Logan Central Library


26 Wilbur Street
Logan Central QLD 4114


Phone: (07) 3412 4100

Opening hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday Closed
Today 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 8pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 4pm
Sunday Closed

About Logan Central Library

Logan Central Library opened in the renovated and refurbished 'Bi-Lo' building on Wilbur Street, Logan Central on Library Lovers' Day, 14th February 2011.  Previously, Logan Central Library was located in the Logan Council Administration Centre for over 15 years.  Prior to this, the library was housed in the building that is now currently the Logan City Council Art Gallery. Originally in the 1970's, the library was located in a shop in Parklands Plaza, Ewing Road. Library HQ was in a converted house in Jacaranda Avenue. The office of the Chief Librarian was located in a former bedroom.

Since moving to its spacious new location in Wilbur Street, Logan Central Library has welcomed people from all over the world, servicing a community of over 46,000 people including the suburbs of Logan Central, Kingston, Woodridge, Slacks Creek and Berrinba. The new location is close to public transport and local shopping centres and other community services.


  • Wheelchair access
  • Disabled parking
  • Accessible toilets
  • Adaptive keyboard
  • Trackball mouse
  • Home Library Service





  • Off street parking
  • Baby change facilities
  • Logan Central Monday Book Club

    The Logan Central Monday Book Club meets at 10.30am at Logan Central Library on the third Monday of each month. New members welcome. For more details, contact the library on 3412 4100.

  • Nyeumba-Meta Reading Circle

    Through fiction, memoir, biography, history and journalism, the Nyeumba-Meta Reading Circle aims to deepen community understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander societies and experiences in both historical and contemporary settings. The group meets at Logan Central Library at 5pm on the third Tuesday of each month, February to November. New members are welcome. For more details, contact Logan Central Library on 3412 4100.

Letters of love with Walter Mikac

In memory of his daughters, Alannah and Madeline, and his wife, Nanette, who were murdered in the Port Arthur massacre, Walter Mikac has created a book of love letters from more than 50 well-known Australians. These love letters were penned to mark the 20th anniversary of the Alannah and Madeline Foundation. Join Walter as he shares some of the inspiring stories and messages of love contained in the letters.

When: February 14, 2018
Where: Logan Central Library