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McDonnell Creek School to Celebrate 100 Years October 19 2013 sees the celebration of McDonnell Creek State Schools’ 100th birthday. Since opening in 1913 the school has gone through three name changes, commencing with Macdonalds Creek State School before changing in 1915 to McDonnells Creek State School to conform with the spelling of the creek and railway station. In the 1990s it was modified to McDonnell Creek State School however the Department of Environment and Heritage were able to confirm that the area and school is named after Henry King MacDonnell from MacDonnell solicitors fame, and when officially recorded the ‘a’ had been left out. The school boasts a number of high profile students, the most famous being the late Tom Pyne who joined the school in 1940 and later become the Chairman of the Mulgrave Shire and later the Mayor of Cairns. The school is located 17 kilometres south of Gordonvale on the highway and is currently home to 24 Students from prep to year seven, including some from as far away as White Rock. These students are supported by 8 teachers and support staff. Saturday October 19th is the big day, commencing with markets in the morning from 8.30am and entertainment from local clubs and community organisations throughout the day. There will also be many photos and memorabilia on display. A book entitled Celebrating 100 years of Community Spirit will also be on sale during the day. This is a special event for McDonnell Creek State School and the local community and everyone is invited the help celebrate a wonderful achievement.


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Skaters put upgraded Kenrick Park to the test Gordonvale skaters put the new Kenrick BMX and Skate Park to the test on September 12 at the official opening of the upgraded facility for Cairns' southern residents. Division 1 Councillor Steve Brain officially launched the new look park with a free barbecue, visit from the Cairns Taipans, a skate competition, "shoot the hoop" challenge and music by DJ KDogs. Cr Brain said the much-needed upgrade to Kenrick Park was a result of extensive community consultation following recommendations in Council's Skate and BMX Strategy.

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It took people a little while to start entering this month but we did end up with some very fun photos of pets taking a ride. Thanks for joining in. Congratulations Sandra Charlton you are the winner this month with your photo of Abbey going for a ride down the river. Please contact Mulgrave News to arrange collection of your prize – a $5.00 gift voucher from The Feed Shop.


"Last year, Council adopted a region-wide Skate and BMX Strategy, which identified a lack of skate and BMX facilities in the south and highlighted Kenrick Park as a Priority 1 project," Cr Brain said. “Council added seven new concrete freestyle skate and BMX elements plus new seating to Kenrick Park, some of these elements include a spine ramp, quarter pipe pieces and a 45 degree radius bowl."

Tour du Paris... French born Gordonvale local, Margot Lodzinska-Detourbet is an experienced French Teacher and Tour Guide who lived in Paris for 20 years. Margot describes her new tour as follows: “My Tour is very unique: As a small group of privileged travellers, you will stay in a beautiful Parisian apartment for 12 nights. I will be taking you on guided tours to the cultural sites of Paris such as the Centre Pompidou and Notre Dame, which are within walking distance of the apartment. Other sites such as Musee du Louvre and the Eiffel Tower are accessible by Bateau Bus which traverses the beautiful Seine River. For gourmets there are daily food safaris that enable you to savour French delicacies and include cheese and wine appreciation classes. There is only one tour this year so don’t miss out! To book or for more information call Margot on 0404 262 707 or email

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Photo entries to be emailed to or visit our Facebook page and post your photo on our Wall. To see all photos entries you can visit our website or our Facebook page. Please ensure you have permission from the animal owner before submitting entry. The winning photo printed each month receives a $5.00 gift voucher from The Feed Shop.

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On the Sheppard Street side of the school oval, Curtis Pitt, Member for Mulgrave; Councillor Steve Brain and community members joined Gordonvale State School and partner agencies to celebrate the culmination of two Excelsior student projects. The aim of the Excelsior Program’s O’Leary’s Creek Restoration Plan is to restore O’Leary’s Creek as much as possible back to its natural state. One of the steps in achieving this was to increase the public awareness of the presence of O’Leary’s Creek with the underlying objective to encourage a more caring attitude towards our creek. Both of the student projects did just this. With the assistance of the Mulgrave Settler’s Museum and other community members, the history of O’Leary’s Creek was researched by Year 7 students, Summer Wiley, Abbey Smart and Kelsie Gammie. This resulted in a sign being erected on the Sheppard Street side of the school oval highlighting some of the historical events surrounding O’Leary’s Creek. The students discovered the uniqueness of the creek through its colourful history. Excelsior student, Soraya Houghton assisted by Matt Birch, Land Management Officer from Cairns Regional Council and Lisa O’Mara, Natural Resources Assistant from Mulgrave Landcare, undertook a weed study of O’Leary’s Creek. This investigation resulted in the production of an educational sign which was erected in the school grounds beside the history board. Another Gordonvale State School student, Satria Curmi, identified the Green Patch, a popular local recreational spot as a high litter area. Through working with Cairns Regional Council and Mulgrave Landcare, Satria designed a sign to develop a community understanding of the need to respect and care for the Greenpatch. All three projects demonstrate the great outcomes that can be achieved through working with organisations from our local and wider community.

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September has been an eventful month for Gordonvale State School with three sign unveiling events highlighting the genuine partnerships the school has with community organisations.


Progress through Partnerships

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Pack Horseman of FNQ


August (Gus) Hoffman (Information supplied by Mulgrave Settlers Museum) The Herberton tin fields of the early 1880’s required a port for export of the mined tin and wolfram (also known as tungsten, a well sort after metal). Led by pioneer Edwin Crossland, Redbank and Edithvale, soon became bustling communities to service this need. Edithvale comprised of stores, cottages, brickworks and a kiln run by John Greenwood. The packers, with their teams of mules, carried goods which have been brought from Cairns to Redbank landing by steamboat. The packers journey took them past Nelson (now Gordonvale), Alley’s Riverstone Hotel and Blackwell’s Hotel at the foot of the range, then over the range via Robson’s track (roughly, the Gillies Highway), to Boar Pocket and eventually to Herberton. On the return trip, they carted tin and wolfram for export down this rugged and treacherous Robson’s track, fending off hostile aborigines and competitive packers from other areas. The work was hard and dangerous and on one trip, August (known as Gus) Hoffman, lost horse and goods over the tracks edge. August and his wife Ernestine Hoffman and their 3 daughters and friends emigrated from Germany in April 1883. They travelled on a royal mail ship, sailing at 10 knots through the Suez Canal to Batavia (Dutch East Indies) and then on to Brisbane. They caught a coastal trader and arrived in Cooktown firstly, then decided to travel south near Cairns. They rowed up the Barron River to Smithfield. The Smithfield settlement had almost become uninhabited because of the relentless flooding, so they all moved to Cairns, where there 4th daughter was born. Sometime over the next year they moved to Packers Camp, Edithvale (near Redbank) where August became a packer. Gus and Ernestine had two more daughters a total of 6 and they were very proud of them all. Ernestine taught all her daughters to play at least one musical instrument, they attended Black Fellow’s Creek School (now Hambledon State School) and the youngest daughter attended Gordonvale State school in 1903. Gus enjoyed a great reputation as a pack horse teamster by the other pioneering families in the district and all the Hoffman girls helped their father maintain his teams upon his return home. The three older girls, particularly Martha who was capable of controlling her own team of mules, made many trips over the range to Herberton. Gus would not allow bad language in the camps when his daughters were with him and imagination easily paints a picture of what this life might have been like for the girls. Not only were they performing the difficult manual tasks, there was bread to bake and stray mules to find. Unfortunately, Gus 50 met his death after a being thrown from a horse and then kicked, paralysing him from the shoulders down. He was buried at the Gordonvale cemetery on 3rd January 1907. Ernestine and her daughters kept the pack-horse business in operation for a time afterward. His youngest daughter Lena, cared for Ernestine in her late years at Tolga, where she died on 9th January 1928. She is buried in front of Gus at Gordonvale Cemetery.

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Story time, Gordonvale Library 10.30am Markets, Norman Park 7.30am 12pm CNW Electrical Wholesalers Gordonvale Cup Labour Day Public Holiday School Term 4 commences JP Signing Service, Gordonvale RSL 10am-2pm Computers for Beginners, Gordonvale Library 10.30am Annual Fashion Parade and Mini Cent Sale for Gordonvale Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, at Gordonvale RSL Hall, 2pm, $15.00 McDonnell Creek School celebrating 100 years, a day of fun & festivities Opening new Gordonvale Kindy Playground, 8am – 12pm, Sausage Sizzle, Cake Stall

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Markets, Norman Park 7.30am 12pm Story time, Gordonvale Library 10.30am JP Signing Service, Gordonvale RSL 10am-2pm Computers for Beginners, Gordonvale Library 10.30am Anglican Parish Christmas Cent Sale, Parish Hall, Church Street, Gordonvale, Doors open 1.30pm, Contact phone 4056 1761

December 3-2 Story time, Gordonvale Library 10.30am 7 Markets, Norman Park 7.30am 12pm 13 Last Day School Term 4 13 JP Signing Service, Gordonvale RSL 10am-2pm 13 Computers for Beginners, Gordonvale Library 10.30am 25 Christmas Day Public Holiday 26 Boxing Day Public Holiday

Weekly Mon Gordonvale Goanna’s Playgroup, 9.30-11.30am, QCWA Hall, Contact Debbie 4067 5344 Mon Brownies (aged 7-10 ½ yo) Guide Hut 4pm-6pm Mon Guides (aged 10 ½ - 13) Guide Hut 6.30pm-8.30pm Tue Active Games in Norman Park 3.15pm Tue Rangers (aged 13-18yo) Guide Hut 7pm-9pm Wed Gumnuts (age 5-7yo) Guide Hut 4pm-5.30pm Sat 4F Fun Fitness group meet at Julie’s Tasty Treats between 6.30-7.00am, Walk, ride etc. Mon-Sat: Mulgrave Settlers Museum, 60 Gordon Street 10am - 2pm

Gordonvale Community Hub located at 17-19 Cannon Street If you would like to see your small or large event eg. fetes, cent sales, trivia nights, markets etc. published in the Caltex Community Calender please email your details to: or give us a call on 07 4056 5825


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Queen’s Guide Award Winners Monday night, July 1st 2013, saw three Gordonvale District Girl Guides receive the Peak Achievement in the Youth sections of Guiding by receiving the Queens Guide Award. Katelyn Chalk, Chantelle Gaskon and Marlee Kruger were presented at Government House Brisbane by Governor Penelope Wensley along side 15 other Guides throughout Queensland watched on by their families, leaders and other Guiding members. The Queen’s Guide Award is the peak achievement award for youth members of Girl Guides Australia. The Award is recognised in the community, and thus it is expected that recipients uphold the standing of the Award in everything they think, say and do. The award criteria comprises of 7 challenges based on the fundamentals of Girl Guides, an interest to develop and extend and a Focus Challenge in which is presented to the Girl Guides of Qld Youth Awards committee. Gordonvale recipients selected the Outdoors Focus and the Special Design Focus undertaking water expeditions, and camping weekends completing their specified criteria and achieving the Trefoil 3 level. The girls are now extending their role within the Guiding community and encourage any girls who are looking for that extra challenge to consider Girl Guides. Contact the Gordonvale Girl Guides District Leader on 07 4067 6825.

2014 PREP ENROLMENTS FOR GORDONVALE STATE SCHOOL Enrolments for Prep in 2014 are now being taken for Gordonvale State School. If your child was born between 1/07/08-30/06/09 they are eligible to commence Prep in 2014. Please collect an information pack from the school office and return with your child’s birth certificate and immunisation record ASAP.

More than Words & Numbers memories... Have you ever worried about becoming forgetful? Don’t panic… it is not the start of the decline of your brain, however just like we need to exercise our muscles to stay fit, we also need to continue to exercise our memory and brain to stay sharp. You might think you don’t need to memorise phone numbers or facts because all the numbers are saved in your phone and you can look up facts on the internet with the touch of a button. A sharp memory will not only help you to remember people’s names or help when studying for exams but good memory also reduces stress and contributes improved concentration.

Gordonvale RSL Smart Phone App. Are you looking for something to do on your Thursday mornings? Well not anymore! There is bingo on at Gordonvale RSL, 94 Gordon Street, starting at 9.30am - 12.30pm. Also available is $3.00 smoko with bottomless tea and coffee. So come along with family members and friends for a morning of fun. It's Friday night, don't feel like cooking, well your local RSL in Gordonvale might be a good place to come down with your family and friends to enjoy a night out. Meals available from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Gordonvale RSL trading hours on Friday night 4.00pm - late.



Gordonvale State School Smart Phone Application (or “App”) is now available. Windows and Android phone applications or “apps” are available in Marketplace / Store for Gordonvale State School. Search for GSS to download this free app. It contains all school information, upcoming events, updates, newsletters, bus details, bell times, tuckshop menu, link to flexi schools, and more! The Apple application is to follow shortly.




Cairns Regional Council has prepared a new draft planning scheme to guide growth and development in the Cairns region. Council will be consulting on the draft planning scheme throughout October 2013.

Date: 5th October 2013, 11:00am - 4:00pm Location: Fogarty Park, Esplanade, Cairns Email:

The draft planning scheme will be available on Council’s website at from 30 September 2013 for public viewing and comment. Would you like to learn more about the new planning scheme? Want to know what it means for you and your property? Book a 15 minute appointment with a Council planner to ask your questions and find out more about the new planning scheme. Appointments will be held between 9am and 4pm Gordonvale Community Hall -11 October 2013. Contact Council on (07) 4044 3542 to make an appointment. Stay up to date with the progress of the new planning scheme and sign up to receive the planning scheme e-newsletter at

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Japan Expo Cairns will showcase Japanese traditional and modern pop culture. Japanese street food, green tea ceremony, dance, kimono, Samurai armour and anime/manga. It will be held at Fogarty Park on Saturday, October 5th 11:00am-4:00pm. Come along and discover the unique Japanese culture!

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13th October 2013, 8:30am - 10.30am Sugarworld Gardens, Edmonton 0438 724 469

The Walk to Remember is a memorial event for families who have experienced the death of a baby. The event includes a name reading ceremony, butterfly release and symbolic stroll around Sugarworld gardens.

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Vibrant, Vivacious, VIVID The hall was chock-a-block full of staff and stalls from the Science and Math Departments with everything from chickens, bees and honey, to a forensic lab, parachute making, lego robots and bottle rockets! Over in M Block there was storytelling in 'The Story Corner' with thanks form students and staff from the English Department. The Indigenous Leaders of Tomorrow had boomerang painting, hospitality students cooked and brewed up a storm with help from the staff from the Special Needs Department. The HPE staff had visitors eagerly trying to out-do one another with their fitness tests with the leader board proudly displaying the physical feats of the competitors, Whilst the Art Gallery was filled with the amazing work of our students from years 8 through to 12. It wasn't just the work of our high school students we were displaying. Over the last couple of weeks we have been lucky enough to host year 6 and 7 students from Gordonvale State School who had been coming and working on projects for VIVID.

A massive congratulations goes out to those year 6s and 7s who participated and who came on the night to showcase their great efforts. Also throughout the night the stage was ever filled with performance after performance from out outstanding students. The evening was started with a bang with dancers from the Torres Strait Islander dance troupe wowing the audience with their traditional pieces. What followed was a feast of drama and music performances with the choir, stage band, solos and duets, a variety of gut-busting hilarious drama skits, our very own Psycho Circus, and never too far from the spotlight our Indigenous Dance Troupe who closed the night in style. It truly was an amazing evening, and we are so proud to have seen our students rule the night with their bravery to stand up in front of an audience and perform to such a high standard. Not taking away from those students who helped through the day and night either running stalls or helping teachers, to simply being there to be a part of the atmosphere. As always, thank you must go out to the teachers who put weeks and months of effort into preparing for the evening and ensuring it was a smash hit that will be hard to top next time!

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VE NEWS .COM.AU Š Kevin Stone 2013. Solution from Page 3 puzzle.

The VIVD festival has traditionally been an arts festival, however, 2013 was bigger and better with the entire school getting involved.

There were intergalactic travel ads, Chinese lanterns, and some absolutely amazing Japanese cuisine.


Oh what a night it was, in late August in 2013. Gordonvale celebrated student talent and achievements, cultural heritage and all things Gordy on 28 August.


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