Do you have the need to read?

You could head to Dymocks or a Council library, or there could be a micro library hiding somewhere on your street and you just don’t know it yet.

‘Street Libraries’ are basically enclosed bookshelves that are set up by the community, for the community.

They work off an honesty policy – most are take a book, leave a book type operations.

They are free to use and who knows you could find a gem!

There are around 60 street libraries across Brisbane and they come in all shapes and sizes.

Street Library Telephone Box, Chelmer. Source: Katie Forbes

The locations are all registered online – click HERE to find out where your nearest one is!

Happy reading!

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