The s.355 Committee gratefully acknowledges the support of the following:

  • Landscape Master Plan – dsb Landscape Architects
  • Elm Grove stage 1 gravel path – Robbins, Davison, Bombardier families
  • Elm Grove amphitheatre construction – Robbins, Bombardier families
  • Web page development and maintenance - C3i
  • Gravel for the paths - Holcim Quarry - Adam Bertram
  • Delivery of gravel - Paul Elliott
  • Arena Earthworks - Greg Cochrane for scraping the topsoil off, and Dave Charmans and his team for providing and compacting certified fill for the base.
  • Southern Phone Company Ltd for a grant towards the development of the community hall.  
  • Burra and Jerrabomberra Creek RFS

  • The Royalla Roundup
    • Bendigo Bank Calwell
    • Chris Smith from Powerforce Industries
    • POWERKART Raceway
    • Shannons
    • Pitstop Car wash
    • Vikings Fishing Club
    • Holcim
    • Poo Carters
    • Allcott Hire
    • Palerang Council
    • Pete Harrison, Palerang Mayor
    • John Barilaro, NSW MLA
    • Zoe Dredge, for making the Roundup Flyer
    • and all the locals who gave so much of their time and effort.


Southern Phone Company Ltd was formed in 2002 after the receipt of funding from the Commonwealth Government’s Networking the Nation (NTN) program. A public company, Southern Phone is owned by 41 Local Councils, each of which has an equal shareholding. In the past 12 years Southern Phone has grown to be the second largest home phone provider in regional Australia and provides fixed line, mobile and Internet services to around 100,000 customers around the nation. The company is based in Moruya (NSW) and employs more than 135 staff.

The Southern Phone Grants Scheme is a new initiative in 2014 to deliver additional support to regional communities. Via the scheme, up to $25,000 has been made available for distribution to qualified recipients within selected Local Council areas.

Southern Phone Grants are designed to provide a direct injection of funds for eligible projects. The objective is to extend Southern Phone’s support to community groups and projects which would otherwise not receive adequate or any funding by Council.

Royalla Common s355 Committee has received $4,000 from Southern Phone Community Grants which will go towards the development of the community hall.