There’s a huge weekend of activities coming up in the South Burnett for Easter … from traditional Easter celebrations to horse racing, marathon running, a garden expo and a bullride.
A barbecue lunch is being held in the Kingaroy Town Hall Forecourt on Wednesday (April 17) to help raise funds for the South Burnett Autism Support Group (SBASG).
The communities of Murgon and Cherbourg will be holding a follow-up public meeting this week to discuss solutions to youth crime in both towns.
The annual Wondai Garden Expo Art Competition always features plenty of bunches of flowers, but this year it was a bunch of carrots that caught the judge’s eye.
The South Burnett Show Society will be raising the curtain on the 112th Kingaroy Show on Friday (April 12) with the traditional sashing of Miss Kingaroy Showgirl.
Anyone who enjoys playing the bagpipes, snacking on shortbread or maybe enjoys a Highland fling should mark Thursday, April 11, in their diary.
Many people are surprised to hear soccer has been played in the South Burnett for almost a century … and many are even more surprised to discover the biggest teams once came from the region’s rural areas.
The Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery will be announcing the winners of its biennial $10,000 Kingaroy Sculpture Prize on Saturday (April 6).
South Burnett nurses are hosting stalls next week to help the local community consider their future medical care and understand the importance of advanced care planning.
Bravehearts founder Hetty Johnston AM will be the special guest at the next Mayor’s Community Charity Breakfast.
People with asbestos-related diseases – and their carers – have been invited to attend a free morning tea which will be held at the Kingaroy RSL Club next week.
Goomeri’s Pumpkin Festival will be expanding to a four-day event from May 23-26 this year, and introducing several new activities into the mix.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery’s new president Amanda Seiler officially assumed the position at the gallery’s March exhibition opening, and former president Elaine Madill said she couldn’t be happier.
The drought that’s gripped Queensland has claimed many casualties over the past few years … and this year, Kingaroy Show’s free show bags have joined the list.
Toowoomba Regional Council is inviting Yarraman and Cooyar residents to have a say on the future shape of their towns at two upcoming workshops being held on March 23 and April 6.
Tickets went on sale on Friday for the 2019 South Burnett Mayor’s Charity Ball which will be held at Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday, June 8.
Kingaroy Police are inviting local women to look “under the bonnet” at a safer driving workshop to be held in Kingaroy next month.
A 240km ride to commemorate the 80th anniversary of a cycling record that still stands will be held on Saturday, June 8.
Murgon’s annual Christmas Fair keeps getting washed out, so the organisers have decided it’s time for a change.
Kingaroy’s long-established Friendship Markets are moving again … and this time, it’s into the shade.
The Red Earth Community Foundation is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified community members interested in joining the not-for-profit organisation’s Board.
Registrations are now open for people planning to take part in the 2019 Wondai Country Running Festival on June 22-23.
Children and families will have the opportunity to explore a program of hands-on and multimedia activities when “APT9 Kids on Tour” visits the Wondai Art Gallery soon.
Fundraising has begun for The Ration Shed’s 2019 Reconciliation Fun Run from Murgon to Cherbourg.