DISCOVERING DESERTS

Condobolin Public School students in 3N have been learning all about deserts. They have learned about Australian deserts and now, they are learning about Antarctica which is a desert too! They have been creating dioramas…


LEARNING ABOUT LETTERS

Condobolin Public School have been having fun discovering the letters of the alphabet. On Tuesday, 26 May they learned about the letter ‘B’. They read the book ‘The Very Brave Bear’, ate bear biscuits with…


TRYING ON SUITS

Year 2 at Condobolin Public School have been learning all about bees. On Friday, 5 June Mrs Newell brought in bee suits for the students to look at and try on. They have three layers…


SPEAK UP AT CHARITY EVENT

To the kids of the Lachlan shire – clear your throats and adjust your camera because there is a brand new charity event on in the Central West encouraging you all to Speak Up! This…


CPS STUDENTS DISCOVER THE IMPORTANCE OF BEES

Condobolin Public School have been learning about the importance of bees. Miss Buerckner’s class discovered the role they play in the environment and many fun facts about the insects such as there are about 20,000…


SHARING A FAVOURITE STORY

On Tuesday, 9 June Everlien Gardner took part in the Condobolin Preschool and Childcare Centre’s began ‘Read to Me’ Program. Members of the community are invited to pick a children’s book of their choice and…


FIRST VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY HELD

Condobolin Public School tried their first virtual assembly lead by the School captains on Friday, 5 June. The School captains could be seen on the interactive panel behind the students. They used Zoom to announce…


MATHS FUN

Year One at St Joseph’s Parish School Condobolin have been discovering the joy of Maths by playing Place Value Games. All students enjoyed themselves while learning new skills.


CONDO QUALITY MEATS WEEKLY SPECIALS

Grab a bargain at Condo Quality Meats! Legs of Lamb are $14.00 per kilogram and Large Pork Chops are $11.50 per kilogram. Great prices, wonderful service and quality products guaranteed. Find Condo Quality Meats at…






FOX BAITS BEING LAID

Fox baits are being laid on Condobolin Research Station, 152 Fifield Road, from Monday 6th July until Friday 21st August 2020.








POSITION VACANT: WELDER/FABRICATOR STOCKPRO

Stockpro currently has an excellent opportunity for a welder/fabricator in our progressive family owned and operated company manufacturing and supplying stockyards nationally. The successful candidate; Must be reliable and punctual; Have good communication skills with…




POSITIONS VACANT WITH LACHLAN SHIRE COUNCIL

Currently Lachlan Shire Council has roles for an administration officer, trainee information services officer, assistant water operator at Lake Cargelligo, and roads co-ordinator. Please see below image for status, salary and enquiries information. All applications…



FUNDING FLOWS FOR SHIRE

More than $1.4 million of the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund (BBRF) Round 4 grant funding will be spent on projects in Condobolin and Lake Cargelligo. Some $450,000 has been allocated to Lachlan Shire…


DINING OUT AT CONDOBOLIN PRESCHOOL AND CHILDCARE CENTRE

The Condobolin Preschool and Childcare Centre held a ‘Dining with Friends’ experience on Tuesday, 2 June. Educators cooked for the children and beautifully decorated the new dining room with table settings, flowers plus embellishments. The…


AMAZING ARTWORK

Tullibigeal Central School student Juliet King has been busy drawing an image that is extremely close to her heart. She made this drawing in honour of her Pop, Glen King, who sadly passed away one…


SCHOLARSHIP FOR BELINDA

Lachlan Shire Council Aboriginal staff member Belinda Coe has been selected for a 2020 Councillor Pat Dixon Memorial Scholarship. “On behalf of my fellow Councillors, I congratulate Belinda on being awarded the 2020 Cr Pat…


A SPECIAL VISITOR FOR LACHLAN CHILDREN SERVICES

Lachlan Children Services had a very special visitor attend the Centre during Reconciliation Week. Otis Knight Williams attended the facility on Thursday, 28 May to read the children a story. “Before he began Miss Sam…