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A GRAZIER'S ALLIANCE FOR GRASSROOTS ISSUES

WHO WE ARE

The Gulf Cattleman’s Association is established as a grazing group for local industry in the Northern Gulf Region (Queensland).

The Gulf Cattleman’s Association acts a collective voice for industry issues and seeks to ensure a proactive approach to engaging and representing these issues at the local, regional and national levels.

IMPORTANT DATES

SAVE –THE-DATE AGM
- Date: November 14, 2017
- Where: Georgetown Supper Room & Hall
- Time: TBA

State Electoral Boundaries

Thank you for the opportunity to respond to the proposed changes to the State Electoral  Boundaries.
Whilst it is obvious that change is required and that change takes into account the evolving face of Queensland and its population base,

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Latest Salesyard Info

Connectivity in the Bush

During many discussions and community forums conducted in 2015 & 2016 with people whom reside in rural and remote areas of the Tablelands and Gulf Region, it was evident there were significant issue related to connectivity of technology and the internet. With changes to the way the region will deliver and provide access to mental health and wellbeing resources towards an online platform, Centacare Cairns - Partners in Recovery with the support of Dr Ernest Hunter and AbT Consultancy Group on behalf of NQ PHN, developed a survey of questions to capture the impacts of connectivity in the bush.
>>  Here are the results

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2017 PHOTO CONTEST

TAKE A SNAP AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE IN THE BEEF INDUSTRY & THE WIDER COMMUNITY
 
By sending in your photo, you can share your experience with others in the beef industry and have a chance to win! Send in snaps of your area, station, family, cattle, or anything that represents the industry.
 
ENTRIES CLOSE SEPT 18th

Upload here Or send in your photo to PO Box 2693, Cairns QLD 4870
 
$5 PER ENTRY INCLUDES 10 PHOTOS

All entries go in the draw to WIN A ONE-NIGHT STAY FOR 2 AT THE CAIRNS COLONIAL CLUB

Biosecurity Act 2014

The Biosecurity Act 2014  (the Act) commenced on 1 July 2016. It ensures a consistent, modern, risk-based and less prescriptive approach to biosecurity in Queensland.

There are 3 Links below for more information about the act and movement procedures:

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OUR REGION

The Northern Gulf Region covers the area from the Cape York Regions to the Gulf Peninsula (QLD) of the Gulf of Carpentaria. Otherwise known as the Gulf Savannah the regional area borders both the Central Queensland and Northern Territory. Our region forms part of the Savannah Way which is aligned with the Top End of Northern Australia.

The Northern Gulf includes the Gilbert, Staaten, Norman, Lynd and Mitchell river systems. Our industry members work and live in the communities across the Gulf inland.These communities extend from the Tablelands region in the east through to Croydon, Etheridge and Carpentaria shires and extending to Burke, Doomadgee Aboriginal, Mornington and Cape York Peninsula shires.

For more information on our regions and communities please click here.

WE ARE A COLLECTIVE VOICE
FOR THE LOCAL INDUSTRY