An age-friendly community encourages people of all ages to take part in community activities.
Information about the age-friendly community grants program including the amount of funding available, who can apply and how to apply.
Find out about support and services for older Queenslanders, including information about retirement, concessions, home support, health, transport, recreation and more.
The government coordinates and funds a range of initiatives to promote the wellbeing, participation and safety of older Queenslanders.
Seniors Week is an opportunity for Queenslanders of all ages to join together and celebrate the valuable contributions of older people.
Find out how to get advice and support if you or someone you know is experiencing elder abuse.
Grandparents Day is a chance for everyone to thank grandparents for their love and support.
Applications for the first round of the Age-friendly Community Grants are now open. We are looking for innovative local outdoor spaces and buildings, housing, or transport projects that will enable people of all ages to actively participate in community life.
Elder abuse is often hidden away—people aren't willing to talk about it, or make excuses to justify abusive behaviour. This needs to change. Everyone needs to know there's no excuse for elder abuse.
The action plan provides a clear way forward to build an age-friendly state where Queenslanders regardless of their age, can stay active and connected, and contribute economically, socially and culturally.
The Queensland Government provides a range of information and services for seniors. Find out more about retirement, staying connected, concessions, safety and protection, grandparenting, as well as how to get a Seniors Card.