Bundaberg community events

PLENTY to do in the region.

Laurie Lawrence in Bundy on Saturday

Olympic and World Champion swim coach, Laurie Lawrence.

In 2015, 26 children drowned in Australia

Morning tea for those involved with dementia

COUNCIL: Bundaberg Regional Council building. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail

First event for the year to be held Friday

Join in with World Cancer Day

Cancer Council Queensland.

Event to be held in Bundaberg

FULL LINEUP: Agnes Blues Roots and Rock Festival

The crowd at the Agnes Blues and Roots Festival.

8 Ball Aitken, Mason Rack and Russell Morris are among the acts

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Bundaberg Chinese New Year Celebrations

Welcome in the "Year of the Monkey" at the 2016 Bundaberg Chinese New Year Celebrations. The colour and excitement of the longest and most important...

The Kitty Kats LIVE

Look out Bundaberg... The Kitty Kats are coming!!
Come and enjoy a fabulous Sunday session of jazz with The Kitty Kats.

Look out Bundaberg... The Kitty Kats are coming!! Come and enjoy a fabulous Sunday...



Akmal returns to Bundaberg because he owes a lot of money and the debt collectors...

Elvis To The Max - Bundaberg

Elvis to The Max

The memory and legend lives on in a very special concert event entitled "The King...

Jimeoin - Bundaberg


'It gets no better than this... Hilarious!' (Time Out). His ever-evolving live...

Roy Orbison and The Everly Brothers Tribute

Roy Orbison and The Everly Brothers

Relive the magic and the classic hits of three of the world's greatest and most...

The Searchers - Bundaberg

The Searchers

Celebrating the solid silver 60s, direct from the UK. Liverpool's legendary group...

Five things you need to know before taking a lightning photo

PHOTOGRAPHER Warren Lynam offers some advice to people wanting to take an incredible lightning shot.

Property: What $300,000 buys you

Here's what $300,000 would look like in different suburbs.

Complete guide to 2015 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Laurel Bank Park is in full bloom for the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers.

Comprehensive guide to the 2015 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Bundaberg Gig Guide

See the Dirty Creek Boys at the Waves today.

Find a gig to go to

So many gigs to go to in the region

Musicians hit the stage around Mackay this week

So many gigs to go to in the region

Dance away with Dubarray

PULSE: Dubarray will perform at the Club Hotel on June 12 Brett Gadenne, Chelsea Campbell-Wilson, Damian Campbell, and Kate Gadenne Photo Contributed

Get your dance shoes on for a night of high energy with Dubarray

Bundaberg gig guide

ROCKING ON: Catch rocker Trevor White at the Waves today.

Get to a gig

OPINION: Time to tell tourists the dangers of beach

THE actions of a group of surfers who saved three tourists who had been swept out of their depth at Nielson Park Beach are admirable.

Changes to the "backpacker economy" would hurt Gympie

Will Taunton - Bernet general manager from Visit Oz. Photo Renee Albrecht/Gympie Times

Taxation change ‘would hurt economy’.

Backpacker tax faces opposition from farming, tourism

WATERING CANE: Industrial size sprinklers irrigate a cane farm on Goodwood Road.

Petition launched in bid to drop plan for 32.5% tax on backpackers

New cafe with 'restaurant quality' class at Agnes Water

This shopfront will soon be the location of a new cafe at Agnes Water. Photo Contributed

Leisa Trickett is opening Discovery Cafe in March at Agnes Water

Sydney’s almost on top in keeping tourists entertained

Research from the first MasterCard Asia-Pacific Destination Index shows Australian cities claimed four of the top 20 destinations on this list.

Travelers to Sydney stay an average of 23.7 nights per visit

Work progressing to get the region international flights

Four planes pack the Whitsunday Coast Airport runway during a busy Saturday which saw six commercial flights land.

Dawson MP says work has begun identifying the airport infrastructure

Splashing out on $40m push to lure international tourists

NATURAL DRAWCARD: Paddleboarders enjoy the Pumicestone Passage. A new tourism campaign is focused on aquatic and coastal attractions.

New campaign showcases region's beaches and water activities

IN DEEP: Colourful dive at Jew Shoal site

A nudibranch.

Jew Shoal lies just north of Noosa Heads in Laguna Bay

IN DEEP: Tobruk could mean dive heaven

Diving HMAS Tobruk.

It takes a lot of money to prepare a ship for scuttling

Barramundi season to re-open next month

A barramundi fingerling is tagged. Photo: Jamie Newborn.

The barramundi closed seasons have been in force

Beer & BS: Roothy tells how to keep an old truck running

John Rooth's old faithful Milo: It’s not that hard to keep an old truck flush in new parts

John Rooth lifts the lid on diesel power and Chooka’s latest hairdo.

12V tips: Five easy 4WD upgrades you can do at home

It’s a pretty safe bet there’s been more than a few divorces due to warm steaks, burnt fuses and wives tripping over tent pegs sticking out of the ground in the dark.

A few 12V upgrades can make 4WDing a whole lot more comfortable.

Camp cooking: Whip up a feast from whatever you've got

Roothy ready to get cooking on the campfire

Sometimes I just make things up to suit whatever’s in the truck.