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 link below.

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

Please note: Prospective interviewees must be based in Townsville, Charters Towers, or Winton or be willing to travel to one of these locations.

Together Townsville is back, and will be followed up with a Community Collaboration mentorship program.

Join the Couch Conversation with:

Glenn ‘Minty’ Mintern (GM Media)
Verena Coombe (Townsville Business Development Centre)
Kellie Stephenson (Support Local Townsville)
And Special Guests

Explore the value of cross-sector local partnerships with our local business and community sectors.  Listen to how our guest speakers have been able to successfully create and maintain their partnerships.  Network with other businesses and community organisations: help to grow your business while supporting our community.

Take the opportunity to sign up to the new Community Collaboration program at each event.  Secure your ticket now to find out more!

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BRAVE and Together Townsville are projects jointly funded by the Commonwealth and Queensland Governments under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA).

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