The Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane is located in the south-east corner of Queensland and extends from Childers in the north, the Gold Coast to the south and west to Gayndah.
- Population of the Archdiocese is 2,258,806 with approximately 550,000 Catholics in the area
- Archbishop Mark Coleridge leads the mission of the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Brisbane
- There are currently 112 parishes and 124 priests engaged in pastoral ministry
Role of the Archdiocese
The Archdiocese and its parishes conduct a range of pastoral, educational, social welfare and administrative services to further the mission of the Catholic Church to the people of south-east Queensland.
For more information about the Archdiocese and its role, please feel free to visit the Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane website.
For more information about social welfare services within the Archdiocese, please feel free to visit the Centacare Brisbane website.
Map of the Archdiocese
Below is a map of the Archdiocese of Brisbane. This green colour identifies the areas within south east Queensland which belong to the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
You can also search for schools within the Archdiocese by our school map search or by the School directory.