Toowoomba Regional Council has agreed to continue managing the historic Jondaryan Woolshed, at least for the next three years.
Airbnb users have rated the South Burnett as one of Australia’s most hospitable regions, according to data supplied by the short-term homestay company.
A temporary fire ban has been put in place by the QPWS on camping areas in the Bunya Mountains National Park.
“After five years of hard work, this day has finally arrived …” The emotion in Leo Geraghty’s voice as he spoke summed up the significance of last week’s official opening of “55 Million Years Ago”.
The long journey by the Murgon Men’s Shed to secure a steam locomotive to park beside the South Burnett Rail Trail was finally realised on Monday with the unveiling of C17 No 763.
Local tourism organisation Visit South Burnett (VSB) has urged local groups, organisations and businesses to write letters of support in favour of the introduction of public transport in the region.
South Burnett winemakers walked away with a swag of medals at this year’s Queensland Wine Awards.
The Kingaroy Aero Modellers Society hosted a “fun fly” event at the weekend at their Booie airfield.
A wild hailstorm – and a blackout – on Friday night may have tossed things around a bit at the 2023 Heritage Nanango Country Muster but it couldn’t stop the music for long at the four-day festival.
Blackbutt’s annual celebration of everything avocado attracted crowds to the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail parkland near Memorial Hall on Saturday.
The multi-million dollar Mountain Bike Trails project at Russell Park was officially opened with a small ceremony at Fishers Lookout on the Bunya Mountains on Saturday morning.
Here’s a special sneak peek inside Murgon’s multi-million dollar art gallery and fossil museum which is rapidly taking shape in Macalister Street!
Applications for Round 5 of Wine Australia’s Wine Tourism and Cellar Door Grants program is now open for wine producers.
Lions Camp Duckadang – on the upper reaches of the Brisbane River – is holding an Open Day on Saturday to allow groups to “road test” the facilities.
The Proston and District Heritage Association has unveiled some of the activities planned for the town’s huge Centenary weekend!
More than 800 visitors from across south-east Queensland took advantage of the great weather at the weekend to visit the old Stonehouse at Moore.
Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast are the South Burnett’s three main sources of tourists, according to a recent study carried out at the region’s Visitor Information Centres (VICs).
South Burnett residents can get a 10 per cent discount on campsites and cabins at the region’s two dams if they book in non-peak periods.
South Burnett Regional Council is in the process of negotiating a new agreement with local tourism organisation, Visit South Burnett (VSB).
Registrations are now open for the 2023 Festival of the Dams fishing competition.