Indian Council of Australia Queensland (ICAQ) is an amalgam of many small and big associations and groups that live and made Queensland their home. As migrants living in Queensland, they continue to contribute to agriculture, public services to the schools, higher education, medical profession, allied health, services sector, security, banking, and IT industry to name a few.
Indian diasporas represent the many states of India and in its composition has several sub-groups, representing the home states and geographies in India from where they have travelled to make Queensland their home. Twenty-nine states and seven union territories are India in its composition and many of the Indian diaspora here in Queensland represent a slice of that diversity.
ICAQ, mirrors that diversity and as a platform that celebrates the diversity and identity of the Indian diaspora.
ICAQ recognises a growing need to partake in productive diversity, lead successful endeavours and to live a life with heritage, comraderies in multicultural Queensland.