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Stakeholder Engagement Advisor Emily Louden recently relocated to Goondiwindi from Brisbane where she was working in community engagement at Brisbane City Council and has embraced the region’s relaxed lifestyle.
“I love everything about Goondiwindi,” Emily said. “From the welcoming people who are always up for a chat to daily strolls with my dog by the Macintyre, I just love living here.”
The Inland Rail office is located at 116 Marshall Street in the Goondiwindi Business Hub and is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4pm.
Emily is also available to meet with businesses and residents in and around the Goondiwindi region, including North Star. Click here to contact Emily by email or feel free to drop in and say hello.
This article first appeared on inlandrail.artc.com.au
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