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If you have photos of past or upcoming events or activities within our community we would love to publish them for you! Please ensure they are your own photos, not anyone else’s and the people are willing to have their photo published.

If you know of anyone in our community who has done really well at their chosen sport, charity work or a personal interest, please let us know! We can congratulate or thank them publicly and show how proud you and the community are of them.

Community News

The Murilla Community Newsletter was first established, in 1995, to ensure information was circulated to all areas and community members in the vicinity of the old Murilla Shire.

Once a black and white, bi-monthly publication, the newsletter is now printed in full colour once a month and contains a number of monthly features and important information relating to our community.

In May 2022, Murilla Community Newsletter expanded, received a facelift, AND will be called Community Newsletter from now on.

This project is supported by Chinchilla Community Centre and Tara Neighbourhood Centre.

Our aim: Community News to become a regional publication that incorporates content from more townships and is distributed to a wider audience.

The creation and distribution of a regional Community Newsletter will improve residents’ connectivity to businesses in their local area as well as surrounding districts. This helps to build small town pride and bring economic flow through to many communities

On a bimonthly basis, Community Newsletter (CNL) will be delivered to Chinchilla and Tara as well as the current towns: Miles – Wandoan – Taroom – Meandarra – Drillham – Dulacca – Jackson – Condamine – Guluguba – Hannaford – The Gums – Glenmorgan – Cameby – Brigalow.

6500 FREE copies of the new Community Newsletter will be distributed bimonthly. Each household will receive a copy in their normal mail and some copies will be available at your local community centre and businesses.

The good old “Murilla Newsletter” will be published in alternating months with 2850 copies and delivered to the current towns.


Just click on the issue and the pdf-version will open in a new window.  ENJOY READING…