Parkinson’s Queensland is a not-for-profit organisation, established in 1985, providing support, information and education to people living with Parkinson’s, their carers and family as well as health professionals.
We represent and support people with Parkinson’s right across Queensland from diagnosis and throughout the progression of the disease.
So whether you are looking for information on Parkinson’s disease, educational resources or you need support, our team is ready to assist.

Parkinson’s Queensland Larapinta Trek 2024 (27th August – 1st September 2024) 

Trek the the rusty trails of Australia’s Red Centre to improve the lives of those living with Parkinson’s. Discover the diverse desert habitat from one of Australia’s premier walking routes, passing incredible natural wonders and summiting Mount Sondor for a panoramic sunrise over the West MacDonnell Ranges.

We’ll be alongside you all the way, from fundraising and training to strapping on our hiking boots and taking to the trails. 

Join us on a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to support Parkinson’s Queensland change the quality of life for people impacted by Parkinson’s.

Honour a Loved One this Christmas

The holiday period is not only a season for joy and togetherness, but also a time to extend our compassion and support to those who have lost a loved one. While the holiday season may evoke a range of emotions, a tribute page can serve as a heartfelt way to honour those who have left a mark on our lives and create a lasting legacy. By sharing stories, photos and reflections on your tribute page, you’ll not only keep their spirit alive, but also offer a meaningful space for friends and family to connect and remember them. 

If you’ve lost a friend, family member or colleague with Parkinson’s and want to pay homage to them this festive season, click the button below to create your tribute page.

Watch the Latest Instalment of Miguel’s Update 

In the latest update, Parkinson’s Queensland CEO Miguel Diaz discusses everything that is happening at Parkinson’s Queensland.

Watch to learn more about our upcoming events. 

President’s Day Parkinson’s Queensland Fundraiser (Saturday 25 November) 

This Saturday, West Toowong Bowls Club are hosting a great afternoon of quality wine tasting paired with premium cheeses, live music in the clubhouse and barefoot bowls on the green.

Their aim of the event is to raise awareness to the community as a whole. The event will be held at the West Toowong Bowls Club and will be running from 1 – 4 pm. There will be a raffle and signed sports jerseys and sporting memorabilia to be auctioned off.

The Wine and Cheese tasting has limited spaces. Please register your attendance for $25 below.

To secure a spot for Barefoot Bowls, please phone The West Toowong Bowls Club on (07) 3371 2272,

Parkinson’s Queensland – Community Fundraising Portal 

The possibilities are endless when it comes to making a difference to people living with Parkinson’s. Our new Community Fundraising Portal is easy to navigate and allows you to get creative with how you’d like to raise awareness and funds for people affected by Parkinson’s.

You could host a dinner party, organise a workplace fundraiser, or ask for donations instead of presents on your special day. Our Fundraising Portal allows you to create & share your fundraising page and track how many donations you have received.

Register your fundraiser today.

If you’d like help planning out your fundraiser, please email [email protected], or call us on (07) 3209 1588 and ask to speak to our Fundraising and Marketing Manager. 

Advanced Parkinson’s Seminar – Sold Out  (21st November, 2023) 

Parkinson’s Queensland is hosting a seminar focused on Advanced Parkinson’s Disease. As symptoms of Parkinson’s progress, activities of daily living become more complex.

Three clinicians with extensive experience in treating Parkinson’s will share information on treatments, cognitive issues and ways to manage the disease progression and remain active.

This seminar is exclusive to people living with Parkinson’s and their family members.

Please call our office or email [email protected] to join the waitlist.

Parkinson’s Grab Bags 

Get your own Parkinson’s Grab Bag to have all your Parkinson’s information with you in an emergency, when you go into hospital or when on holiday.

Record your information into the ‘My Journey with Parkinson’s Disease’ booklet to ensure people can very quickly get up to speed with your Parkinson’s. A checklist helps you easily pack quickly. Also included is a rubber wristband that says ‘I have Parkinson’s’ and ‘Medications on time, every time’.

Win a $250K First Prize Pack this Christmas

You could win an Audi Q5 Sportback S Line and $131K in cashable gold in the Christmas Play for Purpose Raffle! The Audi Q5 Sportsback S Line is valued at $118,000 and combines sportiness and luxury with its sleek design and panoramic tinted sunroof. The Park Assist feature searches for suitable parking and helps steer the vehicle into the space. Imagine the exhilarating feeling of driving your new elegant car.

There are also hundreds of other prizes you can win, such as a $15,000 JB Hi-Fi Voucher, and $7,500 Travel Associates Voucher.

The raffle closes on the 14th December 2023,  don’t miss out on the opportunity to transform your travels. Support Parkinson’s Queensland with a $10 ticket today!

We’ve partnered with SafeMate

SafeMate provides instant access to your essential health details with the scan of your very own personal QR code.

Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics are trained to look for your SafeMate, which you’ll have on an ID code or sticker.

We’re fundraising with Entertainment 

Become an Entertainment Member and access discounts on dining, shopping and travel.

20% of every Entertainment Membership goes directly to the Parkinson’s community.

We’ve Partnered with Touchstone LifeCare to help you set up your digital Advanced Care Plan.

An Advance Care Plan with Touchstone LifeCare offers you and your loved ones peace of mind that your end-of-life healthcare choices are clear to your doctors and medical professionals. 

What makes TLC’s Advance Care Plans different from others is that they take you through a guided conversation format with an easy to complete questionnaire. The key benefits is that it is easy to use, you can update it anytime easily and, since it is digitally documented, you can trust the most up-todate version will be automatically shared with your trusted contacts, and instantly retrievable when it matters most. 

Reduce any stress and conflict between your family and loved ones by making your wishes for care known.

Your ongoing support is vital for us to continue to assist the lives of the 18,500 people with Parkinson’s in Queensland.

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