South Burnett food and tourism businesses will be eager to welcome back visitors once COVID-19 pandemic restrictions have been lifted.
The LNP has called on the State Government to scrap its attempted Virgin takeover and instead establish a $200 million tourism marketing fighting fund.
COVID-19 restrictions may have kept tourists out of the South Burnett, but the lockdown has turned out to be an unexpected winner for the South Burnett Rail Trail.
A proposed marketing plan to encourage more tourists to visit the South Burnett has been shelved due to COVID-19.
People are now banned from travelling to three Queensland islands popular with holidaymakers as part of COVID-19 restrictions.
Pursers Coaches has suspended its services from the South Burnett to Caboolture due to the COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Long-haul train and coach services within Queensland will be temporarily reduced as part of wider efforts to contain COVID-19.
The South Burnett’s two lakeside tourist parks have been closed due to COVID-19 precautions.
The State Government is closing all camping areas within Queensland National Parks, State Forests and Recreation Areas from Thursday (March 26) until further notice.
Gympie Regional Council will suspend all volunteer activities in an effort to safeguard health and help contain the spread of COVID-19.
Tourists who drive through Goomeri now have a new option for a selfie .. with a difference!
The Visit South Burnett (VSB) local tourism organisation is concerned event cancellations due to COVID-19 could devastate the region’s tourism operators.
Hundreds of Rotarians will be heading to Kingaroy next year – and between $500,000 and $750,000 pumped into the local economy – thanks to local businessman Neil Black.
The push for the Bunya Mountains to become a “Dark Sky Park” is continuing despite a lukewarm response from some local residents last year.
A bright idea and fundraising by two Council volunteers will make life a little bit safer for visitors to Kingaroy
A new recipe book showcasing tried and tested Bunya nut recipes from mountain residents was launched last week.
The immediate future of international tourism in Queensland looks bleak, but South Burnett tourism operators could benefit from a lift in domestic tourism.
A quarterly community forum to gather feedback and set priorities for the future of the Wide Bay-Burnett and Fraser Coast region was held in Cherbourg on Monday.
The Wondai Business Networking Group will have to incorporate before it can join the South Burnett Regional Council’s Tourism Advisory Committee (TAC).
Members and friends of the Bunya Mountains Natural History Association have been busily breaking up bunya cones to pop the nuts into the freezer.
A long decline in the South Burnett’s tourism industry can be reversed if local operators stop listening to government tourism organisations and return to doing things themselves
The State Government is encouraging visitors to take a look at $600,000 worth of Works For Queensland upgrades completed recently at the Bunya Mountains.
The Visit South Burnett Local Tourism Organisation will launch a membership drive over the coming four weeks as part of its plan to reinvigorate local tourism
The annual Wondai Street Sprints – scheduled to run on April 4-5 – have joined the growing list of local events cancelled in 2020.