Toowoomba Regional Council is investing more than $300,000 into Yarraman’s parks and streetscapes over the next 12 months.
South Burnett residents turned out in towns big and small throughout the region on Anzac Day to honour the sacrifice of Australia’s war veterans.
The 2017 Yarraman Horse Ride – described as “the best yet” by some participants – attracted 118 riders to the South Burnett on Saturday.
A home Veggie Patch Boost supervised by celebrity gardener Brian Sams will be won by one lucky Toowoomba Regional Council resident who attends one of Council’s “Seed to Feed” workshops.
The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association has commissioned a video to help promote the trail.
Well-known local whipcracker Gabby Wooler, 17, has picked up two awards at the 2017 Toowoomba Regional Council Australia Day celebrations.
Bookings for the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association’s planned Yarraman to Linville pushbike run in February have proven so popular the group has organised another coach so more riders can take part.
A new grant program will be available to not-for-profit groups in the Toowoomba Regional Council area from the second half of 2017.
Toowoomba Regional Council will carry out a major upgrade of Yarraman’s Errol Munt Park in 2017
A funeral Mass will be held in Yarraman on Friday, December 9 for well-known local resident and Yarraman Bowls Club president Wayne Emms, who died on Friday night.
The Blackbutt Singers – plus friends from many other local community choirs – packed into Yarraman’s Memorial Hall on Sunday afternoon for a very special concert.
Toowoomba Regional Council will receive $300,000 to develop a Floodplain Risk Management Plan for six towns identified as being at high risk of flooding.
SBcare’s new respite centre in Yarraman is a tribute to the generosity of a former resident, the late Eva Cameron.
Yarraman enjoyed a pre-Christmas economic boost last week when 100 members of the A Van Club booked into the Yarraman Caravan Park so members could spend a few days – and some, an entire week – exploring the delights of the Timbertowns district.
A funeral will be held next week for former Yarraman and District Historical Society president John Barber.
Property owners in Yarraman, Cooyar and other parts of the Toowoomba region can now find out their flood risk with the launch of an online Flood Risk Information Portal.
The new Colours of Yarraman Festival has been declared a success by organisers with a good roll-up at all the events during the week-long carnival.
The Kingaroy Bowls Club’s recent “Ladies Only” Women’s Country Bowls Weekend saw 80 bowlers from as far away as Gladstone take part
Schoolkids interested in robotics and the fundamentals of coding can book into attend a free holiday activity which will be held at Yarraman Library next Tuesday (September 20).
This year’s Colours Of Yarraman will be offering Yarraman’s best gardeners a share of $2000
Yarraman’s Paul Tunn, 94, is a chip off the old block … his father was also a hero
Librarian Glenda Stimpson is inviting Yarraman residents to drop in to inspect the newly renovated library
The former Rocky Hill State School building will soon be on the move again … this time to Yarraman’s Heritage House complex in Millar Street.
Yarraman’s World War I heroes haven’t been forgotten by the wider South Burnett community.