Taromeo Country Music Club in Blackbutt is about to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
What do fifty people in a tin shed in Kingaroy have to do with Ukraine in 1905?
Drivers who pass Wondai’s Timber Museum after sunset will be treated to something special from now on.
The Kingaroy Art Gallery’s traditional two-month winter celebration of crafts was officially launched on Friday night.
The winners of the Youth Hub art competition were announced in Murgon on Friday.
An “orchestral jazz” workshop kept members of the South Burnett Community Orchestra busy at the weekend as they practised under the eyes of specialist tutors.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk unveiled a memorial to First Nations servicemen and women in Brisbane’s Anzac Square on Friday morning.
Wondai Regional Art Gallery was abuzz with the sounds of children having fun at the official opening of the May exhibition on Friday night.
Brisbane-based music ensemble Topology is celebrating 25 years of performing around Queensland with a new show which is coming to Blackbutt on Friday night.
South Burnett residents aged 12 and above who would like to learn clowning and mask theatre techniques are being sought by Blackbutt’s Avocado Festival committee.
Artist Leonie Chinn has returned to Kingaroy Art Gallery, but this time she has filled the main gallery with a solo exhibition of recent works.
Entries in the Murgon Cherbourg Youth Hub’s art competition close on May 20.
The pandemic definitely pummelled Wondai’s garden art exhibition around for the past two years, but didn’t knock it out.
It was free, fantastic and the rain stayed away! The re-scheduled Burnett Bands Together community event took off in Kingaroy on Saturday night.
The biannual David Bryce Rural Art Award has drawn on the talents of six of the South Burnett’s best photographers this year.
Friends and supporters of Kingaroy’s Big Peanut will be gathering at Lions Park in Kingaroy on Saturday morning to officially welcome the new sculpture with a Community Peanut Party.
Did you spot all the campervans and caravans in the Wooroolin short-stay camping area at the weekend?
Five plays by five new South Burnett directors … and a whole lot of fun! That’s what Nanango Theatre Company is promising in their latest season of hilarious one-act comedies which kicks off on Friday night.
Roald Dahl’s “Matilda The Musical JR.” will be coming to Kingaroy later this year in a special production put on by students from St Mary’s Catholic College.
A chance meeting at the Wondai Garden Expo last year has led to an unusual exhibition this month at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery.