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McEuen Mountain<BR> Bike Trails Expand

McEuen Mountain
Bike Trails Expand

The McEuen Forestry area near Wondai is becoming a popular playground for mountain bike riders

Tourism Season Is Ready To Roll

Tourism Season Is Ready To Roll

The frosts start arriving after Anzac Day … and so do the tourists, especially the grey nomads from down south searching for warmer climes.

Council Subsidises Pumpkin Festival

Council Subsidises Pumpkin Festival

The South Burnett Regional Council has given the Goomeri Pumpkin Festival a $6000 subsidy to attend an event marketing course run by Toowoomba consultants.

Missing Plan Derails Trail Improvements

Missing Plan Derails Trail Improvements

The lack of a Master Plan for the future development of the South Burnett Rail Trail is causing difficulties for the South Burnett Regional Council.

Local Tourism Marketing Falls Flat

Local Tourism Marketing Falls Flat

A new Council study has found the number of visitors from regions surrounding the South Burnett has fallen over the past decade.

Olivia Wants Your Ideas ASAP

Olivia Wants Your Ideas ASAP

South Burnett artist Olivia Everitt is planning another mural project in Murgon – and she’s seeking feedback from the local community about the project.

Woolly Rally Draws A Crowd

Woolly Rally Draws A Crowd

Wooroolin got to experience the benefits of motorcycle tourism at first hand over the weekend when more than 100 bikers camped out in the town centre.

Free Powerbanks For Residents, Tourists

Free Powerbanks For Residents, Tourists

Need a powerbank portable charger for your phone or other portable devices? You can get one free if you drop in to the South Burnett’s tourist centres.

Council Approves<BR> $50k Tourism Spend

Council Approves
$50k Tourism Spend

The South Burnett Regional Council will spend $50,000 on tourism-related marketing this financial year

Council Plans SB Unpacked 3

Council Plans SB Unpacked 3

The South Burnett Regional Council is planning a third in its series of “South Burnett Unpacked” tourism pep talks, this time in the Glendon Street forecourt outside Kingaroy Town Hall.

Corker Of A Season For Winemakers

Corker Of A Season For Winemakers

2018 is proving to be a corker of a season for the South Burnett’s winemakers, with harvest finished and the majority of this year’s wines nearing completion in the winery.

BVRT Launches Bike Hire Service

BVRT Launches Bike Hire Service

People who’d like to cycle the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail without needing to transport their own bike can now do so.

Toowoomba Joins New Tourism Group

Toowoomba Joins New Tourism Group

Toowoomba Regional Council has voted to join Tourism Darling Downs, a breakaway tourism group established last year by Wellcamp Airport developer John Wagner.

Camping Area Shuts For Upgrade

Camping Area Shuts For Upgrade

The Department of National Parks has advised that the Emu Creek camping area will be closed for a fortnight to allow a major upgrade to the toilet block.

SQCT Looking For Members

SQCT Looking For Members

Southern Queensland Country Tourism believes there is strength in numbers, and has put out a call for local tourism operators to join the organisation.

Wineries Urged To Apply For Grants

Wineries Urged To Apply For Grants

South Burnett tourism operators, wineries, and cellar doors have been urged to join a new national effort to attract more international wine tourists to Australia.

Forum Cooks Up Tourism Ideas

Forum Cooks Up Tourism Ideas

Running a ‘best burger’ competition and developing a tourism centre for peanuts were two ideas for growing tourism to come out of a recent forum organised by the South Burnett Regional Council.

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.

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