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Welcome to Autism Queensland

Autism Queensland is a community based organisation dedicated to bringing about positive change in the lives of children and adults with ASD. We are Queensland’s oldest and most experienced provider of specialised education, training and support services for people with ASD and their families, drawing on expertise gained over more than 45 years.

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What's On

Call for papers now open

Submissions are now being accepted for papers and posters relating to ASD to be presented at the Asia Pacific Autism Conference in Brisbane, September 9-11, 2015. Read more...

Enrol now with Autism Australia

Enrolments are now open for courses and units of competency from the national Community Services Training Package delivered through our official training arm - Autism Australia. As a Registered Training Organisation registered with Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) we deliver courses founded on competency-based principles. Our training focuses on what a person can actually do as a result of the training! Courses and qualifications available in online and distance mode. Workshops also offered at Sunnybank, Brisbane. Read more... 

News Steps post school transition programs

Autism Queensland’s New Steps programs aim to provide scaffolding for young people with ASD to negotiate the transition between secondary school and further study or entry into the workforce. Bookings are now open for Studio G commencing January 27. Read more...  

Registered Host Provider

Autism Queensland is a registered Host Provider for children and adults diagnosed with ASD living in South East Queensland who would like to self-direct funds received through the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services Your Life Your Choice (YLYC) initiative?
For more information on how we can assist please click here.  


We wish everyone a most wonderful Christmas and New Year. Our regional centres and schools are now closed for the year. The Sunnybank Hills centre will close from the afternoon of December 24 and reopen on Monday, January 5, 2015. 


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Australian Autism Advisory Board

The Australian Advisory Board represents people who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Click to go to their website