In 2017, Cloncurry will be celebrating 150 years since Ernest Henry discovered a rich deposit of copper and named it Great Australia Mine and Roger Sheaffe established the first pastoral run in the Cloncurry district – “Fort Constantine”.
15 – 23 September 2017 will be when the 150th celebrations hit a high note with a weeklong salute to this milestone.
Please feel free to share your stories, ideas, memories and old photos with us by either sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, visiting the C150 Facebook page or sending information to PO Box 3, Cloncurry, Qld 4824.
See all the festivities planned for the C150 celebrations from 15 - 23 September 2017.
C150 merchandise is available for purchase at most of the upcoming Cloncurry events and available during the September celebrations.
Belt buckle pre sell is currently available. Get your order in today by downloading the form.
Brick Paver Project
The brick paver project was officially opened at the South32 C150 Market Night and Talent Concert. The C150 Commemorative path is located in the Mary Kathleen Park.
The second stage of the path EOI is now open. Download an application form today and submit to Cloncurry Shire Council.
If you have any queries please contact Council on 4742 4100.
The Steam Train will be making the trip out for the Cloncurry Show on 16 June 2017.
Thank you to our wonderful C150 Sponsors
Visit the Cloncurry history page to see the major milestones that shaped Cloncurry.
If your looking to visit Cloncurry for the weeklong celebrations or to see the wonderful sites there are a variety of accommodation options.