HACC is a program is designed to help frail and elderly people and people with disabilities live independently in their own homes and participate in their community. HACC is delivered through Cherbourg Day Respite Centre.
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The Bararmbah Health Centre is located on the corner of Bligh and Broadway Streets. Their aim is to encourage preventative techniques in Indignous Health to improve quality of life.
The centre delivers a variety […]
Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service Board Chairman Mike Horan, Cherbourg Mayor Ken Bone, Cherbourg councillor and retired health worker Christine Stewart and DDHHS Board member Terry Fleischfresser.
The Deadly Van with a custom-painted Aboriginal artwork by Cherbourg artist Peter Carlo travels around Queensland’s South Burnett region. Mr Cecil Brown, an Aboriginal Health worker employed by QLD Community […]
Muddy Flats Band formed in the 1980s and is named after a place at Cherbourg where the five male members remember playing as children while their mothers washed clothes in the creek. They often perform at events […]
2000 — Cherbourg is the first and only Aboriginal community in Australia to host the Olympic torch.
“I will proudly carry the Torch for my loved ones who are near and dear to me. I will also be proud to carry the […]
Esme Fewquandie, Isobelle Rabbit, Lillian Gray, Annie Moffat, Quentin Bryce, Elizabeth Jacobs, Betty Henry, Bessie Bond, Hazel Speedy, Nedira Renouf, Honor Cleary, Ada Simpson
Eric Law snr, Claude Malone and Peter Hegarty at the Cherbourg War Memorial, Anzac Day 2006
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2011 — The Ration Shed Museum wins the Premier’s Reconciliation Award.
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