Wellness of a Community reflects the Strength of the Individual,  their Resilience to Bounce Back and the Support Community Members give each other.

In Rural and Remote Communities, individuals are valued and people tend to look out for each other.

However, it is important to have access to resources to support people. Below a list of contacts. 
Please advise if you are aware of contacts not on this list. Or if the contacts no longer offer support services.

  Links to:
South West Hospital & Health Services  
Charleville Community & Allied Health 07 4650 5300
St George Community & Allied Health 07 4620 2265
Roma Community & Allied Health 07 4624 2977
Toowoomba Acute Care Mental Health Team 07 4616 5210
   24 Hour Helplines  
  In a Mental Health Emergency  - always ring  000
Lifeline  - 24 hour crisis line 13 11 14
  Kids Help Line 1800 551 800
  Headspace (12-25 yr olds) 1800 650 890
  Parent Help Line 1300 301 300
  Mensline 1300 78 99 78
  Other contacts  
  Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467
  Relationships Australia 1300 364 277
  Disability Services Qld 07 4615 3900
  Alcohol & Drug Information Service 1800 177 833
Virtual Psychologist 0488 807 266
  Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636
  Off the Track Training
  Rural  Resources Online


























  Links to:
  Other contacts  
RFDS - Wellbeing Service 0438 324 226
  Seniors Enquiry Line - Statewide info line 1300 135 500
  South West Rural Support Service 07 4654 3935
Rural Financial Counselling Service Southern QLD 07 4622 4858
  Legal Aid - Farm & Rural Legal Service  
  Salvation Army Drought Community Program 1300 551 030
  Farmers Card  
  Aussie Helpers  
  Buy a Bale  
QCWA Rural Crisis Fund  
  Telstra - Financial Hardship Policy 13 22 00
  Ergon Drought Relief  
Are You Bogged Mate  
  DNRM - Land Rent Deferral 13 74 68
ATO - More Time to Pay 13 11 42
  Uniting Care - Country Callback Service 1800 543 354
Anglicare Southern Qld 1300 610 610
Contact Incorporated  


























In 2005, the concept of small town websites helped address the need in our rural communities for accessible cost effective online local promotion of who we are, when our events are happening, and of the employment and training opportunities available.

Hello, my name is Liz Hill. I grew up along the Nebine creek to the east of Cunnamaulla, an ex-Bollon bush nurse, ex-community co ordinator.  Living on a farm in the Nindigully district gives me authentic experience, insight and connections to promote our region through these websites. I am passionate about rural Australia and love being able to share information with people of the South West QLD communities.

Send flyers for inclusion in the Events Calendar and on the Facebook page.
Join the public facebook group to add your event information via the Facebook Group.

Red Dust Telegraph's focus is connection, resources, news and event promotion for the communities of South West Queensland.

Promoting business and community
Promoting local events, employment and information
Supporting rural resilience and well-being
Offering cost effective online advertising and promotion


Connect South West QLD hosts a small portofolio of websites creating linkages and connecting people and the region:

Additional leverage through social media with facebook pages and a public noticeboards and an e-newsletter being established in 2021. ConnectSouthWestQLD  and  SouthWestQLD Noticeboard

Contact: Liz Hill at Connect South West QLD
Email link - click here  M: 0428 259 299