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EMERGENCY SERVICES

Fire Station PH: 07 4190 4801 98 Lennox St Maryborough

Ambulance PH: 4199 7404 21 Winston Noble Drive, Maryborough (Behind the Hospital)

State Emergency Service (SES) PH: 132 500 Reed Ave, Maryborough

Maryborough Base Hospital (Public) PH: (07) 4122 8222 185 Walker St, Maryborough

St Stephens (Public) PH: (07) 4123 8692 166 John Street, Maryborough

Maryborough Police PH: 13 14 44 Open 8am – 4pm, Mon – Friday 176 Lennox Street, Maryborough SALES & RENTALS


PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Albert State School (07) 4120 0888 210-220 Albert St Maryborough

Riverside Christian College (07) 4123 1031 23 Royle St, Maryborough West

Central State School (07) 4121 8777 471 Kent St Maryborough

St Helens State School (07) 4120 2222 891 Saltwater Creek Rd, St Helens

Granville State School (07) 4120 9888 82 Cambridge St

St Marys Catholic Primary School (07) 4121 5705 167 John St, Maryborough

Maryborough West State School (07) 4120 2666 149 North St Maryborough

Sunbury State School (07) 4120 0777 545 Alice St, Maryborough

Mungar State School (07) 4129 6171 1143 Mungar Rd, Mungar

Tinana State School (07) 4120 8000 239 Gympie Rd, Tinana

Parke State School (07) 4129 7208 400 Teddington Rd, Tinana South

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SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Aldridge State High School (07) 4120 8444 47 Boys Ave, Maryborough Maryborough State High School (07) 4120 9333 Kent St, Maryborough Riverside Christian College (07) 4123 1031 23 Royle St, Maryborough West St Marys Catholic College (07) 4190 2200 51 Lennox St, Maryborough

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MARYBOROUGH AQUATIC CENTRE

Facilities: o 50-metre solar heated pool o 25-metre heated pool o Indoor heated learn-to-swim pool (available at limited times for public walking and rehabilitation exercise) o Children's play area with tipping bucket and play equipment o Changing sheds and full amenities o Outdoor showers & Toilets o Full canteen with swimwear and accessories o Pool inflatable fun days (available at limited times) o Cater for birthday parties (contact centre for details) o Free BBQs and shaded picnic areas

Entry Fee: Adult $4.80 | Concession $3.30 | Child (3-15yrs) $3.30 Rehabilitation $3.30 | Family (2 Adults + 3 children) $14.00 Spectator and Carers FREE | Non-Swimmer (using facilities) $2.00

Opening Hours: o Monday: 5.30am to 7pm o Tuesday: 5.30am to 7pm o Wednesday: 5.30am to 7pm o Thursday: 5.30am to 6pm o Friday: 5.30am to 7pm o Saturday: 8am to 6pm (1 September to 30 April) and 8am to 12pm (1 May to 31 August) o Sunday: 9am to 6pm (1 September to 30 April) and 9am to 12pm (1 May to 31 August)

Location: Corner of John and Kent Streets, Maryborough.

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SPLASHSIDE

Free Entry! Anzac Park’s water play and all abilities playground. Opening Hours: 8.30am – 5.00pm – 1st May to 31st August (Winter) 7.30am to 7pm 1st September to 30th April (Summer) ***Closed Thursday mornings for routine maintenance and cleaning, until 1pm

Location: Anzac Park, Maryborough - Cnr of Alice and Cheapside Streets Maryborough. SplashSide parking is also available on Queens Street (accessed from Cheapside Street and Lions Drive).

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TIMEZONE

Family fun

Expect a modern, family-friendly space featuring a fully stocked open prize shop, the latest, greatest arcade games and a spiffy new Laser Tag maze. Bring your date, your mates, your grandma or the whole family – we’re where memories are made! Timezone Hervey Bay is situated close to the local Maccas and KFC.

OPENING HOURS 10am – 10pm Sunday – Thursday 10am – 11pm Friday & Saturday

CONTACT DETAILS Stockland Hervey Bay, 6 Central Ave, Hervey Bay (07) 3050 0809 au.enquiries@timezonegames.com

PRICING Arcade Credit – $25 $35 $50 $100

= $30 Credit = $45 Credit = $70 Credit = $150 Credit

TIME PLAY 30 minutes = $20 60 minutes = $26

LASER TAG 1 game = $12pp 2 games = $20pp

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BASKETBALL

Maryborough Basketball Association The Maryborough Basketball Association provides two competition seasons per year – a Summer and a Winter Season. The Winter season usually commences in February while the Summer Season commences in July. Two competitions are run each season: a Junior Competition and a Senior Competition. An Under 10 program is also run in Biddy Ball /Mini Ball formats. The Ray and Elva Alloway Basketball Complex comprises an indoor basketball court and two outdoor basketball courts under lights. Juniors $75 per season + Annual BQ Fee of $33.20 Or for Juniors playing in Senior and Junior competitions $160 + Annual BQ Fee of $33.20 Senior Men and Women $160 + Annual BQ Fee of $33.20 Wheelchair Basketballers free (registration through Sporting Wheelies) These above fees include all game fees and player insurance via BQ insurance policy. If you or your child hold a current Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card, your child may be eligible for a FairPlay voucher of up to $150 towards your fees. These courts are situated on the corner of Frank & Ariadne Streets, Maryborough Qld 4650. SALES & RENTALS


HERVEY BAY PCYC

Location: 9 O'Rourke Street, Pialba, Queensland, 4655 Contact: Phone: (07) 4124 5211 Email: herveybay@pcyc.org.au Staffed Hours: • Monday: 8:30am-11:00am & 2:00pm-7:00pm • Tuesday: 8:30am-11:00am & 2:00pm-7:00pm • Wednesday: 8:30am-11:00am & 2:00pm-7:00pm • Thursday: 8:30am-11:00am & 2:00pm-7:00pm • Friday: 8:30am-11:00am & 2:00pm-7:00pm • Saturday: Closed • Sunday: Closed These hours will change during school holidays. PCYC Hervey Bay is closed for all gazetted public holidays. PCYC Queensland is a leading charity providing youth and community programs, services and facilities. Our staff and volunteers have been working alongside the Queensland Police Service to meet community needs across Queensland since 1948. Together, we are building safer, healthier communities through youth development. We offer a brand new 24/7 gym facility which also boasts exceptional group fitness classes. Prices start from just $10.36/week! We also offer a free 7 day trial, so you can come and test out our facilities and services before you sign up. We also offer a variety of sports for the entire community, these include; Gymnastics, Free-G, KinderPlay, Boxing, Pickleball, Badminton and Netball. We also have external providers coordinating sports including Basketball, Boccia and Futsal. PCYC Hervey Bay is always looking for valuable volunteers who could help around the club in various activities from general maintenance to administration. If you wish to become a volunteer or supporter, please contact the club for more details or visit our webpage for further details. SALES & RENTALS


BEACH VOLLEYBALL Join to play Beach Volleyball every Friday night October to March from 6.15pm at the Granville Hockey Club. Mens, Womens & Mixed teams available. Minimum of 4 per team. Cost $24 per team per night. Call 4123 5478 or email beachvolleyballgranville@gmail.com for more information.

OPEN TIMES Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM CLOSED

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LOCAL GYMS

SNAP Fitness

87 Bazaar Street, Maryborough QLD 4650 Call: 0417 634 692 • • • • •

24-7 Access: Train day or night! Free weights, cardio, and functional training zones Flexible Memberships Options MyZone Heart Rate Monitoring Personal Training: To keep you motivated and accountable

Maryborough Health Fitness & Body Works

67 Ellena Street, Maryborough Qld 4650 Phone: (07) 4123 1433 Email: reception@maryboroughfitness.com Manned hours are: Monday to Friday: 5am to 7pm Saturday: 8am to 11am Sunday & Public Holidays closed *Contact directly for 24 hour access Facility includes: • A large array of weightlifting & cardio machines • A Ladies only Gym • Child minding Facilities • Les Mills Classes • A massive functional training area • A friendly, supportive environment

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LOCAL MARYBOROUGH PARKS

Anzac Park Location: Corner of Alice and Cheapside Streets, Maryborough, QLD, 4650 Facilities: - BBQs - All abilities toilets - Fitness stations - Picnic Shelters - Seating - Skate Ramps - Toilets - Drinking fountains - Liberty Swing

Queen’s Park Location: Walker Street, corner of Lennox Street or Corner Bazaar and Sussex Streets Maryborough, QLD, 4650 Facilities: - Electric BBQ - Disability Toilet - Picnic Shelters - Playgrounds - Seating - Toilets - ANZAC Memorial - Waterfall - Mary River Views / Boat Harbour

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*these are just a couple, there are many more local parks around town in great locations


LOCAL CAMPING SPOTS

Lake Lenthall is a great recreational facility for those who enjoy camping, boating, fishing, kayaking or just relaxing in a family friendly environment. It is commonly referred to as Lenthall’s Dam and is located off the Bruce Highway between Maryborough and Torbanlea in the Wongi Forestry.

More local camping spots on the map above: SALES & RENTALS


BEACH & ISLAND CLOSE BY

Rainbow Beach

Gympie Area ~ Queensland

Just a 91.9km drive from Maryborough you can find the beautiful coloured sands and massive dunes of Rainbow Beach. This heavenly sub-tropical, coastal town is an aquatic lovers playground. It is also a major entry point to the 41,000 hectare Cooloola National Park and the southern gateway to world heritage listed Fraser Island. If you travel north from Rainbow you will find 'Inskip Peninsula' where there’s a barge to take you and your 4WD across to Fraser Island.

Fraser Island K'gari (Fraser Island) is the world’s largest sand island, stretching 123km long and 22km wide, this World Heritage listed wonder offers endless white sand beaches, freshwater lakes and tropical rainforests, and is home to native wildlife like dingoes and goannas - just 300km north of Brisbane, and 15km off the coast of Hervey Bay. Jump on the barge and go see it for yourself today! Approx. 96.6km drive from Maryborough Qld.

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You can find more information by visiting www.fraserisland.net


LOCAL GOLF COURSES

The Maryborough Golf Course is a beautiful family friendly green. They also feature a Chinese restaurant as a part of the clubhouse, which is available to both members and guests.

Phone:

Opening Hours:

Location:

(07) 4121 3717

7am – 12am Tuesday – Sunday 7am – 4pm Monday

239 Queen Street, Maryborough

$70 for 2 people, 18 holes, with a motorised cart Monday Thursday & Sunday. (Public holidays excluded)

MARYBOROUGH GOLF CLUB CHINESE RESTAURANT The clubhouse and course facilities are available to members and guests. The club bar normally trades from 10:00am to 8:00pm daily. Visitors are welcome to have a quiet drink on the balcony overlooking our picturesque course and/or enjoy lunch.

Restaurant Hours Open days:

Lunch:

Dinner:

Phone:

Tuesday to Sunday

11:00am to 2:00pm

5:30pm to Late

(07) 4123 1174

Want more like this? In addition to this - within 30 minutes you can find 'Hervey Bay Golf Driving Range' which has the driving range, an 18 hole mini golf course, high tech indoor golf simulator, huge discount retail store, a state of the art fitting and tuition centre, professional golf lessons and club repairs and maintenance. More information on their website www.herveybaygolfdrivingrange.com.au

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RESTAURANTS

Carriers Arms Hotel

405 Alice Street, Maryborough ~ 07 4122 6666 The Carriers Arms Hotel was established in 1882 and over time has become one of Maryborough’s most iconic pubs. The Carriers is a family owned hotel which has been with the current owners since 1980. It has undergone many renovations over the years with the current major renovations being completed in 2019. The Carriers Arms prides itself in providing top quality facilities, food, accommodation and customer service.

Maryborough RSL

Opening & Closing Sunday to Thursday 10.00am – 10.00pm Friday to Saturday 10.00am – 12.00am Maryborough’s local RSL - A local spot to relax, grab a great meal, meet friends, and enjoy some quality entertainment. The Maryborough RSL has been supporting and welcoming veterans, returned service members, and the wider community for over 60 years. Proud to be a local RSL club changing with the needs of their members while always offering premium services, entertainment, and support. SALES & RENTALS


BROLGA THEATRE

Situated on the banks of the Mary River in Maryborough, the Brolga is a first-class theatre and conference venue, which attracts the finest international and national performers. Features: • a 900 seat main Auditorium with raked floor and comfortable lounge seating; • a 200 seat multi-purpose Federation Room with a flat-floor and the option of tiered seating, an innovative and exciting theatre space, suitable for exhibitions and the perfect spot for medium-sized conferences, dinners or receptions; • a spectacular glass framed Foyer with river views - seats 300 at table, suitable for cabarets, civic receptions, trade shows, school formals, dinners and more; • a Conference Room - perfect for intimate meetings, seminars and breakout space catering for up to 20 persons; and • a Band Room - a small gathering area for rehearsals, dance warm-ups, break-outs or meetings. • a large terrace used for outdoor functions takes maximum advantage of the sweeping views of the city’s beautiful, historic Queens Park and the Mary River. • the River Stage - suitable for weddings and small performances with the audience on the Brolga lawn *For further information visit the local council website

Great entertainment

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GATAKERS ART SPACE

Gatakers Artspace

is a community gallery committed to supporting

the professional development of artists from throughout the Wide Bay region and Queensland through the Community Exhibitions Program. This support includes fostering the development of skills and knowledge of Fraser Coast artists, and to provide them with opportunities to display newly developed work. Hence, the Gallery's annual program includes exhibitions by regional and Queensland-based artists.

Location: 311 Kent Street, Maryborough

Phone: (07) 4190 5818

Email: gatakersartspace@frasercoast.qld.gov.au

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*For exhibition/s information, see the local council website


FRASER COAST WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Take your family down to the Wildlife Sanctuary! It's a great place to pat, feed and experience some wild and native animals. The Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Maryborough, only 4kms from the Bruce Highway on the Biggenden turn-off.

PHONE: (07) 4122 2080

OPENING TIMES: 10am – 4pm Wednesday – Sunday ~CLOSED Monday & Tuesday

LOCATION: 31 Mungar Road, Maryborough Qld 4650

EMAIL: info@frasercoastwildlifesanctuary.org.au

ENTRY: -

Adult: $15.00 Concession: $10.00 Child 13 – 18: $12.00 Child 3 – 12 $8.00 Family 13 & Up: $50.00 Family 12 & Down: $40.00 Child 2 & Under: FREE

~Dingo / Snake Experiences as well as group discounts, and feeing are available contact sanctuary for further details on pricing and T&Cs.

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LOCAL VETERINARY SURGERIES

Tinana Veterinary Surgery 8:00AM til 5:30PM (07) 4123 0555

Walker Street Veterinary Surgery 7:30AM til 6:00PM (07) 4123 1570

Maryborough Veterinary Surgery 8:30AM til 5:30PM (07) 4121 3849

Fraser Coast Veterinary Services 7:30AM til 6:00PM (07) 4123 1570

Take care of your furry friends

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ANIMAL REFUGE & PET BOARDING

Going away and can't take your beloved family pet? Don't worry... The Maryborough District Animal Refuge is a non-for-profit organisation dedicated to caring for and re-homing pets who are surrendered found lost, mistreated or abandoned. Boarding Facilities for Dogs, Cats, Birds, Guinea Pigs are also available at the Refuge, at very affordable rates. From one night to months, one pet or many, enjoy a guilt-free getaway, knowing your pets are in good hands.

Phone: (07) 4123 1712

Location: 765 Kent Street, Maryborough

Email: maryboroughanimalrefuge@gmail.cm

Opening times: 10am – 2pm Monday – Saturday, CLOSED Sundays

www.maryboroughanddistrictanimalrefuge.com

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MENTAL HEALTH

Stay mindful During this pandemic socially isolating can be a very daunting and lonely experience that impacts on mental health. Whilst not casusally going to work to interact with colleagues, have social conversations and engage with people, we need to ensure that we still connect in other ways. There are several ways to help look after our mental health while isolating at home.

STAY ACTIVE: • Exercise is important for physical and mental health. • You can exercise outside as long as you follow required social distancing rules. • Can't go to your gym? Exercise at home! There are a range of free exercise apps you can download. • Challenge your friends and work colleagues to home-based exercise challenges. STAY IN TOUCH WITH YOUR MATES • Connect with your family, friends and colleagues through platforms such as Zoom, Team, Skype, Facetime etc. • Use these platforms for work meetings and social interaction. MUSIC • Workplaces are rarely completely silent environments. Make a playlist of songs and music you like to listen to. • Spotify and other platforms have background noise playlists designed for workplaces—they won’t interfere with your concentration. NEWS EXPOSURE • Stay informed on current developments. • Limit your exposure to the media. • Use trusted news sources. EAT WELL • Ensure you maintain a balanced diet for your health and immune system. • Eat fresh, unprocessed and whole food. Avoid takeaway, high fat foods. • Plan your lunch and work snacks in the same way you do when working normally. • Don’t drink alcohol during your 'working' hours. Be conscious of how much alcohol you are drinking.

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SNAKE BITES

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS

WHAT TO DO Pressure bandage & immobilise

Signs of a snake bite are not always visible. In some cases, the patient may not have felt anything. Symptoms may not appear for an hour or more after the person has been bitten.

1. Follow DRSABCD. 2. Call triple zero (000) for an ambulance. 3. Lie the patient down and ask them to keep still. Reassure the patient. 4. If on a limb, apply an elasticised roller bandage (10–15 cm wide) over the bite site as soon as possible. 5. Apply a further elasticised roller bandage (10–15 cm wide), starting just above the fingers or toes and moving upwards on the bitten limb as far as can be reached. • Use clothing or other material if an elasticised roller bandage is not available. • Apply the bandage as firmly as possible to the limb. You should be unable to easily slide a finger between the bandage and the skin. 6. Immobilise the bandaged limb using splints. 7. Keep the patient lying down and completely still (immobilised). 8. Write down the time of the bite and when the bandage was applied. If possible, mark the location of the bite site (if known) on the skin with a pen, or photograph the site. Do not wash venom off the skin or clothes because it may assist identification. 9. Stay with the patient until medical aid arrives.

Depending on the type of snake, signs and symptoms may include some or all of the following: • immediate or delayed pain at the bite site • swelling, bruising or local bleeding • bite marks (usually on a limb) that may vary from obvious puncture wounds to scratches that may be almost invisible • swollen and tender glands in the groin or armpit of the bitten limb • faintness, dizziness • nausea and vomiting • headache • abdominal pain • oozing of blood from the bite site or gums • double or blurred vision • drooping eyelids • difficulty in speaking or swallowing • limb weakness or paralysis • difficulty in breathing • occasionally, initial collapse or confusion followed by partial or complete recovery

All known or suspected snake bites must be treated as potentially life threatening, and medical aid should be sought urgently.

IN A MEDICAL EMERGENCY CALL TRIPLE ZERO (000)

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SPIDER BITES

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS

WHAT TO DO

General symptoms: • sharp pain at bite site • profuse sweating • nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.

First aid for Funnel-web / Mouse spider: 1. Follow DRSABCD. 2. Call triple zero (000) for an ambulance. 3. Lie the patient down and ask them to keep still. Reassure the patient. 4. If on a limb, apply an elasticised roller bandage (10–15 cm wide) over the bite site as soon as possible. 5. Apply a further elasticised roller bandage (10–15 cm wide), starting just above the fingers or toes and moving upwards on the bitten limb as far as can be reached. • Use clothing or other material if an elasticised roller bandage is not available. • Apply the bandage as firmly as possible to the limb. You should be unable to easily slide a finger between the bandage and the skin. 6. Immobilise the bandaged limb using splints. 7. Keep the patient lying down and completely still (immobilised). 8. Write down the time of the bite and when the bandage was applied. If possible, mark the location of the bite site (if known) on the skin with a pen, or photograph the site. Do not wash venom off the skin or clothes because it may assist identification. 9. Stay with the patient until medical aid arrives.

Additional symptoms of a Funnel Web or Mouse spider bite: • copious secretion of saliva • muscular twitching and breathing difficulty • small hairs stand on end • numbness around mouth • copious tears • disorientation • fast pulse • markedly increased blood pressure • confusion leading to unconsciousness. Additional symptoms of a Red back spider bite: • intense local pain which increases and spreads • small hairs stand on end • patchy sweating • headache • muscle weakness or spasms. Possible signs and symptoms of other spider bites • burning sensation • swelling • blistering

First aid for Red-back and other spider bites: 1. Wash the injured site with soap and water. 2. Apply a cold pack to the bitten or stung area for 15 minutes and reapply if pain continues. 3. Seek medical attention if the patient develops severe symptoms.

IN A MEDICAL EMERGENCY CALL TRIPLE ZERO (000)

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