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24 July, 2021

Share the best of the Atherton Tablelands with visitors

THE ATHERTON Tablelands Visitor Information Centre has called for locals with a passion for the wonderous sights, sounds and attractions of the Tablelands region to consider becoming a volunteer.

By Michael Warren

The Atherton Tablelands Visitor Information Centre is looking for locals to volunteer and share their knowledge of the local area with visitors.

THE ATHERTON Tablelands Visitor Information Centre has called for locals with a passion for the wonderous sights, sounds and attractions of the Tablelands region to consider becoming a volunteer. 

Those interested in learning more about the volunteer roles at the visitor centre are encouraged to attend a morning tea at Atherton’s Station Café Platypus Park on Friday, July 30 from 9.30am. 

The volunteer role has many positives which includes meeting new people, making a difference to the community, contributing to the growth of the Tablelands and spending time with like-minded people. 

Training and support will be provided and previous experience is not required.

 “The volunteers at the visitor centre play a critical role in promoting the Atherton Tablelands,” Tablelands Regional Council Mayor Rod Marti said. 

“I encourage those with a real passion, knowledge and interest in the ongoing promotion of the area to consider taking on one of these fun volunteer roles.” 

Register your interest to athinfocentre@trc.qld.gov.au or call 1300 366 361 by Monday July 26.


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