Event Organizers

  • advances the rights and equity of women, families and communities in Australia through advocacy and empowerment, especially for those living in regional, rural and remote Australia.
  • A meeting was held on 15th of March 1945 to form a bowls club in Dayoro and a committee elected. The first official meeting of the Dayboro & District Bowls Club was held on 22nd March 1945 with John Kelly President, Win Henzell and Roy Cruice Secretaries and George Currie Treasurer. Property on which to construct a bowling green was leased from J.J. Kely for a term of 21 years with the reight of renewal for further 21 years or outright purchase. Syd Barker was employed to build the green. In March 1946 an offer of 100 Pounds was made to purchase a 40x20 foot army building for a clubhouse. It was proposed to partition this into two small dressing rooms, a central tea room and a barroom and to erect it on the south side fo the green. The first game on the green was held on Sunday 9th June 1946 although the club was no officially opened until 21st December 1946 Dayboro Bowls Club is situated in Bradley Street, Dayboro. Social and full membership available. The bar is open after 3 pm. For information on any events contact the club. Phone 07 3425 1374.
  • Dayboro Cowboys are a proud amateur rugby league club that play out of the Rugby League Brisbane Competition and have a long proud history. The Dayboro Footy Club was formed in late 1984 and started with 3 junior teams in 1985. The clubs first permanent structures were two galvanised iron sheds, one for the canteen and one for the sale of alcohol. In 1987 the Cowboys won there first Premiership when the Under 16’s won their Grand Final. The following year in 1988, the club fielded its first senior team. They finished an admirable fourth.
  • Our aims are to collect, collate and preserve articles, photographs and information relating to the Dayboro district.
  • Dayboro Lions Club: A community service group, helping the less fortunate locally and beyond. Movies on third Saturday each month. Conversation Club every Friday for the elderly of Dayboro district. Dayboro Directory, all monies go back into community projects. New members welcome.
  • Dayboro Progress Association PO Box 139, Dayboro QLD 4521 Email: secretary@dayborodistrict.com.au Festival email: festival@dayborodistrict.com.au
  • The Dayboro Show Society offers many facilities to the the local community and tourists. The grounds are also used by the Dayboro Rodeo Association, Dayboro Pony Club, Dayboro Trail Riders Club and Dayboro AH & I Working Horse and Dog Committee. The facilities provided by the Dayboro Show Society are also available for hire to the general public.
  • The Dayboro District Progress Association Incorporated (DDPAI) is a voluntary, not-for-profit organisation that became incorporated on 7 April 1995 under the Associations Incorporation Act 1981. Our Objectives are: To promote civic pride. To protect the natural beauty of the district. To represent the residents of the district and to liaise on their behalf with government and other bodies. To promote and support local business. To promote and support local associations, clubs and organisations whose objectives are principally to meet the needs of the community. To remain a-political, non-religious and non-sectarian
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  • Moreton Bay Region has 12 divisions. All residents elect a Mayor plus a Councillor to represent their division for a four year term. Select a Councillor for more information, including the area covered by their division, register of interests and newsletter. Search using My Area to find your local Councillor.