We are moving to Level 2 Water Restrictions from Monday 4 December
Fraser Coast residents and community groups will be able to access a “Plant to Plate” Seed Library to help grow their own gardens and then donate seeds back once their plants have grown.
The Hervey Bay pop-up library will continue to operate at the Hervey Bay Regional Gallery until 20 January 2024 while work to replace the library building’s roof and air conditioning is completed.
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious young Fraser Coast authors and poets have been recognised in the 2023 Mary Poppins Literary Competition and shared almost $2000 in prize money.
Fraser Coast readers and writers can now snap up free tickets to the region’s premier literary event, featuring Olympic swimmer Lisa Curry reflecting on her extraordinary life and experiences.
A T-rex cat ready to burst off the page, the joyous dance of whales and the coastline featured in the designs chosen as the winners in the Fraser Coast Libraries’ 2023 Design-a-Bookmark competition.
Hervey Bay Library services will be provided from a temporary pop-up facility across the road and alternative venues for up to four months while the library roof is replaced.
The Fraser Coast Libraries has launched its annual Design-a-bookmark competition. Unleash your artistic talent.
Fraser Coast residents are embracing the many free services and resources available at local libraries.
Exploring the region and Fraser Coast Libraries’ services with the new Playtime Passport can score young families stickers, a free book and a host of special memories.
New Fraser Coast library cards featuring artwork by local children who entered the Design a Library Card Competition will be available next year.
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious young Fraser Coast authors and poets have been recognised in the 2022 Mary Poppins Literary Competition and shared almost $2000 in prize money.
Fraser Coast Libraries is looking for a new design of its library cards and is asking creative local youngsters to put forward ideas.
Families in smaller communities on the Fraser Coast will be able to attend pop-up Under 5 Time sessions and borrow books and toys when an eye-catching new First 5 Forever van hits the road.
Fraser Coast school children are invited to enter the Mary Poppins Literary Competition presented by The Proud Marys Association with the support of Fraser Coast Libraries.
The Howard Library will be closed from May 21 until early July to allow the building to be extended in the first stage of a wider renovation.