Water restrictions from 18 Sep 2018 - Water restrictions apply to all Council water supply schemes:

Medium level (200 litres/person/day) - Cambooya, Cecil Plains, Clifton, Greenmount, Hodson Vale, Pittsworth, Vale View & Yarraman schemes.

Continuation of permanent conservation measures (200 litres/person/day) - Toowoomba Bulk Water Supply Scheme (Oakey, Jondaryan, Haden, Crows Nest, Highfields, Kingsthorpe, Gowrie Junction, Meringandan, Toowoomba City, Westbrook and Goombungee)

What's on in our libraries

Mum reads book to child

An exciting range of activities, special events and competitions are held in Toowoomba Region libraries. Check out our online calendar to find what's on at your libraryTo see the activities specific to your local library, select the location within the calendar. 


School Holidays – STEM Punks

Toowoomba Region Libraries is partnering with STEM Punks to deliver Drone Coding: Search and Rescue sessions in the first week of the September school holidays. In this immersive STEM program, children will discover how drones can be programmed to solve autonomous tasks and explore the physics of multi-rotor flight. They will also look at how the drones operate, and the system components that make up the drone. The combined learnings of the day will see children apply the skills of coding and drone flight to complete a Drone Search and Rescue Mission.

These sessions will be run in all 11 Toowoomba Region Libraries, please contact your local branch, or view the Events calendar for more information. The Drone Coding: Search and Rescue program is supported by an Advance Queensland Engaging Science Grant provided by the Queensland Government.


September - October School Holiday Program

It's that time of year again! Your local library has lots of activities for all ages during the holiday break.Our full range of school holiday activities can be found here. Contact your local library to make an enquiry and/or booking.


Write around Toowoomba: A showcase of local writers from around the Toowoomba region

When: 10 am - 5 pm Wednesday 10 October
Where: Level 2, Toowoomba City Library (Google map)

Write around Toowoomba is a showcase of local writers from around the Toowoomba region. The one day event will tie in with the Unleash the Beast Writing and Wellbeing Symposium being held in Level 3 Community Meeting rooms and the Annex, in the Toowoomba Civic Precinct on Wednesday 10 October 2018, at the Toowoomba City Library.

Write around Toowoomba is a free event for people of all ages to meet and speak with published writers in the Toowoomba area. Seven local Toowoomba writers will be sharing insights into their writing and publishing process, and discover the stories behind their books and successful blog.

Authors speaking on the day in the City Library include:

  • Tania Cox – Children’s writer
  • Catherine T Wilson and Catherine A Wilson – Historical fiction writers
  • Susanne Bellamy - Rural fiction
  • Steve Claydon – Adult and Children’s writer
  • Lynda Crawford – Successful writer of the Toowoomba Living Blog
  • Terese Eglington – Children’s writer
  • Adele Jones – YA writer

This is a free event, and bookings are essential. Please contact staff  or phone 4688 6670 for more details.


Friends of the Library book sale date claimers

Toowoomba City Library, level 3, 153 - 155 Herries Street

  • Friday 26 October (9 am - 4 pm)
  • Saturday 27 October (9 am to 2 pm)


First 5 Forever: Baby Rhyme Time and Story Time 

Babies and young children learn best by listening and interacting with the important adults in their lives during everyday activities – whether that’s talking about what you can see on the way to the park, singing nursery rhymes, pointing out something you both view out the window or learning new words while shopping for groceries. Free Baby Time and Story Time sessions are now being run at various locations throughout Toowoomba. First 5 Forever is an initiative of the Queensland Government and the State Library of Queensland.

Click here for session times


Anime Club at the Toowoomba City Library

Join us as we watch anime, talk manga, eat food, do a little gaming and host cosplay and trivia competitions. Movies of a G, PG, and M rating will be shown.

Times: Held on the last Friday of the month during term time only, 4 to 5.30pm
Ages: Anime Club is open to ages 12 to 18 only. 
Bookings: Not required.

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