Bundaberg Regional Council

Bundaberg Regional Council

 <– click to view   The Bundaberg Regional Council was formed in 2008, following the amalgamation of the Kolan Shire, Isis Shire, Burnett Shire and Bundaberg City Councils. The Regional Council’s Local Government area now stretches over 6500 square kilometres, and with a population quickly approaching 100,000, the Bundaberg region...

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nib Stadium

nib Stadium

 <– Click to view   An historic sporting ground, nib Stadium has a history dating back over 100 years. The land upon which the stadium would be built was originally owned by the Lord Mayor of Perth, who sold it in 1904 in order to give the local residents a recreation...

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WIN Sports & Entertainment Centres

WIN Sports & Entertainment Centres

WIN Sports and Entertainment Centres (WSEC) operate two large public assembly venues, located in the southern NSW city of Wollongong, WIN Stadium and WIN Entertainment Centre (WEC). WIN Stadium is a facility that has developed since the mid-1980’s and is now able to host a wide variety of sporting and...

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Sydney Cricket Ground

Sydney Cricket Ground

Click to view Steeped in sporting history The Sydney Cricket Ground’s (SCG) rich history dates back to 1851, when the British Army received a grant of land to use as a cricket ground and garden for soldiers. Today, the SCG is home to the Australian, NSW and Sydney Sixers cricket...

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Canberra Stadium

Canberra Stadium

Click to view Hosting Events That Stand Out From The Crowd Formally known as Bruce Stadium, Canberra Stadium was constructed in 1977 and is the home ground for the Canberra Raiders and the University of Canberra Brumbies. It was originally part of the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS), and was...

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City of Gold Coast

City of Gold Coast

Click to view   AUSTRALIA’S GOLD COAST – MORE THAN A CITY.   Strategically located on the edge of the Asia-Pacific rim, with access to two international airports, the Gold Coast is perfectly positioned as a destination for business, investment, study, high performance sports, events, tourism and lifestyle.   Famous...

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City of Greater Shepparton

City of Greater Shepparton

Over the last 150 years migrants found their way towards a region in Victoria that surrounds the intersection of the Goulburn and Broken Rivers. During this time, it was gradually settled by individuals who found the area’s climate more favourable and relished in its benefits, particularly the ability to establish...

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City of Bunbury

City of Bunbury

Community, Culture, and a View Proclaimed a city on the 31st of August 1979, Bunbury’s origins as a town trust date back to 1843. It became a municipal council on the 21st of June 1887. Bunbury is described as the second city of Western Australia, due to its important status...

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Bundaberg Regional Council

Bundaberg Regional Council

Click to view Bundaberg, which boasts a regional population of almost 100,000 residents and which is set to celebrate its 100th anniversary as a city, is a community immensely proud of its history and heritage. Bundaberg Regional Council Mayor, Cr. Mal Forman, is an unabashed admirer of where the city...

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City of Newcastle

City of Newcastle

Click to view The City of Newcastle, New South Wales is one of the oldest cities in Australia, founded in 1797 upon the discovery of vast amounts of coal in the area. Newcastle was established as a convict colony in 1804, and remained so until the end of the military...

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