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.
Keen motorbike riders – all fans of the Austrian KTM marque – roared into the South Burnett last week as part of a six-day “Adventure Rallye”.
Clovely Estate has announced they will close their Brisbane cellar door to increase the company’s focus on the South Burnett.
An authentic taste of farm life is on the holiday menu for Queensland tourists with the launch of a $2 million campaign to attract visitors to farms and help farmers diversify their incomes.
Bacon lovers beware … Kingaroy BaconFest is just over 100 days away.
The South Burnett Wine Industry Association (SBWIA) has voted to wind up.
Foods produced in Kingaroy will feature in a new six-episode TV show after the South Burnett Regional Council voted to contribute $12,000 towards the production.
South Burnett Regional Council has closed the toilets and showers at First Settlers Memorial Park in Benarkin for urgent repairs.
Three industrial waste bins on the Bunya Mountains have a new look thanks to artist Miri and the Bunya Mountains Community Association Inc (BMCAI).
Toowoomba Regional Council has flagged continuing financial support will be available for the Jondaryan Woolshed in the wake of Council’s latest Budget Review.
South Burnett Regional Council will set up a new Regional Development Advisory Committee to take over many of the functions of former peak economic advisory body, South Burnett Directions.
Toowoomba Regional Council has advised that Lake Cressbrook is now open for boating and fishing across the Easter long weekend.
A delegation from the South Burnett Rail Trail Users Association addressed the SBRC’s March meeting on Wednesday to seek Council support for a Proston-Hivesville Rail Trail.
The tiny The Palms National Park, near Cooyar, is currently closed to the public.
Toowoomba Regional Council has launched a new website designed to attract more visitors to the Toowoomba region.
Nineteen motorhomes have been spending the past few days exploring the South Burnett – and adding valuable dollars to the local economy.