General Community Facilities
Explore why over 1.7million people use our library services each year. Our library service offers:
- friendly, helpful and knowledgeable staff
- transformational business support resources
- a diverse range of eBooks and eAudiobooks for the whole family
- resources to support education at home
- eNewspapers and eMagazines to help you keep up to date with the latest news around the world
- online upskilling to help you achieve your goals
With a passionate team of staff, we are committed to making a positive difference to the lives of our residents, families and local businesses.
Logan Central Library services:
- Wheelchair access
- Accessible parking
- Accessible toilets
- Automatic height adjustable table with PC
- Adaptive keyboard
- Trackball mouse
- Home Library Service
- Public access PCs
- Free Wi-Fi
- DVD pods
- Free technology classes
- Meeting Rooms
- Book clubs
- What's on at your library
- Community Languages collection
- Borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks
- Enjoy eNewspapers and eMagazines
- Collaborative work areas
- Study carrels
- Study rooms
- Online learning tools
- Off street parking
- Baby change facilities
About Hive Central
Hive Central, located at Logan Central Library, is one of two free to use co-working spaces. Membership is available to registered business members of Logan City Council Libraries.
The space is a purpose-designed venue for working, networking and collaboration. Small business owners or people starting out in business can access the resources.
Both Hive Central and Hive West host regular business-focused events and activities. Staff have designed sessions to support the development of business skills.
Registering as a business member is free and you can join at any Logan City Council Library. For more information please visit Hive Online or phone Logan Central Library on 07 3412 4100.
About Local Studies
Local Studies is located at Logan Central Library and contains a wealth of information on Logan's unique history. You can access the Local Studies collection of books, newspapers, files, photos and much more. Public programs are held in the Local Studies room, where you can learn about researching family and our local heritage, or attend one of the many talks on history and heritage.
Local Studies has useful information to assist in the search for local history:
Search for your family history through the following links:
About Nyeumba Meta
Welcome to Nyeumba-Meta. Nyeumba-Meta is a space and collection at Logan Central Library that was aims to increase respect for Australian First Nations People. Nyeumba Meta was named in consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents, to reflect the Yugambeh and Torres Strait languages. Nyeumba in Yugambeh language means "teaching or learning". Meta in Torres Strait language means "house".
The Nyeumba Meta space includes its collection of books and artifacts, artwork and regular Yarning with Our Mob events.
The Nyeumba Meta collection was donated to Logan City Council Libraries in 1998 when the Indigenous Education Unit based at Woodridge State School was closed. Aunty Eileen Williams of the Yugambeh people wished to ensure the collection remained available to the wider community of the City of Logan.
In 2012, a new donation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander items for children was given to the collection by The Salvation Army, Communities for Children, Logan.
The collection includes books, DVDs, jigsaw puzzles and artefacts. These can be used by educational institutions to inform students about Indigenous customs and history.
For more information contact Logan Central Library on 07 3412 4100 or send an email email [email protected].