Mens Wellbeing Inc is a community of “men supporting men”.

We are a not-for-profit organisation working to support men and their loved ones by providing places and programs where men can find themselves and become better men.

Weekend Events

Weekend Events

You can attend a wide range of events, ranging from Men’s Weekend Gatherings to one-day events. Men’s events occur throughout south east Queensland and interstate. To see what events are scheduled in your area, please visit our Event Calendar.

Mens's Programs

Men’s Programs

Mens Wellbeing ‘flagship’ program is Common Ground. Common Ground is a 9-week facilitated course that offers a powerful way for men to explore the issues and challenges and have the conversations that they need to have.

Open Men's Groups

Men’s Groups

We offer Men’s Groups throughout south-east Queensland and Victoria, usually held fortnightly. Open Men's Groups are free to attend and no booking is necessary. We also offer opportunities to access closed men's groups.

Men's Connect

Community

Within our community, men from a wide range of backgrounds get to connect and forge new friendships. Join our Facebook group and stay connected with what’s happening in the men’s wellbeing community.

Mens Wellbeing Inc is a community of “men supporting men”.

Mens Wellbeing was founded 25 years ago as Men’s Health and Wellbeing Association of Queensland. From humble beginnings we have now grown into an active community of more than 2,000 men, primarily in South-East Queensland but our reach has extended to Northern NSW, Victoria and Tasmania.

Mens Wellbeing is a totally self-funded and not-for-profit community incorporated association with charitable endorsement from the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. Many men in our community volunteer their time to support Mens Wellbeing and the organisation is steered by an elected management committee of volunteers and employs part-time staff. You can support us with a Tax Deductible Donation!

  • Portrait of Steve Biddulph

Steve Biddulph AM, Charity Patron

Mens Wellbeing is proud to have Steve Biddulph AM as our patron. Steve is a world-recognised family psychologist and author of best-selling books including Manhood, Raising Boys, Raising Girls, Stories of Manhood and The Secret Life of Men.

We offer an open-hearted welcome without judgement and the opportunity to self-explore how to become a better man in a safe and confidential environment with other men who share similar challenges and aspirations. For more information, please explore our website, follow our Facebook page to stay informed of our latest events and courses, or contact us.

Upcoming Events

May
02
May WAM Circle
Online!
02/05/2024 7:00 pm

What are the WAM Online Sharing Circles?

WAM Online Sharing Circles are a joint initiative of Women’s Wellbeing Association and Mens Wellbeing Association!

Online Sharing Circles are like a men’s circle or women’s circle but online and open…

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May
03
Manshine 2024
Lake Somerset, Brisbane Valley
03/05/2024 4:00 pm

The Manshine Organising Committee have been working hard to provide an extraordinary experience at MANSHINE 2024 – an event that goes beyond the ordinary, promising a weekend of transformation, camaraderie, and self-discovery.

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May
17
Everyman Gathering 2024
Yarra Junction
17/05/2024 5:00 pm

Everyman Gatherings are a great opportunity to meet and enjoy the company of other blokes who are up for being real, dropping the bravado and experiencing the gift of each other’s presence.

This event is co-created by…

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Jun
03
June WAM Circle
Online!
03/06/2024 7:00 pm

What are the WAM Online Sharing Circles?

WAM Online Sharing Circles are a joint initiative of Women’s Wellbeing Association and Mens Wellbeing Association!

Online Sharing Circles are like a men’s circle or women’s circle but online and open…

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Testimonials

  • The Common Ground program changed my life, it helped me become the man I am today.

    Nathan, Melbourne
  • My reason for attending common ground was that I wanted to better deal with my anger and my addictions. In the process of exploring these things, I managed to quit my job and take my business full time. The men's group that followed the course helped give me the support and self belief to tackle things in my life I never thought I was capable of.

    Ben, Durack
  • I'm still thankful for being part of a group after 8 years. So glad there's more to manliness than beer and sports.

    David, Ferny Grove
  • I'd lost my purpose. Common Ground gave me a way to find it and a group of friends to support me.

    David, Wynnum
  • Common Ground has given me more understanding of why I do this things I do in my life. It has help me with my integrity and given me a platform to share my life experiences/challenges with other men. I found the program hugely therapeutic and would recommend it to other young men.

    Rowland, Wynnum
  • I attended common ground a few years ago after my partner noticed a flyer and suggested it might be good for me as I was angry and abusive and struggling to communicate with my x wife. I only wish I discovered this program years earlier. I am still part of a men's group as a result of common ground that meets every fortnight sharing with each other in a non judgemental way helping me to deal with life's ups and downs. Thank you common ground and importantly the facilitators for showing me the tools to help overcome my issues.

    Tony, Ipswich

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