Accessing translation services in Queensland

The following translating services in Queensland can be accessed by Early Childhood Education and Care Services:

  • SBS In Language Production
  • The University of Queensland
  • Radio 4EB
  • NGO's funded by the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services

 SBS In Language Production

SBS LogoSBS In Language provides specialist strategic consulting, translation services, subtitles, voice over, typesetting and video production to ensure you reach your clients in their own language. SBS In Language translates a comprehensive range of client materials.

These include user manuals, software localisations, Website and App translations, technical and legal documents, education and training materials as well as marketing, medical and product specific documents. SBS In Language services clients across Australia from their Sydney and Melbourne offices.

For further information email:

The Sydney phone number is 1300305727 and the Melbourne phone number is 1300859727.

The University of Queensland

University of Queensland LogoThe University of Queensland, through its Institute of Modern Languages (IML) provides NAATI accredited, professional translations for individuals and organisations in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Canberra. With NAATI translators in over 90 languages, the team delivers fast high quality translations.

For further information email:  or Phone: (07) 3346 8207; Fax: (07) 3346 8211

Radio 4EB

4EB LogoRadio 4EB is a specialized radio to suit people who speak a language other than English or have a keen interest in culture. Brisbane’s only multilingual radio station broadcasting 24/7 in over 50 languages. 4EB FM 98.1 has studios located at 140 Main Street, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane.  Community members translate their announcements at reasonable rates. Their translators are mostly uncredentialed.

For further information email:  or Phone: (07) 3240 8600; Fax (07) 3240 8633

NGOs funded by the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services

SWITCl ogoNGOs funded by the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services under the Disability and Community care portfolio of the Queensland Government are eligible to access interpreting and translation services through SWITC.

The SWITC program offers support to people who are:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
  • From a culturally and linguistically diverse(CALD) background, including Australian South Sea Islanders
  • Deaf or hearing impaired people who use sign language as their primary mode of communication
  • Blind or visually impaired people who use Braille for written communication

SWITC can be used to facilitate communication and translation of documents for culturally and linguistically diverse and Braille.

For more information email: or Phone: (07) 38928559

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