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Volunteers are valuable to our communities. Being a volunteer is a great way to make new friends and get involved in your community

Our shared vision for a vibrant Neighbourhood Centre system

Through Our shared vision, the Queensland Government and Neighbourhood Centre sector aim to support Neighbourhood Centres across Queensland to build vibrant, inclusive, and cohesive communities.

Learn ways to help support people at risk to stay safe before, during and after a disaster.

Plan ahead – New resources to support people at risk

If you work with people experiencing homelessness, the new Person-Centred Emergency Preparedness (P-CEP) Homelessness Outreach toolkit can help you to reduce the impact of disaster for people experiencing homelessness.

Stylised design created by Leigh Harris which includes the words Reconciliation Action Plan July 2023 to June 2025

Launching our new Reconciliation Action Plan

The new 2023-2025 RAP outlines key commitments to enhance cultural capability within the public sector, as well as the work each agency will do to support the establishment of a First Nations Treaty Institute, a Truth-telling and Healing Inquiry, an Interim Truth and Treaty Body and a Path to Treaty Office.

Treaty logo displaying the words historic step for path to treaty

Path to Treaty Bill 2023 passes in Queensland Parliament

The legislation reflects the Queensland Government’s commitment to Path to Treaty and establishes the First Nations Treaty Institute and the Truth-telling and Healing Inquiry in law.

Neighbourhood Centre Week – 13 to 19 May!

The Queensland Government funds over 120 Neighbourhood Centres across the state. Why not plan a visit to your local Neighbourhood Centre, where you can access support and services, meet new friends and enjoy one of the many activities on offer.

Find your nearest Neighbourhood centres.