Resilient Queensland

As the most disaster prone state in Australia, it is critical to look for new ways of working together and improving the safety and resilience of Queensland communities.

Under the Queensland Strategy for Disaster Resilience and its implementation plan Resilient Queensland, everyone has a role to play in making Queensland the most disaster resilient state in Australia.  By 2022, every region across Queensland will be part of a locally-led and regionally-coordinated blueprint to strengthen disaster resilience.

About Resilient Queensland
Learn how Queenslanders are working together to keep our communities safe from disasters.
QSDR
The QSDR incorporates climate change risk and provides a comprehensive, all-hazards approach to building disaster resilience in Queensland.
Regional Resilience Strategies map
By 2022, every region across Queensland will be part of a locally-led and regionally-coordinated blueprint to strengthen disaster resilience.
resilient queensland implementation plan
Our whole-of-government response to disaster resilience for better coordination of government policy, information management, project delivery and stakeholder collaboration.
Resilient Queensland in Action
Queensland's progress delivering on the objectives of the Queensland Strategy for Disaster Resilience (at February 2020).
resilient queensland storymap
Case studies (from 2017-2019) showcasing examples of how Queensland communities are working to strengthen their resilience to disasters.
narrative 1 qrapta
Reports, tools and insights to support and harmonise resilience building activities across agencies and sectors.
Collaboration guide for building resilience to natural disasters
Guidance to establish collaborative groups across stakeholders to advance locally-led resilience.