- Last updated:
- 28 May 2020
Our communities are moving through various stages of the Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and economic recovery. During this time, the best way to stay safe is to be well informed and follow advice from a reliable source. Council has put together key updates and information on dedicated COVID-19 webpages:
- Local impacts, council’s response and the status of council facilities
- Federal, state and local government information and key support agencies
- Australian Government library of translated information
See the Queensland Government's Roadmap to easing restrictions (stage 1).
This roadmap outlines a staged approach to giving Queenslanders more freedom to:
- participate in more activities
- attend more gatherings.
You can also read the Queensland Government's FAQs about easing restrictions.
We have also put together more information to help you find local support:
Links for charities and not-for-profit community organisations
Individuals and families
Links for young people, seniors and people with a disability
Advice and services for students from overseas
Children and home education
Resources and tools to help parents and carers
Multicultural services and support
Help for migrants and people with from a non- English speaking background
First nations services and support
Help and advice for First Nation peoples
Housing, food and financial support
Contact details for food support services and links to helpful sites about housing and financial services
Federal, state and local governments are all providing support for small businesses who are affected by novel coronavirus.