Den of Iniquity Rock Covers Band

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Annie J & Fusion

Annie J & Fusion mix up funk, rock and reggae into a unique dance groove that can evoke serious thought or laughter and will make you feel happy inside.

Annie J & Fusion mix up funk, rock and reggae into a unique dance groove that can...

Dave Flower & Caroline Trengrove

Individually, David and Caroline are celebrated performers and together their cross styles produce an intriguing and delightful musical match

Individually, David and Caroline are celebrated performers and together their cross...

Gian Famularo

Sunshine Coast musician Gian Famularo  plays an acoustic blend of poetic soul, pop and gospel carrying themes of family, friendship, love and celebration.

Sunshine Coast musician Gian Famularo plays an acoustic blend of poetic soul, pop...

Toby Robinson

Folk indie pop singer/songwriter Toby Robinson is a native of the Sunshine Coast with a childhood steeped in the music of the finger picking greats of folk.

Folk indie pop singer/songwriter Toby Robinson is a native of the Sunshine Coast...

Ash Grunwald & Band

Ash Grunwald is a man at the long peak of an incredible career setting 2016 ablaze and continuing to do so as 2017 rolls around

Ash Grunwald is a man at the long peak of an incredible career setting 2016 ablaze...

Uncle Bobs Jug Band

One of Australia's favourite variety bands with five talented and diverse musicians who bring it all together with laughter and spontaneity

One of Australia's favourite variety bands with five talented and diverse musicians...

Guiding gala day in Gympie

GYMPIE Girl Guides celebrated 90 years of Guiding achievements across the Gympie district last Saturday at the Jacana Hut.

10 common snakes and how to identify them

Sunshine Coast Snake Catcher Richie Gilbert holding up a coastal carpet python retrieved from a home at Lake McDonald

Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all

Five of the best to places to bushwalk

Popular pass time offers something for everyone

Generous little Gumnuts’ novel way to help others

NOVEL APPROACH: Gympie Gumnuts handing their books over to the Salvation Army Christmas Cheer Appeal at Gympie Library are (from left) Ebony Krutsinger, Trinity-Belle Narayan, Tamara Jaenke, Tahni Roebuck, Tegan Brigg and Sofia Mirto. Lyllyth Guinea, Roisin Maher, Angela Jones and Ella Young Photo Contributed

Generous little Gumnuts’ novel way to help others

Dreamworld ready for 'respectful' reopening

DREAMWORLD will reopen tomorrow with a “respectful” day to celebrate the return of visitors to the park.

New plan could make Imbil a cultural hub

OLD HUB MADE NEW: The historic Imbil train station, which will form part of the Imbil Heritage Park precinct.

A new precinct plan for Imbil is in the works.

Is it time to crackdown on illegal camping at Mt Warning?

Our sleeping giant: Mt Warning overlooking the cane fields of the Tweed.

American tourist first hiker to die atop the popular summit

International visitor numbers going up on Fraser Coast

The region saw 136,000 visitors in the year to September 2016.

Regional tourism thriving

Tourism in the region has remained steady since the September holidays.

Tourism in the region is going well.

Region shapes up as tourist hot spot this summer

Rainbow Beach is shaping up as a tourism hot spot.

HOLIDAY accommodations are looking forward to a bumper season.

'Embarrasingly good': $90m blitz to lure tourists to Gladstone

Arrival of the Pacific Dawn, Thursday, March 10, 2016. Photo Helen Spelitis / Gladstone Observer

GLADSTONE is set for a "good couple of years” on the tourism front.