The Nanango Theatre Company will be rolling out their first production of the year on Friday night
It seems Wondai’s beloved emu will live on …
Twice a week a group gathers at the back of the Visitor Information Centre complex in Kingaroy to work with wood.
It’s always a BIG night in Nanango and the champagne opening night of the 8th annual Big Screen Festival on Friday lived up to expectations.
Tucked away in a back street of Murgon is a recording studio which is the culmination of one man’s musical dreams.
Aussie actor and Gold Logie winner John Wood is looking forward to visiting Nanango this week … even if he admits he’s not quite sure where the town is.
Kingaroy Town Hall was filled on Saturday night with proud parents and friends eager to enjoy the best entries from the 2014 Kingaroy Eisteddfod.
The annual Nanart Arts Festival bowed out this weekend after 14 years service to Nanango’s arts community
A small but vibrant crowd was at the Kingaroy Art Gallery on Friday night for the official opening of the annual RADF Showcase Exhibition.
Four Cooyar friends will be making their debut into the art world this evening when their premiere exhibition, “Four Friends”, officially opens at the Rosalie Gallery in Goombungee.
The Kingaroy Art Gallery will be showcasing the end products of two projects funded by the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) when it opens its May exhibition this Friday night, May 9.
Kingaroy Town Hall will be hosting a regional round of the school instrumental music competition, “Fanfare 2014”, on June 3.
Guests travelled from as far as Gympie and Widgee for the opening of Wondai Art Gallery’s May exhibition
More than 70 garments made from local alpaca wool will be featured in three special fashion parades
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s May exhibition will feature works by Gympie artist Cecile Steenbergen.
Andrew Beckett went from playing guitar around Woorabinda campfires to courting record companies
Tipperary Flats in Nanango will be a hive of activity of Sunday, May 18 when the Nanango and District Camera Club holds its popular annual Portrait Workshop.
South Burnett Chorale members certainly sang for their supper, raising more than $500 for the South Burnett Food Pantry and Murgon’s drought relief last Sunday (April 13).
There’ll be no mistaking the location of the Wondai Art Gallery after some hard work this week from a group of gallery volunteers.
Much-loved Australian actor John Wood will be coming to Nanango on May 16-17 for this year’s Big Screen Film Festival.