New Group To Replace SB Directions

New Group To Replace SB Directions

South Burnett Regional Council will set up a new Regional Development Advisory Committee to take over many of the functions of former peak economic advisory body, South Burnett Directions.

Trio Seeks Support For Rail Trail

Trio Seeks Support For Rail Trail

A delegation from the South Burnett Rail Trail Users Association addressed the SBRC’s March meeting on Wednesday to seek Council support for a Proston-Hivesville Rail Trail.

Visitors Leave Dollars Behind

Visitors Leave Dollars Behind

Nineteen motorhomes have been spending the past few days exploring the South Burnett – and adding valuable dollars to the local economy.

Solos Take Over Showgrounds

Solos Take Over Showgrounds

Blackbutt Showgrounds has become the latest South Burnett tourist hotspot thanks to a week-long visit by 349 motorhomes and caravans.

New Managers At Dam

New Managers At Dam

Yallakool Park managers Heath Sander and Rowena Wessling have also taken over management of the South Burnett’s other premier fishing recreation area, Lake Boondooma Caravan and Recreation Park.

COVID ‘Bonus’ For Local Tourism

COVID ‘Bonus’ For Local Tourism

A group of tourists will be exploring the South Burnett in their motorhomes later this month, and we can thank the Queensland border closures earlier this year for their visit.

Cyclists Tempted To Take A Break

Cyclists Tempted To Take A Break

Cyclists using the Nanango link between the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail and the South Burnett Rail Trail now have no excuse not to rest up and enjoy a break in Nanango.

Stomping Good Time At Winery

Stomping Good Time At Winery

A new format helped Kingsley Grove Estate attract the biggest crowd yet to its annual grape-stomping festival held at its vineyard and cellar door near Kingaroy on Saturday.

Last Chance To Make Peanut History

Last Chance To Make Peanut History

Kingaroy’s Big Peanut is rapidly taking shape in artist Kano’s workshop, but he still needs parts from South Burnett residents to help make it “more special”.

$4.4m Upgrades For Rail Trail

$4.4m Upgrades For Rail Trail

The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail will receive $4.4 million in upgrades this year, thanks to an investment by Somerset Regional Council and grants from the State and Federal Governments.

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