The green ballot paper is for the House of Representatives (the Lower House) and the very long white ballot paper is for the Senate (the Upper House) … remember, voting is compulsory

May 15, 2019

A lot of you have already voted – in fact, across Australia more than three million people have! – but if you’re hanging out for a democracy sausage on Saturday, here’s a list of local polling booths.

All polling places open at 8:00am and close at 6:00pm sharp.

Bell State School
Blackbutt State School
Cherbourg Council Chambers
Cloyna State School
Coolabunia State School
Cooyar State School
Durong Community Hall
Goomeri State School
Inverlaw Farmers Hall
Kaimkillenbun State School
Kilkivan State School
Kingaroy State High School
Kingaroy – St John’s Lutheran School
Kingaroy – Taabinga State School
Kumbia State School
Lower Wonga Hall
Mondure Hall
Moore Soldiers Memorial Hall
Murgon PCYC
Nanango State High School
Nanango State School
Proston Town Hall
Quinalow State School
Tanduringie State School
Tansey Hall
Widgee State School
Wondai Memorial Hall
Wooroolin State School
Yarraman State School

Footnote: We can’t guarantee there’ll be sausages available at all venues, but St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy has promised a barbecue and cake stall to help raise funds for their Year 6 Canberra trip. And Taabinga State School (see comment, below) also has some treats lined up!


St John's Lutheran School Prep Open Day - click here
Anderssons Fruit Market for quality fruits and vegetables

One Response to "Where To Vote On Saturday"

  1. Shae  May 17, 2019

    Taabinga State School P&C is also doing Bacon & Egg Burgers, Sausage Sizzle, Steak Burgers, Cupcakes and drinks!


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