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Maranoa CWA opens Bunya Mtn holiday accommodation

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The Queensland Country Women’s Association's Maranoa division has officially opened Clear View, a stylish short-term holiday accommodation option that has been a long term goal for the organisation.

The Queensland Country Women’s Association’s Maranoa division has officially opened Clear View, a stylish short-term holiday accommodation option that has been a long term goal for the organisation.

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Officially opening Clear View was QCWA state president Robyn McFarlane and celebrating with her were Kate Hay, Homezone Projects, Kingaroy, Western Downs deputy mayor, George Moore, Dalby, Justin Toomey, Martin Building Design, Dalby, Burra Burri Branch president Jean Stuart, Dell Henderson, Maranoa Division, state executives Maria Keys and Marie Baulch, Cr Charlene Hall, WDRC,  state executive Jan Street, Cr Greg Olm, WDRC, and state executive Sarah Faddy, along with other QCWA members and guests.

Officially opening Clear View was QCWA state president Robyn McFarlane and celebrating with her were Kate Hay, Homezone Projects, Kingaroy, Western Downs deputy mayor, George Moore, Dalby, Justin Toomey, Martin Building Design, Dalby, Burra Burri Branch president Jean Stuart, Dell Henderson, Maranoa Division, state executives Maria Keys and Marie Baulch, Cr Charlene Hall, WDRC, state executive Jan Street, Cr Greg Olm, WDRC, and state executive Sarah Faddy, along with other QCWA members and guests.

Located in the scenic area of the Bunya Mountains, Clear View has been available to rent since the start of 2016, but was officially opened on Saturday by QCWA state president Robyn McFarlane.

The house features four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large kitchen and utilities room, a BBQ and outdoor setting, a cosy fireplace for the winter nights, and undercover parking for two vehicles.

Clear View is also one of the first disabled-friendly houses within the Bunya Mountains region.

Former Maranoa Division president and current state vice president Maria Keys was one of the driving forces behind Clear View. She said the idea originated in 2012, but due to insufficient funds amongst many other reasons, the building plans never eventuated until 2015.

“Now that it is up and running, Clear View will be able to provide holiday accommodation to the general public in the Bunya Mountains, which is such a peaceful and tranquil environment,” Mrs Keys said.

“Funds raised through the rental of this new holiday home will support QCWA projects of the Maranoa Division and across Queensland.”

Clear View is available for short term holiday accommodation and is managed through the Bunya Mountains Accommodation Centre.

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