If you've been waiting to borrow the latest book by Danielle Steel or Jeffery Deaver, from Monday the library will be able to lend you a copy.
The city's cultural institutions will be opening their doors in line with the latest easing of pandemic restrictions.
Like businesses and other organisations, the library switched to digital services while the doors were shut - with e-books, e-audio books and the storybook library popular among the city's readers.
"We've seen growth in access to our digital collections. We invested in expanding those collections while we were closed," Library manager Karen Tagliapietra said.
However, while the doors will be open on Monday, there are still restrictions in place to protect people.
Ms Tagliapietra said people would be encouraged to keep four square metres away from other people.
"We've had to re-arrange everything," Ms Tagliapietra said.
"Instead of 14 computers, there will be five but they will be free to minimise cash handling," she said.
The library's scanning, printing and photocopying services have been switched to self-service.
"We recognise that technology access is very important, there's a clear need for the community to have access to our technology," she said.
The library's meeting room won't be available as the correct social distancing can't be enforced.
Face-to-face events such as author visits, storytime, rhyme times, seniors and multicultural movies are on hold for the time being.
Opening hours have also been reduced from 9.30am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.
For those who don't want to spend a lot of time in the building, a click, collect and borrow system has been put in place so readers can examine the library's catalogue and pick up the books they're looking for quickly.
"We've tried as much as possible to adapt our services and focus on self-service and safety," Ms Tagliapietra said.
Come June 1, Griffith Regional Art Gallery, the visitor information centre, Pioneer Park Museum and Griffith City Council's administration office will open to the public again.
The Griffith Regional Aquatic and Leisure Centre will open to squad swimmers as well.