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Emergency Management Queensland has provided translated information into different languages and Auslan. The information provided will give you advice about how you and your family can prepare for an emergency or natural disaster.

Translated fact sheets

These fact sheets provide you with information about preparing your home for an emergency or natural disaster, along with having an emergency plan and listening to weather warnings.

Above fact sheets are available in English and 16 other languages:

  • Arabic العربية          
  • Chinese (simple)
  • Chinese (traditional)
  • Cook Islands Maori Māori Kūki 'Āirani
  • Fijian Na Vosa Vakaviti
  • French français
  • Greek Ελληνικά 
  • Hindi हिन्दी
  • Hmong Hmoob
  • Indonesian Bahasa Indonesia
  • Italian Italiano
  • Japanese 日本語
  • Korean 한국어 조선말
  • Nepali
  • Portuguese português
  • Punjabi ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, پنجابی, Panjābī
  • Samoan Gagana Sāmoa
  • Spanish castellano
  • Swahili
  • Tongan tɒŋən
  • Vietnamese tiếng Việt

Australian sign language (Auslan)

Emergency Management Queensland provides disaster preparedness messages translated into Australian Sign Language (Auslan).

Auslan videos are provided to help you plan for an emergency or natural disaster.

Radio stations

Radio 4EB (98.1 FM)

Brisbane’s ethnic radio station hosts programs in over 50 different languages. Contact the Ethnic Broadcasting Association of Queensland (trading as Radio 4EB) on (07) 3240 8600.

SBS Radio (93.3 FM)

Translating & interpreting service

For more translation information and assistance contact the Translating and Interpreting Service on 13 14 50.

Special thanks to Emergency Management Queensland, Red Cross and Deaf Services Queensland for providing translated and Auslan materials for Moreton Bay Regional Council’s use.

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