4 THINGS TO DO AROUND THE REGION
Take a swing
NOW is the time for keen golfers to be in Charleville, because free coaching clinics are being held and all are welcome.
John Collins, head professional coach from Brookwater Golf Club, is visiting along with his trainee and will spend two days in town giving golf tips to ladies, gents and kids. WHEN: October 4-5. WHERE: Charleville Golf Club.
AUGATHELLA will be the location for the classiest garden party in the west when the Isolated Children’s Parents’ Association branch hosts a high tea garden party.
Fundraising for the group, the morning tea/lunch will have a bar on hand and boutiques from across the region selling their gorgeous wares.
The high tea garden party is sure to be a glamorous event. WHEN: Saturday, October 13. WHERE: Ellangowan Station, 258484 Biddenham Rd, Augathella.
Meet league greats
QUEENSLAND Rugby League is staging a Drought Relief Goodwill Tour in partnership with Men of League and FOGS.
Current and former NRL stars will bring some cheer for five fun-filled days across southwest Queensland.
Take a chance to meet Queensland Maroons players David Shillington, Michael Crocker and Chris Walker, Cronulla Sharks utility Kurt Capewell and ex-Bronco Shane Walker. WHEN: October 15-20. WHERE: Barcoo Hotel, Blackall (October 16) and Charleville RSL (October 17).
Bush goes Bavarian
TAMBO QCWA invites one and all to Oktoberfest in Tambo, a celebration of delicious German food and beer.
It’ll be the greatest party in town, with live music, games and prizes for those who step out in their best pair of lederhosen.
Party buses will be rolling in from Blackall but bookings are required. WHEN: October 19 from 6.30pm.
WHERE: Tambo Shire Hall.
ONE of the most anticipated nights of the year is coming up fast, so frock up and suit up for the Switched On Electrical Hangar Ball. WHEN: October 20, from 5pm. WHERE: RFDS hangar.
HAVING A BALL: Charleville RFDS ball is just around the corner.