About Northside Connect

Northside Connect aims to build and encourage the local aspirations our north Brisbane community. Based in Nundah, we provide services such as legal advice, domestic violence support, practical relief from life stressors as well as a safe place to connect and reinforce the sense of community.

Started by a group of volunteers in November 1991 as the Nundah Community Support Group, our name has changed to reflect the wide range of support we offer the Brisbane north side community however our values and commitment to community remain the same.

Northside Connect employs a small multi-disciplinary team and relies heavily on the generosity of over 60 volunteers to deliver our community-focused services and programs.

Our purpose-built centre in Nundah

Featuring disability access, multifunctional event spaces for community events and facilities for our legal and domestic violence services. We run several events throughout the year that celebrate diversity in our community and are active participants of the annual Nundah Festival.

It takes a village

Northside Connect relies on the generous support and funding from the State and Federal Governments, local businesses, and community initiatives. Our programs are funded through recurrent funding from theDepartment of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy and Federal Attorney General and Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney General through the National Partnership Agreement, with supplementary funding from project and one off funding grants, sponsorship, fundraising and donations.

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Training: Group Facilitator Training for working with Women who have experienced domestic and family violence