Hello there, welcome to YellowBridge QLD – we’re glad you’re here!
We are a local, independent and not-for-profit organisation based in Toowoomba, Queensland.
Each year we help hundreds of people access housing, disability support, youth and home services so they can lead independent and rewarding lives.
We’re on a mission to make our community better and brighter and we are always on the lookout for others to join us.
We hope you like what you see here. If you have a question or want to say hello please get in touch.
And, before you go, be sure to watch our short video to find out what makes us tick.

Our services

Everyone deserves a place to call home. We manage up to 140 properties across Toowoomba and Oakey to provide short and long term housing.

Our team of 60 plus disability support workers offers group activities, community outings and 24/7 residential support for people with a disability.

Each year, our home services help more than 4000 people live independently in their own homes, close to the people and places they know and trust.


The NDIS is Australia’s largest social reform since Medicare – and it’s exciting!
It will give people with a disability unprecedented choice and control over how, when and where they access support and services
If you want to find out more, our experienced disability support team can help you.


Boutique op shop
Collectables is our boutique op shop and social enterprise located at 7 Russell Street in Toowoomba.
Every item you donate or buy will help people with a disability receive work and training opportunities.
It really is shopping that feels good!



Everyone has something interesting to say and every person has a story worth sharing.


Steven Wooldridge

53 year old Steven Wooldridge loves to volunteer. He has spent hundreds of hours over the past 15 years helping causes and events that he cares about. But one event has topped them all.


Brendan painted ‘The Maze’ during the Mental Health Art-ability course he recently completed at TheGRID: hybrid arts collective in Toowoomba. As a result, he was invited to the MIND Community Conference in Adelaide


Dan started painting seven years ago and has produced a wonderful collection in that time. He has begun to have his art work printed on greeting cards and t-shirts and recently held his largest exhibition with almost 40 paintings.