COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

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At this point in time, Queensland Health is the official source of up-to-date and accurate information on COVID-19. Goondiwindi Regional Council encourages all residents to stay informed with the lastest advice directly from Queensland Health.

For Council information and services, residents are encouraged to contact Council’s customer service via phone (07 4671 7400) or email ( in the first instance and are reminded that numerous services can be completed online through Council’s website:


The Queensland Health website has a wealth of information regarding the pandemic, including:



Other key websites:

Queensland Health

Queensland Government

World Health Organisation


Smart Traveller

Queensland Government Immediate Industry Recovery Package


Key phone numbers:

Triple Zero, Emergency Help - Police, Fire and Ambulance


Lifeline Crisis Support and Suicide Prevention

13 11 14

Queensland Health - Non-urgent heath advice

13 43 25 84

Goondiwindi Regional Council

07 4671 7400

The Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors has activated the Community Recovery Hotline 1800 173 349 to assist vulnerable people in home quarantine to secure essential food or medicines who have no other means or mechanisms of support.

Community Recovery Fact Sheet


I’m feeling unwell / I have returned from overseas / I have had close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case, what should I do?

How can I reduce the risk of catching or spreading COVID-19?

What should I do if I think I have contracted COVID-19?

I run a business, what economic assistance is available to me?

What has Council been doing in response to COVID-19?

Corona Virus and Business

There is a range of support available to local businesses to help relieve the negative impact of the COVID-19 on the local economy. A summary of assistance packages and key contacts can be found here.

The Rural Financial Counselling Service SQ provides free, confidential, impartial, mobile financial counselling for small, medium and primary production businesses in financial hardship. The RFCS Programme in Queensland is funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments. They have an experienced team located across Southern  Queensland with offices in Biggenden, Biloela, Blackall, Bundaberg, Charleville, Emerald, Gatton, Goondiwindi, Gympie, Kingaroy, Miles/Chinchilla, Rockhampton, Roma, St George, Toowoomba and Warwick. They service these locations and surrounding areas. Contact 07 46 225500, visit our website – or email for more information.


Council’s Environmental Health Officers are available to assist with any queries in relation to the above matters. Please call 46717400 and ask to speak with John Duffield or Phillip Gall.