ABC Radio National has produced a program all about the South Burnett’s recent Tractor Tattoo.
The South Burnett’s very own musical tractor, fondly called the “Mongrel”, will be out and about in Wondai this weekend.
The South Burnett Regional Council will ask the Department Of Communities to loosen the guidelines on its Community Recovery Flexible Funding Program because it doubts it can find enough projects to use up all of the $250,000 allocated to it before the program expires on June 30, 2013.
A brightly dressed crowd of 50 art buffs crowded into the Kingaroy Art Gallery last Saturday afternoon for a “Mad Hatters Tea Party”.
This year’s Kingaroy & District Vintage Machinery Club Rally at Kumbia was bigger and better than ever
It’s not often that you can say that a Mongrel stole the show … but that’s what happened on Saturday night when a Mongrel of a tractor (a “bitzer” made of a hundred different parts) took centre stage at the 2012 Tractor Tattoo spectacular.
Rehearsals for Saturday’s Tractor Tattoo spectacular were in full swing in Kingaroy this evening.
Tractor Tattoo is now in top gear and speeding into Kingaroy for the big festival spectacular on Saturday afternoon.
Did you see the Tractor Tattoo promotion on The Great South East on Channel 7 on Sunday? If you missed it, here’s a link to a YouTube version …
A “Gathering Of The Tractors” occurred in Kingaroy this afternoon when Tractor Tattoo judges Chris “Corky” Corcoran from CROW-FM, Nicole Connolly from Stanwell and Deputy Mayor Keith Campbell found themselves surrounded by 50 hand-decorated wooden tractors.
Which tractor is going to win $1000? The excitement’s building as the judging of the Stanwell Gathering Of The Tractors competition draws closer.
What does a tractor named “Alice”, jumping ants, teapots, tractors and knitting have in common? The answer is simple: Tractor Tattoo.
The first of the Tractor Tattoo 2012 events occurs this Saturday at the Kingaroy Information, Art and Heritage Precinct with the official opening of the “Tea and Tractors” exhibition.
The South Burnett will kick off Spring with a bang this Saturday, September 1.
The pieces of the puzzle that is Tractor Tattoo are slowly coming together … literally at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery.
Kingaroy businesses are being urged to help promote next month’s Tractor Tattoo Festival by mounting tractor displays in their shop windows.
The South Burnett’s unique Tractor Tattoo festival is starting to rev up … with all sorts of exciting things happening about the place and temporary tractor tattoos popping up on the most unexpected of people.
Farmers are known to enjoy a good yarn … often about the weather, or their cattle, or maybe even their tractors. Less often, though, does the yarn about tractors involve knitting or crochet needles …
A TV film crew today enjoyed a sneak peek at the mystery star of the South Burnett’s upcoming Tractor Tattoo arts and music festival.
The South Burnett’s unique arts festival, Tractor Tattoo 2012, is gaining momentum with the unveiling today of the latest way community groups and artists can get involved.