Brisbane Branch started and received its Christopher Lamp.
Toc H members took children from the Royal Brisbane Children’s Hospital to the Brisbane Exhibition – “The EKKA Outing”. This has continued to this day.
Three hundred children were entertained at a Christmas Party.
Moves were made towards setting up a Blood Transfusion Service.
Townsville Branch members brought a number of children from Richmond and Cloncurry to Townsville for medical treatment and a holiday by the sea. This was the beginning of The Royal Queensland Bush Children’s Health Scheme.
Toc H Services Clubs were opened in Cairns (Talbot House) and in Townsville.
Toc H hosted the first Midnight Service on ANZAC Eve at the Shrine of Remembrance in Brisbane.
Coungeau House, on Bribie Island, was bought by Toc H and became a Holiday Home for people with disabilities and people in need.
Senator Neville Bonner, Australia’s first Aboriginal Senator, was a member of Toc H. He strongly supported the movement’s ethos, and officially opened the St Paul’s School Toc H Branch.
Toc H was re-established successfully in Townsville and Cairns.
Toc H held multicultural youth forums in Brisbane
Toc H Brisbane Branch partnered with Childhood Cancer Support to hold camps and Christmas parties for Children and their families living with cancer.
Toc H commenced holding Picnic in a Park for migrants and refugee.