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Celebrate the region's best and brightest in training at the 2023 North Queensland regional final.
Join us at the awards ceremony as we announce the regional winners who will represent the region at the state final in September.
Saturday 29 July 2023
Lennon Drive, South Townsville
Cocktail, smart casual
$99 (includes 3 course dinner, drinks and live entertainment)
Tickets on sale now!
Lisa Casey and Maryanne McGee (regional coordinators)
Phone: 0472 840 675
Masters of Ceremonies
Muriel Bin Dol and Max Lenoy are experienced MC's individually who are well known in the Townsville community and have shared the role for the NAIDOC Corporate Breakfast in recent years.
Muriel is a proud Badulaig woman. She was born on Waibene (Thursday Island) and has predominantly lived on Wulgurukaba Country since 1988. Muriel is a purposeful and dynamic leader and engaging presenter.
Max is a Kuku Yalanji, Jirrbal and Warungnu Bama man living on Gurambilbara Country, who has worked in the education sector for over 30 years and delivered presentations and workshops for local, national and international audiences.
The Jamm have been performing classic rock in Townsville for over 10 years. With a repertoire spanning the 60s to the 90s, The Jamm pride themselves on quality covers with strong vocals and driving guitar riffs. Beginning their journey at a local charity gig, The Jamm have since become regulars at multiple venues, as well as playing private and corporate functions, and special events. Steve H, Kev, Nick and Steve P combine their musical talent and voices to provide a lively stage presence.