Where is Wynnum Library?
The new Wynnum Library was officially opened on Saturday 28 May 2016 on the site of the old Wynnum Central State School at 145 Florence Street, above Woolworths. You can contact them on (07) 3403 2199.
Wynnum Library Facilities & Resources
The facilities at Wynnum Library include: meeting rooms available for hire, wheelchair accessibility, parents room, history collections room, dedicated Wi-Fi area, internet stations, quiet rooms for research, children’s area and an external terrace for reading and activities.
Activities for children at Wynnum Library
There are a wide variety of activities, workshops and performances organised at the library, especially during the school holidays. Some of the regular activities include:
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. There are no bookings required for this activity.
Babies, Books and Rhymes; meet other parents and babies for a fun session of singing, clapping and dancing. Learn songs and action rhymes to nurture your baby’s pre-literacy, communication, language and social skills. Ideal for babies and toddlers aged up to two years. Ther are no bookings required for this activity.
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. There are no bookings required for this activity.
- There is also a wide range of activities and workshops for adults on a variety of subjects.
Please check the Brisbane City Council website for times, dates and descriptions.
Opening Times & Access
Closed on public holidays
Monday to Wednesday and Friday: 9am-6pm
You can read more information on Wynnum Library here.