The Blackbutt Avocado Festival’s organising committee, Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt, has unveiled the draft Blackbutt Arts Strategy 2026 for public comment.
Kingaroy State High School’s bright up-and-coming artists have taken over the Kingaroy Art Gallery for the month of October to display their skills.
The Festival Of Small Halls – a unique program which brings touring musicians to smaller communities – is coming to Kumbia for the first time!
Not many schoolchildren would sacrifice four precious days of their school holidays to train for a possible future career.
A stunning photographic portrait of Wakka Wakka elder Elgan Leedie at this year’s Anzac Day Dawn Service in Kingaroy will be added to the South Burnett Regional Council’s official art collection.
The musical “Wicked” is one of Broadway’s longest running shows – it’s been in constant production since 2003 – but you’d better hurry if you want to catch it in Kingaroy!
Kilkivan school teacher and author Amelia Olsen has bared her soul in her first work, “Dirt And Dust”, a true story of loss and journey peppered with humour.
Back in August, lockdowns forced the Nanango Theatre Company to cancel its planned Heritage NananGO PLAYfest at the last moment but now there’s some good news … all is not lost!
Attendance numbers at this year’s Heritage Nanango Country Muster may be down by close to 40 per cent this year, but the Nanango Show Society is delighted to see the much-loved annual event back in operation again.
Kingaroy State High School’s latest musical extravaganza will hit the stage at the Kingaroy Performing Arts Centre on Friday night.
The Blackbutt Shopfront Art Trail will be officially unveiled on Saturday.
Wondai residents – and rail trail users – should feel a little bit safer, thanks to the generosity of the Kingaroy Rotary Club.
The 2021 Heritage Nanango Country Muster will get under way on Thursday … one of the few major local music events not to have been cancelled this year.
The annual exhibition by local artists’ collective Jumping Ant Arts is always worth checking out … and their latest effort at Kingaroy Art Gallery is another winner!
The Kingaroy Cinema has been given a $35,000 Federal Government lifeline.
A pair of carpet snakes hitched a ride around the world at historic Taabinga Homestead on Sunday afternoon.
Did you hear the one about the comedy workshop? It’s going to be heaps of fun and will be coming to Nanango in less than a month!
The South Burnett Community Orchestra is planning a musical extravaganza at Kingaroy Town Hall next month.
If you’d searched the web for references to Kingaroy singing teacher Julee-anne Bell last week, there would have been a few “hits”.
Murgon’s annual Music Muster has been cancelled this year due to concerns about the NSW pandemic.