Queensland

Townsville:

Coordinator: Cherie Davis

Email Contact: townsville@dsnsg.org.au

Phone: Cherie:  0417 182 233

Cairns:

We currently have the lovely Townsville Coordinator looking after Cairns, please email them on cairns@dsnsg.org.au or you can call 1800 037 674

Brisbane:

Coordinator: Delia Kennedy

Brisbane is a green city with an enviable subtropical climate and diverse population. It is one of the fastest-growing cities in Australia and is known for its vibrant urban precincts, the outdoor lifestyle, and friendly locals. Brisbane residents are generally young and skilled, highly educated and culturally diverse. From the natural pleasures of parklands to the urban appeal of art galleries, shopping, and cinemas, Brisbane has it all.

Email Contact: brisbane@dsnsg.org.au

Phone: 0406 123 113

Amberley:

Coordinator: Vacant

Email Contact: amberley@dsnsg.org.au

Phone Contact: 1800 037 674

You need only venture 40 minutes from Brisbane to discover Queensland time-honoured heritage region. Ipswich is packed with surprising new adventures, where the open road leads to beautiful countryside and historic homes. Ipswich is very much a Defence-friendly, vibrant and supportive town. Ipswich residents enjoy the town's proximity to the Gold Coast - only a one hour drive from theme parks!
Suburbs of Ipswich.
Ipswich is a city located in southeast Queensland. Brisbane is located to the east of Ipswich, and the agricultural areas of the Fassifern Valley and Lockyer are located to the west. The city of Ipswich is located on the national road network making it easy to reach a number of major destinations. From Ipswich, you can reach Brisbane in 40 minutes and the Gold Coast in one hour. Popular suburbs include Springfield Lakes, Augustine Heights, Flinders View, Brassall and Yamanto.

Darling Downs:

Coordinator: Vacant

Toowoomba is a picturesque mountain city located in south-east Queensland some 127 kilometers west of the state’s capital, Brisbane. Clinging to the edge of the Great Dividing Range escarpment at an altitude of 700 meters above sea level, Toowoomba affords breathtaking views of Table Top Mountain and the Lockyer Valley region across the east. With a population of over 110,000 people, Toowoomba is the commercial and economic hub of the Darling Downs. For those who have recently moved to the Toowoomba region, the Toowoomba Council has compiled a new resident’s guide to help you settle in and get the most out of the vibrant city and country lifestyle. Click here to find out more.
Suburbs of Toowoomba
Toowoomba Region is made up of one city and many towns and localities. Each area has its own unique history and stunning landscapes. Click here to find out more about the suburbs of Toowoomba.

Email: darling.downs@dsnsg.org.au

Phone: 1800 037 674