After several months of negotiations, South Burnett Regional Council will enter into a partnership arrangement with the Visit South Burnett local tourism organisation.
Toowoomba Regional Council plans to work with key local stakeholders and neighbouring councils to build a business case for a passenger rail service to Toowoomba.
The hot weather and potential afternoon storm build-ups are creating some great opportunities for big Bass and Yellowbelly
The South Burnett Regional Council will hold a public meeting at Wooroolin Hall in early December to unveil its plans for tourism promotion in 2020
The South Burnett’s frequent appearances on TV will be reduced after Channel 7 announced on Wednesday it will axe three popular Queensland lifestyle shows
The South Burnett’s Visitor Information Centres could be in for a shake-up to bring them back into line with modern tourism trends.
A “bomb” was dropped into Yarraman on Tuesday morning … and the local residents couldn’t be happier.
Next year has been designated the Year of Indigenous Tourism in Queensland.
An official agreement between the South Burnett Regional Council and the Visit South Burnett local tourism organisation is in limbo.
Two years’ data about usage of the South Burnett Rail Trail has been removed from Council records because of concerns about its accuracy.
The Visit South Burnett Local Tourism Organisation (LTO) will seek a formal partnership with the South Burnett Regional Council.
A free hop-on, hop-off bus will chauffeur wine lovers to Moffatdale wineries between 10:00am and 4:00pm on Saturday for the inaugural Grape Escape.
Tickets are available online for this weekend’s “Fork, Field and Vine” dinner, billed as a long table sunset dinner in the vineyard.
Murgon’s Queensland Dairy Industry Museum is one of the South Burnett’s hidden gems although it often misses out on the limelight the region’s other features attract.
The volunteers at the Murgon Dairy and Heritage Museum are working hard this week in the lead-up to Saturday … their biggest day of the year.
The South Burnett Rail Trail Users Association (SBRTUA) will ask South Burnett Regional Council to erect signs on the Rail Trail next year warning users about swooping magpies.
The South Burnett’s popular Wine and Food In The Park festival in Kingaroy will not be held next year.
Almost two years after it was officially opened, the South Burnett Rail Trail still does not appear to have reliable traffic counters in operation.
A plan to upgrade three “old and tired” signs promoting the Yallakool Tourist Park and Moffatdale’s wineries has been given a new lease of life
Ava go at this! Would you like a chance of winning $1000 by simply rolling an avocado? Then you’d better get on down to Blackbutt this Saturday!
Fans of Moffatdale Ridge’s popular Italian Festival will have something extra to look forward to on Friday night (September 6).
The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail has been named Public Works Project of the Year at the recent Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Awards for Excellence.
New data from Tourism Research Australia estimates the South Burnett received 687,000 visitors in 2018, or about 13,211 per week.
A new group appointed to look into the collapse of the region’s tourism traffic is expected to hold its first meeting on Monday afternoon (August 26).