The Gold Coast Community Directory is a one stop shop of community groups, services and facilities on offer across the Gold Coast. With more than 2600 listings, the directory makes it easy for residents, visitors and organisations to connect with community based services in their local area.
Listings include City services and facilities, information and counselling services, seniors’ services, disability services, health services, sports and community clubs, and interest groups.
The Gold Coast Community Directory is a joint venture between the City of Gold Coast and the Gold Coast Community Legal Centre and Advice Bureau.
Visit our online version of the directory for convenient and up to date information, customised search results and additional functionality such as mapping.
Community based groups, organisations and service providers can register or change their information online at any time.
Follow the links below to view search tips, information for community organisations including how to list in the online directory free of charge, and member features.
The 2018-19 Gold Coast Community Directory publication includes a comprehensive summary of the City of Gold Coast's programs, services and facilities and their relevant contact details as well as an A-Z guide of community groups, services and facilities on offer across the city.
The HealthyGC online directory lists more than 2300 local health and well-being programs and services across the city, making it easy to find general practices, pharmacists, mental health programs and service providers, aged care services, local support groups and allied health care professionals.
The directory, managed by the Gold Coast Primary Health Network, provides community members and health professionals with reliable and consistent information about local health services.
Visit the HealthyGC directory to connect with health service providers in your community and find out how Gold Coast health professionals and support organisations can list their services and programs free of charge.Back Return to top