CQLD Site Tour, Supplier Demonstrations & BBQ

Join the Central Qld Sub Branch for a site tour, supplier equipment demonstrations and display along with a networking BBQ lunch - which you won't want to miss! Register now.




When:    Friday 3rd June 2022

Time:      9.30am (for a 10am departure) - 5.00pm

Where:  Meet at Lady Nelson Park to board bus to travel to Butlers Yarwun Quarries*
                Cnr Lord St & Flinders Parade, Gladstone Central
                Directions here

Parking: Parking available East Shores Carpark, Flinders Parade.  Directions here.

*All attendees must travel by bus to the Site Tour location.


Butlers Yarwun Quarries are the only locally owned and operated quarry, with strong involvement in the local community and Gladstone region.  The quarry has been in operation since 1985, and the land that the quarry operates contains significant reserves of hard rock.   The family run business aims to support growth in the region by supplying quality quarry products and are a supplier to government, commercial, infrastructure, rural and residential projects.  They extract hard, durable and exceptional quality rock that ensures delivery of quality quarry products.  Products include aggregates, amour rock, road bases, crusher dust, clean waste, rip rap rock, clay, gabion rock and rail ballast.

Mandatory PPE:   Helmet, gloves, High vis long sleeve shirt or long sleeve shirt with high vis vest, long pants and steel capped boots.

Supplier Demonstrations & Displays:

During the site visit attendees will be treated to a demonstration of the Komatsu D71Pxi-24 Dozer, inclusive of an opportunity to 'test drive' the dozer under supervision.

Kleemann will also be demonstrating the new MS802ZZ Scalping Screen, and Crusher Spares will be displaying supply wear parts and screens.

The site tour and demonstrations will be followed by a BBQ lunch catered by Smoke on the Water (SOW), a Gladstone based multiple award winning American BBQ competition team who also provide catering.  The team is made up of Cassie (also a nurse) who has been doing this style of cooking for over 7 years and her partner Shane.

Following the site tour, demonstrations and lunch, attendees will be taken back to the pick up location to enjoy a networking session at the Gladstone Yacht Club


9.30am:  Arrival & Registration 
10.00am: Bus departs to Butlers Yarwun Quarries
10.15am:  Welcome & Introduction | hosted by John Sherburd and Craig Butler
                 Site Tour commences
11.15am:   Komatsu D71Pxi-24 Dozer demonstration & opportunity to 'test drive' | Niall Ivory
                 Kleemann demonstration of the MS802ZZ Scalping Screen
                 Crusher Spares supply wear parts and screens display
12.30pm: Site Debrief & Feedback | Brett Evans
                 BBQ Lunch on site thanks to Butlers Yarwun Quarries
2.00pm:  Return to Lady Nelson Park
2.00pm:  Gladstone Yacht Club
5.00pm:  Event Concludes

Networking at the Gladstone Yacht Cub is kindly sponsored by:









Members:   $50.00
Non Members/Guests:  $65.00

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3/06/2022 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
E. Australia Standard Time
Lady Nelson Park Cnr Lord St & Flinders Parade Gladstone Central, QLD 4694 AUSTRALIA
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