Residents from linguistically diverse communities can receive Council information and assistance in another language by using this free telephone translation service.
Brisbane City Council demonstrates its commitment to a multicultural Brisbane through services and initiatives for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Council provides linkages and information for people from these backgrounds who are starting a new life in Brisbane.
You can get information in another language by using the translating and interpreting service or by using the Google translate drop down box in the footer of the site. This service provides web page translations for 100+ languages, simply select a language in the drop down box and Google translate will translate Council’s website.
Selected documents have been translated into a range of languages which can be found on the page that the document relates to.
Learn about Council services and programs in the Brisbane residents guide. Get involved in the community at sporting clubs and Council libraries. Find out about citizenship, Council grants and public transport timetables.
Find what you need
- Beginning a life in Australia (Australian Government, Department of Social Services) - information about settling in Queensland, in English and 39 other languages.
- Volunteering Queensland - volunteer with a community organisation in your area.