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Mary Valley Inc Projects

Mary Valley Inc endeavours to develop and support projects which align with its key aims and objectives and which fall into the sectors of tourism, community and business.

You can read the latest information in the links below.


  • Tourism marketing

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    The "Mary Valley Country - come out to play" marketing campaign is the product of a team of volunteers committed to promoting the region as a tourist destination. The Mary Valley Country Marketing Committee is a sub-committee of Mary Valley Inc, and without that group's foresight in planning for a tourism future, none of this would have been possible. Inquiries to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Sport & Recreation

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    Mary Valley Inc facilitates the Mary Valley Sport & Recreation Cluster for nine clubs and employs Jan Watt as Program Coordinator and Club Development Officer. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Mobile: 0488 969 408

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  • Local food hub and “flavours” project

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    Dagun grower Elaine Bradley has some great ideas for reviving the Mary Valley's farming future after recently visiting the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project in America.

    She is passionate about developing a local food culture in the region and was awarded a Churchill Fellowship for the study tour as well as receiving funding from Gympie Regional Council with MVI as the auspicing organisation.

    MVI auspiced a feasibility study, conducted by Elaine, into the opportunities of a food hub where local producers can join together to help market and distribute their goods.

    MVI has also embarked on an ambitious project called Mary Valley Country Flavours, which will work well with the local food hub, upskilling local staff with barista training and developing signature food dishes across the valley.

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