Community Support

Since being founded in 2007, Central Queensland Radiology has adopted a core value to always be looking for avenues to become involved and give back to our local community. The team at Central Queensland Radiology represent many organisations, charities and sporting teams throughout the Central Queensland and collectively as a team, we are very proud to provide our assistance to the community.

At Central Queensland Radiology it is one of our core values to always be looking for ways in which we can get involved and give back to our local community. This support and involvement ranges from sport, community groups and charities. The associations we currently support are:

1. Special children's Christmas party in Rockhampton provided by Ronald McDonald House

Special Children’s Christmas Parties make a real difference in people’s lives. Not just the lives of the invited children and their families, but also in the lives of those who come to volunteer and those who come to see what they have supported financially.
About the event:
The aim is to make as many dreams come true as we can in three or four hours. To that end, we provide food (including some special treats), drinks, rides, face painters and static displays. There is a stage show that just doesn’t stop with a full program of entertainers including a band, cast members from “Neighbours” and other performers such as magicians, jugglers, fire breathers, balloon artists, dance troupes and singers.
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2. Safe Heaven (Australian Animals Care and Education):

Australian Animals Care and Education Inc. (AACE) is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of our natural environment. Since founded by Ms Tina Janssen in July 2003, AACE has played an active role in the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, ill and orphaned wildlife and provided ongoing support and assistance to its many volunteer wildlife carers. Tina manages a number of captive breeding programs and partners with Government authorities, universities and zoological institutions to conduct vital research on Australian wildlife, with emphasis on endangered species. AACE as a not for profit organization relies on financial support from grants, fundraising, donations and membership fees. For more information go to following website
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3. Emu park SLSC club :

Main Beach Emu Park is patrolled on Saturday afternoons and Sundays from mid September through to Labour Day. Patrols are all day Saturday from November to February and a Lifeguard is on duty during the September, Christmas and Easter school holidays. Senior lifesavers start at age 15 and there is no upper limit! All lifesavers maintain a fitness standard and must be able to swim 400 metres in 9 minutes in a pool. For high school students gaining the Bronze Medallion earns 4 points for the Queensland Certificate of Education. For more information go to following website:      


The Children received the exercise books for homework/communications for free.
12 safety cartoons have printed on the covers that promote safety messages including:
      1. Melanoma Awareness
- Encourages children to apply sun screen, wear a hat etc.
      2. Online Chat Safety
- Discusses the danger of meeting up face to face with people they meet on the internet.
      3. 5+ a Day
- Encourages children to eat their fruit and vegetables
      4. Electrical Safety
- Talks about he danger of power points
      5. Road Safety
- Encourages children to “Stop, Look and Listen” plus the importance of wearing seat belts.
      6. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
- Looking after the environment and keeping Australia green.
      7. Water Safety
- Encourages learning to swim and staying between the flags.
      8. Cycle Safety
- Wearing helmets and keeping bikes in good order is essential.
      9. Drug Awareness
- Warns of the dangers of peer pressure.
      10. Fire Danger
- Just one match is all it takes.
      11. Dental Hygiene
- Encourages healthy teeth through nutrition and hygiene.
      12. Pet Care
- Our pets need looking after too!