Membership makes all the difference to Queensland students

From the Torres Strait Islands to Texas, our Education Team equips students across Queensland with the support, guidance and skills they need to stay safe on the road and make better financial decisions

Our Streets Ahead program teaches primary school students age-appropriate lessons about passenger, pedestrian and bicycle safety. We strive to ensure every child has the opportunity to learn how to cross the road safely and to know why it is so important to wear a seat belt and strap on a helmet.

Our high school programs focus on the unique risks and challenges that come with learning to drive and experiencing financial freedom for the first time. These interactive lessons teach teenagers about the Fatal Five, surviving and thriving on their L and P Plates, and making informed financial decisions.

Our community programs – Kids & Cars and Years Ahead – educate participants on current road rules and provide strategies for staying safe while being drivers and passengers on our roads.

We’re committed to being a force for good in Queensland’s schools. That’s how your membership makes all the difference to the next generation.

Kids & Cars program
Aimed at parents, grandparents, and carers of children, this program provides awareness and strategies in and around cars to keep our children safe.
Primary school program
Streets Ahead is a free, whole school program taught in Queensland schools to Prep – Year 6.
Secondary schools
We’re here to help prepare young Queenslanders for the road ahead.
Driving as an older road user
As you get older, your driving skills may be affected by things like failing eyesight and other physical conditions. Learn how to stay safe on the road.
Parent Plates
Be empowered to guide your teenager through learning how to drive a car safely and effectively.

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See the difference your membership made last financial year^

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RACQ Foundation

$2.9 million funding

to Queensland community groups affected by natural disaster.


RACQ Choppers

3,229 air rescues

throughout Queensland.

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Giving back

$9.9 million support

to Queensland charities and communities.

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RACQ Foundation

$3.6 million funding

approved for clubs and community groups. 

Things to note

^Figures based on FY 2023 statistics. See the FY23 For the Greater Good Report for more details.