At Queensland Country, each year we invest in sponsorships both at state wide level and in a smaller local scale. We are proud to support both the big and the small. Below is just a snapshot of the activities we are involved in throughout our Queensland communities

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North Queensland Toyota Cowboys

Queensland Country has been a long term major sponsor of the Cowboys, and was excited to extend the commitment to the 2015 NRL Premiers by becoming the official banking partner of the club in 2016.

This partnership has been celebrated with a series of exciting initiatives:

  • A planned Queensland Country traineeship for a Cowboys Under-20s player
  • Release of a limited edition Cowboys ‘2015 Premiers’ credit card
  • Partnering with the Cowboys’ Learn Earn Legend! program, which provides education support to Indigenous students in Years 11 and 12 and having a trainee from the program at Queensland Country.
  • • Crackles attends every Home Game and gives one lucky attendee the chance to win with our ‘Bring Home the Bacon’ competition
  • The Cowboys appeared in our flagship product campaign for SmartBudget – watch below

Queensland Country and the Cowboys are both proud of their strong community focus throughout Queensland, especially in regional areas.

Find out more about the Cowboys on their website

Follow the Cowboys on Facebook @nqcowboys

Follow the Cowboys on Instagram @nqcowboys

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FNQ FC Heat is a soccer club founded in Cairns in 2009 that represents Far North Queensland in the Playstation 4 National Premier Leagues.

The Heat has a strong focus on player with a development program for players as young as 11 and an academy for players that support them as their careers progress.

Queensland Country is a proud supporter and greatly admires their dedication to regional player development. During the 2017 season, Queensland Country had the opportunity to host two match days, one in each Cairns and Innisfail.

Find out more about the FNQ FC Heat on their website

Follow the Heat on Facebook @FNQHeat

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Burdekin Water Festival

The Burdekin Water Festival is a community event for all ages, celebrating the abundance of water in the district that feeds the rich agricultural industry. Each year, a dedicated band of committed and community-minded people voluntarily organise a wide range of exciting events and competitions to create the festival.

The festival has run since 1958 and showcases a parade that allows community groups, schools and businesses to participate with decorative floats.

Queensland Country has been supporting and participated in this event for many years.

Learn more about the Burdekin Water Festival from their website

Follow the Water Festival on Facebook @BurdekinWaterFestival

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Home Hill Harvest Festival

The Home Hill Harvest Festival celebrating the seasonal harvest has been held each November since 1963. The festival has a range of family events which celebrate the harvest, in particular sugar cane which is one of the region’s main commodities.

Queensland Country has been a proud supporter for many years, and in 2017 increased their commitment to the highest level.

Visit their website 
Follow them on Facebook @hhharvestfestival

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Mackay Cutters

Mackay Cutters is a rugby league club that began in 1918 with an ad in the paper. The club supports their local community by advertising local organisations’ causes at home games.

Queensland Country is a proud supporter of this club, sponsoring the Cutters Academy, Mackay Cutters Little League and Cutters Care – in school program. The Club does an excellent job of fostering junior development and involvement in sport.

Visit their website

Follow on Facebook @mackaycutters

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Mount Isa Rotary Rodeo

The Mount Isa Rotary Rodeo is the largest rodeo in the Southern Hemisphere and was founded in 1959 with a vision to put the new, remote town of Mount Isa on the map. Today Mount Isa is proudly the “Rodeo Capital of Australia”.

To date the ‘Isa Rodeo’, as it affectionately known, has directly given in excess of $4.6 million to charity in Mount Isa. On top of that, the rodeo provides fundraising for local schools, clubs, community services and non-profit organisations.

Queensland Country is a Major Supporter of the Rodeo and looks forward to Rodeo Time every year when we transform our branch in to scene from the outback in support of the event.

Visit their website
Check out their Facebook @isarodeo

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Townsville Cricket Club

The Townsville Cricket Club hosts cricket games weekly for all ages. They are pushing for girls to get involved in the classic sport. To ensure all players are getting the most out of the game, free coaching courses are being held to assist coaches in becoming better.

Queensland Country sponsors the club to help them with their goals.

Visit their website

Check out their Facebook @townsvillecricket 

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NQ Media Ball

The North Queensland Media Ball celebrated the media, marketing and communications industry in the North Queensland region. These are often the people behind the scenes telling the stories of our Queensland businesses and people to promote them and our regions and create successful brands. 

Queensland Country was proud to be a part of this event and say thank you to those who help share the stories of our great communities.

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JCU Mental Health and Higher Education Conference

The Australasian Mental Health and Higher Education Conference is open to researchers, educators, students, HDR candidates, mental health professionals, consumers, carers, providers, community groups and key organisations in higher education and the broader community. The main focus is working with students, candidates and staff in higher education to improve their experiences and outcomes in higher education.

Queensland Country recognises the importance of good mental health to cope with the normal stresses of life, work fruitfully and productively and better contribute to our community and supports JCU in this endeavour to build a more resilient culture within higher education and the local community.

Visit their website