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Your story is our story.

Everyone has a story. Some stories never leave us, and sometimes they can be hard to tell.
But at Wesley Mission Queensland, your story is our story. 


Retirement living

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Home and community care

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Residential aged care

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Disability and NDIS

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Health and wellbeing therapies

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Mental health and suicide prevention

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Housing and homelessness support

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Wesley Arts

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Palliative and hospice care and support

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Crisis and emergency support

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Business and commercial services

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Church and ceremonial services

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Every year we touch the lives of 100,000 Queenslanders

600 people in need

receive a free meal, sandwich or food parcel each week.

More than 90

young adults call our supported accommodation units home.


3,500 seniors

are supported to lead a fulfilling and independent life.

More than 530

retirees live in our award winning independent retirement villages.

More than 1,000

adults and children received youth and parenting support.

“The staff are wonderful here. I can't speak highly enough of them.”
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Kentish Court aged care community

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Double your impact on WMQ's Giving Day!


Join us on Thursday 2 June as we raise much needed funds for mental health, palliative care, disability and emergency relief.

May 19, 2022


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WMQ retirement offering grows as buyers seek space


WMQ is about to expand its retirement living offering with building work set to begin on Stage Two of Rosemount Retirement Village at Sinnamon Park.

May 3, 2022


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For Morse code Mavis, war memories never fade


At 96 years of age, St Mark's resident Mavis Obst may have lost the touch for her Morse code training, but her memories haven’t faded.

Apr 24, 2022

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