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Smithfield Street Competition Launched!

Would you like the chance to win one a $100 voucher?

Simply spend $10 or more at any participating businesses between the 13 March 2017 and 30 June 2017 to enter the draw. A winner will be drawn every week until 30 June 2017.

The competition is an initiative by Gympie Regional Council to encourage support and patronage during the Smithfield Street Revitalisation construction period.

The Revitalisation project will introduce new street furniture, pedestrian crossing points, significant street tree planting and landscaping, streetscape lighting, public art, and widened pedestrian pavement areas to encourage alfresco dining and encourage an ‘eat street’ atmosphere and is scheduled for completion late October (weather permitting).

The project is jointly funded by the Queensland Government’s Building our Regions program and Gympie Regional Council.

To enter the competition, write your name and phone number on your receipt and place in the entry box at one of the eight participating businesses throughout Smithfield Street including:

  • Monica’s Hair Design;
  • Gympie Meat Hall;
  • Crystalign Connections Teahouse;
  • Dish Restaurant & Wine Bar;
  • The Happy Yak;
  • Anytime Fitness;
  • Paninis Bakery & Café; and
  • Subway.

One entry per valid receipt.

The winning vouchers can only be redeemed at the participating businesses between 27 March 2017 and 30 November 2017.

Mayor's Column - Wednesday 23 August Mayor's Column - Wednesday 23 August

Gympie’s annual signature event – the Gympie Music Muster is on this weekend at the Amamoor Creek State Forest.
Now in its 36th year, this event which started as a charity fundraiser has now grown into one of the best regional music festivals in the country with performances from more than 100 artists, including the biggest names in country music. And it is the biggest event that Gympie is known for. 
Not only is the festival a great weekend of entertainment, but it also provides a huge boost to our region with proceeds from the Muster going back into the local community and various charities.

Congratulations to the Gympie Muster Board and the Apex Club of Gympie who do a fantastic job coordinating this massive event which injects more than $6 million into our local economy.
It is a huge drawcard for our region with visitors able to experience our country hospitality, and local businesses benefitting from the thousands of people that flock to the area.
We support the Gympie Music Muster for all these reasons plus it’s a great opportunity to kick back with your mates or family, and enjoy the fun-loving music and atmosphere. 
I’ll be there with boots on…


Cr. Mick Curran, Mayor