Libraries are open for the loaning of items, use of computers, accessing Wi-Fi and for printing, photocopying or scanning. As a result, there will be no story times, programs or public-use of meeting rooms available at libraries. Library customers are encouraged to plan for short visits and to continue using Logan Library's online resources for eBooks, eAudiobooks, magazines and resources for children. To meet the current State Government COVID-19 requirements, some restrictions, social distancing measures and contact tracing processes are in place at all libraries. To find out more please see our FAQs.
145 - 167 Teviot Road
Greenbank QLD 4124
ContactPhone: (07) 3297 5158
|Tuesday||1pm - 6pm|
|Wednesday||10am - 6pm|
|Thursday||1pm - 6pm|
|Today||9am - 12pm|
About Greenbank Library
Greenbank library was first housed in the old school building at Greenbank State School.
In 1985, the library relocated to the Greenbank Community Centre complex.
The staff at Greenbank library take real pride in their community, and love to help out wherever they can!
- Wheelchair access
- Accessible parking
- Accessible toilets
- Adaptive keyboard
- Trackball mouse
- Home Library Service
- Printing / photocopying / scanning
- Public internet access computers
- Free wifi for library members
Greenbank Library Book Club
The Greenbank Library Book Club meets at 9 am at the Greenbank Library on the second Saturday of the month.