Category Archives: Clubs and groups

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“Lake Neverfill” – Campbell’s Dam – Roma

Lake Neverfill

Off Warrego Highway (Campbell’s Park turnoff) in behind Top Country Roma, QLD, Australia 4455

Lake Neverfill is a water sports facility and is open to the general public to use (walk-in). Kayaks, canoes, paddleboards etc. can be used on the Lake for free. However, if using the lake with any of the above items, please be aware that powered water vessels have right of way.

Powered vessels include ͏boats αnd jet skils and these vessels require full membership, prσσf σf current registration and insurance which then allows key access.

For more information: Facebook Page:  Lake Neverfill



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11th Light Horse Roma Troop

 11th Light Horse Roma Troop is looking for more members to join the troop. You don’t have to ride, non-riding members are welcome as well.
Our Troop are members of the Australian Light Horse Association.
If you’re interested, please send Hayley Forbes a private message on Facebook.

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204SQN Australian Air Force Cadets at Roma Training Depot – Mondays

Air Force Cadets

Are you interested in
· AEROSPACE including the use of DRONES
· DRILL & CEREMONIAL (inc. Musicians)
Recruiting is open to those turning 13 or older by 31stDecember 2022 and have not attained the age of 16 years – Recruiting is strictly open until 31st March 2022
Weekly Parades Monday 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Roma Training Depot – 238-256 Edwardes St Roma
Cost $110.00 per year – Includes training and uniforms

How to Join – Australian Air Force Cadets


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220430: Roma International Motor Speedway – SSA National 4’s Qld Title – 30th April

Roma International Motor SpeedwayWe are a non profit organization just trying to race and have fun and support local communities.

 Speedway SSA National 4s

Facebook Page:  Roma Speedway

Facebook Group (you will need to ask to join): Roma Speedway Club

Phone: Shannon Blackburn 0429 053 129


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220503: eGrow Group – Community Information Session via Zoom

eGrow Group

Regional Queensland Community Information Session

Tuesday 3rd May 2022, 12:00pm – 2:00pm via Zoom



12:00 – 12:10pm                      Welcome, introduction & regional eGrow group details

12:10 – 12:40pm                      What is Grow and how can it help you?

Grow’s 4 essential features.

  • The Grow Program
  • The Group Method
  • Caring and Sharing Community
  • Organisational Structure

12.40 – 1:00pm                        Personal Testimony

1:00 – 1:15pm                          Video

1:15 – 1:30pm                         Questions and Answers

1:30pm                                      End of session – details sheet passed around for those interested

1:30 – 2:00pm                         Social chat

Welcome - Intro to Grow Program Brochure-4-1 Welcome - Intro to Grow Program Brochure-4-2








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220524: Sconetime Roma for Senior Citizens at the Roma Clay Target Club – 4th Tuesday of each month – 24th May

Sconetime Roma will consist of a monthly social gathering of Senior Citizens, family and carers for morning tea. It is designed to reconnect seniors with each other on a regular basis.
It is proposed Sconetime Roma will initially take place in the Robinson Room at the Roma Clay Target Club on the fourth Tuesday each month, with the facility generously provided by the club free of charge.
Sconetime Roma will be in the form of a morning tea with savoury sausage rolls, jam and cream scones and tea and coffee provided by Bakearoma at no cost to Sconetime Roma.
A $5 entry fee will apply with pre purchased tickets, and surplus funds raised will go towards local senior citizen’s needs identified by those in attendance.
Guests will be encouraged to enjoy the social atmosphere and partake of morning tea from 9-30 to 11-30.
Please do not hesitate to call me or any of the below for further info. Regards,
Robert Nugent – 0428 768 482
Donna Nugent – 0427 462 507
Wendy Taylor – 0419 686 537
Helen Murphy – 0427 530 961
We are not a committee, just an interested group of people willing to help.


Facebook Page: Sconetime Roma

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220530: headspace Roma – 59 Arthur Street – Reconciliation Week – 30th May

Headspace Roma

Headspace Roma is a FREE and confidential service that helps young people in the Maranoa Region aged 12-25 with their mental health and well-being.

Location: 59 Arthur Street Roma

Facebook: headspace Roma

Website: headspace Roma


Artists Wanted

If you are an artist between 12 -25 25 we want to hear from you!
We will be partnering with My Maranoa Community to host an art exhibition later this year. So if you are an artist of any type we want to you to be involved. Whether you draw, paint, take photos, work with clay, knit, or what ever medium you work with we want you to be a part of this. Message the headspace Facebook page for more information.

Contact headspace for details

Thursday Night Gaming IS BACK!!!

Make sure you bring your masks, a sense of adventure, and of course your a-game.
And remember if you aren’t feeling the best stay home. The group is running weekly so you won’t miss out. RPGs, Fantasy, Action, world building, trading, mystery, co-ops, whatever your gaming style there is a table top game that matches your style. We play every Thursday night from 5-6:30 pm

 Reconciliation Week – 30th May

Reconciliation Week is just over a month away. And what better way to bring us all together than a free barbie and some games?

Stay tuned as we bring more details in the coming weeks.

June 16 and June 17 – YOLO 22

headspace Roma is excited to announce that it will be hosting the inaugural YOLO – Youth Service Provider Conference on the 16th & 17th of June. The ultimate aim of this event is to provide better service outcomes for young people in the SWQLD region through the provision of relevant and topical speakers, as well as improving referral pathways by networking opportunities. Registration forms can be found at

August 22 – Roma Con 
The second ever pop culture conference in the SWQLD region!!! Get your cos-plays ready, start saving your cash, because Roma-Con is coming to town.
Long Live the King Baby!!!

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220604: Ironbark Raceway – Drags – 4th June

 The South West Drag Racing Association (SWDRA) was formed in early 1994. In the following years the SWDRA held drag meetings at Mitchell, Surat and Roma Airports, as well as Linton St, Tiffin St and Barnard Road in Roma with a view to building an 1/8 mile track of its own. After years of hard work and fund raising, a track has been built, Ironbark Raceway, located 10 kilometres east of Roma.
Ironbark Raceway was built largely by a group of local drag racing enthusiasts with the support of local council, businesses and oil and gas exploration companies, an impressive achievement for a community of 6,500 people. The Queensland Government has also contributed $90,000 towards the build.
The drag strip includes a half mile run off, a return road and staging lanes. The raceway features a control tower equipped with computers, public address system and computerised starting lights and has excellent viewing from a huge spectator mound. There is also a Canteen and Bar onsite, Camping & Showers available for Competitors and Crew.


Where an event has commenced, no money will be refunded if the event has ceased due to adverse weather conditions or any circumstances beyond the reasonable control of Ironbark Raceway.


2022 Drag calendar

For more information:

Drags and Burn Out Comp Postponed


Facebook Group:   Ironbark Raceway

Website:  Ironbark Raceway

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