Trish Mears

Trish Mears
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Trish is the Community Engagement Adviser at Bundaberg Regional Council. She set up Council’s inaugural Communications Department in 2008, moving to Bundaberg Broadcasters as GM in 2012, then Marketing Manager at Best Practice Software.

Articles by this author

Creating an oasis of diversity at HSG

Dion and Teneale Taylor have created a delightful garden at their Branyan restaurant HSG at the Gardens.

Midsummer Night’s Dream to play at Riverfeast

Bookings open this weekend for Shakespeare's classic A Midsummer Night's Dream to be performed outdoors at Riverfeast in December.

Jane's garden immersed in colour and creativity

Take a look at the beautiful Branyan garden of Jane and Geoff Smith, which is full of colour and creativity.

Jane Marin's Alloway garden an oasis

Jane Marin's lush garden at Alloway started as a cleared block 26 years ago. It's now been planned, grown and transformed into a lush oasis.

In our Garden: Hard work pays off at In the Grove

This week in In our Garden we take a look around Sandy and Ian Hatton's beautiful garden at their home and venue, In the Grove, on Rosedale Road.

Moore Park Beach garden a labour of love

Visitors to the Moore Park Beach Community Centre all appreciate the colour and variety in the gardens.

In our Garden: A place of harmony, love and community

Before the Tom Quinn Community Centre established its gardens in 2002, the area was native bushland that was largely inaccessible to the public.

In our Garden: ‘Tropical resort' garden flourishes at Elliott

This week we visit the amazing tropical garden of Sylvia and Wolfie Oetjen on Childers Road, Elliott, made with mega-tonnes of mulch.

Latest news

TAFE course plants seed in growing industry

For the first time in six years TAFE Queensland will deliver horticulture courses at its Bundaberg campus, with an industry expert already onboard.

Nathan achieves goals with true blue Aussie spirit

Nathan Curd hasn't let disability stop him from achieving his dreams and starting his own Bundaberg business, Tru Blu Mowing.

Fond memories of St Mary’s Church shared

Cherished memories returned for more than 200 community members at the Mass in Remembrance of St Mary’s Church on Sunday.
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