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Thursday, October 1, 2020

Events

Gig guide: Tahli Thomas sings live in Bundaberg

This week's gig guide shines the spotlight on versatile local singer Tahli Thomas whose favourite songs are Tennessee Whiskey, anything by the Dixie Chicks or Fleetwood Mac.

Breeze into Oceanfest on Saturday for a seafood sensation

Take a liberal dose of brilliant sunshine, mix in a cooling breeze straight from the Burnett River, add in platters of the freshest local seafoods, serve up to a crowd eager to enjoy the best that Bundy can offer and you have all the ingredients for Oceanfest Bundaberg.

Antiques and collectables on show at two-day fair

Vintage lovers and collectors are in for a treat this weekend with hundreds of antiques and collectables set to fill the Bundaberg Civic Centre.

Local Indigenous artist designs Milbi Festival branding

Milbi Festival 2019 was officially launched this morning with the new logo and branding unveiled in Buss Park.

Dragon Boat clubs gear up for 1770 competition

Dragon Boat racing moves to the beautiful location of 1770 where Round 4 of the Wide Bay Series Dragon Boat Regatta will be conducted on Saturday.

Magnificent sights and sounds at 2019 Childers Festival

Bruce Highway traffic through Childers was replaced on Sunday with the magnificent sights, sounds and tastes of the 2019 Childers Festival.

Latest news

Paul Perry hooks gold with arts award

Bargara artist Paul Perry has been recognised for his 'Shimmering Gold' artwork with the People’s Choice prize in this year’s Queensland Regional Art Awards.

Bee swarm removed from Bundaberg home

Almost 50,000 bees have been removed from a Bundaberg home, signalling the start of the spring bee swarming season.

Irrigators encouraged to complete Paradise Dam survey

A survey to identify the future water demand for irrigation from Paradise Dam is now available and local growers are urged to participate.

Bundaberg Now Podcast #19

In today's episode we learn about an exciting local tourism experience, a Bundaberg Regional Libraries update, and a new Art as an Act of Optimism song from Mark Lavender.
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