This year’s Kingaroy & District Vintage Machinery Club Rally at Kumbia was bigger and better than ever
The 19th annual Kumbia Brain Drain trivia competition – this year dubbed “The Piston Cup” – was a huge success on Saturday night with more than 200 competitors taking part and between $4500 and $5000 raised for the Kumbia State School P&C.
Exactly 90 years ago, a meeting was called in Toowoomba to discuss the idea of an association to assist country women in Queensland.
Kumbia celebrated its centenary in style on Saturday with a huge street parade, markets, traditional fun and games, competitions and historic displays … and topped it all off with a community concert in the evening.
Kumbia’s big Centenary celebrations will get underway from 9:00am tomorrow (July 28).
Kumbia State School is inviting locals to “get your backside trackside” for their 19th Annual Brain Drain Trivia Night at Kumbia Memorial Hall.
The Kumbia Community is counting down the days as its Centenary celebrations draw closer. After nearly 18 months of planning, final preparations are being made for the event which will be held on Saturday, July 28.
To help get the Kumbia community into the spirit for next month’s Centenary Celebrations – and to help raise some cash for the event – the Blackbutt Singers put on a live show in the Kumbia Hall on Saturday afternoon.
If you suffered a heart attack in the South Burnett, which towns would give you greatest chance of survival? And which towns would you prefer NOT to be in?
About 60 vintage and veteran motorcycles from around south-east Queensland will converge on Kumbia at the weekend for the annual Bunya Rally.
Results of the 86th annual Kumbia Charity Campdraft, held at the Kumbia Sports Grounds over the Easter weekend.
Grace and Sean Moloney, from Ironpot, were two of the many competitors who took part in the Kumbia & District Charity Campdraft over the Easter weekend.