For oversea's readers, It is Spring time in White Cliffs Australia.
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White Cliffs Sporting Club Inc
Sunday night meal the place to be every Sunday Night
White Cliffs Underground Motel
White Cliffs in Days Past
Three metres beneath the red earth of White Cliffs, in the dugouts as the homes are called, it is always a moderate 22 degrees and is forever dark.
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Are you a Grey Hair Nomad and you are planning a trip in 2017 then come see White Cliffs New South Wales. It's the place to be seen, the Weather is great, Visit White Cliffs Number one friendly town in the Outback.
Apart from Opal we have a great Caravan Park, The White Cliffs Underground Motel with it's great food. Red Earth Cafe and a number of Opal shops. And your always welcome at the White Cliffs Hotel and the list goes on.
"If you are a little old that's ok most of us are to."
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Do you have anything to report on the White Cliffs "Land Right's" you would think our local member would report to the people after all it is almost April 2017. Does anyone have any comment to make.
From Lindsay and Cree,
Thought I'd share with you the White Cliffs story I wrote:
News from Dick.
Hi Rex just a bit of an update , Brad and Hayley will be reopening Fossickers Den as of Monday 13th, so along with Southern Cross opals and The Stubbie House Tourists will now have 3 opal shops to visit,
The Underground motel open 7 days with their History Centre and great Coffee and naturally the Pub and Corner store open as usual .
Linda George is a week or two away from opening and Red Earth not open till April .
Golf Course still in good condition, everybody welcome to join in on Sunday Mornings and now mid week on Wednesday both tee off at 8am. Weather has cooled off a bit low 30s seem to be the normal now, ideal to do a bit of fossicking for that elusive opal . Dick
As Secretary of the Yunta Racing Club Inc, I hereby forward the attached information promoting the 2017 Yunta Picnic Races & Gymkhana, to be held on Saturday 29th April.
Yunta is located 95 kms east of Peterborough and 200 kms west of Broken Hill, on the Barrier Highway in South Australia picturesque North East pastoral district.
Being the major annual event in the north east of South Australia, our raceday draws over 400 competitors and spectators from a vast area of SA and beyond. The program of 26 thrilling races and gymkhana events is just part of this fun-filled day. With over $11,000 in prizemoney, ribbons and trophies, the six flat races are hotly contested as are the 20 gymkhana events (run in 4 age groupings).
The club’s kitchen and bar operate all day, with trade displays and other activities keeping the crowd entertained. A roast tea is served at dusk, followed by evening entertainment by Ramshackle. Many patrons take advantage of the free camping area out the back.
The Yunta raceday is supported by many fine sponsors, enabling the Club to attract competitors with high prizemoney.
Profits from the 2016 Yunta Races supported: The RFDS, Yuntas SA Ambulance volunteers, the refurbishment of the Yunta Children Swimming Pool, RICE (outback childcare) and cancer research.
We appreciate any assistance you extend to our (non-profit) Club by helping us promote this year big event.
Sincerely, Roslyn Breeding Secretary Yunta Racing Club Inc
Teetulpa Station Phone: 8650 5005
Yunta SA 5440 Email: email@example.com
Solar Power in Broken Hill
Screen and Media Industry Survey just the beginning for new local group
There is a screen and media industry cluster building in the Far West region and help is on its way to provide the support it needs to grow. Local filmmakers and digital creatives are being asked to complete a short survey that will contribute to the development of the screen industry in the Far West.
RDA Far West and Screenworks want to hear from anyone who is already a part of, or would like to be part of the screen industry in the area with the launch of a new online survey which takes only minutes to complete.
Screenworks General Manager Ken Crouch said he was looking forward to hearing from everyone involved in screen and media industry and supporting industries in the region.
We have been helping regional filmmakers for more than 15 years in North-East NSW and have recently been looking at how we can support other regions with our existing knowledge and experience. The Far West is a great place to start as the opportunities out here are endless, and many of the issues are similar to our home region he said.
The first step is to discover who is already working or interested in the industry in the Far West and to find out where people are at professionally what training they need and how we can best share our resources. That includes the often overlooked areas of the screen industry such as wardrobe, set design, hair, makeup and catering.
On behalf of local filmmakers, RDA has recently secured funding from the Murray Darling Basin Energise Enterprise grant round to develop a screen and media industry business cluster to help grow the local industry. RDA Far West Executive Officer Michael Williams said he was looking forward to the opportunity for the region to grow a new industry.
We all love seeing our region on the big screen, and increasingly were seeing the beauty of the Far West on social media and other digital content channels as well. Its exciting to be in a position to look at how we can develop the screen and media industry to have more of those jobs performed by residents in the region. Its great that this initiative is being driven locally from within the industry. said Mr Williams.
Project Coordinator, local filmmaker Jason King, said he was excited about the opportunity to grow the local industry to support the larger productions that rolled into town from time to time.
By getting the use of this one-off funding and bringing some great people to the table both locally and experts from the coalface of the Australian film industry, hopefully we can leverage the opportunity to generate a sustainable model for the future, whatever form that takes is up to us.
The survey can be completed online here: http://farwestscreen.questionpro.com, or hard copies are available from RDA Far West office. It will run until the end of April.
Anyone wanting to know more or get involved can contact Jason on 0414 917793.
This project is funded by the Murray-Darling Basin Regional Economic Diversification Programme
Tuesday the 23 rd May 2017
Land Rover Club of the ACT
Land Rover enthusiast to visit White Cliffs the group made up of approx 20 Land Rover vehicles and 30 folk will visit White Cliffs on Tuesday the 23rd May 2017. They are starting in Louth at Trilby Station and will be in White Cliffs one night. They will depart the following morning toward Reola and on to Tibooburra
Make them welcome and show them we are The Friendly Town of the Outback
White Cliffs Gem Festival
Car Boot Sale
Hello everyone, just wanted to let you know that a date has been set for the 26th and 27th August 2017 for the above event. Please contact me if you would like to book a stall or space for your vehicle. Further information to follow.
Jane Stevenson Phone 0429601870
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White Cliffs a great place to visit the star's, Super Moon over White Cliffs November 14th 2016
The Super Moon to the east of White Cliffs tonight Picture: RexD from top of Smith's Hill you can also see a tree in the foreground.
Far west and western New South Wales have been named as priorities in a report calling for increased government funding to combat poverty and inequality.
The NSW Council of Social Service (NCOSS) has asked the State Government to invest in transport, health and legal services for both regions in its next budget. More Click Here
It Could Only Happen in White Cliffs
The picture depicts the course superintendent who was called to sort out a dispute at the par 4, 6th scrape.
If you have an event on in or around White Cliffs Please email the website
Having coffee at the Underground Motel, Nurse "B", Vicki, Jenny and Carol. Meet Sunday 10am.
Nothing like a White Cliffs Sunset
Visit White Cliffs, the place not to be seen.
(most of it is underground)
White Cliffs the place to visit this year.
Checking out the Sunset Smiths Hill White Cliffs this week, RexD
The membership fees of $20 per person are due on July 1, 2016 for the
2016-2017 financial year.
These can be paid by funds transfer, posted or hand delivered to the secretary or treasurer.
Please note that only financial members can vote at the AGM & general meetings.
For funds transfer (please send a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org):
Account name: White Cliffs Sporting Club Inc.
BSB: 062 513 Account number: 00908232
Reference: Please put your surname here.
The Club thanks you for your continued support and is looking forward to sharing an exciting 2016-17 with you.
Yours sincerely, Randel Claire Greene, Secretary, White Cliffs Sporting Club Inc.
Keep the kids safe on the farm!
Primary Industry Health & Safety Partnership has produced a video, Farm safety for kids, which can be found on the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/RIRDC).
White Cliffs the place not to be seen, a lot of smart people come to White Cliffs not to be seen, they live underground.
White Cliffs has a top air strip to land your plane Talk to the White Cliffs Hotel
White Cliffs Craft Group
Why not come & join the ladies (and One man) as they sew, knit and natters?
10.30am every Friday morning
Red Earth Cafe & Opal
Susan my daughter took this picture from Smith Hill looking east RexD
White Cliffs Opal Mines
from the air
I do not know who took this picture, just found it on the Internet, The West Field White Cliffs New South Wales 80,000 Opal Mining holes.
Always take care around
Opal fossicker dies after falling down mine shaft near Coober Pedy in South Australia
Sun 3 Aug 2014, 12:00pm: A man who went missing while fossicking for opals near the mining town of Coober Pedy has died after falling down a shaft, South Australian police say.
A friend raised the alarm after losing sight of the 41-year-old man while they were fossicking around disused mines yesterday afternoon. A search involving police and emergency services was organised and the man's body was found late last night.
White Cliffs Opal as found in the Earth
Don't forget Indoor Bowls
at the White Cliffs Hall
every Thursday night at 7:30pm
Come along it a good fun night.
The White Cliffs Primary School P & C is selling bags of sheep poo to raise funds.
$10 bag collect from the school.
What does Wikipedia say about White Cliffs
West Field Opal Mining Area
White Cliffs Town Brochure
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A unique feature of RHUBI is the clinic calendar which provides real time information on the upcoming clinics running in communities.
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The communities involved are Balranald, Broken Hill, Buronga, Dareton, Gol Gol, Ivanhoe, Menindee, Tibooburra, Wentworth, White Cliffs and Wilcannia.
The story of White Cliffs New South Wales.
White Cliffs is a small town in outback New South Wales in Australia, in Central Darling Shire. White Cliffs is around 255 km northeast of Broken Hill, 93 km north of Wilcannia. At the 2006 census, White Cliffs had a population of 119. The primary school opened in 1895, and has operated continuously since then. White Cliffs was one of the many places visited by Bill Bryson in research for the book In a Sunburned Country
Opal fields at White Cliffs, The town was established in the late 19th century when opal was discovered. Opal has been mined ever since. The first Australian opal was found 20 years before in Queensland in 1872, when a party of kangaroo hunters were operating in the White Cliffs area. One of them, who had left the party to track down a wounded kangaroo over some low stony hills, picked up a pretty stone which appealed to him. When taking back the stone, they suspected it could be opal which the local jeweller confirmed. He advised to get as much opal as possible since this could be more profitable than kangaroo hunting. When the group filed a claim, opal had not yet been listed under gemstones, and it was decided to file the claim under the "Gold Mining Act"
Many of the residents live underground, using mining equipment to dig extensive homes in the hillside to avoid the intense heat outside. Cricketer Bill O'Reilly was born in White Cliffs, the son of the first school teacher.
Details from Wikipedia, more details click here
From a visitor to White Cliffs New South Wales
Just a short note to the people of White Cliffs we drove in to your little town on Friday, just another town but it is not just another town it is full of wonderful people that just wanted to mix with visitors to town, we stayed at the caravan park, it's clean and a nice park.
Red Earth and the Underground Motel are a must see in White Cliffs the Den and the Bottle Shop.
Everyone wanted to talk with us at the Hotel. We will return to White Cliffs next year and stay a week, after three days I felt like a local.
Wendy and John Queensland
What do you do in
New South Wales
"You Move Rocks"