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JDI teaches important life skills like leadership, organisation, teamwork, and confidence.  But most importantly, we want you to have fun doing the things you like to do.  Many of our local groups have competitions with awards and recognition for outstanding achievements.


Local JDI groups get together twice a month.  Events are lead and run by the girls, themselves. Members learn practical lessons about running meetings, handling finances, planning events and public speaking.


There’s also the opportunity to travel overseas to attend our annual international convention and to visit other JDI groups around the world where you will make friendships that will last a lifetime.

Community & Charity

Local JDI groups regularly select a charity or service project to support.  Various causes are also supported at the state and international levels as well.  This might include things like collecting gifts for needy families, food drives, participating in fun runs or supporting a variety of other worthy charities.

Fun & Friendship

Local JDI groups plan frequent fun activities like bowling, pool parties, sleep overs, mystery trips, dinners, scavenger hunts and so much more.

There are also regular opportunities to go to fun activities that are planned at the state level – giving a chance to make new friends and hang out with young ladies from other parts of the state.

Interested?  If you think JDI might be right for you, Contact Us

Job’s Daughters International “JDI”

The Queensland branch of Job's Daughters International is a registered not-for-profit, community group for girls with the purpose of teaching young women to become contributing, self-reliant and confident adults.  Our activities are designed around Learning, Leadership and Fun.  We teach our members life-long skills through activities specifically designed for two age groups:

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Girls 10 to Teen

Known as "Jobies" or "Daughters", this is the main age group for our members.  Activities include:

Girls Not Yet 10

Known as "Jobies to Bee" younger girls experience JDI through a bee theme; also having fun and learning new skills.

As a Jobie to Bee, you will receive a regular newsletter which will contain competitions, fun activities and information on the forthcoming JDI and Jobie to Bee events.  You and your parents are always welcome to attend these events.

A few times each year, you will be invited to attend a special party where you will be able to get to know other girls and where you will learn about the things that you will get to do when you join JDI.  Each party will have a different theme such as mermaids, puppies, or fairies.

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