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Introducing Dads Group Townsville

June 20, 2022  is International Fathers’ Mental Health Day and to help shine a light on this important topic during June and beyond, Townsville Family Life is partnering with not-for-profit organisation, Dad Groups Group, which is dedicated to changing the culture of...

National Road Safety Week 2022

National Road Safety Week 2022

Road safety is everyone’s responsibility. Most of us know the basics of car safety: don’t drink and drive, don’t tailgate, don’t drive when tired and always be alert. But there’s more to staying safe on the road, especially when you’re driving with children in the...

Marian Catholic School is BUZZING

Marian Catholic School is BUZZING

The students and staff at Marian Catholic School are all ‘buzzing’ this year with the introduction of their new school rules.  As part of a Positive Behaviour for Learning approach, the rules have been introduced across the school to encourage students to take...

GET ACTIVE 2022

GET ACTIVE 2022

With a new year comes new ways to get active in 2022, Townsville is filled with so many wonderful locals, who provide sports and activities for families to enjoy and we want to highlight their sign ons and come and try days to inspire our community to get out and...

The 2022 Community Wall Planner is here!

The 2022 Community Wall Planner is here!

2022 is the second year Townsville Family Life has produced this local community wall planner for families, one that gives locals their year at a glance, with local event dates of interest, state and national holidays and more to plan for and around as a family, this...

Care Packs 4 Kids

Care Packs 4 Kids

Care Packs 4 Kids is a Townsville Family Life Community Initiative, one created when I saw many parents and children presenting to the Townsville University Hospital Emergency Department, knowing in these circumstances taking along something to keep the kids...

Townsville floods (in kindness)

Townsville floods (in kindness)

As the sun tries to rear it's head after more than a week and a half of the most devastating weather event to hit my hometown, I am forced to reflect this month rather humbly, on the way in which my community can come together in a time of need. The amazing acts of...

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