Battling the pandemic and its associated restrictions has been a challenge for the Wondai Regional Art Gallery for most of this year … but last Friday night things (almost) returned to normal.
The sacrifices of veterans from all wars – but in particular World Wars I and II – were commemorated at Remembrance Day services across the South Burnett on Wednesday morning.
Motorists startled by the sight of 10 red “postie” bikes chugging along local roads in recent days could be forgiven for wondering what had caused the sudden rush on mail deliveries …
Weekend runners will be happy … parkrun will be back in action from November 28!
Gayndah is certainly a happy hunting ground for Nanango jockey Hannah Richardson.
A brooding painting of a Queensland farmhouse being slowly revealed as a dust storm passes overhead has won this year’s South Burnett Art Competition and the $3000 cash prize.
It’s now official … the Wondai Christmas Carnival won’t be going ahead in Coronation Park on Christmas Eve, and a suggested alternative location of Wondai Showgrounds has been ruled out, too.
The South Burnett Race Club will be holding its annual Caulfield Cup meeting at Wondai racecourse as planned on Saturday, October 17, but the public won’t be able to attend.
The Show Societies Grants Program provides financial support for operating costs associated with conducting annual agricultural shows, and costs towards the construction and maintenance of showground assets.
Mountain bike racing returned with a rush to the South Burnett at the weekend with Wondai hosting Rounds 1 and 2 of the South-East Queensland Mountain Bike Series.
The skies may have been grey at the start of Saturday but there was nothing but smiles on the faces of the 300 or so runners who rolled up for the annual Wondai Country Running Festival.
Almost 50 people gathered near Wondai Airport on Sunday to mark the 30th anniversary of the South Burnett’s worst civilian aviation disaster.
Wondai’s Country Running Festival will be making its fourth outing this Saturday and organisers will be hoping for fine weather all weekend.
Just off Wondai-Proston Road, a small track leads to a lonely monument marking the moment that five men lost their lives in a fiery air crash.
If South Burnett CTC staff looked a little dozy on Friday it was nothing to worry about … they were just celebrating National Pyjama Day.
A Cherbourg artist whose works hang in the National Gallery, the National Museum and the Queensland Art Gallery is the featured exhibitor at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery this month.
Calling all artists! Wondai Regional Art Gallery is seeking entries in its annual October Art Competition, which is offering more than $8000 in cash prizes this year.
Runway lighting at Wondai Aerodrome will be upgraded as part of the South Burnett Regional Council’s Works For Queensland COVID round funding.
Bendigo Bank has confirmed its Wondai agency will close on Friday, August 28.
Mountain bike racing will be returning to the South Burnett next month with Wondai hosting Round 1 of the South-East Queensland Mountain Bike Series.