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Upcoming Holiday Opening Hours Information

Our libraries observe the following holidays according to their municipalities:

Geelong Show -  Friday 20 October
Bannockburn Library will be closed. All other libraries are open on this day.

Geelong Cup - Wednesday 25 October
Only three libraries will be OPEN on this day - Bannockburn, Queenscliff and Torquay. All other libraries will be closed and the Bellarine-Surf Coast Mobile Library Service to Portarlington will not operate.

Melbourne Cup - Tuesday 7 November
Torquay and Queenscliff Libraries will be closed and the Bellarine-Surf Coast Mobile Library service to Lorne and Aireys Inlet will not operate.

Wherever you are we wish you an enjoyable holiday.

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