Funding boon for community clubs

Seventeen community football precincts across Queensland have successfully received funding from the latest Gambling Community Benefit Fund, which closed in February.

The total funding achieved for AFL-related projects was $424,584.95.  This is the largest pool of funding that the AFL community has achieved in a single round of the quarterly funding programme.

Several exciting projects will now proceed in coming months.  These include female change rooms at Hervey Bay Bombers, new goal nets at Park Ridge & Fassifern Falcons, much-awaited oval irrigation at Kawana Eagles and new oval fences at Griffith Moorooka & Wilston Grange. 

AFL Queensland congratulates the successful recipients and encourages all football clubs with potential projects to contact our Infrastructure and Planning team for support, on (07) 3033 5409.






Agnes Waters JAFC

Wide Bay

Purchase Equipment

$      6,800.82

Beenleigh AFC

Brisbane South

Field Maintenance equipment

$    25,909.09

Bribie Island JAFC

Sunshine Coast

Upgrade Facilities

$    13,700.00

Fassifern JAFC

Brisbane South

Goal Nets

$    29,990.91

Garbutt Bombers JAFC


Purchase Equipment

$      3,730.40

Griffith Moorooka AFC

Brisbane South

Install Fence

$    35,000.00

Hervey Bay Bombers AFC

Wide Bay

Female change rooms

$    19,074.00


Brisbane South

Mobile Grand Stands

$    27,847.00

Kawana Park JAFC

Sunshine Coast

Irrigation System

$    31,818.18

Labrador JAFC

Gold Coast

Purchase equipment

$    14,900.00

North Mackay ARFC


Upgrade Facilities

$    34,800.00

Park Ridge JAFC

Brisbane South

New Goal Nets

$    14,178.18

Redcliffe Tigers AFC

Brisbane North

Repairs & Maintenance

$    34,750.00

Robina AFC

Gold Coast

Canteen & under cover area

$    26,636.37

South East Suns AFC

Brisbane South


$    21,818.18

Tamborine Mountain JAFC

Gold Coast

Purchase Mower

$    13,631.82

Wilston Grange JAFC

Brisbane North

New Fence & Goal Nets

$    35,000.00



$  424,584.95


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