The QPAC Community Support Program demonstrates QPAC's commitment to supporting the needs of the community.
We are excited to offer this special ticket program to registered charities and not-for-profit organisations.
Tickets are only provided to organisations that meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Registered charities based in Queensland that have not already received tickets through the Community Support Program in the current financial year.
Successful applicants are selected by QPAC on the basis of:
- The extent to which provision of tickets to the organisation aligns with QPAC's statutory and strategic imperatives
- The likely benefit to the applicant
- The likely benefit to the community
In order to align with its statutory and strategic imperatives, QPAC distributes tickets under the following 4 sectors: Children and Youth (40%) South East Queensland region (30%) Regional Arts (20%) South Bank Precinct (10%).
QPAC accepts requests continually throughout the year, reviews requests on a monthly basis and informs applicants of the outcome of their requests within six weeks of the date of the request.
If you require the tickets for a particular event (e.g. fundraising occasion), please note that the application process may take up to six weeks and ensure that your application is made in plenty of time.
QPAC will provide successful applicants with a maximum of four tickets to a show at a date and time chosen by QPAC.
For more information, please contact
Please ensure you read the below policy before applying.
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