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Strong community vision

City of Gold Coast works hard to address issues that affect everyone in our community. We also identify and work with groups that need specialised support.

National Relay Service for the hearing impaired Language translation services

Anti-discrimination and advocacy for people with disabilities


There are organisations who help people with disabilities if they feel they are being treated unfairly because of their disability. This can include difficulty in accessing a building, reading information on the Internet or being able to use a service.


The following organisations or information may help a person with a disability who is being abused, neglected or exploited:

Systems advocacy

Queensland Advocacy Incorporated (QAI) is an independent, community-based systems and legal advocacy organisation for people with disability in Queensland, Australia.

QAI does not provides advocacy for individuals - it works to bring about change through advocacy at a government or organisational level. Visit the QAI website shown in Related Information below.

Gold Coast Disability Community Network

The Gold Coast Disability Community Network (formally the Disability Task Force) is a non-incorporated group of disability providers operating across the Gold Coast region. The Network has evolved to become a planning group, engaging with main service providers and funding agencies, in identifying service gaps and developing opportunities to address them. The network operates on a model of integrated family support to achieve mutually agreed objectives.

The network exists to enhance collaborative connections within the disability sector through collective knowledge and shared resources to better meet the needs of people with disabilities, their families and carers within the Gold Coast community.

For more information, call 07 5551 0276 or email

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