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TRAX Sports Tour heading to Maranoa Region

The Maranoa TRAX Sports Education Tour will kick off on Monday 18th April at Roma State College where students will be treated to sessions of Baseball, Football (Soccer), Golf, Hockey, Rugby League, Tennis, Touch, and Traditional Indigenous Games.  The TRAX Team will also be visiting Bymount East, Dunkeld, Mitchell, Mungallala, St Patrick’s Mitchell, Surat, Teelba, Wallumbilla and Yuleba State Schools across the week. 


SWIN would like to acknowledge and thank the following organisations for their valued contribution to the Maranoa TRAX Sports Education Tour:

  • Charleville Areas Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Community Health Limited;
  • Surat Aboriginal Corporation;
  • Baseball Queensland;
  • Football Queensland;
  • Golf Queensland;
  • Hockey Queensland;
  • National Rugby League;
  • Queensland Touch Football; and
  • Tennis Australia.

The TRAX Sports Education Tours, funded through the Department of Social Services (Community Development and Participation Programme), are often the only chance for students from small and remote schools to trial and experience new sports, and access coaching.  The Tours, held over a week, offer primary school aged participants with quality coaching, inclusiveness and the ability to improve overall health and well-being through physical activity.  It also provides sports administration workshops and in-service training for teachers, coaches, officials and club administrators to ensure ongoing participation is well supported in communities.  The Tours are strongly supported by the State and national sporting organisations whose development officers host many of the specialist clinics. 

For further information on the TRAX Sports Education Tours, please contact Caitlin on 0447 710 033.  Please find below the TRAX Program Booklet for the Maranoa Tour.

Maranoa TRAX Tour Program Booklet Maranoa TRAX Tour Program Booklet (1122 KB)

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