Friday 10 June 2022
The Queenscliffe Hub, which will be home to the new Queenscliff Library, is nearing completion and is expected to open in the coming weeks. We look forward to welcoming the community into the new Library soon!
Please be advised that our temporary library at The Tavern (18 Hesse Street, Queenscliff) will be closing from 5:00pm, Tuesday 21 June in preparation for the move.
Customer will be unable to return items to Queenscliff Library after 21 June, until the new library opens.
However, during this period all other libraries in the Geelong Regional Libraries' network remain open and available for you to access, return items, and pick up holds. The closest libraries to Queenscliff are listed below:
Printing and photocopying services are available at the Borough of Queenscliffe council offices.
We will continue to keep you updated about the opening date for the new library as building works near completion. To find out more about the Queenscliffe Hub project, visit the Borough of Queenscliffe’s website.
We would like to thank the Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale communities for their patience and understanding during this transition.
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Calling all local makers, artists and creatives! We invite you to submit an expression of interest (EOI) to sell your wares and creations at Geelong Regional Libraries Arts and Craft Market Day on Saturday 3 December 2022.
We're proud to partner with Golden Plains Shire Council to deliver the Create and Connect Program for community members who are living with dementia or experiencing early onset dementia and their carers or companions.
We are delighted to let you know that library services have resumed from the new Queenscliff Library (55 Hesse Street) as of Monday 26 September.
All Geelong Regional Libraries' branches and Mobile Libraries will be closed on Thursday 22 and Friday 23 September due to public holidays.
Saving Family Stories will provide people in the local community with free access to equipment and technical support to scan, save, edit and share old negatives, slides, video footage and photographs. This project will allow precious family stories and treasured memories to be shared and enjoyed, and digitally preserved for generations to come.
Together with nbn co we invite you to upcoming drop-in sessions to learn more about the nbn access network. Nbn co will have representatives aboard our mobile libraries in Golden Plains Shire and Colac Otway Shire Council who can help: