- General enquiries 13 QGOV (13 74 68)
- Women's Infolink 1800 177 577
Am I normal?
During Women’s Health Week 2016 (5 to 9 September) women are being encouraged to talk openly about health issues such as weight, body image, sex and relationships, and mental health.
Queensland Budget 2016-17: Women’s outcomes statement
The Queensland Government values diversity and recognises the benefits to women, and to Queensland overall, of women’s achievement. Learn more about the Queensland Budget 2016-17 allocations to advance gender equality.
Join the movement
This campaign is part of our Start Playing Stay Playing initiative to get more women active for life – whoever you are, whatever your ability, and wherever you live.
Queensland Women’s Strategy 2016-21
The Queensland Women’s Strategy is a five-year plan for how government, business and the community can work together to achieve gender equality.
Queensland Women 2015
Find out where Queensland women and girls stand when it comes to safety, education and training, employment and economic security, leadership, housing, and health and wellbeing.
Trust your instinct
Domestic and family violence takes many forms and can sometimes have fatal consequences. If you are concerned someone you know is being abused, don't let your concern become regret. Trust your instinct - call DV Connect on 1800 811 811.
Get on board
We have set 2 targets for women on boards, including 50% female representation on Queensland Government boards by 2020. Find out how to join.
Women’s money toolkit
MoneySmart’s toolkit for women has tips and tools to help you manage your money, gain an edge on your finances, and deal with life’s ups and downs.
Find a support service online
Search our online database to find contact details for support services relevant to Queensland women and girls.