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QBLAI

PO Box 3305

Tingalpa DC QLD 4173, or


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Articles & Info

Stories from our Branches and State Office

Team Have a Crack competed in the 2017 Kokoda Challenge, raising money for the Kokoda Youth Foundation.  Led by Police Officer Scott Behnke, the team of four completed two gruelling events along the way.

On Saturday 19th August 2017 Bollon hosted a community touch footy day with a great turnout of 50 players.


Blackall Blue Light’s Billy Cart Race Day earned them yet another award at the Australia Day Awards held in 2018.

Youth Week Longreach.pdf

Longreach Blue Light organised a hugely successful Community For Youth day on the 10th April for Youth Week 2016.

Youth Week Mitchell.pdf

Staff from State Office travelled to Mitchell to host a Free Family Fun Day for the kids in April 2017.

A crime has been committed in Yuleba!!  Can the Junior Detectives figure it out and arrest the culprit??  


Young victims of abuse enjoyed a day at the Zoo in October 2016

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Volunteers from Mary Valley were flying the Blue Light fllag at the 2016 Mary Valley Show held in Imbil, with a little help from their Blue Light dance troupe.



St George Blue Light’s ongoing Road Safety Campaign is having a big impact on the young people of the area.  

Our Youth Leadership Camps have become an important part of our yearly program, helping young people aged 15 to 18 years achieve their life potential.  

The Annual Superhero Disco hosted by Browns Plains Blue Light on 4th August 2017 at Logan West Community Centre.

Young people from Cunnamulla are being given the chance to learn a trade and earn a Certificate II in Agriculture through shearing.  

NAIDOC Day was something extra special for the community of Cunnamulla in 2016, with the help of Blue Light and some NAIDOC funding.   


Caloundra Blue Light hosted the end of camp party for young people living with cancer.  For the first time it was an outdoor event, a disco by the campfire!

 


Youth Leadership Camps.pdf St George Road Safety.pdf Yuleba Junior Detectives.pdf SWBL Shearing Program.pdf Blackall.pdf Aust Zoo 2016.pdf Cunnamulla NAIDOC.pdf Mary Valley Show.pdf Caloundra CanTeen.pdf Browns Plains Branch News.pdf Bollon Branch News.pdf Kokoda Challenge.pdf