Brinkworth, South Australia
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We hope you can find everything you need. Brinkworth Community is focused on providing friendly, high-quality service - we will do everything we can to meet your needs.
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Photo above courtesy Adam Mackenzie. Taken from a drone on NEFL & NENA grand finals Day September 2016
Watch this space
Christmas lights competition, Nov-Dec
Community Christmas Party, December
Australia Day Community Breakfast Jan 26
For your information, should you be in Brinkworth:
The 2019/2020 Pool Season, coming soon.
VISITORS (need to be accompanied by a key holder)
Brinkworth CFS notice
2 years ago our fire siren did not work, this was replaced and was inadequate as far as residents being able to hear it.
Over the past 6 weeks the old one has been removed and repaired and has been reinstalled.
A massive thank you to local CFS members Bob Wyatt, Benny Mills, Clare Metal Fabrications, Tom Weckert and Mills Freightlines.
The siren will be tested every Tuesday evening at 7.30pm during the summer months then on the first Tuesday of the month during the winter.
Please note: in the event of a fire threatening the town the siren will be on continuously, day or night.
Did you know?
BRINKWORTH WON THE BRAND SOUTH AUSTRALIA REGIONAL SHOWCASE 2018 IN THE COMMUNITY CATEGORY!
Above: Norma Hardy, Chair of Brinkworth Progress Association, accepted the award from Eddie Hughes MP, member for Giles, SA
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Personalised, engraved brick pavers still for sale!
Details on Progress Association page
To these sponsors of the 2019
Country Fair & Ute Muster
Mills Freightlines Pty. Ltd
EA Grigg and Sons Brinkworth
Junction Hotel Brinkworth
Café for Ewe Brinkworth
Auto Pro Pt Pirie
Pinks Mitre 10 Clare
Sprint Auto Clare
Super Cheap Auto Pt Pirie
Sanders Hardware Clare
Mid North Motors
Plains Producer newspaper (advertising)
Centennial Park, (East Terrace)
Thanks to Gary Pearce, Leo Krieg,
Roger Barp (Northern Windscreens)
and Michael Heinrich (Scrap dealer)
and Wakefield Regional Council (for the sign).
Brinkworth's Street Library (above)
on Christine Bolvig's Main Street verandah has lots of books in the drawers, on the top, near the windows etc. The idea is to give, take and share as you choose. Found something to read and know there are more? Ask; she will probably have it. There is some tourist info and a drawer set aside for business info. These libraries are beloved by caravanners and this is for them as well as our community.