Somerset Regional Council will commission surveyors to help determine the best location for a recreation trail along Coominya Connection Road between West Road and the Brisbane Valley Highway.
The 2021 Heritage Nanango Country Muster will get under way on Thursday … one of the few major local music events not to have been cancelled this year.
A new regional tourism guide is currently being prepared to replace the South Burnett’s previous one, which is now almost out of stock.
Tourism in the South Burnett has improved substantially during the past two years, according to a new report from Southern Queensland Country.
A brochure outlining the tourist attractions of the Proston district will not be joining a recently released set of tourist brochures for Blackbutt, Nanango, Kingaroy, Wondai and Murgon … not soon, anyway.
Visitor Information Centres along the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail have been stocked with a trial bird deterrent tape for the magpie breeding season.
South Burnett Regional Council has released a new regional road map and tourist guides for Murgon, Wondai, Kingaroy, Nanango and Blackbutt.
Lake Boondooma Caravan and Recreation Park will be getting a name change soon, providing the Australian Security and Investments Commission agree.
More than 500 people took advantage of the two open days at the Moore Stonehouse at the weekend to enjoy a glimpse of what life was like in late 19th century Queensland.
Queensland’s decision to shut its border with NSW has led to the cancellation of Boondooma Homestead’s popular “Scots In The Bush” festival.
Gympie Regional Council has announced it will start work on building a 12.5m concrete pedestrian and cycle bridge across Wide Bay Creek for rail trail users on Monday, July 26.
The 2021 Gympie Music Muster has been cancelled.
QPWS has installed boot-washing stations at walking track entrances in the Bunya Mountains National Park.
Toowoomba Regional Council will take over the day-to-day operations of the Jondaryan Woolshed.
Visitors to Yallakool or Lake Boondooma will soon be greeted by new, more modern signs as they enter either tourist park.
Kingaroy is about to be connected to the State Government’s “Queensland Electric Super Highway” (QESH).
Kingaroy residents will have noticed a large fence has sprung up in Lions Park … it means it’s almost peanut time!
Visit South Burnett has hired a new Tourism Development Officer to work on promoting tourism in the South Burnett region.
The South Burnett Regional Council will defer a decision on the future of a proposed Proston-Hivesille Rail Trail to an unspecified future date.
A “tea party” with a difference was held at Bjelke-Petersen Dam at the weekend when Model T Owners Queensland club cruised in for a two-night stay.