Community Action for a Multicultural Society – CAMS



CAMS connects migrants with services, each other and the wider community


CAMS provides:

  • equitable access for people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds to services and programs in response to recognised needs.
  • help for people from a CALD background to participate in community life – including educational, economic, political, social and cultural activities.
  • help connecting CALD individuals and groups with the wider community.
  • help for CALD people to become involved in community activities.
  • help to engage with skills and training opportunities.
  • help to share cultures.
  • learning experiences about Australian culture.
  • help to establish a social/community group or community project.
  • advocacy and support for people to express their concerns to government.


  • Are living in Queensland.
  • Have been in Australia for more than five (5) years.
  • Want to get permanent residency or Australian citizenship.
  • Are from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds.  

CAMS also helps with:

  • information and special workshops.
  • filling and completing forms.
  • referrals to appropriate agencies and organisations.
  • providing a free Playgroup PlayVan at Alexandra Park West, Quay St., for kids 0-5 years old and parents/carers on Friday mornings during school terms.

CAMS is funded by Multicultural Affairs Queensland (MAQ) within the Department of Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs.

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