• We need to do more...

    We need to do more...

    Alcohol is not only associated with 1,300 deaths and 37,000 hospitalisations, on average, per year, but is linked to an annual average of 53 road deaths and 562 hospitalisations due to drink driving, costing the Queensland community $770 million per year.

  • It’s time to say enough is enough . . .

    It’s time to say enough is enough . . .

    In Queensland, there is 1 liquor licence for every 603 people. The excessive availability of alcohol is causing harm in our community

  • It’s time for change . . .

    It’s time for change . . .

    78 % of Queenslanders believe that Australia has a problem with alcohol. 77 % think that more needs to be done to address alcohol-related harms.

  • Join us and get involved!

    Join us and get involved!

    70% of Queenslanders think that more needs to be done to address alcohol related harms. You can help