Clovely Estate has announced they will close their Brisbane cellar door to increase the company’s focus on the South Burnett.
The problem of B-doubles being unable to access the Wondai industrial estate may be solved … at least temporarily.
Shoppers looking for parking spots in Kingaroy are set to become an early casualty of the Kingaroy Transformation Project (KTP) … at least for the next few years.
South Burnett Regional Council is weighing up increasing some basic sewerage charges in next year’s Budget.
Yarraman could get a new service station if Toowoomba Regional Council approves plans submitted to it this week.
The Kingaroy Transformation Project and significant changes to the region’s planning scheme may have put an end to a developer’s hopes of building a “big box” retail park on the outskirts of Kingaroy.
South Burnett Regional Council has formally wound up South Burnett Directions and the South Burnett Tourism Advisory Committee.
Murgon’s 2021 Easter SpEGGtacular has been cancelled for the second year in a row due to COVID-19 restrictions.
A tender for the construction and operation of a long-awaited fuel cell at Durong has been awarded to heavy haulage business Corbet’s Group.
A new monthly market is set to enliven Nanango’s CBD within a few weeks.
Bank of Queensland’s branch in Kingaroy Shoppingworld will close on August 2.
Part of one of Kingaroy CBD’s major traffic arteries will be closed for a week.
The South Burnett’s new Tourism Officer is looking forward to the challenge of increasing the region’s visitor numbers over the next few years.
The South Burnett’s new Tourism Development Officer will not be appointed until early next year.
South Burnett Regional Council is hoping to supercharge development over the next 18 months by slashing charges and streamlining its planning and development processes.
Leo Geraghty – the man who led Murgon’s Business and Development Association (MBDA) for the past 14 years – has stepped down as president.
The South Burnett has recorded the highest occupancy rate across the Southern Queensland Country Tourism region (SQCT) for the fourth consecutive month, according to a new study.
The possibility of an extra $2.1 million being spent on Kingaroy’s CBD transformation project – taking the total cost to $13.6 million – has alarmed some South Burnett councillors.
Retailers who would like to set up shop in Murgon will have extra options to choose from soon when the South Burnett Regional Council puts three vacant shops at 62-70 Lamb Street up for lease.
The South Burnett Regional Council will review its infrastructure charges in an effort to kick-start land supply in the region.