Book review: Where the Crawdads Sing

Described as an enthralling read, this week's Bundaberg Regional Libraries book review will take you on a descriptive journey to the marshlands of North Carolina.

Ice baths and breathwork with Daniel O’Keeffe

After recently moving to the Bundaberg Region, Daniel O’Keeffe is on a mission to share his knowledge of a health-conscious lifestyle through his new business Vibing Fit and Conscious.

Weekender: Leone honours veterans

In Weekender read about Leone’s tireless efforts to honour veterans, check out the free Be Active Be Alive program and take a look at...

Wonder of wildflowers at Vera Scarth-Johnson Reserve

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High winds likely for the next few days

In this week's beach report Craig Holden says conditions won't be the best as high winds are likely for the next few days along the Bundaberg coastline.

Fishing: Large Spanish mackerel lurking

The team at Tackle World Bundaberg says fishos could get lucky this weekend with plenty of big Spanish mackerel lurking in Bundaberg waters.

Moore Park Beach Arts celebrates 20th anniversary

From humble beginnings of creativity to an annual community event, Moore Park Beach Arts Inc will this week celebrate its 20th anniversary

Drawing from Life exhibition on display in Gin Gin

A combination of pastel and photography works will be on display at Gin Gin Courthouse Gallery as part of the upcoming ‘Drawing From Life’ exhibition.

Old Pharmacy Museum window to 1890 medicine

Located in the heritage-listed main street of Childers with its interior and contents intact, historian Scott Stedman provides an insight into the Old Pharmacy and the bizarre practices of 1890 apothecary

Book review: The Island of Missing Trees

The Island of Missing Trees by Elif Shafak is described as an ode to trees and nature within a beautifully told, rich and evocative story line. It's available for loan at Bundaberg Regional Libraries.

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