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G’Day and Welcome to Tieri

Tieri thrives as a unique community amongst the native Australian landscape of central North Queensland, offering visitors and locals alike an inviting country lifestyle and charming view of the much-loved Australian outback.

Whether you are drawn to the nearby botanic gardens, first-class sporting facilities, are a keen fisherman wanting to test out the best local waterways or are looking to immerse yourself in a community where everyone can contribute to make a difference, Tieri holds a special place in the hearts of everyone who visits.

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6 Jan 2020

Australia Day Photo Competition

The Central Highlands Regional Council is running a special Australia Day, Youth Photo contest. Australia day, 26 January, is the day to reflect on what it means to be Australian, to celebrate contemporary Australia and to acknowledge our history. Entries are open to all young people aged between 10 and 25 who live within the Central Highlands. Simply upload a picture along with a few words on what it means to you to be Australian. The photo with the most votes wins and will be announced on 28th January 2020 @5pm. For further information on how to enter click below.
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Local Tieri Christmas Party
16 Dec 2019

Tieri News – December 2019

Welcome to the final issue of the Tieri News for 2019, what a big year it has been. We'd like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe and Merry Christmas & a prosperous New Year. In this issue you can read more about the CSIRO's world first 'Flameproof' 3D laser scanning device (ExScan) that is currently being trialled by Glencore at Oaky Creek. Find out about the Tieri State School 2019 wrap up as well as important dates for the 2020 school year. Plus refresh yourself on the services and activities provided for the community at the Tieri Family & Child Health Centre.
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21 Nov 2019

What do you know about Fire Safety?

The Rural Fire Service and the Tieri Fire Brigade are committed to creating and improving the safety and resilience of Queensland Communities; however, they need your help. To improve your safety, you need to be well-informed about the dangers posed by fire in your own environment – at home, at work and at play.
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