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Weekender features exciting new playground design

Read this week’s edition of Weekender to hear about a local company's exciting new playground design, take a sneak peek at the new Red Collar Rescue facility and learn about upcoming events.

Hidden gem discovered in Botanic Gardens

The Bundaberg Botanic Gardens keeps on giving, with a footpath installation leading to the discovery of a new tree in a hidden corner of the gardens.

Watch out for blue bottles as winds turn

In this week's beach report, Craig Holden says to keep an eye out for blue bottles as winds are set to turn later in the weekend.

Enjoy Art in the Park with The Crafty Goose

The Crafty Goose mobile coffee van operator Donna Lamprecht has started Art in the Park gatherings in Bargara.

Suzanne's Collective Experience shares a journey

Suzanne Robinson’s Collective Experience will share her journey through art and as a carer as her exhibition opens at Gin Gin Regional Courthouse Gallery this month.

Kris Baggetto Photography takes flight

When you view Kris Baggetto Photography it’s hard to tell if it was her love for birds or a passion for film that came first.

New twilight markets to run during warm months

The new Bullyard Hall twilight markets launch on Saturday 6 February offering a relaxed, family atmosphere with live music in the cool of the summer evening

Schuhs happy their garden has gone cactus

Nicole Schuh and her father Tony are saving plants from destruction as they work on their three year plan to grow a cactus garden.

Christine and Craig carve lifestyle with Kokonut NQ

Christine and Craig Stewart are carving a lifestyle after moving to Innes Park as the couple continue to create quirky items with Kokonut NQ.

Weekender: fluffy photo ‘prescription for happiness'

In this week’s edition of Weekender we feature Kris Baggetto who captures stunning images of winged creatures throughout the region and says photographing ducks is "a prescription for happiness".

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Mangrove jacks make for fun fishing in the Burnett

The mangrove jacks have been testing out a few anglers that have been fishing the rock bars and fallen timber on the Burnett River.

Bundy's ‘going for gold' in Queensland 2032 Olympic bid

Excitement is building for a Queensland 2032 Olympic Games and the possibilities it could present for the region as Mayor Jack Dempsey says “Bundaberg’s going for gold”.

Brooke has a brush with the Governor

Kalkadoon artist Brooke Sutton presented a seaside painting to the Governor of Queensland to hang proudly at Government House during his vice-regal visit to the Bundaberg Region.
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