Did you know 83,292 participants have entered the NDIS Scheme since July 2013 and currently reside in Queensland?

Of these, this quarter:

16,860 plans have been reviewed
5,274 people have entered the Scheme
608 (11.5%) people identified as Indigenous, taking the total number of Indigenous participants in Queensland to 7,151 (9.1%).
338 (6.4%) people are Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) taking the total number of CALD participants in Queensland to 4,344 (5.5%).

Keeping abreast of the latest NDIS statistics is important to inform your workforce or business strategy.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) publishes a quarterly report, available on its website. The reports contain up to date information and breakdown of participants in each state as well as the funding or provision of supports by the NDIA in each jurisdiction.


Information provided in the NDIS Quarterly Reports supports findings produced in the six regional NDIS Workforce Research Project, published this year.

The research project led by WorkAbility Qld looks at the impact of the NDIS since its rollout in 2016 across Queensland and makes predictions and recommendations for the disability sector in each region.

To read the reports click here.

Apprentice or Trainee, Community Organisation or ACCHO, Employee, Employer or Self-Managed Participant, Job seeker, School, Student, Training Provider
Date published
March 15, 2021