Burleigh Heads Library


Burleigh Heads Library
Burleigh Heads Library has a prime location opposite the beach at Burleigh Heads. It's a favourite of both locals and visitors, and has a large children's area that's regularly packed with young families.

The library is the third oldest in the city, opened by Gold Coast Council Mayor Ern Harley in 1967. It was upgraded in 1979, 1991 and 2024. Above the library is the City's Fradgley Hall events space. Find out more about the history of our libraries on our Gold Coast Stories website.



Burleigh Heads Library is located on Park Avenue, opposite Burleigh Heads Bowls Club and next to the Alex Black Carpark.


The City's Alex Black Carpark offers paid parking directly outside the library. Accessible parking spaces are provided for people with disabilities. There is also street parking nearby.

During your visit, please follow directional signage, maintain good hand and respiratory hygiene and practice social distancing. Please stay at home if you're unwell.


Burleigh Heads Library, Park Avenue, Burleigh Heads 4220  View Map

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