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Entries for the 2023 Queensland Strata Community Awards are open.

Entries for the 2023 Queensland Strata Community Awards are open.

Entry Requirements

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Entries for the 2024 Queensland Strata Community Awards for Excellence are open.

Individual Award

Community Champion of the Year

Acknowledging and recognising a strata business or individual in the strata sector whose community contributions over the prior year have made an impact on the lives of others.


Describe your community involvement. Include details about who you supported and why, what you did during the time you contributed.

  • Who you supported

  • What did you do to provide support (fundraising, awareness, volunteer time)

  • How long have you been involved?

  • Unique or challenging hurdles to overcome.

Top tips:

  • 300-word limit.

  • Be clear and succinct – include the key information you would like the judges to know about.

Goals & Results

  • Explain the goals set for your community program this past year and in what ways you achieved those goals.

  • Provide an example(s) of your proudest achievement(s) this year.

Top tips:

  • 300-word limit.


Describe the impact of your community program/project.

Top tips:

  • 300-word limit.


  1. Must be a current employee of an SCAQ Strata Management or Service Member and the Corporate must hold membership in Queensland for at least 2 years at time of nomination.

  2. Must NOT have a Code of Conduct complaint upheld against them over the last 12 months.

  3. Entrants must be available for an online interview at a time specified by SCAQ.

  4. Must provide a Declaration form stating the information provided in the Awards submission is true and accurate.

  5. The winner of this award category will not progress to the 2024-2025 SCA Australasia Awards as a Finalist. This category is only eligible in the Queensland Strata Awards.

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