Free library access as you travel through rural areas

THE State Library of Queensland has collaborated with local governments to provide free public library services to people travelling through rural areas.

The Tourist Card is an initiative of Rural Libraries Queensland (RLQ), a network of libraries in regions with populations less than 15,000.

The RLQ Tourist Card is available to anyone travelling through outback and regional Queensland, and provides free access to more than 250,000 audiobooks, eBooks, books, music, movies and more for six months.

Tourist members can borrow items at any rural library and return them to another.

To request a free RLQ Tourist Card, visit bit.ly/1DyzCTB.


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