JKI International has taken over the Wondai seed plant formerly operated by the Blue Ribbon Group.
A total of 14 teams from all parts of southern Queensland converged on Wondai at the weekend for the second annual Dingo Creek bowls carnival.
Police are currently searching for two vehicles stolen from Wondai and Cherbourg on Wednesday night / Thursday morning.
Wondai’s annual Spring Garden Expo was as bright and bustling as ever at the weekend with visitors exploring a multitude of stalls stretching around the edge of Wondai Sportsground
Wondai played host last week to a three-day visit by Tidy Towns judges from the not-for-profit Keep Queensland Beautiful organisation.
Local police officers turned out in force on Friday to salute the career of retiring Wondai Officer-in-Charge, Sergeant Gary Brown.
A record number of stud beef entries, the return of the bull ride, gleaming trucks … the 101st Wondai Show had it all at the weekend.
Wondai could soon be the third town in the South Burnett region to get a CCTV security camera system to deter crime.
Wondai dog lovers will soon have a special place to exercise their pooches, thanks to the local Lions Club and the South Burnett Regional Council.
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 Wondai Regional Art Gallery will get a new kitchen and extra storage facilities soon, thanks to a $31,000 grant from the Federal Government.
Rain on Friday night and overcast weather on Saturday didn’t stop the South Burnett Race Club holding its annual Winter Race Day, nor did it stop a good-sized crowd turning up at Wondai’s racecourse.
NAIDOC Week is being celebrated around Australia from July 8-15, and a number of South Burnett towns have special events planned to mark the occasion
Only Prime Minister Turnbull knows when the next Federal Election will be held, but it doesn’t matter to ALP candidate for Flynn, Zac Beers … he’s ready and raring to go now.
The annual Wondai Country Festival held its second outing at the weekend, and it turned out to be bigger than even the organisers had expected.
It was a big night for the Nanango Show Society on Saturday … not only did they host the annual dinner for South Burnett show societies, but their entrants were also selected to represent the region at this year’s Brisbane Ekka.
Three notable South Burnett residents received awards in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list announced on Monday.
After a “trial run” last year, the new Wondai Country Festival will be graduating to the big time in a fortnight with a string of events planned across two days, culminating in a full 42.2km marathon along the South Burnett Rail Trail.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery is hosting two unusual exhibitions this month with works which have never been seen before in the South Burnett.
Wondai will be hosting its very special Reserve Forces Day parade again on Sunday, July 1.
A “spare” defibrillator which has been placed at a handy location in Wondai could be a lifesaver if an emergency occurs nearby.
Wondai Neighbourhood Watch is on the lookout for crime … and for new members.
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.
Rumours that Council plans to close Wondai Swimming Pool have disappointed South Burnett Mayor Keith Campbell.