Artists are being urged to get in quick to secure a place in the inaugural “Arts on Top” regional arts forum at the Bunya Mountains.
The much-discussed Bunya Mountains Community Disaster Management Sub-Plan was officially launched on Saturday morning.
Three industrial waste bins on the Bunya Mountains have a new look thanks to artist Miri and the Bunya Mountains Community Association Inc (BMCAI).
A family fun day will be held on the Bunya Mountains on Saturday, April 24, to help launch the community’s long-awaited Local Disaster Management Sub-Plan.
The Bunya Mountains Rural Fire Brigade held a farewell for their long-serving Fire Warden Kelvin Quinn and his wife Libby at the brigade’s fire shed last Sunday.
Decades of work have culminated in a unique publication documenting an often overlooked part of the Bunya Mountains’ landscape … fungi.
Western Downs Regional Council will be hosting a special forum for artists at the Bunya Mountains from May 13-15.
The recent corroboree held at the Bunya Mountains had special meaning for Wakka Wakka woman Aneta Dodd who dreams of bringing language and culture to a new generation.
A new tradition based on thousands of years of history is being forged at the Bunya Mountains thanks to the efforts of a younger generation keen to explore culture.
South Burnett Regional Council has provided a $4000 grant to enable art to be added to the industrial bins in Bunya Avenue on the Bunya Mountains.
South Burnett Regional Council met with Bunya Mountains community stakeholders on November 5 to discuss mobile communication shortfalls in the area.
South Burnett Regional Council has started work on a new footpath at the Bunya Mountains which will improve safety for local residents and visitors.
Following last year’s extreme bushfire conditions, the Bunya Mountains community sought ways to ensure that residents and visitors in the Bunya Mountains would be safe should a disaster strike the area.
A new adventure tourist experience is a step closer to fruition with the awarding of a design contract for new mountain bike trails at the Bunya Mountains.
A second petition supporting a push to have the Bunya Mountains declared a “Dark Sky Park” will be presented to the South Burnett Regional Council at their general meeting this week.
Residents and visitors to the Bunya Mountains can expect to experience some mobile phone disruptions between May 31 and June 7.
A joint Local Disaster Management sub-plan will be developed for the Bunya Mountains following a meeting between local residents and Council representatives.
The Bunya Mountains Community Association (BMCAI) plans to lobby for the construction of a marked helipad on the mountains in the wake of a recent accident in which a resident was injured.
The push for the Bunya Mountains to become a “Dark Sky Park” is continuing despite a lukewarm response from some local residents last year.
A new recipe book showcasing tried and tested Bunya nut recipes from mountain residents was launched last week.