The SRC Mission
To encourage a continued love of reading and ongoing multi-literacy skills development in children and young people during the summer holidays.
Who runs the SRC Program?
Development of the SRC program is led by the State Library of Queensland, in partnership with the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), the Australian Public Library Alliance (APLA) and other state and public libraries across Australia.
When can I participate?
Read more frequently asked questions from our Club Members.
More information on involvement in the Summer Reading Club Program is available on the Summer Reading Club Program site.
Follow these links to information for:
For suggestions on how you can encourage and support your child’s participation in the Summer Reading Club, both online and in your local participating library, visit the Information for Parents and Caregivers page
Involvement in the Summer Reading Club is easy, cost effective and fun. Ideas and resources for implementing the Summer Reading Club in your library are provided on the Summer Reading Club Program site.
Discover how you can use the online Summer Reading Club activities in your classroom.
The Summer Reading Club gratefully acknowledges the support and contributions of its Partners and Sponsors. The in-kind donations received from our partners and sponsors enable the awarding of prizes to registered participants who enter the online Summer Reading Club activities.
Share your feedback or ask questions about the SRC program by:
Summer Reading Club
c/o State Library Queensland–LYPS
PO Box 3488, South Brisbane, QLD 4101
+61 7 3840 7853