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Migrant hostel memories displayed at Hinkler Hall

A Place to Call Home? Migrant Hostel Memories will be exhibiting at the Hinkler Hall of Aviation in Bundaberg from 9 November.

End of an era for the Federal Backpackers Hostel

Demolition of the Federal Backpackers Hostel will be finalised in early October marking the end of an era for the historical CBD building.

History is a waiting treasure for Merv

Amateur historian Merv Hopton digs deep and the treasures he uncovers have at times turned accepted findings or beliefs on their ear.

Colonisation Through Black Eyes now available

Colonisation Through Black Eyes by Dr Kerry Blackman and Dr Lysbeth Ford tells the story of local history from an Indigenous perspective.

Gin Gin history intact as time capsule recovered

Time may be up for the Gin Gin Neighbourhood Centre, but a precious time capsule buried in the foyer of the Centre has been safely retrieved by Council.

Burnett Bridge 120 years old this week

The iconic Burnett Bridge in Bundaberg is 120 years old after being officially opened on 24 August 1900 by the Queensland Governor.

A Bridge Through Time celebrates heritage

A Bridge Through Time: A Brief History of Bundaberg’s Iconic Bridges is one of the first exhibitions to be displayed at BRAG when it reopens on 29 August.

Childers time capsule reveals 50yo contents

It was a walk down memory lane for those in attendance at the Childers time capsule opening, which revealed items from 50 years ago.

Full steam ahead for Bundaberg to Gin Gin rail trail

It’s full steam ahead for the Bundaberg to Gin Gin Rail Trail after the State Government announced $9.5 million in funding.

Childers to reveal time captured in a lead box

The contents of a Childers time capsule due to be opened on August 21 will create amusement and intrigue for many and sentimental recollection for others.

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