The Archdiocese of Brisbane stretches from the Queensland / New South Wales border, north to Gin Gin and west to Eidsvold and Gatton.
The boundaries of the Archdiocese of Brisbane begin in the south at the Queensland/New South Wales border and run north for about 350 kilometres along the east coast of Queensland to Gin Gin, north of Maryborough, through a landscape that includes the sun-drenched beaches of the Gold and Sunshine Coasts.
Reaching from 100-300 kilometres west to Eidsvold and Gatton, the Archdiocese meets the Auburn Range and follows the Great Divide to the Blackbutt Range. From there it runs in a straight line to the junction of the Lockyer and Ma Ma Creeks, to the McPherson Range and to the Queensland/New South Wales Border – a land area of 77,000 square kilometres.
Across its 77,000 square kilometres, the Archdiocese of Brisbane encompasses the following: