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Recommended Links


Medicare and Human Services


The Department of Human Services website encompasses Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support.  The page has links to the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register, Organ Donor Register, Medicare Services, Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme to name but a few. 

Diabetes Australia

Diabetes Australia is a not-for-profit organisation reliant on community support. All funds raised on behalf of the organisation are re-invested into research, health services, provision of self–management products and services, and public awareness.


It offers personalised and practical assistance to benefit people with diabetes and their carers and provides a forum for the development of national policies.

Cancer Council


The Cancer Council Queensland is a community-based organisation dedicated to serving the community in cancer control. The Cancer Council is dynamic, outcome focused, responsive to community needs, committed to volunteerism and the pursuit of excellence in all its activities.


All staff and volunteers of The Cancer Council Queensland, through their work, are actively involved in cancer control.

Heart Foundation


Improving heart health through research and sharing of information - a wealth of information is available on heart health, active living and healthy eating.

Beyond Blue


beyondblue is a national, independent, not-for-profit organisation working to address issues associated with depression, anxiety and related substance misuse disorders in Australia.


Asthma Foundation


Providing asthma information, education, training and advocacy in the community and promoting research.  This website is a partnership between the Asthma Foundations of the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory and Queensland.

Family Planning


Family Planning Queensland (FPQ) is a not for profit organisation. FPQ has provided sexual and reproductive health services to the wider population of Queensland since its first clinic session in 1972.