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Boost your mood

A new program of self-help books, mood boosting books and wellbeing workshops.

A morning with novelist Lisa Walker


Stream and view over 3500 films to your computer or mobile devices.


Double the love

Romance writing discussion with Anne Gracie and Barbara Hannay. Find out why they love writing romance, why it's the most popular genre, and whether you could write romance too. Elanora Branch Library on 23 March at 13.30am - 11.30am.

Double the love

Discover beach reads

Discover beach reads and attend author events as part of the fabulous Bleach* Festival.

Discover beach reads


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City Libraries has 13 branches and a mobile library service, providing access to nearly one million items in regular and large print, audio and electronic formats, as well as free community access to computers, wifi, and community meeting rooms. We offer an exciting program of activities and events designed to inspire, entertain and inform. We also offer valuable community spaces for you to connect, learn and relax. Membership is available to all Gold Coast residents and ratepayers.

Explore our website and make the most of your membership today.


One Click Digital eaudiobook of the month

Bring up the Bodies is the much anticipated squel to the Man Booker prize-winning Wolf Hall

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Beamafilm of the month

The Outlaw Michael Howe chronicles the astonishing true story of the man who pushed Australia to the brink of civil war.

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Choose from over eight million songs to download or stream on your computer or mobile device.

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World Vital Records

A growing collection of Australian and International databases perfect for family history research. 

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Online ebook club


This month, we're discussing Cheryl Strayed's Wild, a memoir about walking the Pacific Crest Trail solo.

For more information, visit Online ebook club.




Fun  and educational learnng activities for children aged 5 - 15.

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