Boondooma and Bjelke-Petersen dams will reopen for overnight guests from August 1, just in time for the South Burnett Regional Council-sponsored Festival of the Dams.
The Link trail that connects Yarraman to Kingaroy via Nanango is barely a year old, but it is now about 60 per cent bigger.
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 free 48-hour caravan and RV parking area in Proston which opened a little more than three years ago is starting to pay steady dividends for the town.
Work on Murgon’s new $1.59 million Cultural Centre in Macalister Street is planned to start within the next three months.
Council is looking for managers to take over the tourist parks at Boondooma and BP dams
Visit South Burnett – the region’s new Local Tourism Organisation (LTO) – announced on Thursday that its membership has now swelled to more than 60.
The Wondai Country Running Festival is one of the few South Burnett events in 2020 that didn’t decide to “pull the plug” early during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Murgon’s planned Cultural Centre – including an art gallery and fossil museum – will become a reality following a Federal Government grant of $1.596 million announced on Friday
South Burnett Regional Council advised on Tuesday that its 48-hour free camping areas are, in fact, open.
South Burnett food and tourism businesses will be eager to welcome back visitors once COVID-19 pandemic restrictions have been lifted.
The LNP has called on the State Government to scrap its attempted Virgin takeover and instead establish a $200 million tourism marketing fighting fund.
COVID-19 restrictions may have kept tourists out of the South Burnett, but the lockdown has turned out to be an unexpected winner for the South Burnett Rail Trail.
A proposed marketing plan to encourage more tourists to visit the South Burnett has been shelved due to COVID-19.
People are now banned from travelling to three Queensland islands popular with holidaymakers as part of COVID-19 restrictions.
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Pursers Coaches has suspended its services from the South Burnett to Caboolture due to the COVID-19 travel restrictions.
All Sunwater and Seqwater recreation areas, lakes and weirs will be closed to the public from Tuesday, March 31.
Long-haul train and coach services within Queensland will be temporarily reduced as part of wider efforts to contain COVID-19.
The South Burnett’s two lakeside tourist parks have been closed due to COVID-19 precautions.