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About Us

Roseberry Qld is a non-profit company and registered charity. Roseberry is a community based organisation providing a range of services to meet the identified needs of young people and families who are experiencing difficulty. 


A strong, vibrant and compassionate community


Our purpose is to empower community to enable the most vulnerable people to lift themselves

out of disadvantage and to create safe, vital, and resilient lives for their families and community.


Too many children, young people and families are vulnerable both socially and economically.  Through our programs we hope to promote and build community success by increasing positive outcome for all.  

We will work towards this by using and reflecting upon our Key Signature Behaviours:

We strengthen people's lives

We build effective relationships

We work and learn together

Our decisions support Roseberry's sustainable growth

Roseberry Qld Code of Conduct

Roseberry Qld Strategic Plan




Roseberry Qld recognises the importance of the National Redress Scheme for people who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse and is committed to complete all the necessary steps to join the Scheme.

Roseberry Qld was created, in the mid 1980s when a local committee was formed, to apply for funding for a youth shelter in Gladstone. The shelter, Roseberry House, as we now know it, was established in February 1986. The shelter was located at 6 Roseberry Street, hence its name being associated with the street - making it easier for young people to locate. In 2001 a new shelter was constructed at its present location in Rollo Street.

The shelter operated for a number of years and it became apparent that as young people left the shelter, they required ongoing support, if they were to live independently in the community. So, the organisation grew with the appointment of a Transition to Independent Living (TIL) Worker. A Family Support Worker was also employed, to offer support to families and young people, to keep the family unit functioning. Over the years, as needs were identified, additional funding was applied for. The Youth Development Program, Branchout, was funded in 1998 and soon after, Reconnect was funded. Our portfolio of services was expanded to include our Housing Programs and in November 2007 our services in Rockhampton. More recently headspace Gladstone and ParentsNext have also been established.


Over the years as the organisation has grown and changed its name, evolving from Roseberry Youth Services, to our current company name.

Our Board:

Bill Macdonald

Gerard Melrose

Erin Robertson

Elizabeth Norris

Carly Quinn

Kayleen Bishop

David Grenfell


Our Funding Partners:

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