QCCC: Outdoors Queensland Awards 2022

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On Friday 28th October 2022 the team from QCCC and ministry partners Triballink, gathered virtually with other outdoor recreation organisations and operators from around the state of Queensland for the 2022 Outdoors Queensland Awards.

This year, QCCC’s Director Andrew Grant was nominated as a finalist for the Queensland Government Individual Achievement Award. Also, QCCC’s good partners and friends at Triballink were nominated as a finalist for the Queensland Government Outdoor Recreation Award.

The results:

We congratulate Andrew on being a finalist this year. However, unfortunately, Andrew did not take out the winning honours for the Individual Achievement Award category in 2022. This year’s winner, Graham Pringle, previously worked at QCCC Mapleton before starting out on his own to build Youth Flourish Outdoors. He is a highly deserving winner!

However, we are so pleased to congratulate Triballink for their well-deserved win, awarded the 2022 Queensland Government Outdoor Recreation Award. It has been years of dedicated and challenging work for Triballink to get where it is today, a highly sought-after Cultural Awareness precinct for both school camps and corporate training. It was great to be with the Triballink team on the night and to see their joy at winning this recognition. We are so proud to partner with them at Mapleton and Noosa, and to see Triballink achieve its goals. The first person Kerry Neill thanked in his winner’s speech was our Lord and Saviour, an indication of the centrality of a gospel approach the QCCC/Triballink partnership shares.

Well done to all!!

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