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31 years of experience

We’re stronger together.

We support anyone affected by endometriosis, adenomyosis, PCOS, infertility or pelvic pain, by offering them the tools, services and programs to understand and take control of their health.


Latest news

A new figure has been put on the number of women in Australia living with endometriosis.

Researchers from The University of Queensland have found 1 in 9 Australian women are diagnosed with the inflammatory condition by the time they reach the age of 44.

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Our impact

We believe that knowledge is power. QENDO has a global reach and we empower people through support, education and guidance—helping them build their very own toolbox of information.



thousand Dollars Raised

To support Professor Grant Montgomery and his research into genomics around the measurement of genetic markers from across the genome to determine the genetic regions associated with risk.



Years Serving communities

Our work is like no other. Since August 1988, we have supported those affected through education sessions, support programs and advocacy.



Thousand australians Impacted

Through our work, we continue to positively impact the community.


Our Programs

We have a range of programs available to suit our QENDO community. Whether it is education in schools, the EndoSister Program or our education sessions, we have a program to suit your needs.


EndoSister Program

Our EndoSister Program gives you the chance to meet or talk with a 'sister' who has been through, or is going through, a similar experience to you. Our EndoSister Program is open to anyone affected by endometriosis! You might have just received your diagnosis or you may have been living with the disease for a while. 


Schools Program

QENDO and Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia (PPFA) partnered to bring the PPEP Talk Program to 10 Queensland schools in 2019! The pilot traveled throughout South East Queensland and visited thousands of school-aged teens to talk all things periods, pelvic pain and endometriosis. Find out more about the program and register your school’s interest.



Our program allows your organisation or workplace to become an accredited ‘endo aware’ workplace! It is a series of face-to-face workshops, which will guide you through a range of information, support and management opportunities. Our team of professionals can assist and support your workforce


Education Sessions

At QENDO, we’re passionate about empowering the community to make informed choices about their health! We host regular education events focusing on a variety of topics relating to women’s health. These events provide an intimate opportunity to gain valuable information, strategies and tips from health professionals and practitioners.


june 2019

Thank you, QENDO. You have supported, educated and guided me back to health, and return to my job. Everyone should know about your services and team.

Katherine / Read full article



Shop our range

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heat packs

Wili Heat Packs Back Wrap Heat Bags have five individual panels sewn into them so that the heat is evenly distributed across your neck, your stomach to help relieve stomach cramps, or sideways across aching hips.



Shop our hand-stamped jewellery range, custom made to spark conversations and create awareness.


books & resources

Shop our selection of books from experts in the women’s health.


Work with us



Join our wonderful, dedicated team of volunteers who run QENDO. We have many projects and events throughout the year that would not be possible without the assistance volunteers. Find out about the current volunteer opportunities.

support worker

QENDO support workers are the voices at the end of our 24/7 support line. They assist those affected by endometriosis by providing advice and support to them throughout all stages of their endo journey. Support workers also have the opportunity to present at school visits, information nights and social events. 
Support workers are provided specialised training, which is delivered throughout the year in person or online. Express your interest in becoming a support worker here.


Become a QENDO member and be part of a community that has access to a range of help and information about living with endometriosis, adenomyosis, PCOS or infertility.

We're here to make sure you have access to everything you need to better understand and manage your endometriosis. We’ll also keep you up to date with all our events, which are great opportunities to connect with the endo community across Queensland.

Upcoming events



“In 2016 I attended my first endometriosis event in Brisbane and discovered I am not alone! I asked myself - how can I be part of something bigger? This is when I stumbled upon QENDO. Having lived with endometriosis for 16-years, suffered in daily pain for many years I jumped at the opportunity to volunteer with this amazing organisation. I feel part of a sisterhood of women who face the same challenges and that are trying to make a difference! I have two young daughters and I do not want them to face the same barriers I have had to for so long. Volunteering for QENDO makes me know I am contributing towards a cause that does not have enough education, awareness or funding to see a significant change in my lifetime. However, if there is any possibility of helping women to manage this debilitating disease and knowing there is a brighter future for the next generation I can find peace and gratitude in knowing my small part has contributed to a bigger picture.”

~ Bel