BRAVE is our new podcast, sharing stories of strength from the
Townsville community.

For this, we need your voices. 

Have you or someone you know overcome challenges in personal or
professional life? Do you have an inspiring story to tell of the experience?

If so, please nominate now as a possible guest for the podcast by clicking
the logo.

Jointly funded by the Commonwealth and Queensland Governments under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA).

The 2021-2022
Townsville Directories have arrived!

These directories are your essential guides to the services, supports, and social activities available throughout the Townsville region.

Click here to purchase

Just $15 each.

Your organisation may be eligible for a free copy. Call us on 4727 9730 to check.

The Community Information Centre Townsville Inc (CIC) is a not-for-profit community organisation funded primarily by Townsville City Council. The Centre was established in 1976 as a volunteer organisation and has since continued to provide information to residents, a wide range of community groups, government and non-government departments. The CIC provides a comprehensive information and referral service. The service is free (except for the cost of some publications), confidential and available to any member of the community. The Community Events calendar has been incorporated into What’s On Townsville – your guide to the latest upcoming performances, events, exhibitions and more!

About Us

Meet the friendly staff who will assist, inform and connect you along with our Management Committee who are innovative and active in the Community Information Centre.

Arts e-Bulletins

A Monthly e-newsletter sent to the community by subscription

Activation Space

The Townsville Community Information Centre (CIC) is providing a space that can be used to support organisations and Individuals (within Townsville) in activating or promoting their businesses.

Services & Publications

The CIC has a range of publications and services available.

Network & Newsletter

The Community Network Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month from February to November. 

The Community Newsletter is distributed fortnightly to a subscriber list

Learning Links

Learning Links is a register of people who are willing to share their skill with others. It is a simple, inexpensive way of connecting individuals who want to learn a particular skill for enjoyment, self-improvement and friendship with someone within the community who is willing to teach them.

New Resident Packs

The New Resident Pack is an ongoing free information resource provided by the Community Information Centre since 2008. 

Townsville City Council Emergency Management Dashboard

Plan, Prepare, Survive

Our Members