With 1.7 million members together we make more of a difference for Queensland communities.


RACQ has been the voice of Queensland motorists and their families since it was formed in 1905. With over 1.7 million members our voice is strong allowing us to actively advocate for our members; prioritising safety, affordability and sustainability.


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RACQ's Paul Turner addresses the media in Brisbane

Community Response Team

As Queensland’s largest Club, participating in and looking after the community is important to us.  That’s why we formed a Community Response Team dedicated to providing assistance to Queenslanders affected by disaster. Our fleet of disaster response vehicles can recover stranded vehicles, clear debris from roadways and generally undertake duties that help get the community back on their feet.

RACQ community emergency response team

RACQ Foundation

Through the RACQ Foundation, we are proud to help community organisations impacted by floods and other natural disasters throughout Queensland. The Foundation helps community organisations rebuild and supports charitable organisations that provide assistance to victims of floods, cyclones and other natural disasters.

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RACQ community members in suburban street

Gold 50 celebrations

Joining together with like minded people is always a pleasure. To celebrate and honour members who have been with the Club for over 50 years RACQ holds several key events throughout the year. Stories are swapped and friendships revitalised.

RACQ Gold 50 membership card

Road safety for primary school children

Helping children learn correct road safety behaviours as a passenger, pedestrian and cyclist is the focus of the RACQ Streets Ahead program and a passion of the Club. 

Attentive young schoolgirl sitting with classmates

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