Riverway Library

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Townsville City Council is seeking feedback on community sentiment towards opportunities that exist with the upcoming move of the Thuringowa Library to the Riverway precinct. The move encompasses an overhaul of the current Riverway Arts Centre, creating a future focused, mixed-use facility that catalyses new industries, provides safe 24 hour community facilities and provides a space for local businesses to operate and innovate.

This relocation will co-locate a modern and innovative library facility with outside amenities including free public swimming pools, a 'maker-space' and tool library, 24 hour community facilities and safe spaces for at-risk young people, parent and kitchen facilities, recording and sound studios with a focus on podcast facilities and 24 hour digital facilities to support the growing remote workforce.

Residents are invited to Have Your Say on the opportunities associated with this move and provide feedback and opinion on any additional community facilities or services that may be investigated by completing the survey found below.

The Riverway Library public consultation will be open from Friday 25 June to Friday 23 July 2021.

Council thanks you for your contribution in shaping the direction of our exciting new library space! A copy of the Public Consultation Report is available in the document library to the right of this page.

Townsville City Council is seeking feedback on community sentiment towards opportunities that exist with the upcoming move of the Thuringowa Library to the Riverway precinct. The move encompasses an overhaul of the current Riverway Arts Centre, creating a future focused, mixed-use facility that catalyses new industries, provides safe 24 hour community facilities and provides a space for local businesses to operate and innovate.

This relocation will co-locate a modern and innovative library facility with outside amenities including free public swimming pools, a 'maker-space' and tool library, 24 hour community facilities and safe spaces for at-risk young people, parent and kitchen facilities, recording and sound studios with a focus on podcast facilities and 24 hour digital facilities to support the growing remote workforce.

Residents are invited to Have Your Say on the opportunities associated with this move and provide feedback and opinion on any additional community facilities or services that may be investigated by completing the survey found below.

The Riverway Library public consultation will be open from Friday 25 June to Friday 23 July 2021.

Council thanks you for your contribution in shaping the direction of our exciting new library space! A copy of the Public Consultation Report is available in the document library to the right of this page.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    Consultation has concluded
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