Inclusive communities

Networks

Bundaberg Region Inclusive Community Comittee (BRICC)

Purpose

The Bundaberg Region Inclusive Communities Committee (BRICC) has been established to provide advice to council and its key stakeholders on current and emerging social issues and trends within the Bundaberg community.

Aim

Inspired by the 2031 Bundaberg Region Community Plan the Bundaberg Region Inclusive Communities Committee will work collaboratively towards engaging in partnerships to achieve:

  • A connected community full of life, safeguarding our wellbeing, connecting our community and enhancing our quality lifestyle
  • An empowered and creative place by embracing the creativity of its residents, celebrating diversity and encouraging lifelong learning
For Community

Subscribe now to receive by email, the Bundaberg Regional Council's 'Bundy Region Connect’ newsletter with the latest news on community trends, activities, resources, grants, events, learning opportunities, and council venues available for hire.

View our community directory to find local clubs or groups in the region.

To check out what events are happening across the region, visit: whatsonbundaberg.com.au/.

For Local Service Providers

If you're a local service provider, community group or agency and would like to learn more about what is happening in Bundaberg please email comdev@bundaberg.qld.gov.au to be added to our Community E-News mailing list to receive weekly updates.

Bundaberg Regional Council supports the following community networks in working towards better opportunities for the Bundaberg community.

  • Seniors Network
  • Family and Baby Network
  • All Abilities Alliance
  • Welfare Support Network
  • Child Protection Group
  • Neighbourhood Centre Interagency meetings: Gin Gin, Childers, Bundaberg

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