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It is a nice place to study when you need to do some work during your holiday. Large place, comfy seats, good wifi. I chose a table near the kiddie area and it was so noisy! So before you set up your study table, make...More
The library has a range of books, however there is much more available. There is free wifi and computer access (without going into the reading area) as well as free children's programs running during the day.
Our family loves hanging out at SLQ on the weekend. Such an amazing building, beautiful architecture and incredible collections. The cafe is not bad either! The Corner and Asia-Pacific Design library are our favourites. Also a great place to read the paper over a coffee!More
Thank Gillian G
slq_12, Front Office Manager at State Library Of Queensland, responded to this reviewResponded 30 July 2018
Thanks for your review, I am glad your family enjoys visiting State Library. You may also like to take a look at our exhibitions on your next visit. We currently have Lifestyle: a sunshine state of mind in our main gallery on level 2, Islands;...More
Visited the library for a free French movie. The movie was interesting but the seating in the Library for watching movies is a little inadequate. There are three screens across the front of the room - I was seating in the second row but found...More
The Library was very large. It had several reading rooms along the river bank and throughout the library. There were many computers available. They had a display of the Olympic torch including how it was made and what the insides look like. I didn't really...More
Loved looking around, the last time I visited was in the early 90's, a lot has changed.
During school holidays there are a lot of childrens activities.
There are displays that change regularly all are worth looking at.
Ww will certainly be back
slq_12, Front Office Manager at State Library Of Queensland, responded to this reviewResponded 16 July 2018
Thanks for your review, I am pleased to hear you enjoyed your visit to State Library, we hope you will return again.