Queensland Primary Health Networks

There are 7 Primary Health Network (PHN) regions in Queensland. Read more about them, including where they are, demographic information, and links to each of their websites.

Queensland PHN regions

Brisbane North

The Brisbane North PHN area has a population of about 981,000 people. It covers Indooroopilly to Redcliffe, and north to Kilcoy. It also includes Bribie Island.

Read more about Brisbane North PHN.

Brisbane South

The Brisbane South PHN area has a population of about 1.1 million people. It covers Wynnum to Inala and Beenleigh, and south to Rathdowney. It also includes North Stradbroke Island.

Read more about Brisbane South PHN.

Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast

The Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast PHN area has a population of about 841,000 people. It covers Springsure and Rubyvale to Yeppoon and south to Caloundra.

Read more about Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast PHN.

Darling Downs and West Moreton

The Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN area has a population of about 559,000 people. It covers Stanthorpe and Texas to Ipswich, Proston and Taroom.

Read more about Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN.

Gold Coast

The Gold Coast PHN area has a population of about 559,000 people. It covers Coolangatta to Jacobs Well and west to Canungra.

Read more about Gold Coast PHN.

Northern Queensland

The Northern Queensland PHN area has a population of about 693,000. It covers from Dysart to Thursday Island at the top of the Cape, and Croydon to Richmond in the west.

Read more about Northern Queensland PHN.

Western Queensland

The Western Queensland PHN area has a population of about 64,000. It covers Thallon to Kowanyama, and along the New South Wales, South Australia and Northern Territory borders.

Read more about Western Queensland PHN.

Resources

Queensland Primary Health Networks (PHN) resource collection

This collection contains a demographics fact sheet and various maps for each Primary Health Network (PHN) in Queensland.

Last updated: 
2 September 2021

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