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Bracken Ridge Library

Where is Bracken Ridge Library?

Bracken Ridge Library is located on the corner of Bracken Street and Barrett Street, Bracken Ridge. There is a playground outside and a car park with parking for people with disabilities.

Over the coming 2018/2019 year, Bracken Ridge residents will witness an exciting transformation of their community hub, with Council soon commencing construction on a brand new Bracken Ridge Library.
 
Once completed, the Library will overlook Ferguson Park and, at 1000 square-metres, will be double the size of the current library with state-of-the-art borrowing technology, free wi-fi, a vibrant children’s library, dedicated quiet room, a coffee cart and two meeting rooms with secure after-hours access which will be used for our world-class library programs or for community meetings.The new building will also feature an undercover car park, lift and ramp to ensure it is accessible for people of all ages and abilities, and will also include the Bracken Ridge ward office.

Bracken Ridge Library and Facilities

An open book at Bracken Ridge Library

Bracken Ridge Library has a meeting room available for hire.  Other facilities include – an after hours chute, a disabled toilet, a photocopier, wi-fi, word processing, an X-box and it is wheelchair accessible. The Council Ward Office is located beside the entry doors to the library.

Activities for children at Bracken Ridge Library

The library welcomes children.  They have special events throughout the school holidays and during the year including Minecraft Camps and classes and activities. many of the activities are free but booking is advisable.  The regular children’s activities include:

–  Children’s Storytime; experience the magic of storytime with your child at the library. This interactive session includes stories, songs and creative early literacy experiences for children. Ideal for children aged 2-5 years. No bookings required.

– First 5 Forever Toddler Time; meet other parents and toddlers for a fun session of singing, clapping and dancing. Learn action rhymes and songs which will help your child’s pre-literacy, communication, language and social skills. Ideal for babies and toddlers aged 1-3 years. The First 5 Forever initiative is funded by the Queensland Government.

–  Homework Help; Help with homework is available for primary and high school students throughout the school term. No bookings required.

– There are also a range of workshops, classes and talks for adults on a wide variety of topics.

You can find times, dates and descriptions on the Brisbane City Council Website.

Opening Times & Access

Closed on public holidays
Monday and Sunday: closed
Tuesday and Wednesday: 10am – 8pm
Thursday: 10am – 6pm
Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: 9am – 4pm

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