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This is a picture of the One House model. The photo shows a classic Queenslander home that is built to withstand cyclonic winds, bushfire and flooding. The home is shown in a warehouse-style testing station where the home is being tested for its resilience to heavy rain, strongs winds and debris. The picture shows strong winds picking up items around the home that become dangerous and damaging in a cyclone including a garden chair, rubbish bins, tree branches, sheets of tin and planks of wood.

About to build or renovate?

Flood gauge in water representing levels of insurance cover. Levels on the gauge say 50% covered, fingers crossed, and 100% cover.

Summer is prime time for disasters in Queensland and while the Suns

Dr Andrea Baldwin accepting the National Resilient Australia Award for the Birdie's Tree resources

A series of storybooks built to support the mental health and resilience of exp

Get Ready Week 2020 launch

Rugby league legend Johnathan Thurston officially kicked off Get Ready Qu

Heavy rain falling pouring off of a tin roof

The scale of intensity and destruction of recent disasters has shown us it’s mo

Fire hazard indicator with levels of bushfire insurance cover ranging from completely covered to lose everything. Background image is a fire line crossing through bushland in Queensland.

As the 2020-21 bushfire season approaches, Queenslanders are being urged to mak

Screen shot of the new Get Ready Queensland Challenge

Looking for something to keep the kids occupied these school

Students from Fraser Coast are visited by council to learn about preparing for local disaster risks as part of the Get Ready Queensland program

Queensland’s 77 councils and one town authority will sh

Front cover of sponsorship proposal

The Get Ready Queensland team is officially looking for formal partnerships to

Students from North and Far North Queensland have come together to develop strategies to make their communities safer and more resilient to disasters.

North and Far North Queensland students from Years 5 to 9 have put on their thinking caps to deve