Crow’s Nest, Queensland: A town on the Great Dividing Range, servicing farming communities and a growing tourism industry. Population: 2,160 (2016 Census) Climate: warm summers, cool winters (perfect) How to get here: 42 km north of Toowoomba along the New England Highway. For more information on Crow’s Nest  visit the Crow’s Nest Tourism website


Crow’s Nest Museum & Historical Village
You may be aware that our latest project has been to relocate the Old QR Grain Shed from behind the CN Pharmacy to the front of the Museum site on the corner of Thallon Street [New England Highway] and Oxford Street. The intention is to provide Crow’s Nest with an Information Centre as well as a new reception area for the museum.
The building is now fully restored, painted and landscaped with local native plants. Qld Railways have prepared historical information boards, which are installed on the site.

Local Not for Profit organisations include: The Crow’s Nest Amateur Fishing Club, The Crow’s Nest Buffalo Lodge, The Crow’s Nest Men’s Shed, The Local Ambulance Committee, The Crow’s Nest Tennis Club, The Crow’s Nest Swimming Club, The Crow’s Nest Show Society and The Crow’s Nest Lions Club. 

Crow’s Nest Men’s Shed
The Men’
s Shed organisation is yet another example of Australian initiative. Started in 1978 it is now a world wide organisation with more Men’s Sheds in Australia than McDonald’s outlets.

The Men’
s shed organisation was set up with men’s mental health in mind, providing a venue where men who felt isolated could network with men in a similar position.

At the Crow’
s Nest Men’s Shed we have metal  and timber workshops for those who wish to turn their hand to DIY projects or to learn new skills.  In addition we help people who have that favourite piece of furniture that  breaks and is needing repairs.

We are open Mondays and Wednesdays between 8 and l2. Why not come down and see what we have to offer. We are located at the western end of the Showground and would be happy to see you and show you around our great facility.

Nick Comer
Crow’s Nest Men’s Shed

Crow’s Nest & District Tourist & Progress Association Inc.

Jeff Close, past president of the Crow’s Nest & District Tourist & Progress Association Inc proudly displaying a copy of the long-awaited reprint of “Tall Timbers”, a history of the Crow’s Nest Shire

Heritage community grant helps Crow’s Nest State School students switch to new technology

Crow’s Nest State School students are boosting their love of learning after receiving a Heritage community grant for $19,725 to purchase 25 new laptops.

Heritage Crow’s Nest Community Branch is a joint venture partnership between Heritage Bank and the local community, represented by PCCN (Progressive Community Crow’s Nest).

Under the Heritage community branch model, PCCN’s share of profits is distributed back into the community as grants to local organisations, charities and special community events.

Heritage Crows Nest Branch Sales and Service Manager Aimee Skaines said, “The beauty of being a community branch is that the more people bank with us, the more we are able to give back through grants and sponsorship.

People can see real examples of local initiatives they’ve helped support just by doing their everyday banking with Heritage. It promotes a real sense of community pride.”

If your community group is from the Crow’s Nest area and would like to apply for a Community Grant, please get in touch with Heritage Crows Nest Community Branch on 07 4698 2700.