Towards Better is looking to welcome a new Community Development Consultant to our team!
This is a fantastic opportunity to truly do meaningful work that assists people with disabilities to have good lives. The role is extremely active, engaging, and valuable, supporting individuals with a disability to acquire more valued social roles, expand their social networks and develop personally along the way. You will be part of a team that is supportive, inclusive, and values learning together and a role that requires creativity, autonomy, empathy, patience, and commitment to a “Good Life”.
About Towards Better:
We are a boutique consulting organisation based in Townsville, QLD and founded in March 2020. Our team specialises in “Good Life Strategies” that lead to creating better communities through the inclusion of people with disabilities.
Our Values: Relationships. Inclusion. Simplicity. Individuality. Learning
Our Mission: To discover, connect, and mobilize the assets, skills, and passions of individuals, communities, and businesses.
Our Vision: A world where all individuals are involved in ordinary community life and communities “step forward” naturally to welcome their valued gifts, talents, and contributions.
Our Higher Purpose: We bring out the best in individuals with disabilities and communities.
As a Community Development Consultant, your role will include:
• Facilitating mentoring (consulting) sessions with each individual on a weekly basis
• Planning and coordinating new values roles for each mentee in non-segregated “every day” community life.
• Consulting with key stakeholders including family, supporters, friends, and community and assisting in growing the networks of individuals, especially of unpaid relationships.
• The development inclusive, welcoming communities, so that all people can meaningfully connect with, and be valued within their local community.
• The teaching and development of the person/family to lead their supports and reduce reliance on paid supports, with a particular focus on managing one’s resources for better lives.
• Developing communities to welcome and embrace the contributions of people with a disability.
• Building a strong shared vision with each individual and important people in their life of a meaningful, valued, and inclusive life including:
o Home & Neighbourhood Roles (Tenant, Homeowner, Good neighbour, Family member, homemaker, etc)
o Relationship Network & Community Roles (Club Member, Athlete, Student, Team member, active citizen, committee member, etc)
o Work Roles (Employee, Business Owner, Microenterprise Operator, Entrepreneur)
• Times where the consultant role is likely similar to a “Connector”, “Matchmaker”, “Resource guide”, “Coach” or “Mentor”.
Our ideal consultants:
• Are “glass half full thinkers” which means they are keen in every situation to discover the gifts, talents, and potential contributions of people and communities.
• Value Relationships, Inclusion, Simplicity, Individuality, and Learning
• Have a healthy involvement in their community
• Are not afraid of communicating with new people or developing ongoing, long lasting relationships.
• Possess a strong desire to build individual competencies and opportunities for valued social roles.
• Believe in the Natural Authority of Families and an interest in working in ways that enable ‘Right Relationship’ where ownership of outcomes is shared, and people have ‘power with’ relationships versus ‘power over’.
• Believe that everyone is competent and capable of learning and growing
• Believe that everyone has gifts, talents and potential contributions waiting to be uncovered and utilised.
• Have a commitment to people with disabilities having meaningful and valued lives and belief that communities are better when everyone is included.
• Are energetic, interested in other people, empathetic, and have a lively sense of humour
• Have experiencing using Microsoft Office and Email.
• Can be accountable to goals, objectives, timelines, and outcomes.
• Flexibility to work weekday daytime, weekday evening and weekend hours (there are no ‘set schedules’
• Bring an understanding of or willingness to learn about Social Role Valorisation, Asset Based Community Development, The National Disability Insurance Scheme, Customised Employment, and Individualised Living Arrangements
* Potential Consultants should also have a Blue/Yellow Card, First Aid/CPR Certificates, ABN, required insurances or ability to obtain. Drivers Licence would also be beneficial due to the nature of our work (but not essential). Own mobile phone is essential and own computer is beneficial, but not essential. *
What we offer:
The Right Fit
Discover our website www.towardsbetter.com.au for more info about us
If you are interested in applying for the role, please do so on Ethical Jobs:
* Please Note: This is not just one position. For example, if there are 5 people who each contribute something different, we will consider contracts with all 5 *
This position does not require applicants to submit cover letter or resume, but does require your answers to the below quesitons. Here are the questions to allow you time to prepare:
100 Group Exercise Opportunities
On the Water
Townsville Kayak Club – Affiliated with Queensland Canoeing, club members get together for kayaking together. Anyone can join the Facebook group to get updates about come and try days. This group does not have a webpage, but does have an Instagram.
Townsville & JCU Rowing Club – Multiple clubs across Townsville offer membership to people aged 14 to 100. Some groups train hard and chase medals. Others prefer to focus on relaxation, exercise and social connection. For more information about Townsville clubs, visit https://www.townsvillejcurowing.com.au/home/.
Townsville Sailing Club – This club offers a range of options for the Townsville community. Youth programs, kids courses, dinghy courses, power boat courses, school sports and learn to sail opportunities. For all the information visit https://www.townsvillesailing.com.au/home/.
NQ Phoenix Dragon Boat Club – A group of paddlers who are passionate about Dragon Boating – the fastest growing aquatic sport in the world. Visit https://www.nqphoenix.com.au/ for information about training days and costs.
Townsville Kiteboarding Beach Access 14 – This is a Facebook group for kiteboarding and kitesurfing. Members share advice on the wind, organise meet ups and fun days.
Townsville SUP Club Group – This group organises meet ups via Facebook. There are no fees to join – just a group of Stand Up Paddleboard enthusiasts.
Townsville Outrigger Canoe Club – This is fun, fitness, and friendships for all ages; social and competitive water sports. Visit https://www.townsvilleoutriggers.org.au/ or the Facebook page for more information.
Townsville Yacht Club – Hosts weekly social Twilight Sail and regular racing calendar events for yacht each year. Check out https://www.townsvilleyachtclub.com.au/sailing/sailing-club/ or the Facebook page for more information.
Townsville Picnic Bay Surf Lifesaving Club – An integral part of Townsville’s community through the provision of voluntary lifesavers, keeping our beaches safe. They offer the teaching of lifesaving skills and first aid, and the opportunity to try new things and test your ability. For more information, visit https://www.tpbslsc.com.au/.
Townsville Water Ski Club – Whatever type of boat and whatever type of skiing – everyone is welcome. Enjoy waterskiing, wakeboarding, slalom, trick, jump and even tubing in a safe and considerate environment. Visit https://townsvillewaterskiclub.com.au/ for more information.
Dragons Abreast – A vibrant group of Breast Cancer Survivors and their Supporters meet every Saturday morning on the Strand for social and technique dragon boating. For more information about this group and to learn about come and try sessions, visit the Facebook page or https://dragonsabreast.com.au/group/townsville/.
North Queensland Wheelchair Rugby League – This game is open for males and females of all ages with and without disabilities. To find out more about the game or training times, visit the Facebook page or the website https://www.nrlwheelchair.com.au/queensland/.
Love2Swim – A learn to swim program for children and adults with disability. Each student will have a personal proficiency program developed as part of an overall program, catering for individual needs. Visit https://www.kokodamemorialpool.com.au/learn-to-swim/marlin-class.
Wheelchair Basketball – An exciting version of basketball that offers a great way to keep fit, develop new skills and meet new friends. The game was originally designed as a rehabilitation and recreation activity for those with a physical disability, but is now enjoyed by people of all abilities. More information at https://www.sportingwheelies.org.au/wheelchair-basketball/.
RUBY (Rise up, Be Yourself) – A free physical fitness program for women who are, have been, or are likely to be experiencing Domestic and Family Violence (DFV). These programs are held in PCYCs across Townsville and are designed to empower women by building physical strength and contributing to general well-being, emotional resilience, self-esteem and confidence. Link in with your local PCYC for more information.
Boccia – A bowling game similar to the Italian game of ‘bocce’ for players of all abilities including those with a physical disability. Players can have the opportunity to compete in representative boccia at regional, state, national and international levels. Visit https://www.sportingwheelies.org.au/boccia/ for more information.
Sailability Townsville Inc. – A sailing club for people with all disabilities. Sailing is fun, relaxing, entertaining, educational and safe. Come along and have fun! Visit the Facebook page or https://sailabilitytownsville.com.au/about-us.html for more information.
Goalball – An exciting team sport for athletes with a vision impairment and sighted players of all ages. Two teams of three blindfolded players throw a bell-ball toward their opponent’s goal using their body to protect their own goal. The game requires team communication, coordination and strategic skills and is a lot of fun. https://www.sportingwheelies.org.au/goalball/ has more information for you.
Townsville Riding for the Disabled Association – Their horses and ponies provide therapy and fun to people with disabilities. There are social physical, psychological and educational benefits from riding with RDA. Link in by visiting https://www.rdaq.org.au/townsville.
Para Powerlifting – One of the first sports contested by people with a disability and requires strength, power, coordination and dedication to training. There are a range competitions depending on ability and Para Powerlifters can compete in state, national and international events. Visit the website https://www.sportingwheelies.org.au/para-powerlifting/ for more information.
Bella Dance Affairs – Join a dance family that strives to bring the best variety of adult dance classes with a fun, loving and encouraging environment. This is a safe, friendly and encouraging environment for all students and teachers to enjoy the love of dance. For more information, visit the website http://belladanceaffairstownsville.com.au/#section0
LV Dance (formerly Latin Vibrations) – A great place to make new friends and have fun. Different dance styles include Zumba, Salsa, LV Bouncefit, Strong by Zumba, partnered Latin mix, Konga, Gafieira, Burlesque, Brazilian Samba, and Belly Dance. Check out https://latinvibrations.com.au/ for more information. There is a Townsville Salsa and Latin Dance Facebook group for people who want to get out, have fun and practice their skills.
City Cheer & Dance Studios Townsville – Is the fastest growing specialised training facility in North Queensland. It offers a range of programs for kids and young adults including jazz, cheerleading, tumble, ballet, hip hop, and contemporary. Visit https://www.citystudios.store/ for more information.
Townsville Swing Dancing – A fun an energetic partner dance style from the 1940s era. Anyone 12 years and above from all walks of life are welcome. Visit https://www.swingdancingtownsville.com/ or the Facebook page for more information
Dancensations Townsville – Caters for all ages, beginner to advanced. There are classes for ballroom, fitness, social classes, classes for competition, and kids learn to dance classes. For more information, visit https://dancensations.com.au/.
Townsville Academy of Performing Arts – A purpose-build facility and is the largest premier dance class studio complex in Townsville and North Queensland. Classes are offered for a range age groups and includes acro dance, ballet, contemporary, hip hop, Irish dance, jazz and tap. Visit https://www.tapa.net.au/ for information about the classes available.
Townsville Dance on Rock n Roll – Is a social group of people looking to share their love of dance with others. They provide Rock n Roll dance classes and social events for everyone to enjoy. Check out the Facebook page or http://townsvilledanceonrocknroll.com/about.html to get in touch.
Townsville Pole Fitness – Get fit. Have fun. Make friends. There are lessons for beginners, mums and bubs, youth, and for competitions. Check out https://www.townsvillepolefitness.com/ for more information.
Townsville Dance and Cheerleading – A fun, energetic team sport which is a combination of stunting, tumbling, jumping, dancing and so much more. Visit https://townsvilledanceandcheerleading.com/ for more information.
Fun on Wheels
Townsville Kart Club – Go Karting is a fun and affordable motorsport for both young drivers and adults. Prepare for high-speed wheel-to-wheel racing, develop quick reflexes, precision, car control, set-up, mechanical and decision making skills. Visit the website https://www.townsvillekartclub.com.au/ or Facebook to find out more.
Townsville Sports Bikes – All riders welcome. Join the Facebook page for regular events and catch ups.
DSMRA Townsville & Cairns – Dual Sport Motorcycle Riders Association provides members with a social network of like-minded riders that want to go out and enjoy trail riding. This can be full hardcore dirt stuff through to adventure riding on the tar. For the most up to date information and events, check out the Facebook page.
Townsville Motorcycle Club – Keep up to date with all that is happening with MX, DT and speedway at the Townsville Motorcycle Club. Check out the Facebook page for more details and membership information.
Townsville Rockwheelers Mountain Bike Club – The second biggest mountain biking club in Australia. Visit http://www.rockwheelers.com.au/ or the Facebook group (Rockwheelers Adopt a Trail Tribe) to stay up to date with events.
Road Racing Association of Townsville – Offer competitions as well as a junior corporate challenge and competitive classes. Check out the website https://rrat.com.au/calendar/ or Facebook page for more information about classes and events.
Townsville Cycle Club – Holds events during the year both on the road and velodrome. This group promotes safe cycling environments and has programs at the Velodrome, for juniors and those who prefer road racing. Visit https://townsvillecycle.club/ for more info.
Towns Villains Roller Derby TVRD – A non-profit league established in 2009. They have completed in countless games and tournaments all over Australia. Contact or visit the Facebook page for information about membership and upcoming events.
Townsville BMX Club – Bicycle Motorcross (BMX) is a sport that can be enjoyed by the entire family. Participants can be aged from 3 years to the elderly and negotiate an outdoor track made up of jumps and turns over a distance of approximately 400 meters. Visit the Facebook page or the website https://www.bmxq.org.au/clubs/townsville-bmx-club/ for more information.
Roller Skating – Try something new and learn to skate at Sk8way this year. If you know how to skate, there are also artistic development classes to introduce you to different disciplines in the sport of artistic roller sports. For more information check out http://www.sk8way.com.au/.
At Your Leisure
Townsville Golf Club – The oldest golf club in Queensland, that is filled with men and women from all walks of Townsville life. Options for full and social membership, this club has something for everyone – everyone is welcome. Visit https://www.townsvillegolfclub.com.au/guests/welcome.mhtml for more information.
Pinball Tournaments – Hosted at Empire Arcade, join in on the monthly pizza and pinball tournaments. Visit the Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/events/townsville/empires-pizza-pinball-monthly-monday-tournament-2021-dates/4805990492809368/) for dates.
Townsville Kayak Fishing – A group of local kayak owners who love kayaking for fitness, and especially fishing from their kayaks. This group does not have a webpage so if you are planning to go out for a fish, post on the page and others will join you.
Townsville Ten Pin Bowling – Join a team, join a league. This is a regular social occasion meeting throughout the month as well as competitions to participate in. There is free coaching available for new teams. To start or join a team, reach out to http://townsvilletenpin.com.au/team-bowling/.
South Townsville Bowls Club – Options for social and competitive lawn bowls in Townsville. Visitors are welcome to take part in the fun, fitness, relaxation and networking a great game of lawn bowls can offer. Visit https://www.southtownsvillebowlsclub.com.au/ for more information.
Hula Hooping for Health – Heal and strengthen your mind, body and soul through gentle, low impact, joyful exercise. Visit https://www.hulahoopingforhealth.com.au/ or the Facebook page for more information on classes.
Townsville Target Archers – A fun-filled sport suitable to anyone between the ages of 10 and 110. The beginner sessions are a great opportunity for people to learn from an expert. With regular events throughout the month, it’s a great opportunity for people young and old to get involved. Visit https://townsvilletargetarchers.com/ for more information.
Tai Chi for Busy People – offers Tai Chi for health classes, courses and workshops in Townsville and surrounding regions. Visit http://www.taichiforbusypeople.com.au/ for more information on how this gentle exercise is suitable for all ages.
Just Two Feet
Townsville Road Runners Inc – This is a running club for people from all walks of life that offers regular social running events. Visit https://www.townsvilleroadrunners.com.au/ or the Facebook page for the most up to date information.
Choi Kwang Do Master Academy – They help parents raise confident leaders and adults reach their full potential. Since 1993, it has provided its members with a road map to success based on self-defense, confidence and goal-setting skills. Visit https://choikwang-do.com.au/ to find out children and adult programs.
Riverway Parkrun – A FREE weekly 5km event for runners of all standards which takes place every Saturday at Riverway. This event is whatever you want it to be – fun, training, social. If gives the opportunity for the running community to come together on a regular basis, enjoy the beautiful park and be physically active. Visit https://www.parkrun.com.au/riverway/ or the Facebook page for more info.
Oceanic Martial Arts – offers classes like Brazillian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, Zen Do Kai, Eskrima, and strength and conditioning. Visit https://oceanicmartialarts.com.au/classes/ for more information.
Pilates – All classes are suitable for everybody, no matter what age, shape, size, experience and fitness level. The Core Wellness Studio believe that Pilates is for everybody. For more information, visit the webpage https://www.corewellnessstudio.com.au/about.
Rhee Tae Kwon-Do – Their safe and inspiring classes can help you and your family increase your concentration to handle school work/business decisions, improve your confidence to develop public speaking, and even develop a high self esteem allowing choices to be made on educated decisions instead of peer pressure. Visit https://www.taekwondotownsville.com.au/ for more information.
Townsville Running Calendar – Train and adventure with other runners by staying on top of the Running Calendar https://www.runningcalendar.com.au/calendar/?k=townsville&df=2021-01-18.
Eskrima Stick Fighting – Is an ancient Filipino combat art focusing primarily on stick fighting and knives. These classes teach both single stick techniques, double stick and the use of a staff. Visit Oceanic Martial Arts https://oceanicmartialarts.com.au/eskrima-stick-fighting/ for more information on classes.
Courage Training Centre – Offers classes in Mixed Martial Arts, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Boxing and Kickboxing, classes for kids, classes for fitness and personal training. Visit the website for more information https://couragetrainingcentre.com/services/.
Yoga – Lighten Up NQ offers a range of Yoga classes including Flow Yoga, Detox Yoga, Pilates, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Barre, Yin Yang Yoga, Power Yoga, and Ashtanga Yoga. For more descriptions of these yoga variations, visit https://www.lightenupnq.com.au/classes1.
Just for Fun
Jedi Academy Townsville – Non-profit sports club with an aim to teach mindfulness to kids and adults through the exciting sport of light sabre combat. Working to teach people to be present in the moment, not teaching them to fight. For more information check out the Facebook page or https://jediacademytownsville.simplybook.me/v2/.
Queensland Wrestling Alliance – A professional wrestling organisation bringing you live hard hitting action in the squared circle. Visit YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/qwawrestling, Facebook, or Twitter to see what this is all about or contact for more information about upcoming shows and training sessions.
Rockclimbers Association of NQ (Townsville) – Runs outdoor trips usually one every weekend. They cater for any age and experience level, helping people learn and increase their climbing and roping techniques. For the most up to date information on events, check out the Facebook page. For general information about the club, check out the website http://www.qldclimb.org.au/affiliated-clubs/.
Horse Riding Lessons – For groups or individual lessons, reach out to Ranchlands Equestrian Centre https://www.ranchlands.com.au/ or Townsville Horse Riding Centre Facebook pages or website https://townsvillehorseridingcentre.com.au/about-us.
Aqua @ Riverway Water Aerobics – Is for all ages and fitness levels and is a great option for staying active during pregnancy. Meeting at different locations throughout Townsville, visit the Facebook page for more information.
DanceNorth – A suite of year-round dance classes, series and workshops that celebrate every body dancing. This range includes popular dance styles, classes dedicated to health and wellbeing, and dance experiences designed for people with specific requirements. These include contemporary, vital dance, wild dance, still dancing and dance for absolute beginners. For more information, visit http://www.dancenorth.com.au/open-classes.
North Queensland Fencing Association – Is Townsville’s Premier Fencing Club. Fencing is all about being fit, fast, focused and most importantly having fun, so come along and give it a go. Visit the Facebook page or https://nqfa.com.au/ for more information.
Townsville Kendo – Japanese fencing is a great opportunity to learn a new skill and get to know some new people. Visit the Facebook page for more information.
Pickleball Townsville – The local home for one of the fastest growing sports in the world. It combines elements of badminton, table tennis and tennis. It is a low impact sport that is easy to play and learn – a sport for everyone! Visit https://whatson.townsville.qld.gov.au/events/community-events/pickleball-townsville or the Facebook page for more information.
Get That Heart Rate Up
North Queensland Broomball Association – A recreational ice game that’s played at the ice skating rink. Broomball is similar to ice hockey without the ice skates. For more information about training and competitions, email or visit the Facebook page.
Ninja Parc Beginners Parkour – A fun and welcoming environment, learn parkour under the guidance of an expert. Though it is designed for teens and adults, there are classes for ages 12 and below. More info at www.ninjaparc.com.au/parkour-townsville/.
Townsville Paintball – Get some friends, family, or work mates together and get outside with Paintball. This is a family oriented atmosphere with a safety first approach toward the fastest growing extreme sport in Australia. Visit https://www.paintballtownsville.com/ for more information.
North Queensland Figure Skating Association – This club offers the opportunity to embrace the joy and passion of skating. Visit the Facebook page or email for more information about classes available.
Hot Rock Adventure Centre – They cater for all levels of climbing, beginner to experienced. The staff are knowledgeable, passionate climbers who want to introduce you to the fun of this unique sport and the amazing Townsville climbing community. See https://www.hotrockadventure.com.au/ for more information.
Cajam Circus – Weekly term-based workshops from three year olds to adults. Each student will learn skills in static trapeze, silks, acrobatics, manipulation, tightrope, juggling and more. Visit the Facebook page or email for more information.
Learn to be a Ninja – Ninja Parc believe that play should be accessible for all ages and skill levels. They offer a range of classes to help make that possible including mini ninjas, little ninjas, adults, and parkour. Visit https://www.ninjaparc.com.au/townsville/ for more information.
Townsville Gymnastics – A variety of classes from Baby Gym (4 months – walking), to teens and adult classes. For more information about classes, visit https://gymtsv.com.au/timetable.
Fun in the Sun
Townsville Dressage Club Inc – Appropriate for riders as five or six through to seniors. Members are very friendly and endeavour to enjoy competitions as much as possible with good sportsmanship and comradery. Email or visit the Facebook page for more information on how to join.
Tennis Townsville – Get involved with social tennis, cardio tennis, tournaments, or coaching, for juniors and adults alike. Visit https://www.tennistownsville.org/ for more information on classes and costs.
Town Beach Volleyball – For fitness, team building or just plain old fun, get involved! With Thursday night BBQs, corporate competitions, multiple games per week and options of friend vs friend, family vs family, there are lots of options. Check out the Facebook page or https://townbeach.com.au/ for more info.
Ultimate Frisby – Is a different, fun social sport. Beginners welcome. https://tsv-ultimate.com/e/townsville-social-league/history
Townsville Touch Football – With competitions throughout the year, this sport is available for juniors and seniors. Visit https://townsville.tf/ for information about training days and season costs.
North Queensland Reining and Performance Horse Club – A club dedicated to the training and showing of horses for western and dressage style disciplines. They offer a fun, family atmosphere and encourage riders of all ages and horses of all breeds to participate in their shows and regular training days. Visit http://www.nqrphc.com.au/ for more information.
Townsville Water Polo – Enhances the skills of soccer, basketball, netball, and rugby as well as swimming. It builds reflexes, self-control and the ability to perform under pressure. Plus it’s a great way to stay cool in the Townsville heat. Visit http://www.townsvillewaterpoloassociation.com.au/ or the Facebook page to find out more.
Baseball Association Townsville – Offers an opportunity to foster a range of talents in the Junior and Senior competitions. For more information about training times, visit the Facebook page or reach out to .
AFL Townsville – A sport for all ages, reach out via https://www.aflq.com.au/townsville/ or the Facebook page.
Football Queensland North – Another sport for all ages, get involved with Townsville soccer by emailing or visiting https://www.nqfootball.com.au/.
Townsville District Rugby Football League – For information about Townsville clubs available, visit https://www.playrugbyleague.com/Competitions/Association/townsville-district-rugby-football-league-ltd-5137?type=clubs.
Wests Squash Club – Opportunities throughout the week for juniors and adults to link in with this club. Visit the Facebook page or http://townsvilletenpin.com.au/services-view/squash/ for more information.
Townsville Table Tennis Association – Beat the heat in this air-conditioned club. This is a high energy, safe game for the whole family. Visit https://townsvilletabletennis.org.au/ for more information.
Townsville Futsal – Similar to indoor soccer, this game is a lot of fun for all ages. Whether new to futsal or an experienced player, there are plenty of options to join a team. Visit the Facebook page or https://www.austfutsal.com/Clubs/Townsville-Futsal to get more information.
Rebound Volleyball – A fast-paced and fun way to get fit and socialise with friends. To find out more information about teams, visit https://wildcatzindoorsports.com.au/volleyball/.
Townsville Hockey Association – Games have returned for 2021, and there is an option for a beginners hockey program for young players aged 4 to 11. For all your information on training days and costs, visit https://www.townsvillehockey.com/.
Townsville City Netball Association – Has been providing opportunities for individuals of all ages, skill levels, competitiveness and ambition to participate in a very enjoyable sport for over 39 years. Visit http://www.townsvillecity.qld.netball.com.au/ for more information about the range of team opportunities.
Townsville Basketball – Provides an inclusive, safe and well governed environment for all to grow and develop in the community. To find out about what basketball opportunities there are in Townsville, visit https://www.townsvillebasketball.com/.
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