Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN) is a state-wide organisation of, by, and for people with diverse disability.

All our work is focused on disability rights and advocacy.

QDN’s work is centred around a strong network of people across Queensland and almost 30 peer support groups which inform, connect, lead, and influence change.

We believe there should be ‘nothing about us without us’


We are a vibrant, active network of influencers, decision-makers, spokespeople, consultants, group members and peer leaders with a drive to make change happen.  We also work on projects that align with our vision and mission around important issues in the lives of people with disability. We believe it’s important to work together with communities, services, business, industry and government to lead and influence change.

QDN is a not-for-profit organisation.

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A bustling network of people

QDN life member John thinks “QDN today is a bustling network of people doing ordinary activities in their communities, connecting, leading, informing and influencing change in an extraordinary way”.

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Benefits of becoming a member

It's easy to become a QDN member and there is no cost to join.

Read more about becoming a QDN member.

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