We are now in our third year of supporting Challenge the Mountain, one of Queensland’s most iconic mountain challenges for runners and cyclists!
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A stunning exhibition showcasing works by award-winning local artist Andrea Chapman drew an impressive crowd at to The Rock’s Rockhampton branch on Friday, 2 September.
Ben Hirst has ticked many goals off his bucket list. Marathon, ultra-marathon, a 100km race and even conquering the 326km journey from Burnie to Hobart to raise funds for suicide awareness charity, Speak Up! Stay Chatty.
This month, we held our first home loan seminar in our branches, covering a topic that is on everyone’s minds right now – to fix or not to fix their home loan. Interest rates are at historically low levels at the moment, so we are getting more and more customers enquiring about fixed rate loans. However, it’s really hard to give a definitive answer, as it relies so heavily on personal circumstances.
If you didn’t get a chance to attend our seminar, here’s a run down of what we shared.
Two iconic central Queensland institutions have joined forces today with The Rock today announcing a new partnership with the Central Queensland Capras.
The team from our Gladstone Branch have been involved in supporting the PCYC Youth Programs on a regular basis. The team had a great day out on Sunday volunteering their time to assist in raising funds for the PCYC Youth Programmes. So far the Rock Staff at the Gladstone branch have contributed over 35 hours of volunteering time and raised over $300.00. Fantastic effort!!!
On September 12, four staff members from the Rockhampton team (Lorraine Miller, Robyn Grant, Paul Herbert & Sharon Atkinson) plus Brianna Robins from the Gladstone branch made the 4 hour round trip to Biloela.
The Festival of Colour Fun Run is a community event catering to the entire family to encourage a healthy lifestyle through exercise, but in a REALLY REALLY fun way!
The course is a cruisy 4km track with 4 colour zones stationed throughout where you'll be bombed with bright colours. All funds raised go to the Moura Coal & Country Festival.
The day kicked of to a great start. Chelsie, Judy and I all pilled in my Prado and started out on our 45 minutes journey to Moura.