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Weekender: Tours share First Nations culture

In Weekender discover the cultural significance of The Hummock to Taribelang Bunda people, read about the incredible story of a Gin Gin nurse who...

School holidays to start with plenty of sunshine

In this week's beach report Craig Holden says there will be some sensational weather to kick off the school holidays.

Great weather bringing in the big catches

The team at Tackle World Bundaberg say there's been plenty of red emperor, coronation trout, hussar and grass sweet lip making their way into ice boxes as local fishos enjoy fantastic weather out on the water.

Bundaberg trending on Wotif as school holidays near

New data from Wotif.com shows Bundaberg as a top trending destination for travellers these school holidays, with interest up by over 295%

Snakes Downunder add macaws to the mix

Snakes Downunder has welcomed a pair of hyacinth macaws to the wildlife park, due to be on display to the public in around six months.

River Nations Dancers to share love of culture

First Nations teenagers from across the region are sharing their passion and culture through dance at the region’s major events, including the upcoming Milbi Festival.

Bundaberg Art Prize 2021 winners announced

Woodgate artist Julia Davis has been named the overall winner of the prestigious Bundaberg Art Prize 2021.

Liam Lowth launches play at Moncrieff

The creative talents of Bundaberg writer Liam Lowth will be showcased with the presentation of his play “Failure to Launch” at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre later this month.

Weekender: Stewart and Sons to celebrate 73 years

In Weekender take a trip down memory lane with iconic local business Stewart and Sons, discover plans to turn a heritage building into a...

Doug’s front garden will brighten your day

Four years ago Doug Punchy caught the gardening bug and decided to bring his yard to life through the use of flowers, hearty foliage...

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