WOULD you be disappointed if you went to vote only to find there was no sausage sizzle?

Then here's where you should avoid.

The Observer visited a few polling booths around the region this morning and thought we would take a break from the 'major issues'.

Instead we've put together a list on where you will find the best variety of snacks and a rundown on the parking situation for those who haven't yet ventured out.

Gladstone South State School definitely has the best variety with a cake stall alongside its sausage sizzle.

The standard price for a sausage seems to be $2. 

Gladstone Central State School was only booth we visited with designated disabled parking spots. 

If you want to send in details and a photo from your sausage sizzle email reporter helen.spelitis@gladstoneobserver.com.au.

The polls close at 6pm.

Gladstone South State School

Beef sausages: $2

Drinks: $2

You choice of sauces; tomato, barbeque and mustard.

Cakes and slices; from $3

Raising money to send the year five, six and seven students to school camp.

Sausages rated 10 by voter Jason Warby.

Parking wasn't too much of an issue when we were there around 10.45am but there was no organised disabled parking.

 

Gladstone Central School

More than just a sausage sizzle on offer at Gladstone Central - Ella Casey, Georgia Bullock, Rikayla Neal and Lucius Duff selling $1 jelly cups. Photo Helen Spelitis / Gladstone Observer
More than just a sausage sizzle on offer at Gladstone Central - Ella Casey, Georgia Bullock, Rikayla Neal and Lucius Duff selling $1 jelly cups. Photo Helen Spelitis / Gladstone Observer Helen Spelitis

Sausages: $2

Drinks: $2

Jelly cups: $1

Raising money to for the school's year 6 camp.

Designated disabled parking right in front of the gate.

 

Gladstone West State School

No sausage sizzle.

Parking was OK.

People handing out 'how to vote cards' were the most pushy we experienced.

 

Clinton State School

Pork sausages: $2

Sauces: tomato and barbeque (no mustard)

Drinks: $2 - 11 different choices

Raising money for the school's 'yarning circle'

Try your luck on the $100 board

Clinton State School might have a great sausage sizzle but it also had the longest line to vote.

Clinton State School had the longest line to vote and the worst traffic. Photo Helen Spelitis / Gladstone Observer
Clinton State School had the longest line to vote and the worst traffic. Photo Helen Spelitis / Gladstone Observer Helen Spelitis

 

Boyne Island Community Centre

No sausage sizzle.

 

Tannum Sands State High School

No sausage sizzle.

 

Chanel College

Sausages: $2

You choice of sauces; tomato, barbeque, mustard

Drinks: $2

Win a Thermomix worth $2089

Raising money to help remote regions in East Timor.

Still don't know your candidates? It's all here. 

 

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