivering all your favourites online so you and the kids can enjoy from the comfort of your home!
Everybody has a story to tell. Throughout July in a range of locations, Townsville CityLibraries will be hosting a festival of workshops, discussions and celebrations of storytelling in all its forms.
We provide a range of programs, activities and services for everyone.
Enjoy your reading and connect with other readers in the Townsville community.
Find your local library, opening hours, contact us and a list of our social media channels.
A range of online research materials to help you for school, university or work projects.
Discover the rich history of Townsville and the surrounding region.
Information on the collection and management of personal information in accordance with the Libraries Act 1988 and Local Government Act 2009.
A list of useful, trusted, self-help resources that have been recommended by health professionals in Queensland.
Townsville CityLibraries is collecting memories of the 2019 monsoon event to add to our Local History Collection. Help us tell the story to future generations by sharing your experience.
Townsville CityLibraries receives financial assistance from the Queensland Government through State Library of Queensland.