Cooloola Trophies & Engraving

Cooloola Trophies and Engraving specialize in trophies’ awards’ beautiful gifts’ glassware’ photoframes’ pewter tankards & moneyboxes. We produce beautiful brass plaques used for official openings’ school buildings’ saddle plates’ pet graves etc etc. We also supply name badges to schools and clubs in the Gympie and Cooloola areas.

If you are looking for that something special for a wedding’ christening’ 21st etc’ call in and see Russell or Petrina’ who will help you choose that special something’ which can then’ be engraved free of charge.

To celebrate the commencement of the winter sport sign ons’ we are offering a 20% discount on soccer’ rugby’ and hockey trophies. (show stock only) These could be used for player of the match awards for the coming season. On sale till March 31st.

We also manufacture trefolyte labels’ for electrical switchboards’ heaps of colours to choose from’ and sizes to suit every job’ as we cut to size. We proudly supplied all electrical labeling for Big W’ The Plantation (Rainbow Beach) and even Hungry Jacks’ plus many other businesses and factories in the Gympie and surrounding areas’ even as far as Mount Isa Mines.

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As the heritage and cultural centre of the Cooloola Region, Gympie boasts a tradition that few areas in Queensland can offer. A city of 16,000 people, Gympie offers the warm hospitality of a country town with all the modern conveniences.

Known as the "Town that Saved Queensland", Gympie's proud heritage began in 1867 with the discovery of gold by prospector James Nash at the site now occupied by the Town Hall. At the time, Queensland was facing bankruptcy due to drought and the fall in wool prices. However, Nash made the five day journey down the Mary River from Maryborough and, after digging up 75 ounces of gold in six days, staked his claim. The Gympie Gold Rush was on, injecting the boost to the Queensland economy that enabled the colony to survive.

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