Milbi Festival

Turtle mosaics pop up along region's coastline

Turtles of a different kind have begun taking up space along the region's coastline as part of a local community art initiative.

Milbi Festival students congratulated for performance

More than 160 students from 15 schools have been awarded certificates of appreciation from Bundaberg Regional Council for their outstanding performances at the inaugural Milbi Festival.

Market and new gallery store showcased for Milbi

A bustling market and a new gallery store opening on Saturday in Post Office Lane and BRAG Park was part of the weekend's Milbi Festival activities.

Turtley good Rendezvous at the Zoo

Turtle face painting, turtle books and even a meet and great with a real life bum-breathing reptile — turtles were popular during Rendezvous at the Zoo.

Buss Park transforms into Pacific Island village for Milbi

Experience Pacific Island life when the Bundaberg Region Intercultural Immersion 2019 is held in Buss Park tomorrow.

Rendezvous at the Zoo free activities on Saturday

Alexandra Park Zoo will come alive with animals and activities when the Milbi Festival's Rendezvous at the Zoo event kicks off.

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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.

Headspace Bundaberg explores art for the head and heart

Headspace Bundaberg participants took to art as a creative outlet during Mental Health Month, leading up to headspace Day on 21 October.
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