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Built between 1920 and 1930, the heritage-listed City Hall is seen as the heart of Brisbane and has been the backdrop to many cultural, social and civic events.

Having undergone a $215 million restoration, City Hall is the perfect place to explore Brisbane’s history with daily guided tours showcasing the Main Auditorium, Father Henry Willis Organ and the iconic clock tower.

The Museum of Brisbane, another feature of City Hall, showcases artworks from the City of Brisbane collection as well as contemporary exhibitions by some of the city’s leading artists.

Built between 1920 and 1930, the heritage-listed City Hall is seen as the heart of Brisbane and has been the backdrop to many cultural, social and civic events.

Having undergone a $215 million restoration, City Hall is the perfect place to explore Brisbane’s history with daily guided tours showcasing the Main Auditorium, Father Henry Willis Organ and the iconic clock tower.

The Museum of Brisbane, another feature of City Hall, showcases artworks from the City of Brisbane collection as well as contemporary exhibitions by some of the city’s leading artists.

Accessibility features at libraries

Brisbane City Council libraries provide a large range of accessible materials in various formats, including large-print books and magazines, audio books and downloadable content that can be accessed via the online library catalogue, eLibCat.

 

Additionally, libraries provide the following facilities and services:

  • most of Council’s libraries have facilities for wheelchair access
  • many library meeting rooms are equipped with hearing loops
  • libraries offer a free home library service and audiobook postal service to Brisbane residents who are unable to visit a library because of frailty, disability or long-term illness
  • all public internet computers have an interface that includes an on-screen keyboard, narrator and magnifier
  • every library has access to a computer with ergonomic arms and adaptive peripherals, including BigKeys keyboards and ergonomic mice.

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