The North Queensland Toyota Cowboys, including NRL player Justin O’Neill and club legends Brent Tate and Matthew Bowen, will be visiting some of the regions affected by Tropical Cyclone Debbie tomorrow, Tuesday 4 April.

Cowboys CEO Greg Tonner said that with much of the region affected in some way by the natural disaster, the club saw the visit as an opportunity to lift the spirits of communities rallying after last week’s cyclone and adverse weather events.

“The club shares in the highs and the lows of fellow North Queenslanders, and the chance to personally meet families and individuals involved was one we jumped at,” Mr Tonner said.

“We understand the heartbreak so many families must be feeling in the wake of the cyclone’s aftermath, and for us to have the chance to hopefully lift the spirits of our regional members and supporters is one we are both looking forward to and appreciate.”

The Cowboys will be visiting Bowen, Airlie Beach and Proserpine along with Whitsunday Regional Council mayor Andrew Willcox.

North Queensland community visit
Tuesday 4 April, 2017
Attending: Justin O'Neill, Brent Tate, Matthew Bowen, Greg Tonner, Andrew Willcox

8.15am Bowen SES Depot, 67 Herbert Street, Bowen
8.30am Filby’s Motors, 49 Powell Street, Bowen
*Meet & greet – come on down!
9.30am - 10.30am Bowen Sporting Complex, Woodlands Road
*Meet & greet – come on down!
11.45am - 12.45pm Whitsunday Sports Park
2489 Shute Harbour Road, Jubilee Pocket
*Meet & greet – come on down!
2pm - 2.30pm Tour of Proserpine
2.30pm - 3.15pm Filby’s Motors, 62 Main Street, Proserpine
*Meet & greet – come on down!
3.30pm - 4.30pm Les Stagg Oval, Proserpine
*Meet & greet – come on down!