Guests who visit the Wondai Regional Art Gallery before the end of July will be able to see some of the most unusual lamp stands ever made.
The Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery officially opened the second month of its Winter Craft Festival on Saturday, and gallery volunteers are preparing for another busy month.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery will get a new kitchen and extra storage facilities soon, thanks to a $31,000 grant from the Federal Government.
Cherbourg’s Historical Precinct committee has received a $59,000 grant from the Federal Government
Kingaroy singer-songwriter Laudy, who is probably better known to her South Burnett fans as Laura Limb or Laura J. – will be releasing her first single in Brisbane this Wednesday, June 27.
Blackbutt ran its first-ever Reconciliation Week celebration recently, and now organisers hope to make it an annual event.
Tucked away at the end of a laneway in Nanango is one of the South Burnett’s hidden gems … a home to local and visiting musicians, some of whom have travelled vast distances to share their talents with local residents.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery is hosting two unusual exhibitions this month with works which have never been seen before in the South Burnett.
The two-month Queensland Winter Craft Festival is now officially under way at Kingaroy Art Gallery following its launch by South Burnett Keith Campbell on Saturday morning.
It’s June and it’s officially winter, so it means it’s time again for the annual Queensland Winter Craft Festival to be held in Kingaroy.
The South Burnett Musical Comedy Society will be holding two information sessions for its upcoming production of Disney’s Beauty And The Beast” on Sunday and Monday, June 3-4.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery will be hosting a travelling art exhibition in June, and hopes to make travelling exhibitions a part of its annual offerings in the future.
Whodunnit fans will have fun trying to work out who really did it when the curtain goes up on the Nanango Theatre Company’s latest production on Friday (June 1).
Kingaroy Art Gallery is gearing up for its annual two-month festival of all things crafty … which explains why some colourful yarn-bombing has suddenly appeared outside the gallery in Haly Street.
A project to decorate the Murgon Visitor Information Centre’s walls with six murals was officially opened last Thursday by South Burnett Deputy Mayor Kathy Duff.
The South Burnett is in for a rare treat this week when the curtain goes up on the South Burnett Musical Comedy Society’s latest production, a choral adaptation of Les Miserables.
Volunteer members of a committee that recommends funding for local arts programs are in shock after South Burnett Regional Council sacked them and replaced them with Council staff.
The South Burnett is about to get a new annual music festival, which the organisers aim to develop over coming years into a “destination event” to attract tourists to the region
Visitors to the Town Hall Forecourt in Kingaroy will notice a new steel column has sprung up near the main entrance to the area.
The Heritage Bank Photographic Awards is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and giving shutterbugs a shot at over $8,000 in prizes.
If you’re wondering why you can’t get a parking spot in Glendon Street at the moment for love or money, it’s simply because the annual Kingaroy Eisteddfod is on again at the Kingaroy Town Hall.
Six scenes for new murals at the Murgon Visitor Information Centre have been chosen.