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Tourism Group Claims Record

Tourism Group Claims Record

Southern Queensland Country Tourism – the regional organisation that the South Burnett Regional Council recently quit – is claiming a record number of domestic tourists over the past year.

Park Tracks Temporarily Closed

Park Tracks Temporarily Closed

The Department of National Parks has advised that several walking tracks in the Bunya Mountains National Park will be closed briefly next week to allow the removal of large, hazardous trees.

History On Show At Blackbutt

History On Show At Blackbutt

Railway buffs should take a moment to drop into the restored Nukku rail siding building which now sits alongside the former Nukku School on the rail trail at Blackbutt.

Cycling Trails Get Go-Ahead

Cycling Trails Get Go-Ahead

The South Burnett Mountain Bike Club has received approval to begin construction of a dedicated series of cycling trails through the Mceuen forestry area near Wondai.

User Group Calls For Single Trail Body

User Group Calls For Single Trail Body

The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association has called for the establishment of a single authority to manage the entire Brisbane Valley Rail Trail.

Local Tourism Group In Limbo

Local Tourism Group In Limbo

The future of the Visit South Burnett local tourism organisation (LTO) is unclear following the collapse of negotiations between the LTO and the South Burnett Regional Council.

Art Funding Could Target Silos

Art Funding Could Target Silos

Could Kingaroy’s iconic peanut silos become an artistic masterpiece if the ALP retains power at the State Election?

Council To Unpack Tourism Issues

Council To Unpack Tourism Issues

The South Burnett Regional Council will be hosting an all-day tourism workshop at Yallakool Tourist Park next Thursday (November 23) for local tourism operators.

$330,000 Facelift For Dandabah

$330,000 Facelift For Dandabah

The picnic area and National Park visitor information centre at Dandabah have enjoyed a $330,000 upgrade, thanks to the State Government.

Festival To Take New Name, Focus

Festival To Take New Name, Focus

The South Burnett And Cherbourg On Show October long weekend festival committee voted to wind itself up on Tuesday.

Get Set For A Big Weekend!

Get Set For A Big Weekend!

The annual South Burnett and Cherbourg On Show long weekend festival will get underway on Friday … here’s a quick guide to what’s on!

Park Showers, Track Closed

Park Showers, Track Closed

Due to the limited rainfall in the region over the past few months, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service has temporarily closed the showers at Clancys and Emu Creek camping areas in Benarkin State Forest.

Five Trails To Meet At Kilkivan

Five Trails To Meet At Kilkivan

The Kilkivan Great Horse Ride will be held again this weekend, later than usual due to long-term drought in the region.

All Aboard For Rail Trail

All Aboard For Rail Trail

The Kilkivan to Kingaroy Rail Trail was declared officially open to the public on Friday morning at a special ceremony in Kilkivan … but six eager cyclists weren’t prepared to wait.

Caravanners Tell Us How To Do It Better

Caravanners Tell Us How To Do It Better

Large numbers of recreational vehicles and caravans coming to the South Burnett are proof the region is already doing “a lot of things right”, a workshop in Kingaroy heard on Tuesday night.

Overseas Visitors Up 14.9pc

Overseas Visitors Up 14.9pc

Southern Queensland Country Tourism – the regional promotion body dumped recently by the South Burnett Regional Council – has hit back, releasing figures that show overseas visitors to the region have risen over the past year.

Muster Expects Bumper Roll-Up

Muster Expects Bumper Roll-Up

The Nanango Show Society are expecting a bumper roll-up for this year’s Heritage Nanango Country Music Muster on September 7-10.

Workshop To Share Tourism Ideas

Workshop To Share Tourism Ideas

The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry has joined with the Australian Caravan Club and South Burnett Regional Council to bring a special tourism awareness workshop to the South Burnett.

Council Pulls Plug On Tourism Board

Council Pulls Plug On Tourism Board

The South Burnett Regional Council will pull out of the Southern Queensland Country regional tourism organisation.

Tourism Body Unveils Three-Year Plan

Tourism Body Unveils Three-Year Plan

The embattled Southern Queensland Country Tourism – which has faced criticism from both South Burnett and Darling Downs tourism operators in recent months – has unveiled a new three-year business plan.

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