Community Groups

Group Description Contact
ADFAS (Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society Inc) Discover a world of decorative and fine arts. Be entertained and informed by a series of professionally illustrated Arts’ lectures by respected Australian and International speakers. 32 Bolsover Street, Rockhampton, Rockhampton 4700
Entrepeneurs Capricorn Toastmasters Toastmasters empowers individuals to become more effective communicators and leaders. Our club provides a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which each individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, which foster self-confidence and personal growth. John Sleigh +61400753444
Capricorn Conservation Council CCC has been the peak environmental advocacy group in Central Queensland for nearly 50 years.  We advocate for better environmental policy from all decision-makers, we lead and support local groups on campaigns to protect our natural assets and we promote the exchange of knowledge to empower our community in protecting and sustainably managing our environment. Katlin Tilly 0437420496
Capricorn Film Festival The Capricorn Film Festival is Central Queensland’s premiere film organisation providing leadership and professionalism in administering an annual film competition, inspiration and mentorship in film and media education and the exhibition of quality domestic and international cinema to provide an avenue for participation by Central Queensland students, artists and community members. Luke Graham (07) 4972 9167
Capricorn Tabletop Capricorn Tabletop is your local board and card games community group. We host weekly events every Friday night at the CQ University refectory. Visit our Facebook Group for latest information. 0423 068 272
The Community Crew Visitors to the centre are able to access support, information and become involved in meeting, learning and sharing each other’s skills and knowledge 80 John Street, Yeppoon
Nursery Natives The nursery produces local provenance native plants, mainly for the purpose of restoring local native vegetation in the community. Yeppoon Landfill at 2745 Yeppoon Road
Event Avengers Event volunteers can undertake a wide variety of roles including marshalling, ushering, drink station attendants, logistics, registration and much more. Livingstone Shire Council, 25 Normanby Street, Yeppoon
Art Partners Council’s events team also manage the arts and culture program for Council and are looking for interested people to join as “Art Partners” and assist with shows/musicals at the town hall, foreshore amphitheater and Emu Park Hall throughout the year. Livingstone Shire Council, 25 Normanby Street, Yeppoon
Co-Ordination Crusaders Disasters can strike at any time and in order to be a resilient community we rely on preparedness and planning prior to an event. Centre of Excellence for Disaster Management, Innovation and Community Resilience, Beaman Park, Yeppooon
Friends of the Beach Friends of the Beach volunteers carry out important activities such as re-vegetation, weed removal, litter collection and monitoring of the different flora and fauna both endemic and exotic. Livingstone Shire Council, 25 Normanby Street, Yeppoon
Shared Spaces The activities volunteers undertake have enhanced the amenity of the Shire, helped to control the spread of weeds and protected local biodiversity resulting in shared spaces being enjoyed by all. Livingstone Shire Council, 25 Normanby Street, Yeppoon
Access Recreation Access Recreation has over 30 years of knowledge and experience providing support for people with a disability within Rockhampton and the surrounding areas. Level 1 – 80 Denham Street,  Rockhampton
Central Queensland Multicultural Association Inc. CQMA is an independent, not-for-profit organization that embraces cultural diversity. Our volunteers and staff respect the social and cultural benefits that arise from cultural diversity and foster innovation, creativity and economic development. Room 31, Building 41, CQUniversity North Rockhampton Campus, Rockhampton QLD 4701 0401 645 571    
Multicultural Australia Multicultural Australia is an independent not-for-profit organisation committed to creating a welcoming community and celebrating diversity. We love to partner with local employers and community groups to create opportunities for vulnerable people in our central Queensland community to build a better future. 108 Alexandra Street,  Kawana 07 4921 2222

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