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QLD Branch

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AASW (QLD) is a thriving Branch with over 2,400 members. We service and represent Social Workers from the southern border north to Rockhampton. The Branch is managed by a voluntary Branch Management Committee (BMC) elected by the membership.

Please follow the branch links to learn more about who we are, what we do, and how you may like to get involved. Our Branch Organisational Chart (under review) is another quick way to get your bearings of the many entry points there are to engage with us.

We look forward to welcoming you!

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Enhance your leadership skills and directly support your profession and the community – join the QLD Branch BMC today!

We are a thriving Branch with over 2,400 members. We service and represent social workers from the southern border and north to Rockhampton.

We play a vital role in the organisation and delivery of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) networking events for our members, facilitate and support local professional Practice Groups, and advocate for improved social policy within QLD.

We are currently looking for our next Branch President, and looking to fill a few general member roles. This is a great opportunity to develop or further enhance your leaderships skills while directly supporting your profession, colleagues and the community.

By joining the BMC and becoming a local leader, you will support the critical continuation of our efforts to engage and support students, new graduates and established social workers, as well as respond to and advocate for critical social policy issues impacting on service users and our community.

To find out more, and how to join, email




Contact us

Queensland Branch Services Coordinator
1800 630 124 (toll free)
Monday to Friday 9.30am - 4.00pm

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AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers