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Deb congratulates Tanduringie SS on grant success

10th December 2021

Member for Nanango, Deb Frecklington has congratulated the Tanduringie State School on their successful application to the Gambling Community Benefit Fund grant.

Mrs Frecklington announced the successful grant at the annual Tanduringie SS Picnic Day.

“It is a fantastic result for the Tanduringie SS P&C who will receive $35,000 to install a new playground and softfall,” Mrs Frecklington said.

“There are eleven groups across the South Burnett and Gympie regions who have been successful with their grant applications to undertake community projects, infrastructure upgrades and purchase equipment.

“I would like to congratulate these hard working clubs and the volunteers who put their time into securing these worthwhile projects that will greatly benefit our community,” she said.

The successful South Burnett groups in Round 111 of the GCBF include:

  • Farmers Hall, Inverlaw – Upgrade hall and purchase equipment
  • Kilkivan Kindy – Upgrade facility and purchase equipment
  • Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club – Purchase Water Truck
  • Kingaroy Men’s Shed – Lay Concrete Foundations
  • Moffatdale SS P&C – Upgrade facility
  • Proston Bowls Club – Replace Ditch Boards
  • Proston District Golf Club – Purchase Greens Mower
  • South Burnett Educational Wildlife Support Group – Purchase quad bikes, slasher and dart gun
  • South Burnett Pony Clubs Assoc – Purchase defibrillator, first aid equipment and training
  • Tanduringie SS – install playground and softfall
  • Wondai Proston Wolves Rugby League Club – upgrade facility and purchase equipment

“I encourage all local groups, however big or small, to consider applying for a Gambling Community Benefit Fund Grant to help achieve their goals,” Deb said.

There next round is a ‘super round’ and closes on 28 February 2022. For more information give my office or call on 4190 7100, or head to

Photo: Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington with Tanduringie SS P&C President, Dean Cullen and Principal Mel McNaughton.