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1921 Dayboro School Children Ready For Home

1921 Dayboro School Children Ready For Home

On 25th June 1920 the new Dayboro State School was opened on its present site on “Heathwood’s Hill.”   Children from the one-teacher schools in the district then attended Dayboro State School to complete their final year or two of schooling, some of them riding their horses quite a long… Read more »

What Is On In Dayboro

20 Jan

Dayboro Conversation Clubrecurrences

135 McKenzie St, Dayboro, Queensland, Australia

January 20, 2017 To December 25, 2020

10:00 am To 1:30 pm

News

“SAVE THE GANTRY” – YES WE DID!

“SAVE THE GANTRY” – YES WE DID!

  Things had been quiet after the Petition to save the Gantry building was presented to Queensland Parliament on 29th November 2016.  A letter was received early January from the Hon. Steven Miles MP, Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection and Minister for National Parks and the Great Barrier Reef,… Read more »

DAYBORO CELEBRATES 150 YEARS 1867 – 2017

DAYBORO CELEBRATES 150 YEARS 1867 – 2017

Although it is 100 years from when the name of the town was changed from Terrors Creek to Dayboro in 1917, its history goes back quite a bit further.  It was on 12th June 1867 that William Henry Day, then Clerk of Petty Sessions in Brisbane, made application to lease… Read more »

Construction Of Water Pipeline From North Pine Dam To Dayboro

Construction Of Water Pipeline From North Pine Dam To Dayboro

Good evening all, Below the text of this e-mail, there is a link to an e-petition to State Parliament concerning my request for the construction of a water pipeline from North Pine Dam to Dayboro. Dayboro’s water supply comes from an aquifer (virtually, a well or bore) situated on the… Read more »