Together we are achieving more.

Sri Lanka’s community organisations in Brisbane have reaped the rewards of working together to better the lives of people in Sri Lanka and abroad. Under the umbrella of the Federation of Sri Lankan Organisations in Queensland our members have shown the strength of a a unified body to achieve so much more.

The FSOQ is a recognised charity regulated by the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

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Community Engagement

A great sense of generosity and willingness to help by the Sri Lankan community in Queensland have powered the FSOQ and its member organisations to carry out many successful fundraising drives and aid projects.

Flood & Disaster Relief Fundraising

Disaster Relief

1000 Beds Project for Rural Hospitals

1000 hospital beds

Community Food Fairs

Short Eats Stall by Radio 4EB indrani and Manjula

Funding Foundation of Goodness Projects

Foundation of Goodness projects

Ongoing Water Purification Program in Sri Lanka

Water Purification

Cultural Events by Our Members

Cultural Events

Gala Function for 70th Anniversary of Independence

Gala 70th Anniversary Celebration

Easter Sunday Appeal

Easter Sunday Appeal

Participation in ANZAC Day Marches

Sri Lankan Ex-Servicemen marching in an ANZAC day parade

Hosting Sri Lankan Cricket Teams

Kumar Sangakkara on the Kookaburra River Queen, 2010

Bringing Popular Dance Bands to Brisbane

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Welcome to our new website that brings all our member organisations under one banner.
Our aim is to inform you of how we are engaging with communities in Brisbane and overseas.

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Member Organisations

Brisbane-based ethnic radio station, 4EB has welcomed the Sri Lankan group to the airwaves for over 35 years.

Founded in 1992, the Sinhala Association of Queensland Inc. has dedicated its time to preserving the Sinhala language and Sri Lankan culture in Queensland.

The Silver Fawn Club has been prominent in connecting the Sri Lankan community together in Australia since its inception in 1969.

The Society for Peace, Unity and Human Rights in Sri Lanka Queensland Chapter, also known as SPUR QLD, is a charity organisation dedicated to promoting peace and prosperity in Sri Lanka.

The Sri Lanka Society of Queensland Inc. is a community-oriented organisation dedicated to promoting and celebrating Sri Lankan culture with people living in Queensland.

Founded in 2007, the Sri Lanka Sports Association of Queensland Inc. is dedicated to providing assistance to sporting organisations with under-privileged backgrounds in Sri Lanka.

The Australian Sri Lankan Friendship Association in Queensland (ASFA) was developed in 2019 as a way for Australians born to Sri Lankan parents to connect.

The Sri Lanka Ex-Servicemen and Police Association of Queensland Inc, formed in 2016, comprises many servicemen and women who have served in the Sri Lanka Army, Navy, Air Force, and the Police.

Sri Lanka Day rewards Sunday revellers with a feast of food, music and culture Sri Lanka Day a roaring success as crowds savour a feast of culture and culinary fare Point Five musical show cancelled Government regulator ACNC grants charity status to federation Book your tickets to see Sri Lankan Point Five band perform in March as FSOQ fundraiser Musical talent evening on January 27 to raise funds for SPUR welfare projects Farewell Lal Mendis: Beacon of kindness and joy will be missed by our community FSOQ honours founding members and a friend of Sri Lanka with special presentation Large crowds expected at Sri Lanka Day Multicultural and Food Festival on Sunday FSOQ’s team of officials for 2023-24 Sunday Island features tribute to Anton Swan by former high commissioner Skandakumar Sri Lanka Day on October 15 will showcase food, fun and cultural delights Anton Swan’s exemplary service as Sri Lanka’s consul feted at FSOQ’s gala dinner
Sri Lanka Day rewards Sunday revellers with a feast of food, music and culture Sri Lanka Day a roaring success as crowds savour a feast of culture and culinary fare Point Five musical show cancelled Government regulator ACNC grants charity status to federation Book your tickets to see Sri Lankan Point Five band perform in March as FSOQ fundraiser Musical talent evening on January 27 to raise funds for SPUR welfare projects Farewell Lal Mendis: Beacon of kindness and joy will be missed by our community FSOQ honours founding members and a friend of Sri Lanka with special presentation Large crowds expected at Sri Lanka Day Multicultural and Food Festival on Sunday FSOQ’s team of officials for 2023-24 Sunday Island features tribute to Anton Swan by former high commissioner Skandakumar Sri Lanka Day on October 15 will showcase food, fun and cultural delights Anton Swan’s exemplary service as Sri Lanka’s consul feted at FSOQ’s gala dinner