The Home Hill branch of Burdekin Library will reopen from 1pm tomorrow after receiving an exciting makeover.
The 33-year-old library has been transformed with new shelving, furniture, carpet and a new front desk.
Library Officer Robyn Elphinstone said a dedicated children’s area had also been created and was sure to be popular with families.
“I think people are going to be amazed by the library’s transformation – from top to bottom it is new,” she said.
“We’ve also refreshed our book collection.
“I’d like to thank everyone for their patience and cooperation while the renovations were being conducted.”
Ms Elphinstone invited residents to come down and check out the new space.
“We encourage all residents to come in, join up and enjoy the benefits of their library,” she said.
“There are books but we also have DVDs, free internet for library members, a photocopying and scanning service and some great programs, including Storytime and Baby Rhyme Time.”
“It’s a real community space.”