State Library Of Queensland, Brisbane

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Although the seating sections in this top-class facility are quite comfortable, State Library Of Queensland is far more than just a place to read books. You’ll discover a strong reference section, access to computers, and workshop areas. A digital culture center called The Edge offers Internet training. The library houses the 1892 Manifesto of the Queensland Labour Party to the people of Queensland and The Margaret Lawrie Collection of Torres Strait Island Materials, both recognized by UNESCO’s prestigious Memory of the World Australian Register. Using our custom trip planner, Brisbane attractions like State Library Of Queensland can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Please google the website for details of all the things you can do. I was going there daily when I was a tourist. There is a café, a shop, a child's play area with stories, activities, tee pee (for al...  more »
  • Very impressive building - great place to go if you want a free computer use-water and a great view out the window. But the whole place felt like an expensive white elephant - so much empty space it j...  more »
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  • Would recommend the 2nd or 3rd floors when using the computers. You can remain logged on for 3 hours and are considerably quieter than the ground floor.
  • Amazing place with modern facilities and wide range of books and computers to access in a very convenient location right beside public transport.
  • Librarians are very helpful, variety of resources, ability to book rooms for meetings, different areas available where you can sit and read.
  • Amazing library with free decent speed wifi. Features a wide variety of good spots for a read or general studying. The library is really well organized and might not trigger you when you walk past by it. When you walk inside it though, you'll find yourself immersed in great architecture all over. The red box or glass cube is an absolute highlight, a perfect spot to relax and overlook the Brisbane River.
  • I love this place they also have a playground on for the kids and a awesome histpry section and recipe books

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