A Place to Meet

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Mapleton Community Library is owned by the community and operated by volunteers.

The Library is a place to relax, read or study . . . and meet friends.

Opening hours:

  • Monday to Friday 2pm to 5pm
  • Saturday 9am to 12 noon

The Library is closed on all Public Holidays.

Phone number: (07) 5445 7011 during library hours only.

The Library Catalogue

To access the Mapleton Community Library Catalogue, please click on the following link:

Mapleton Catalogue


The Community Library offers the following –

  • regular Book Sales and mini markets
  • internet – free if using your own device
  • computers for personal use at the library
  • book covering, laminating, printing and photocopying
  • computer lessons
  • art exhibitions from local artisans
  • Justice of the Peace services
  • regular social and community Events – refer to the Events page for details

Special events for children include –

  • Children’s Storytelling on the first Saturday morning of each month at 10:30am.
  • Preparing for Prep workshops – Tuesdays during third term – 9am to 11am. Free
  • Children art classes, craft and puzzle mornings

Sponsored by Sunshine Coast Regional Council and numerous local businesses and organisations.

Join the Mapleton Community Library

If you live on or near the Blackall Range please drop in and become a member of this wonderful community library. Contact Us for more information.

Annual Membership – Running the library is a costly exercise, so borrowing books, CDs, DVDs & audio books requires a small annual membership fee of $10.  Membership renewals are due in June of each year.

Benefits of Membership:

  1. Ten books and magazines may be borrowed per membership
  2. Reserve a book or magazine over the telephone [during Library hours],  use our online catalogue or send us an email mapletonlibrary@gmail.com
  3. Renew a book by sending an email to mapletonlibrary@gmail.com
  4. Nominate a new book for purchase and be the first to read it
  5. Purchase preread, discounted books at bargain prices at our inhouse Everyday Book Shop
  6. Provide a review to other members of the community on a book you have read
  7. An opportunity to volunteer and be part of a fun team who help organise and run the library