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selectability is delighted to be establishing a presence in Ayr and to transform the currently disused Caledonian Hall ("Hornets Rugby League Clubhouse" to many) into a community Mental Health Hub. This will become a central location for those across the region to connect and link to vital mental wellbeing support and services. 

This redevelopment is part of the Queensland Government's Community Infrastructure Investment Partnership. As part of this, on 10 September 2021,  the Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development and Infrastructure, Dr Steven Miles announced that selectability was a successful recipient of $808k in funding to transform the Caledonian Hall.

We anticipate this project will be completed and officially opened by 30 June 2022.

You can read the full announcement HERE.

We need your feedback

selectability is seeking feedback from Burdekin residents on mental health and the availability of appropriate support across the region.

Your insights into your own mental health, that of your loved ones and the types of support you want will help selectability to ensure that the community mental health and suicide prevention hub offers services to meet your needs.

We are keen to hear from as many people as possible, so please encourage your friends and family to complete this survey.

Meet the team


The Burdekin Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Hub

182 Edward St, Ayr

P 0459 918 616


Get in touch

Ph. 1800 133 123

66-68 Charles Street, Aitkenvale QLD 4814

PO Box 189, Aitkenvale QLD 4814

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We can arrange for interpreter services for most languages

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ABN 27 174 635 449

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Acknowledgement Acknowledgement Acknowledgement Acknowledgement

selectability acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we provide services and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge those with lived experience and those who support and partner with us to improve mental wellbeing and prevent suicide across regional Queensland.