Get Ready Queensland - for councils

Thumbnail

About Get Ready Queensland

Get Ready Queensland is about building our resilience to deal with the extreme weather and natural disasters that are part of living in our state. Its aim is to make Queensland the nation’s most disaster resilient state.

Resilience is about more than just good preparation or effective responding. It is about accepting that extreme weather is part of living in Queensland, and preparing to handle it accordingly.

The program provides a total of $2 million in Queensland Government funding to help local governments improve their communities’ resilience and aligns with QRA’s mission to make Queensland the most disaster resilient state in Australia.
Get Ready Queensland Week 2019 is October 13-19.

Council grants

Councils have been advised in writing of their respective approved funding amount for the 2019-20 Get Ready Queensland program. 

Guidelines, Funding Agreement, and plan of activities

Co-branded advertising resources

Councils are encouraged to localise program messages by co-branding marketing and advertising materials. If you would like to add your council logo to an existing generic campaign material, or if you would like to create new campaign material from scratch, please contact the Get Ready Queensland team on (07) 3008 7233 or via email to getready@qra.qld.gov.au.

Co-branded print materials and collateral

An online Get Ready Queensland portal has been set up to provide an option for councils to order print materials and collateral for delivery. Councils to upload their logo for co-branding if they wish. To make alternate print arrangements for Get Ready Queensland please refer to the Get Ready Queensland branding guidelines and logos.

Access the Get Ready Queensland portal.

Branding Guidelines, logos and resources

All disaster preparedness activities delivered using 2019-20 Get Ready Queensland Program funding must use the Get Ready Queensland name, namestyle logo and branding. Please refer to the Get Ready 2019-20 Queensland Branding Guidelines and Key Messages for Councils (PDF | 2.9 MB)

Where possible use the Get Ready Queensland namestyle logo with website address as a call to action.

The Get Ready Queensland namestyle logos are available for download via zip file.

If you have any queries about Get Ready Queensland branding and use of logos please contact Get Ready Queensland team on (07) 3008 7233 or via email to getready@qra.qld.gov.au.

Get Ready Queensland branded resources for councils available for download are:

In addition, Get Ready Queensland has created an image library, these photographs are available to councils to be used on Get Ready Queensland materials.

Media protocol and social media acknowledgement

Councils and state government agencies undertaking media for the Get Ready Queensland program are requested to send details of scheduled media events and media releases to getready@qra.qld.gov.au

Councils should recognise the Get Ready Queensland program through social media accounts by proactively arranging photographs and social media posts for Get Ready Queensland activities and initiatives and applying the social media hashtag and tagging the Get Ready Queensland social media accounts:

  • Facebook -  @GetReadyQueensland #GetReadyQueensland
  • Twitter - @GetReadyQld #GetReadyQueensland
  • Instagram - @GetReadyQueensland #GetReadyQueensland

Social media tile images and Facebook cover images for councils to promote Get Ready Queensland through Twitter and Facebook are available for download (.zip)

Administration of Get Ready Queensland

In August 2017, the Queensland Reconstruction Authority (QRA) assumed administrative responsibility for the Get Ready Queensland grant program from the (then) Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning (DILGP).

Last updated on 12 July 2019.