Tibooburra hosts inaugural butchering and golf day for mental health

Samantha Townsend
Updated July 31 2019 - 12:33am, first published July 25 2019 - 12:00pm
With little rain falling in the most remote corner of the state, Luke Kuerschner and Nic Stevenson are organising the inaugural Tibooburra Butchering and Golf Day to be held on August 3 so the community can get together for a 'mental health day'. Photo by Lorraine Kuerschner.
With little rain falling in the most remote corner of the state, Luke Kuerschner and Nic Stevenson are organising the inaugural Tibooburra Butchering and Golf Day to be held on August 3 so the community can get together for a 'mental health day'. Photo by Lorraine Kuerschner.

For nearly 20 years the outback golf course at Tibooburra has been home to grazing cattle, sheep and goats.

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Samantha Townsend

Journalist based on the Mid North Coast for The Land.

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