Library members may borrow up to twenty items for a period of four weeks. Loans can be renewed online, by phone or by visiting any SRRC library. Items may also be reserved online or in branch.
Our libraries stock a wide variety of printed materials for all ages, including fiction and non-fiction, large print, magazines, newspapers, CDs, talking books and DVDs.
Each branch holds a selection of Local Studies materials, including microfilm of the Beaudesert Times and it's predecessors from 1899 to the present day and an extensive archive at Boonah Library.
All library branches offer free computer and WIFI access and run workshops on using new technologies – please contact library staff. Printing, scanning and photocopying facilities are available - charges apply.
Scenic Rim regional libraries now provide access to ebooks, audio books and online magazines, as well as online language learning and Literacy Planet. Library members can download the Borrowbox app and access a variety of recent ebook and eaudio releases. Patrons may borrow 10 items for 14 days.
A number of databases are available in branch or at home through the State Library of Queensland using your SRRC library card or by registering for a free State Library e-services card.
Scenic Rim Libraries run a variety of programs for all ages throughout the year including bookclubs, school holiday activities, storytelling, craft groups, computer classes and iPad workshops. Please check the What's On page for more information, or contact your local branch.
A housebound service is available for residents of the Scenic Rim region who are genuinely in need. Please contact your nearest library branch for further information.
Library branches regularly welcome volunteers to assist with a variety of tasks including workshops, housebound or local history. Volunteers must possess a current Blue Card and go through Council's volunteer application process. Please contact your local Branch Librarian if you are interested in volunteering at your library.