Day to day outings

Support with day to day activities if you require some additional assistance.

Get out and about with ease.

St John Ambulance Qld offers assistance with day to day outings. This service allows you to still physically access shops, markets, the post office or bank within your local suburb while having the support and assistance of a friendly St John Qld support worker.

Our staff can provide assistance such as reading your grocery list or bill, heling you to select items, carrying items/pushing the trolley and loading the items into the car.

*Accompanied activities are subject to availability. Service available in north Brisbane, Redcliffe Peninsula, Caboolture, Maryborough, Hervey Bay and Bundaberg. Service operates Monday-Friday (excluding public holidays).

Professional staff

A St John support worker will accompany you at all times to ensure your safety.

48 hours notice

Book your accompanied journey within 48 hours of outing.

No lifting required

Your support worker will push your trolley and carry your bags.

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How does it work?

  • Call our friendly team on 1300 785 646 and register for the service
  • Let the staff know the date, time and location that you require to be accompanied. (Accompanied activities need to be booked 48 hours in advance)
  • A St John Qld support working will pick you up, transport you to the destination in a St John vehicle, assist you whilst shopping, at the post office etc and return you back home.
  • Pay the support worker the agreed fee (St John Qld accepts cash or credit card).
Website – Deb

“The drivers in Community Services are passionate about their jobs and treat every client with the highest dignity and respect. All clients are welcome and assisted by the drivers uniquely and compassionately.” -

Deb - St John Ambulance Qld Community Transport Driver

Registered NDIS provider

St John Ambulance Qld is a proud partner of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The NDIS is helping to support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians each day.