Beau Jackson

Beau Jackson
Beau Jackson is Marketing Manager at Bundaberg Regional Council. He has previously held senior marketing roles at Auswide and Telstra.

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Read the latest edition of Bundaberg Now Weekender e-magazine

Bee inspired by Tranquil Apiaries owners Mark and Jodie Saint, test your culinary skills making Trevor Green's famous chocolate cake and hear how Woodgate is recovering from the bushfires.

Enjoy the second edition of Bundaberg Now Weekender

This weeks edition of Bundaberg Now Weekender features some of the best stories from the week. We take a look at the new weekly gardening column and explore a special piece about the unusual Ruby Passion Sunflowers grown by Anastasi Blooms.

Sea-changers set sights on Kinkuna Waters

Kinkuna Waters Estate near Woodgate Beach has seen an influx of interest from savvy sea-changers with five lots sold in the last eight weeks.

Bundaberg Now podcast launched

A new local communications initiative is being launched today with the first Bundaberg Now podcast.

Metre-long barra snared at Lake Monduran

Frequent fisher of Lake Monduran Will McNee landed a whopping 102cm barramundi while hunting for the elusive Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra.

There's 190,000 reasons to fish for the Golden Barra

The popular Bundaberg Toyota Golden Barra competition is back at Lake Monduran for the second year with this year’s prize pool swelling to over $190,000.

Local filmmakers chart course for silver screen

Big Fish Big Adventure is a fishing series like no other and will sail across the silver screen at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre on Friday 25 October.

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Ergon the power behind Dymocks school books donation

A world of reading opportunities has been opened for students at Childers State School thanks to a grant from Ergon and Dymocks.

Upgrade delivers safer intersection at Branyan Drive

Construction has started to install traffic signals on Branyan Drive, Dittman Road and Avoca Road to help keep pedestrians safe.

Water cycle focus during National Water Week

By tapping into National Water Week Bundaberg Regional Council is hoping more people will understand the water cycle and the impacts individual actions have.