The winners of the name the crane and colouring competition celebrating the installation of the tower crane at the Kingaroy Hospital redevelopment site were announced yesterday.
The competition, which was opened to all South Burnett primary school students in November, closed on 6 December.
The winner of the name the crane competition, Zen Akers, will have his crane name, Mega Legger, displayed on the crane and has received an iPad donated by Kingaroy Hospital redevelopment contractors Broad Construction.
The colouring in competition had 79 creative entries, and the winners were Emma Tones, Jared Alvarez-Gumaran, Nellie Grahame, Charm McKinnon, Paige Reardon and Chloe Weier. Their artwork will be displayed on the new hospital website, and each winner received a gift voucher donated by Kingaroy Office Central. To view their winning entries please click here.
The installation of the 40-metre tower crane was a major milestone in the Kingaroy Hospital redevelopment project which is on track to be completed by late 2021.
The Kingaroy Hospital redevelopment project will bring improved community access to better health care facilities closer to home.