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Sunday, July 5, 2020

Emma Eaton


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Award winning outback experience in Bundaberg

When you see an award-winning musician is touring through town you don’t expect to see working dogs, horses and a goat or two as the special guests, but that is exactly what you will get at the upcoming outback experience of Tom Curtain’s 'We’re Still Here Tour’.

Tahli headed for Australian Institute of Music

A nerve-wracking live audition has put Tahli Thomas on her dream career path after she was accepted in to the Australian Institute of Music.

Prizes captured in Open House photo comp

Beautiful architecture and photography are a winning combination, especially for two entrants of the recent Open House Bundaberg photography competition.

Explore history at Open House Bundaberg this Saturday

Open House Bundaberg is a free event happening this Saturday, 24 August at selected buildings around the Bundaberg Region.

Capture cash prize at Open House Bundaberg

There is now even more reason to embrace Open House Bundaberg with an all new photography competition in place to capture the event through the eyes of the community.

Bundaberg student competes in USA barrel racing event

Teagen Cann from Bundaberg has returned after competing at the National Barrel Horse Association 2019 Youth World Championships in America.

Volunteers needed for Open House event

If old buildings and outstanding architecture make your toes tingle you may consider volunteering some time for Open House Bundaberg on Saturday 24 August.

Horse and Habit Change delivers life-skills program

The Bundaberg Region is now home to Horse and Habit Change, a horse powered life-skills program encouraging both individual and team growth.

Latest news

History buff takes key role at Old Pharmacy

Scott Stedman has answered the call and picked up the reins as the Volunteer Co-ordinator at the Childers Old Pharmacy Museum.

Dragon fruit and lime ice cream a hit at Tinaberries

Tinaberries’ new dragon fruit and lime ice cream looks sensational and tastes divine, so it’s no wonder it’s being scooped up by locals.

Expert staff bringing new life to old art

When the doors at Bundaberg Regional Galleries couldn't open due to Coronavirus restrictions, staff set to work to restore artwork.