Morgan Everett

Morgan Everett
Morgan Everett is a Content Assistant with Bundaberg Regional Council. She completed Year 12 at Shalom College in 2017.

Articles by this author

In our garden: Lorraine Keen to keep her garden green

Lorraine's shade house is home to plants she has collected over the past 40 years, filling it to the brim with an assortment of greenery.

Ruth's upcycled garden a place of joy

Ruth and David Newby have combined their passion for upcycling with their love of gardening, adding recycled pieces to their outdoor haven.

Paul’s plants popular with frog friends

Once a landscaper by trade, Bundaberg resident Paul McCarthy knows exactly how to entice frogs into his garden oasis.

Anne’s unique garden product of lifelong passion

Anne Walsh has been collecting plants for more than 30 years to create a thriving tropical garden which she says is almost maintenance free.

Schuhs happy their garden has gone cactus

Nicole Schuh and her father Tony are saving plants from destruction as they work on their three year plan to grow a cactus garden.

A house isn’t a home without a garden

Irene and Lui Taateo moved to Bundaberg from NSW in 2018 to start their diverse garden and it was no easy feat building from the ground up.

Donna’s Coonarr garden a piece of paradise

Sea monsters and fairies feature in Donna Corr’s eclectic Coonarr garden which has provided a haven for dozens of foster children over the years.

Caravan safety more important than ever

With travel restrictions easing there are more caravans and RVs on the road, which has highlighted the need for driver awareness and training.

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Ladies Garage Party inspired by love of motorbikes

Women wondering what it is like to ride a motorbike, or keen to return to riding, can have their curiosity sated at the Ladies Garage Party.

Confraternity of Brothers more than just information

Bundaberg hosted the 85th Confraternity of Brothers Clubs in a two-day conference to assist Brothers football clubs and players.

Magical world unleashed to celebrate Parks Week

A magical world of dinosaurs, kittens and fairies will take over parks in Bundaberg and Bargara this week in celebration of National Parks Week.