The new Library and Cultural Centre in Helensvale is opening up its doors for residents of Surfers Paradise and Main Beach real estate, after 18 months of construction.
The $21 million project officially opened on July 17, and will provide Surfers Paradise property locals with a number of new and improved community facilities.
People will be able to enjoy an expanded library book collection, improved public computer and Wi-Fi access, multi-purpose meeting rooms, rehearsal spaces, a customer service centre, and a 200 seat auditorium.
The cultural centre will also host a recording studio and digital media lab for local people in the area to use.
"The inclusion of cultural facilities to the expanded Helensvale Library delivers on a key element of the recently released draft Culture Strategy. It provides opportunities for residents to access and deliver diverse cultural experiences that are distinctly Gold Coast," said Gold Coast mayor Tom Tate in a July 17 statement.
Mr Tate stated that the opening of the new centre will allow for increased community engagement in the area, which will help to build a stronger community.
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