Book lovers beware! There’ll be more than 10,000 books available for you to buy at the 12th annual Bookarama which will be happening in Kingaroy later this month.
Heads up for ABBA fans (and just about everyone else!) … tickets for the South Burnett Musical Comedy Society’s latest production – Mamma Mia!- are now on sale.
There’s only one official Clean Up Australia Day event listed for the public in the South Burnett this weekend.
There’s a new venue for live music coming on stream at Maidenwell next month.
Queensland’s Anzac Day commemorations will go ahead as normal after an announcement by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on Tuesday morning.
A free, six-week course focussing on health and resilience will kick off in Proston on Wednesday morning (February 24).
Nanango Theatre Company is calling on aspiring local actors and directors to take part in a two-day workshop later this month.
South Burnett Regional Council has two different sets of community engagement sessions running at present – and they shouldn’t be confused (unlike what we did earlier!).
After an enforced absence due to COVID, Kingaroy Police are bringing back their popular “Coffee With A Cop” at Kingaroy Shoppingworld.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington will be hosting the Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s next meet’n’greet.
Western Downs Regional Council will be hosting a special forum for artists at the Bunya Mountains from May 13-15.
A new monthly market is set to enliven Nanango’s CBD within a few weeks.
Football’s annual boost to the South Burnett economy is on again this weekend, with 48 teams registered for the annual Kingaroy Soccer Sevens carnival.
The South Burnett’s Wine and Food In The Park Festival will not be held this year.
BIEDO has organised two consultation sessions to brief landholders about the ramifications of new Barrier Reef laws.
Budding actors have one more chance to audition for Nanango Theatre Company’s next production which will hit the stage in April.
Missing the Nanango Film Festival? Well, this might help to fill the gap … the Queensland Touring Film Festival is coming to Nanango this weekend with a swag of short films.
The sister of murdered Brisbane woman Allison-Bayden Clay will be the special guest at the South Burnett Australia Day awards presentation on Sunday (January 24).
Two South Burnett events – both forced to cancel this year due to COVID-19 – have received funding under the latest round of the State Government’s Queensland Destination Events Program.
Children have been invited to head to Kingaroy’s Memorial Park on Sunday for a chance to meet Australian beach volleyball champion Taliqua Clancy and have some fun in the park.