Regional Arts Development Fund Regional Arts Development Fund

Regional Arts Development Fund

The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) provides funding for local arts and cultural development and heritage projects.

RADF is a partnership between local Councils and the Queensland Government, through Arts Queensland, to support local arts and culture.

The successful and long-running RADF program gives communities the flexibility to shape their own arts and cultural priorities.

Contact Flinders Shire Council for more information 07 4741 2900.

Applications can be found at or are available from the Flinders Shire Council Office.






Round 1 RADF Recipients Round 1 RADF Recipients

Music, Verse, Instrument Workshop – Hughenden Country Music Association - (Contact Cecily Paul)

This workshop will employ two music workshop presenters to enable participants to further their personal development in the field of stage presentation and music.  The workshop will be held on the 25th of July 2014.

Clowning, Juggling, Stilt Walking and Trick Cycling Interactive and Educational Workshop with Windy Wizard – Hughenden Chamber of Commerce - (Contact Barbara Geisler)

The workshop will employ Windy Wizard to conduct 2 x 1 hour clowning skills workshops for younger community members. The workshops will be held on the 5th of December and include one session at the Swimming Pool (St Francis and the small schools will attend) and one at the Hughenden State School.  In addition Windy Wizard will also appear at the Mardi Gras during the evening of the 5th of December.

"The Overlander Adventurers" – an interactive story book app for children – Tamara Hogan (children's book author) - (Contact Tamara Hogan)

Design and development of an educational entertainment storybook app (iPad etc) for children aged 2 to 9 years. The app will engage the reader in an interactive tale that will share information about the Flinders Shire region, while also inspiring the child reader and their respective family's interest in the rich experiences offered by visiting the Flinders Shire.  The project is scheduled for completion by the end of July 2014.