There’s really no excuse to leave the South Burnett this weekend … there’s so many local events to enjoy!
Here’s the weekly fishing report for Boondooma and Bjelke-Petersen dams for the week ending Monday, March 16
Kingaroy residents may get to enjoy a better water supply for much longer than originally expected.
Here’s the weekly Fishing Report for Boondooma Dam for the week ending Monday, February 23
Here’s the weekly Fishing Report for Boondooma Dam for the week ending Monday, February 16
Boondooma Dam was awash with visitors for the Boondooma Dam Yellowbelly Fishing Competition.
What could be Aussie than eating a pie? Perhaps scoffing a lamington, or damper and golden syrup? How about reciting bush poetry, watching dog jumping, playing bush cricket or even “betting” on cane toad racing …
Yellowbelly Fishing Competition organisers are confident next year’s event will be one of the best
4WD fans who enjoy extreme driving – and everyone else who just enjoys watching other drivers pound their vehicles around challenging courses – will be flocking to Manar Park over the October long weekend
The predicted wet weekend failed to dampen visitors’ enthusiasm for Boondooma Homestead’s fourth annual Scots In The Bush Celtic festival.
Feel like a highland fling? Then you’d better pack up your kilt and head out to Boondooma Homestead this weekend
The South Burnett Regional Council will lift a number of “onerous” development conditions that apply to 19 blocks of land it owns at Boondooma Dam in an effort to make them more attractive to buyers.
Kingaroy fisherman Trevor Stead was the pick of the local pros competing at Boondooma at the weekend
Many other towns and villages throughout the South Burnett marked Anzac Day with Dawn Services, morning commemorations or marches
The South Burnett Regional Council wants to build extra holiday accommodation units at the Yallakool and Lake Boondooma tourist parks after Easter holiday makers booked out all existing cabins at both dams.
The South Burnett Regional Council will be applying for funding from the Federal Government’s $100 million regional mobile coverage program to begin putting an end to the South Burnett’s worst mobile phone “black spots”.
The second-largest crowd on record packed out Boondooma Dam on the weekend for the 26th annual Yellowbelly Fishing Competition.
Thirty-one Girl Guides, eight leaders and six guests enjoyed a Girl Guides camp at Boondooma Homestead over the weekend.
The Boondooma Dam Fish Stocking Association will be expanding their popular Yellowbelly fishing competition in 2014.
A highlight of the South Burnett and Cherbourg On Show weekend was the massive King Of The Park weekend at Manar Park.