Welcome to Cassowary Coast Libraries
Cassowary Coast Libraries is a welcoming, inclusive place for all members of the community. Each branch provides comfortable reading spaces, computer and Wi-Fi access and a range of programs and services.
Cassowary Coast Libraries is a service of Cassowary Coast Regional Council.
Night at the Library
Celebrate Children's Book Week: Reading is my Secret Power.
Dress up and bring a torch for Night at the Library! Explore the library after dark with lots of fun activities. Suitable for ages 5+ (with an adult). Bookings essential.
Wongaling Beach Library 6pm-7pm Monday 19 August
Innisfail Regional Library 6pm - 7pm Tuesday 20 August
Tully Library 6pm - 7pm Wednesday 21 August
Junior Steamers - Ages 8 -12
Now at ALL branches!
Register NOW for Junior Steamers - a fun 4 week STEAM program that fuses art and design and fuels creativity. For children age 8 to 12.
Spaces are limited, so please ensure participants are able to attend all 4 sessions* before registering. To book your place, call us on 1300 366 616.
STEAM combines Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths in a range of activities that encourages problem solving, collaboration and creativity.
Tully Library - every Friday 3.15 to 4.15 - 30 August to 20 September
Wongaling Library - every Tuesday 3.15 to 4.15pm - 27 August to 17 September
Cardwell Library - session times coming soon
Good Reading's Hub for Book Lovers gives you free and open access to loads of articles about books and authors, plus independant reviews of the latest books. There are many by Australian and New Zealand authors, as well as some old favourites that we need to be reminded of, just because they are so good! Access the digital version of the Good Reading print magazine, SpineOut e-magazine for teens and PK Mag e-magazine for kids.
For more information, go to our eLibrary page
Library services and resources are funded by Council and the Queensland State Government. Cassowary Coast Libraries receives financial assistance from the Queensland Government through the State Library of Queensland.