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CLERMONT RAG Community Newsletter Friday December 2 2016

Water bill reprieve for Isaac ratepayers Isaac ratepayers have been given a twelve month reprieve by Isaac Regional Council before they have to pay for water use.

Mayor Anne Baker said Council moved to delay water consumption charges, which were to take effect from July 1, 2016 at the Council Ordinary Meeting week. “The delay will provide more time for ratepayers to prepare, and for Council to ensure a seamless transition to the new user pays system,” she said. “We know how difficult the economic environment is for our residents, ratepayers and businesses.” “While Council intended to, it has not issued any charges for consumption and will not charge for consumption until July 1, 2017.” “Council will take the time to ensure the new charging system is appropriate, efficient and reliable.” “The first water notice issued will be for the period July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 and will be issued during January, 2018.”

“The delay will also provide people with more time to develop their water-saving habits,” she said. Ratepayers can sign up to MiWater, a website that provides water consumption information at “You will be able to set email and SMS alerts and be notified of water leaks and high consumption within days of occurrence.” Ratepayers will still pay an access charge as part of their rates; this covers the cost of owning, operating, maintaining and managing the water supply facilities and network in eight communities across Isaac. For more details on the two-part water tariff, please visit

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Council throws support behind Clermont community projects Clermont is set to host the national Campdraft finals with Isaac Regional Council contributing a $10,000 platinum sponsorship

Keen for Campdraft: Clermont Campdraft fans can look forward to the Australian Campdraft Association National Finals in 2017.

Clermont is set to host the national Campdraft finals thanks to Isaac Regional Council’s $10,000 platinum sponsorship. The sponsorship was awarded through the Isaac Community Grants Program, during the Ordinary Council Meeting last week. Mayor Anne Baker said the Australian Campdraft Association National Finals will be held April 21 to 24, 2017. “Congratulations to the Clermont Campdraft Association for winning their bid to host the event at the Clermont Showgrounds. “This is an outstanding coup for Clermont, with the finals set to attract Campdraft enthusiasts from across Australia.” Campdraft fans weren’t the only winners in this week’s Council meeting. Mayor Anne Baker said a Major Grant was awarded to help disadvantaged youth in the Clermont district. “A grant of $2,500 will help the Clermont and District Education Group provide student bursaries,” she said. “The financial assistance will allow youth to pursue post-school education and employment opportunities. “Council also voted unanimously to support the Clermont Rangers Program.

“The Showgrounds facility hire fee will be waived to host the exciting course. “It will deliver a qualification in conservation and land management for indigenous youth. “Council is pleased to support the program proposed by Glencore, TAFE Queensland North and the Clermont Aboriginal Community Development Fund (ACDF).” The Clermont Campdraft Association and Clermont and District Education Group were successful applicants in Round Two of Isaac’s Community Grants Program. Round three of Major Community Grants is now open, closing January 15, 2017. Not for profit community groups and organisation are encouraged to apply for funding to support local projects, events and activities. For more details on Isaac Community Grants please visit or call 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227). Isaac Community Grants •

Round Three – closing January 15, 2017

Round Four – Open January 16 to April 15, 2017

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Christmas comes to Isaac Libraries Special Christmas Story Time sessions will be held from December 5 to 9.

Mayor Anne Baker said Christmas is a magical time of year and Isaac libraries are celebrating with some festive fun. “Children and parents are invited to join in carols, festive stories and craft. “This is our way of rounding out another wonderful year and saying thank you to all the families who’ve supported Isaac Libraries.”

Isaac Libraries Christmas Celebrations – December 5 to 9



9.30am – 10.30am

Bookings essential for Story Time sessions. Activities are catered for children aged five and under. To reserve your place call 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227) or visit your local library. For more details on Isaac Libraries Christmas sessions or school holidays program visit

Upcoming ‘GPS Essentials’ workshops contributed by Hannah Leu - AgForce Queensland

AgForce Queensland is holding a ‘GPS Essentials’ workshop on Wednesday December 7 in Clermont giving landholders the opportunity to learn how to use or improve their handheld GPS skills. This practical one-day workshop, in conjunction with the Fitzroy Basin Association teaches skills to apply to on-farm practices, such as planning, and property mapping and fencing. For more information and to register for the event visit or call (07) 3238 6048.

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Diesel Mechanic

Competitive hourly rate + shift loading 5 day week – afternoon shift On call bonus

Seeking a Trade Qualified Diesel Fitter / Mechanic to join our team at Clermont. THE CANDIDATE  Trade qualifications as a Diesel Mechanic  Qualified experience in vehicle / fleet servicing  Motivated team player with an exceptional eye for detail  Understanding of computer systems  Be subject to a pre-employment medical, drug and alcohol testing  A HR licence is essential  Forklift licence would be desired BENEFITS As a J.J. Richards team member you will enjoy:  Uniforms, PPE and training  The stability of a growing national, family owned and operated business with over 80 years’ experience  A safe, professional and inclusive work environment  Working with a safe and reliable fleet APPLY Please send your applications to ABOUT THE COMPANY J.J. Richards is Australia’s largest, family-owned and operated waste management company with a dynamic attitude that values our people, their safety and the environment. We strive for a diverse, innovative, collaborative and high performance culture that celebrates the contribution of every employee. People like working for J.J. Richards because of our commitment to safety, innovation and professionalism. Our staff are customer focused and enjoy a friendly work environment. Once you join the team, you’ll want to stay.


QCOAL Foundation QCoal Foundation Scholarship QCoal Foundation is proud to partner with James Cook University (JCU) to provide the QCoal Foundation Scholarship. Established in 2015, the Scholarship aims to support students who intend to commence study at JCU, with preference given to those from rural and remote communities in Queensland. Students preparing to study geology or science at JCU are encouraged to apply for a QCoal Foundation Scholarship to help them with their studies. Recipients will receive $10,000 each year to help them through three years of study. To be eligible, students: •

need to have completed Year 12 within two years prior to studying at JCU and preference will be given to geology or science (excluding marine biology) students. must be starting their first year of study in a Bachelor’s degree at a campus or study centre of JCU (excluding Brisbane and Singapore).

must be currently living in, or have relocated from, an outer regional, remote or very remote area of Queensland (check website for details)

be an Australian citizen or holder of an Australian Permanent visa.

A new scholarship is awarded each year and applications opened on 1 October 2016. Further information is available at with applications due by 31 January 2017. Applicants are encouraged to demonstrate their interest in working in rural or regional Queensland. Preference will be given to scholarship applicants from the Isaac and Whitsunday Council regions. In particular Bowen, Proserpine, Collinsville, Gumlu, Queens Beach, Carmila, Clairview, Clermont, Coppabella, Dysart, Glenden, Moranbah and Nebo. For more information about the 2016 QCoal Foundation Scholarship, please visit

Publishing in Clermont Rag Disclaimer While all possible care is taken compiling and printing “The Clermont Rag” the Editor and distributors expressly disclaim and are not liable for any omission, or any errors, whether whole or impartial, as to the contents in this newsletter prior to or at the time of publication. Due to space restrictions the Editor reserves the right to edit long articles. Please note the Clermont Rag does not take positions on any political issue, nor does it endorse any candidate. The publication therefore does not print any advert, article or any submission which can be deemed to contain content of a political nature.

Advertising in the Rag All paid advertisements must be paid for prior to printing. Unpaid ads will not be printed. Payment is to be made at the Council Office or by contacting 1300 472 227 and speaking with a customer service officer. No accounts will be issued. A Privacy Form is required to be completed before your item can be published in the Clermont Rag. Colour Advertising Colour advertising in the Rag will be limited. If you require colour advertising then booking in advance is advisable. Please ensure that all items are emailed prior to the closing time of 5pm Monday in word or as a pdf or jpeg file. Email your Clermont Rag items to Isaac... helping to energise the world


School News St Joseph’s School

Student of the Week Awards

Making Jesus Real Awards

Prep: Armani-Rose Cassar for being so enthusiastic when completing Christmas activities.

Georgia Hutton for helping a classmate pickup their things when they had dropped them.

Year 1: Flinn Hart for being a bright, enthusiastic member of our class.

Banjo Walker for paying close attention to learning our Christmas Concert items.

Year 2: Nate Blackburn for your terrific work in maths.

Darcie Moore for the kind words you shared with your friend when they needed encouragement.

Year 3: Nayte Fish for the positive attitude you display towards all aspects of school. Year 4: Mackenzie Hamilton for the way you have shown enthusiasm and dedication to your learning. Year 5/6: Isabelle Hansen for your enthusiasm in learning your dance for our girls’ concert.

Cabe Stewart for being a kind friend at all times. You always show good manners and play nicely with others. Owen Rowlands for the kind way you treat others and for always speaking to people with respect.

Principal’s Award: Ashlynn Frost for the respectful way you treat others. You always greet people with a smile and a cherry hello.

Do you have a child aged between 6 months and 5 years? Are you looking for an exciting, safe and imaginative activity for your child to do? Do you want to get out of the house and meet other parents just like you?

If you answered yes, then maybe Playgroup is for you! Where: Clermont State School Hall When: Every Wednesday morning of the school term between 9am and 10.30am How much: $1 for one child, $2 for two or more children

What to bring: Morning tea for your child including water (No nut products please) New families are always welcome at Playgroup. No need to book, just show up on the morning! For details contact Katrina 0408 721 130 or Bec 0402 928 412 or like our Facebook Page.

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What’s on in Clermont? December 2016

Christmas comes to Clermont Tour the twinkling lights in this year’s Clermont Christmas Lights Competition. There’s still time to nominate, entries close December 7. Get festive at Centenary Park from 5.30pm, December 2 for Christmas in the Park. View the lights listing and full line-up of Christmas events on Council’s website.

Celebrate what’s great

Sign up for summer reading

Council closures

Council is gearing up for another fun filled Australia Day, January 26, 2017. Keep an eye on Council’s website for upcoming details on celebrations in Clermont.

Discover heroes, villains, sidekicks and more in the Summer Reading Club. Sign up at Clermont Library from December 1 to start your summer reading adventure.

Council Offices, Libraries and Depots will close from December 26, reopening January 3. For urgent enquiries please call 1300 472 227, operating 24 hours.

Visit or call 1300 ISAACS 1300 472 227 to find out more

In our neighbourhood Cr Lynette Jones Division 6 Clermont M E

0429 831 469

Time has really flown. Christmas just round the corner and no doubt Easter will be upon us. I have attended a lot of meetings in a short period of time. Meetings are a good thing, as long as they are not just meetings for the sake of holding a meeting. Pleased to say all the ones I attend are beneficial. Spent the day at Monash Lodge on Melbourne Cup day. I have to say it was the best fun I have had for a long time. Everyone of all ages had a great time as well. Race day at Clermont was another great event I attended recently. I had the pleasure of judging Fashions on the Field. Thanks to everyone who supported day and to the organisers for hosting another fantastic event.

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‘The town that moved’ to commemorate centenary of the 1916 flood

Isaac Regional Council Commemorates the 1916 Clermont Flood 1916 Clermont Flood Exhibition (Open now to December 2017)

1916 Flood Graveside Memorial Service (December 28)

Clermont Historical Centre

Clermont Cemetery

Visit the Centre from Wednesday to Saturday

From 9am

Full entry details at Council’s website:

RSVP by Wednesday December 14 by calling 1300 ISAACS (472 227) or visit Clermont Council Office


contributed by Sarge

Well we are definitely heading into Christmas and not a moment too soon I might add as there is a terrible shortage of good socks and Hawaiian shirts everywhere. Lucidly shops cannot sell these items at any other time of the year, so it’s a demand and supply strategy practiced by one Mr S Claus. Enough of the good tidings and onto real issues. Crime, not really happening at the moment in Clermont. Little things being reported but either everyone has become vigilant in the protection of their holdings or respect for each other has grown to new heights, a welcome sign. On the traffic front a couple of worrying trends. First issue - if you lose your license through court disqualification and you serve say your 6 months penance, then at the end of that time you must get a new license by visiting the station or a QT outlet and apply for a new license. Your old one is no good as it was cancelled. If you get caught driving you get charged with unlicensed driving or a ticket for a few hundred dollars. Don’t think like a bright young spark I recently pulled up and blame it on everyone else including the judge. I said to him well go and tell the judge that he stuffed up and see where you end up!

The second issue is personalized plates. You must apply to QT to have the plates placed on a vehicle. This means get the plates, fill out the form at the courthouse and submit it concerning the car you want to place the plates onto. Once this is done you will receive a receipt to carry around with you until you receive notification that the records have been modified. Again there is a few hundred reasons that you need to do this. As we come into the holiday period and those big car trips are approaching remember to have entertainment available. Kids today are not like us of old. They don’t want to listen to the ABC radio for hundreds of kilometres on end. However a word of caution about letting the kids arrange the entertainment, don’t! That is unless you want to play ‘Guess that Justin Beiber song’ for miles on end. Strike a happy medium and try to avoid the obscure I spy? Finally Christmas parties. They’re great but usually the worst place to drink and have your boss’s face right there. Be merry, try not to lose your job and above all respect each other and further for Mary’s sake stay away from the photocopier! Until next time The Sarge Isaac... helping to energise the world



On the Shelf

Sign up children for the Summer Reading Club

New arrivals

Summer has arrived and so has the Summer Reading Club. Isaac Libraries will hold the Summer Reading Club program, for school age children from Friday December 1, 2016 to Tuesday January 31, 2017. Summer Reading Club 2016 theme is ‘Heroes and Villains’ and to join in the SRC fun, children must register.

Recent arrivals in adult fiction includes the following: The Honeyfield Bequest by Anna Jacobs The Chocolate Tin by Fiona McIntosh This was a Man by Jeffrey Archer

SRC registration kits are available from the Clermont Library and registrations open on December 1. Clermont Library will hold SRC sessions on: •

Tuesday December 13 and 20, from 10.45am to 11.45am and from 10am to 11am on Tuesday January 3, 10 and 17

…and the School Holiday program…. Clermont Library’s School Holiday Programs starts on Tuesday December 13 and continues until Thursday January 19.

Christmas craft sessions will be held on Tuesday December 13 and 20, from 9.15am to 10.15am. • Recycled Art sessions will be held on Thursday, December 15 and 22 from 10.45am to 11.45am, and from 10am to 11am on Thursday January 5, 12 and 19. •

The School Holiday programs are suited to primary school age children and young teenagers, and bookings are essential.

…don’t forget – Lego Robotics Clermont Library will be holding a Lego Robotics Program on: •

Wednesday January 4, 11 and 18 from 10am to 12pm

The Lego Robotics Program is suited to children aged from 9 -16 years and there are only 10 places available in each session, which are filling up fast. We will be taking names for standby lists for all sessions. It is advisable for children to attend all 3 sessions to get the most out them.

‘One Million Stars’ project

Isaac Libraries have set a goal of making 10,000 stars for the ‘One Million Stars to End Violence’ star weaving project. We have a star weaving station set up for people to drop in anytime during opening hours to weave a star from ribbon. If you want to escape the heat, come to the Clermont Library to enjoy the air-conditioning and make a few stars. Gather a few friends and make a morning or afternoon of it.

First Five Forever

Babies and children love sharing stories and it’s never too early to talk, read and tell stories with your child. The Clermont Library runs three children’s sessions a week and all programs are aimed at helping young children develop their literacy, numeracy and language skills from a young age, through singing nursery rhymes, performing action songs and reading books.

Library program/event bookings Bookings for all library programs are essential. To book call the Clermont Library on 4846 3746. Until next time, see you at the Library. Sue and Laura

Children love Baby Bounce, Storytime, Craft and Rhymetime Have you recently moved to Clermont with a young family and want to meet other young families? The Clermont Library runs several weekly children’s sessions. They are a good way to connect with other parents with young children. Rhymetime and Craft is held from 9.30am to 10am every Tuesday for children up to five years old, where they can sing and dance to nursery rhyme songs. Baby Bounce is held on Thursday from 9.30am to 10am and is aimed at children aged up to two years. Baby Bounce is a chance for parents to interact with their child through movement, music and song. Storytime and Craft time for the littlies is held at the Clermont Library every Friday from 9.30am to 10.30am and caters for children up to Prep age. Bookings are essential please phone 4983 4746 or email Isaac... helping to energise the world


Date Claimers

Tai Chi For Health


Regular Wednesday Classes at the Senior Citizen’s Hall.


Christmas in the Park


RSL Christmas fete


Clermont Markets


Seniors Christmas Luncheon


Advanced: 9-10am Intermediate: 10-11am Beginners: 11-12pm (as required) All welcome. Gold coin donation.

Clermont Cattle Sale

For more information please contact: Sue Flynn on 4983 3472 or 0418 719 198.


AgForce ‘GPS Essentials’ workshop


1916 Flood Graveside Memorial Service

Public Notices Roadworks – Golden Downs Road

the pipe network to ensure water quality continues to meet standards.

to ensure roads remain in good condition for the long term.

Isaac Regional Council wish to advise motorists of roadworks being carried out on Golden Downs Road:

Residents should be aware that during the flushing period they may experience later discolouration for a short period of time.

Council apologises for any inconvenience and asks that motorists abide by the traffic management plans in place.

Council apologises for any inconvenience experienced by residents during this process.

Clermont Rag publications

Monday Nov 21 - Friday Dec 16 6am – 5pm (Contractor and weather permitting)

These works are the beginning of the first stage of upgrades being carried out on Golden Downs Road. Traffic management will be in place with reduced speed limits.

Street sweeping works

Isaac Regional Council would like to advise Clermont community of upcoming street sweeping being carried out: Tuesday Nov 22 - Wednesday Dec 7 7am – 5pm This maintenance will be carried out on all sealed streets. Motorists are advised to exercise caution around the street sweeper.

First: Friday Jan 13, 2017

Isaac Regional Council advises motorists reseal works will commence (weather and contractor permitting) from: Wednesday Dec 14 – Monday Dec 19 7am to 5pm Traffic control and reduced speed limits will be in place on the following roads: Kenlogan Road Dec 14 – 15

Isaac Regional Council advises Clermont residents water mains flushing will be carried out as part of programmed maintenance:

Rubyvale Road Dec 16

Gregory Lane Dec 16

Spoonbill Road Dec 16

Wednesday Nov 30 - Tuesday Dec 6

Huntley Road Dec 17

9am to 3pm

Wolfang Access Road Dec 19

Water mains will be flushed across the town to circulate water through

Last: Friday Dec 16, 2016

Clermont reseal works

Water mains flushing

Isaac Regional Council wish to advise the community that the last publication for 2016 and the first publication for 2017 of the Clermont Rag will be:

If you are experiencing water discolouration please contact Council with your name, contact number and address so the issue can be investigated.

Clermont Telephone Guide 2017 Isaac Regional Council wish to advise any business that would like to advertise in the Clermont Telephone Guide 2017 that closure date is: Friday Dec 16 Please email or call into the Clermont Council Office to complete the necessary paperwork. If you require further information please contact 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227).

Council undertakes resealing works as a preventative measure,

GARY STEVENSON PSM Chief Executive Officer

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Cooks required at Gregory Highway Roadhouse - Clermont and BP - Dysart

Please email your resume to or phone Ramesh on 0430 542 755 POSITION VACANT SUPPORT WORKER CLERMONT Hinterland Community Care Inc is a community organisation which receives Government funding designed to provide services to frail aged, younger people with disability and their carers. Applications are invited for the position of Support Worker. Conditions of Employment:  First Aid Certificate/CPR  A Nation Wide Police Check  A Child Suitability Card (blue Card)  Preferred-Certificate III Aged, Community Care or Disability  Experience in Community Care Support.

For More information contact: Anne Ahern or Trish Rutherford on 49 582 116 or email your resume to: or



Religious Notices New Creation Fellowship Clermont

‘Come As You Are’ Service time 10am Sundays Scout Hall, Daintree Street. All are welcome. PS Trevor & Roxanne Cole 4983 3980.

St Mary’s Church December Saturday 3 Sunday 11 Saturday 17 Sunday 25 Saturday 31 January 2017 Saturday 7 Sunday 15 Saturday 21 Sunday 29

6pm 8.30am 6pm 8.30am 6pm 6pm 8.30am 6pm 8.30

Anglican Church Service All Saints’ Clermont December - Rev Bob Witten Carols at Monash Lodge Tuesday 13 6pm Eucharist Sunday 4, 11, 18 9am Wednesday 7, 14, 21 9.30am Christmas Service Friday 23 6pm No Service: Christmas Day, Wednesday December 28 and Sunday January 1, 2017 Phone: 4983 3484 For Hire of Anglican Church Hall call 4983 1435.

Uniting Church Cnr Capella and Box Streets Christmas Eve Service 7pm No Service New Year’s Day Sunday worship 8am Holy Communion celebrated each Sunday. Phone 4983 3445

Sonrise Central Queensland

Join Us! Sunday Service 9am Mainly Music (0-5 years) Mondays 9.15am Horse Riding Wednesdays 4 5.30pm Kids Club Fridays 4 - 5pm

CLAW youth Fridays 7 – 9pm 58 Capella Street Clermont We are an ACC church. Everyone welcome. Phone: Ps Allan Kelly 041 7095918 Ps Renita Kelly 0408 063 123 Ps Judy Anne Dalrymple 0413 761 778

Meetings 2016 Clermont Pensioners League meet every 2nd Monday of the month at the Senior Citizens Hall at 2pm. Country Women’s Association meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month at 11am at the QCWA Hall, Sirius Street. Meeting is followed by light lunch. The Clermont Men’s Shed now open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. For further information please contact Jason Hodda on 0427 670 377. Clermont Forum meet in the Commercial Hotel dining room during school term every 1st Thursday at 12 noon to 1pm. Clermont Artslink meetings are held every third Thursday of the month at 6.30pm at the Scout Hall in Daintree Street. For more information contact Liz Livingstone on 4983 2652. Clermont Senior Citizens Association hold their meeting on the 4th Thursday after activities at 11am. Join us at our hall in Capricorn Street. All welcome.

SSAA meetings held at the Range on 3rd Sunday of the month at 12 midday. Clermont Meals On Wheels meetings are held every alternate month on the 2nd Monday at 2pm at Monash Lodge. Clermont Patchwork and Quilters Group Inc meet Thursday and Saturday 9.30am – 3.30pm. Please join us for a cuppa and a laugh. Further info contact Linda on 0427 880 961. Monash Lodge Inc meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 4pm at Monash Lodge. Clermont Community Choir meet every week at the Scout Hall. Alternating Wednesday and Thursday nights at 7.30pm. New members always welcome - 16 years or over. For more information contact Freida Berry Porta on 0409 394 651. Clermont Health Advisory Network Team meets the first Thursday of each month at 7.30am at the Clermont Hospital. For more information contact Liz Livingstone on 4983 4011.

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Clermont Golf Club

Smiling for Smiddy

Youth Mental Health Awareness Program

Annual Golf Day

Clermont Dinner

Clermont Show Committee

Clermont Junior Golf Club

Clermont Kindergarten

Clermont Show

Annual Golf Day

Sip & Style

Clermont Senior Rugby League

Blair Athol Hall

Dept Env. & Her Protection


Bathroom Upgrade

Wombat Habitat

Mistake Creek School

Clermont Gold & Coal Festival

Clermont Senior Rugby League

eKindy Program

Festival Sponsorship

Battle of the Mines

Clermont Campdraft Committee


Clermont Beef Expo

Clermont Gold Cup

Pimp Your Pan Competition


BA Bush Sports Committee

Clermont Senior Rugby League

Clermont Race Club

Blair Athol Rodeo

New signboard

Alan Guilfoyle Race Sponsor

IronPit Gym

Clermont Junior Rugby League

Clermont Pony Club

Donation of Lockers

Paul Bowman Festival

Refrigeration Upgrade

Clermont Wildlife Rescue

Clermont Senior Rugby League

Clermont Dolphins

Supplies & Training

Lee Horman Fundraising Dinner

Swimming Caps

Clermont State High School

Clermont Rifle Assoc.

Clermont Bulls Cricket Club

UQ Trip

Billy Sing Marksman Shoot


Clermont State High School

Clermont Playgroup

Clermont Junior Netball

Leadership Camp


Netball Supplies

Clermont Golf Club

Clermont Clay Target Assoc.

BBQ Shelter

Annual Carnival

The 2017 Community Investment Program opens on the 1st December 2016. To apply go to ClermontOpenCut2017 For more information contact us at

Invitation To commemorate the Centenary of the 1916 Clermont Flood.

Graveside Memorial Service Wednesday, December 28 Clermont Cemetery




Kerbside Recycling

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Stay Loose Recycling goes into the bin loose – never in a plastic bag, and keep other soft plastic out too* #.

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Keep It Clean-ish Recycling does not need to be spotless – just scrape of solid food and give it a quick rinse.

These rules apply to almost everyone but of course some people have to bend ‘em!

* A handful of councils have special kerbside systems for these items. #

Soft plastics and bags can be dropped off at many supermarkets.

So you think you can recycle, right?

Follow these Six Golden Rules to make sure you’re doing the right thing.

Easy Does It Paper, cardboard, glass jars and bottles, metal cans and aerosols, cartons and rigid plastics are easy to recycle and accepted in almost all kerbside collections.

Drop ‘Em Off Kerbside systems cannot separate items like mobiles, computers, batteries and printer cartridges – find local drop off services*.

To find out what’s in and what’s out in your area visit


Into the Garbage Crockery, window and drinkware glass, polystyrene, plastic bags, nappies and food are the big baddies in the recycling – put them in the garbage*.


If in doubt Leave it out! Putting the wrong thing in the wrong bin can ruin your good recycling efforts.

LE S RU or download the free App

Buy It Back Look for Planet Ark Paper and Naturale Toilet Tissue to close the recycle cycle.

Clermont Christmas Lights Competition 2016 Help Isaac shine this festive season

Enter your home or business’ Christmas lights display in the Isaac Regional Council’s Christmas Lights Competition. Entries open Wednesday November 9 and can be made online at or pick up an entry form at your local Council office. Categories:

Best Residential $250 prize Best Business $250 prize

Entries close: Wednesday December 7 Judging:

7pm-10pm, Thursday December 8

Entrants should have their lights displayed between 7pm - 10pm during the judging period. For more details: Contact 1300 ISAACS (1300 47 22 27)

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Clermont Lego Robotics Program All budding techies aged 9-16 years are invited to take part in a special introduction to Lego Robotics at Clermont Library, January 2017. Participants will be introduced to the skills required to compete in the Isaac Lego Robotics Challenge planned for 2017.

2017 Session times: January 4 to 18 Wednesdays 10am to 12pm Spots are limited to 10 people and bookings are essential. For more details and to register your interest visit Clermont library or call 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227)

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Next Clermont Cattle Sale: Wednesday 7th December 2016

CLOSED 5PM 22/12/2016 REOPEN 8:30AM 03/01/2017

4/47 McDonald Flat Road

26 Mimosa Street

21a Lime Street

756m2 freehold block/close to the Lagoon, park, shops & school/ Potential to build your dream home ***New Listing***





2 $230p/w

1/77 Doulgass Street



Four generous sized rooms/Built in robes/En suite/ Open plan living/on site pool & BBQ area/ Quiet location


27 Douglass Street


Make an Offer



661 Peakvale Road 51 Acres freehold land/ Westbuilt Home/Large deck/fully fenced yard/ dam/rain water/6kw solar power

1st week free! $250 p/w




RENTALS: 0428 153 400





***New Listing***


OFFICE: 07 4983 1555




SALES: 0417 082 448


Neck Pain


Sports Injuries



Functional Assessments

Knee, shoulder & ankle pain

Pins and Needles

Tuesdays 9am to 4pm All major private healthcare funds accepted

At the GP Clinic - 24 Francis St, Clermont

PH: (07)49416067

Additional Clinics: Emerald, Moranbah, Mackay and Middlemount



Clermont Sports Centre Small group training and general session timetable December Jupiter Street Clermont 07 4983 1422 All small group training included in gym membership or $16.50 for casual passes. Monday Revolutions Spin 60mins 9.30am Boot 6pm Beginners TRX 7pm Tuesday Ladies Indoor Volleyball 9.30am TRX Flex 5pm Rip Express 5.45pm Revolution Express 30mins 6.30pm Wednesday TRX Flex 30mins 6.15am Revolution Spin 30mins 9.30am Yoga 6pm - November 30 only Beginners Thump Boxing 6pm Boot 7pm Thursday Mixed Indoor Volleyball 6.30pm and 7.30pm Friday Boot 9.15am Revolution Express 10.30am Yoga 11am - November 25 only Saturday TRX 9.15am Sunday Revolutions Spin 45mins 5pm Rip 45mins plus 6pm CLASS DESCRIPTIONS TRX Suspension Training Every Suspension training exercise builds true functional strength and improves flexibility, balance and core stability all at once, as is required on the playing fields of sport and in life.

Intermediate sessions are higher intensity workouts as basics should be well ingrained in participants. Monday and Saturday, Wednesday 30 minutes flexibility focus. Rip Group Rx A high intensity strength conditioning class using barbell and light weights. 45-1 hour in duration. Bring towel and water bottle! $16.50 casual/free for members. Rip Express is a 45min major muscle group workout. Thump boxing for fitness 1 hour free for members. Beginners L1 run Wednesday nights 6pm. A pair of inners to be worn under gloves can be purchased for $5.00 before class. Boxing equipment provided for both classes. $16.50 per class, free for gym members. Indoor Volleyball Fixtures Season 2 runs Thursday nights throughout Term 3 and 4 start times 6.30pm and 7.30pm. Tuesday Ladies Volleyball Fixtures Season 2 runs July to December. New players welcome. Game start times 9.30am - hour games. New players welcome. Tight Arse Tuesday’s $7.00 gym passes. Don’t get offended get active! Yoga A class for everyone! For ages 5 and up to 90 or more. You will learn breathing exercises and positions that can help improve arthritic symptoms, insomnia, blood pressure, mood and aid with relaxation and flexibility. There are many benefits of Yoga, this class is suitable for pregnant women, screening will be conducted prior to participation. BOOKINGS FOR YOGA ARE ESSENTIAL. $16.50 for casuals. $6.60 for children up to 14 years. Power Yoga is not suitable for children under 10 years of age.

Spin/Revolution Great music and a fantastic calorie burning hour of indoor cycling. You’ll learn correct technique for improved performance and have fun cycling. Bookings essential. Revolution Express is a half hour session being added to the program in November all indoor cycling classes are moderate to high intensity classes. Boot A 45-60 minute fusion of cardio, strength, balance and flexibility. Benefits include improved heart lung function, improved posture and increased flexibility. 3 levels of intensity to suit all fitness levels. 7 Jupiter St Clermont, 07 4983 1422

Clermont Clay Target Club For information on Clay Target shooting call Allison Skinner 0427 792 562 or Wayne Johnson 0447 228 030.

Clermont Branch Inc Wanting to become a member?

Please contact, Lloyd on 4983 2010 or Frances on 4983 1478. We shoot on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month. Arrive at range at 9.30am and commence shooting at 10am. Anyone who is interested in shooting rifles or pistols are welcome to attend. You can also find us on Facebook @ SSAA Clermont Branch Inc. Shoot this Sunday is our Christmas shoot and will be:

Pistol - Service IPSC

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Madabout Fitness Monthly timetable December All classes and open gym are $12.50 41 James Road, Clermont Madonna 0448 007 263 Monday 9.30am 5.45pm

Gut and Butt Blast Gut and Butt Blast

Tuesday 6pm 80’s night Wednesday 9.30am Circuit training 5.45pm Lets Lift Thursday 5.45pm Metafit

Metafit This is a 30mins bodyweight training system that gets results! It is a functional and effective, metabolic workout that will change the way you train. Created by a former Royal Marine Commando, Metafit combines the latest HIIT techniques with traditional ‘old school’ bodyweight exercises to set the metabolism on fire! Lets lift This program has been designed to target the eight large muscle groups in a 45mins whole body workout. This is achieved through the use of Barbell and Dumbbell weights. This class is suitable for all fitness levels.

Clermont Rifle Association Inc

Results from last weekend - Commercial Hotel 500 metres:

Saturday 6.30am – 9pm Open gym

Fullbore: C Solomon 105.09, L Solomon 100.7, J Thornhill 52.3 (11 shot)

Sunday 6.30am – 7.30pm Open gym

F Class:

Open gym is only available to Madabout Fitness clientele.

This weekend is our Christmas shoot.

CLASS DESCRIPTION Gut and Butt Blast Is a target class that focuses on strengthening and toning the nine core divisions of the abdominal plane. While simultaneously blasting the three muscles of the buttocks, hamstrings and quadriceps. This will increase fat metabolism at rest and help slim and tone those problematic areas. Although not targeted, general whole body conditioning applies and while challenging, is more than suitable for any fitness level.

N Byrne 114.6, J McDermott 100.0

Saturday afternoon 400 and 600 metre shoot Sunday 900 metre shoot Just a reminder that we have a new scoped and peep sight club rifle available to new and interested shooters with full training and coaching from qualified range officers if required. For enquires please contact Jan Thornhill on 0408 980 939 or Noel [Bear] Byrne on 0419 791 751 or email

Open gym This is your opportunity to use the Gym facilities, there will be a basic weights program and WOD on offer for your utilisation, or you could just be creative and do your own training. Circuit training This is a form of body conditioning or resistance training using high-intensity/low-intensity aerobic energy. It targets strength building and muscular endurance. An exercise ‘circuit’ is one completion of all prescribed exercises in the program. It is highly enjoyable and recommended to all levels of fitness. 80’s Night This will be a quick 30mins aerobic workout inspired by the ‘Greats’ of the 80’s. It will incorporate acerbic movement, 80’s Step Aerobics and some of the old time chain dances. It’s fitness and fun in one! Isaac... helping to energise the world

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