Tours

Tours will take place on Friday 3 August 2018. Tour places are limited so you must be pre-registered to attend.

Cost: $45 (incl. GST) per tour (Tour costs do not include public transport tickets which should be purchased by delegates on the day.)

Locations and the order of visits are still to be confirmed and may change on the day.

Tour 1: Gold Coast South Libraries
9:00am-1:00pm

This half-day tour will travel by bus to two university libraries: Bond University (John & Alison Kearney Main and Law Libraries, Multimedia Learning Centre), and Southern Cross University Gold Coast campus library. The visit to Bond University will include a tour of the largest private collection of Australian indigenous art on public display.  

Morning tea will be provided.

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Tour 2: Gold Coast North Libraries
8:00am-2:30pm

This tour will travel by bus to visit two City of Gold Coast libraries, a university library and a school library. The libraries to be visited on this tour include City of the Gold Coast libraries (Southport & Local Studies Library, Upper Coomera Library), Griffith University Gold Coast campus (Library and Learning Commons) and St Stephen’s College iCentre.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

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Tour 3: Brisbane Central Libraries
8:00am-5.30pm

This tour travelling by bus and train to the centre of Brisbane will involve short walks of approximately 1km between South Bank Station, QUT Gardens Point campus Library (including HiQ), Brisbane City Brisbane Square Library and the State Library of Queensland, returning to South Brisbane Station for the return journey via train and tram to the Convention Centre.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

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Tour 4: Brisbane Education Libraries (Schools and QUT)
8:00am-5:30pm

This tour travelling by bus, train, minibus and tram will visit 2 school libraries and a university library. Libraries to be visited are All Hallows School (Potter Library and McAuley Library including Makerspaces), Brisbane Girls Grammar School Research Learning Centre and QUT Gardens point campus Library including HiQ and The Cube.

Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

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