Logan City Council Libraries provide resources and services specifically designed to meet the requirements of Indigenous Australians.
Nyeumba Meta Collection: is housed at the Logan Central library and contains 1000 items including storytelling kits, books, videos, and artefacts. These can be used by educational institutions to inform students about Indigenous customs and history.
Browse the Nyeumba Meta Collection.
For further information on the above services please contact the Local Studies Librarian – Logan Central Library on (07) 3412 4165 or send an e-mail.
Yugambeh Museum: This Language & Heritage Research Centre is located Cnr Martens St and Plantation Rd Beenleigh containing thousands of items and artefacts for research. The library is only open by appointment. To make an appointment please contact the Yugambeh Museum on 38076155 or email@example.com.
State Library of Queensland: The State Library of Queensland collects a range of material pertaining to Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders, including photographs, ephemera, posters, oral histories and digital stories. We also feature Indigenous art and artists of national significance.
Reading for Reconciliation Book Club & Yarning with our mob
Details for 2013’s Reading for Reconciliation Book Club and Yarning with our mob will be available soon.
Please contact Logan Central Library if you have any queries: 3412 4100.
Family History Resources