General Cultural Groups

Indian Association Of Central Queensland

Indian Association Of Central Queensland

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About Us

IACQ was formed in 1997. As of today, there are more than 600 people of Indian origin residing in Central Queensland (CQ). IACQ endeavours to connect people living in Rockhampton, Yeppoon, Gracemere, Gladstone, Biloela, Emerald and Mackay areas of CQ. IACQ represents and enriches Indian culture in CQ’s communities by celebrating different regional festivals, sports activities and various get together. IACQ also engages in a variety of programs to promote cultural diversity with other Multicultural Organisations. 

 

Objective 

The Indian Association of Central Queensland Inc. (IACQ) is a not- for- profit organisation founded with intention of helping enrich the lives of Indians living in CQ region and at the same time promoting the Indian Culture amongst residents of all cultural backgrounds. 

 

Our Mission

IACQ strives to help Indians that come to live in the CQ region, feel and fit better by offering them social interaction and cultural development. IACQ will take every opportunity to involve the Indian community and other local residents in our cultural activities, which shows the rich cultural background of India.

Quick Facts About The Region

Indian Association Of Central Queensland is located in the suburb of Kawana, the council of Rockhampton, the state electorate of Rockhampton and the federal electorate of Capricornia.