About Consult Australia's Mental Health Knowledge Hub

Consult Australia member businesses have prioritised, progressed, produced and promoted the mental health content available on this mental health knowledge hub, demonstrating the people-centric ethos at the heart of the consulting industry. 


On this knowledge hub you will find:

  • campaigns we have developed, or we support, that promote mentally healthy workplaces
  • business guides developed by Consult Australia members for consulting businesses and their staff
  • member experiences in developing mentally healthy workplace strategies
  • links to external resources developed by peer supported mental health organisations

We thank our members for their leadership and dedication that has made this knowledge hub possible, and we applaud all those who continue to champion mentally healthy workplaces, and a mentally healthy industry.


The success and sustainability of our industry is underpinned by the health and wellbeing of our people. If you have any ideas on how we can better support our people and the ecosystem of our industry, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the Consult Australia team.


The range of materials provided on this Mental Health Knowledge Hub are guides only without the assumption of duty of care by Consult Australia. The summary should not be relied on as a substitute for any other professional advice. 


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Our Campaigns & Initiatives

Consult Australia recognises that everyone has a responsibility and a role to ensure our workforce remains healthy and productive. Our campaigns demonstrate this with takeaways for the profession, as well as our clients and other members of the ecosystem highlighted in each.

Business Guides

Our mental health business guides are designed by members for consulting businesses working across Australia in shaping, creating and sustaining our built and natural environment. The guides are free to access and provide general information on how to support yourself and your team when experiencing some mental health and wellbeing challenges.
The business guides provide a summary only of the subject matter covered, without the assumption of duty of care by Consult Australia. The summary should not be relied on as a substitute for legal or other professional advice.

Member Experiences

The success of Consult Australia's mental health initiative is due to the passion and persistence of our members who champion this work. Find out more about the work our member businesses are doing to support the mental health and wellbeing of themselves and their colleagues. 

External Resources

Looking for more information? Here are some links to external resources that Consult Australia has found helpful. 

Quick Facts


of Consult Australia members report mental health and wellbeing as a key workplace challenge

$17b per year

is the cost of absenteeism and presenteeism associated with mental health issues


government contacts were asked to pause tenders over the Christmas/New Year period for 2022 to give consultants and constructors a break.

Sources: Consult Australia Industry Health Check June 2022, Black Dog Institute, Consult Australia Christmas Tender Campaign 2022

Get Involved

If you have any feedback, questions, or ideas for future campaigns please email us: info@consultaustralia.com.au