South Burnett Race Club has sprung into action to take up the offer to hold an extra race meeting in 2019.
Murgon’s Christmas Carnival – one of the town’s iconic annual events – will not be held this year
This summer, fans will have one last chance to see the works of an artist who’s exhibited at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery for more than 25 years.
The Cherbourg Hornets Legends team has been announced for the Australian Legends of League game which will be played at Cherbourg on February 9
The Federal Government’s “Special Envoy For Drought Assistance and Recovery”, former National Party leader and Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce, will be visiting Murgon later this month.
If you’d like to get a feel for just how talented South Burnett artists really are, you should pop in to the Kingaroy Art Gallery over the Christmas break to take a look at the latest exhibition.
Lone Pines – descendants of the original trees from the famous World War I battlefield at Gallipoli – are to be planted at three locations in Nanango.
Former State of Origin players Matt Bowen and Craig Teevan travelled to Cherbourg this week to announce the details of a very special rugby league game to be played in February.
The South Burnett will be the only inland region consulted by the State Government about a new 10-year plan for the arts, cultural and creative sector.
The organisers of the annual Kingaroy Christmas Carnival are looking for more sponsors and volunteers for this year’s event.
Fundraising has begun for The Ration Shed’s 2019 Reconciliation Fun Run from Murgon to Cherbourg.
The Kingaroy Landcare Group will wind up within six months unless a new President and Secretary can be found.
Kumbia Catholics are gearing up to celebrate the centenary of Our Lady Of Peace Church next year, with plans for a big weekend of celebrations and the launch of a commemorative book.
Planning for the 2018 Kingaroy Community Christmas Lunch has begun, with organisers calling out for volunteers to help on Christmas Day.
Country singer Beccy Cole is not only coming to next year’s Maidenwell Country Muster, she’ll be bringing up to 100 of her closest “friends” along with her, too!
The South Burnett is about to get a new annual music festival, which the organisers aim to develop over coming years into a “destination event” to attract tourists to the region