The Taste The Trail cycling tour might have to become an annual event after the success of the inaugural outing.
Just a fortnight after a new CEO was named to take the reins at Southern Queensland Country Tourism, it appears the rift with a rival tourism body may be over
South Burnett Regional Council has voted to establish a Tourism Advisory Committee to provide input into the Council’s regional tourism strategy.
In spring, tourists visiting Nanango should be able to take a guided tour around the town’s historic CBD using nothing but their mobile phone.
A man who spent 12 years building the Eumundi Markets into the biggest art and craft market in the country has been appointed as the new CEO of Southern Queensland Country Tourism.
The new chief executive officer for Southern Queensland Country Tourism will be announced soon.
More than 1000 fishermen, their families and friends are expected to travel to Boondooma Dam on May 17-18, and they should plan to have a great time when they get there
Kingaroy chef Jason Ford is combining two of the South Burnett’s great passions – cycling the rail trail and eating local cuisine – in a special event next month.
South Burnett Regional Council is examining the idea of forming a tourism advisory group to help set directions for the region’s tourism marketing.
Kingaroy’s Room Motels in Youngman Street has been given approval for its second expansion in seven years
South Burnett Food Ambassador Jason Food took a stroll along memory lane on Friday morning as part of The Peanut Van’s 50th birthday celebrations.
South Burnett Unpacked 7 was more like South Burnett “soaked” in Blackbutt on Saturday morning but that didn’t stop volunteers from a dozen or so tourist places spruiking their delights.
A record 56,000 international visitors travelled to Southern Queensland Country during the past year with new figures revealing a 12.5 per cent increase in holidaymakers to the region.
Goomeri’s Pumpkin Festival will be expanding to a four-day event from May 23-26 this year, and introducing several new activities into the mix.
The latest edition of South Burnett Regional Council’s tourism publication, “Let’s Go South Burnett”, has been unveiled
It’s a simple idea … wine and food in a park but it’s proved to be a winning formula in Kingaroy for the past 20 years.
Guests at this year’s Wine and Food In The Park festival will get a bonus with their wristband on Saturday … a free ticket in a special festival prize draw.
Southern Queensland Country Tourism CEO Mary-Clare Power will not seek reappointment when her contract finishes in June.
Guests at Saturday’s Wine and Food In The Park Festival will discover something new to try this year: Pimm’s
A counter-petition in favour of a feasibility study into a Murgon-Proston Rail Trail will be presented to the South Burnett Regional Council’s March meeting.
Accommodation providers are being encouraged to market the upcoming Wine And Food In The Park Festival to their customers as part of a new tourism promotion being organised by Visit South Burnett.
Murgon’s annual Christmas Fair keeps getting washed out, so the organisers have decided it’s time for a change.
Murgon could get a new tourist attraction if an idea floated by the Murgon Business and Development Association takes off
A meeting called on Sunday to clear the air over a proposed nomination of the Bunya Mountains as an “International Dark Sky Place” appears to have left the local community as divided as before.