Nurturing Community Unity in Brisbane
Embracing diversity, the centre works closely with migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers, providing them with essential support and services to help them settle into their new homes.
Through collaboration with communities and local organisations in Brisbane, Multicultural Australia creates opportunities for Queenslanders to connect with others, engage in their local communities, and build a sense of togetherness and belonging.
Comprehensive support is offered through various programs, such as the Humanitarian Settlement Program, Settlement Engagement Transition Support, and Employment Program Support. These programs are designed to empower individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to navigate and thrive in their new surroundings. Community development and support is actively provided through the Brisbane office, further strengthening the social fabric and fostering inclusivity.
Brisbane Multicultural Centre
The Brisbane Multicultural Centre (BMC) offers up to seven multipurpose rooms split over two floors suitable for presentations, conferences, meetings, lectures, seminars and workshops. These spacious and private facilities can be hired individually or combined for larger functions.
Some of the rooms are separated by a retractable wall and can be combined to cater to larger groups. The BMC caters for groups as small as 10, to larger functions of up to 150 individuals.
Access to a community kitchen, seating and tables is provided.