LETS Chat & Trade Day

Find out how you can trade your skills & services in a cashless community group

Gala Open Garden

Fundraiser with guest speaker 2017 Australian of the Year Prof. Alan Mackay-Sim!

Cooroy Fusion Festival

Cooroy Fusion Festival is a free family event that showcases some of Cooroy’s best food, entertainment, and products.

Cooroy Fusion Festival is a free family event that showcases some of Cooroy’s best...

Cooroora Wood and Craft Show

The Cooroora Woodworkers are holding their annual Wood and Craft Show to showcase excellence in woodworking via entries in three concurrent competitions.

The Cooroora Woodworkers are holding their annual Wood and Craft Show to showcase...

Australian Body Art Festival

The Australian Body Art Festival is Australia’s premier body art event, attracting artists and spectators from across Australia and overseas.

The Australian Body Art Festival is Australia’s premier body art event, attracting...

Alan Kelly

Vocalist and guitarist Alan Kelly is Dublin born and sings traditional and original songs.

Vocalist and guitarist Alan Kelly is Dublin born and sings traditional and original...

Jay Bishoff

he music of American-born songwriter Jay Bishoff features lyrics that connect deeply with audiences, combined with diverse guitar styles and smart arrangements.

he music of American-born songwriter Jay Bishoff features lyrics that connect...

Surfing: Where to start when you don't know how

PART 1: Learn the basics of surfing with Robbie and Carlene Sherwell, of XL Surfing Academy in this series aimed at getting you in the water.

VIDEO: Coast's best, secret freshwater swimming holes

Making the most of rock pools on the Sunshine Coast.

All most people want to do during the heatwave is cool off

Guiding gala day in Gympie

BIRTHDAY WISHES: Gympie Girl Guides leader Leonora Cox with the 90th birthday cake.

Gympie girl guides celebrate their 90th birthday in style.

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

Splash park afloat again for Tin Can Bay?

TIN CAN BAY residents hope a splash park idea could be revived following recent tourism boosts in Gympie.

Wagner leads breakaway tourism group in Toowoomba

John Wagner at the Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport open day. Photo: Bev Lacey / The Chronicle

Tourism operators from region decide they can not work with SQCT

Time to axe Sunday penalty rates?

Would more businesses open on Sunday if penalty rates were cut?

Give workers more hours and they will be better off.

Longreach is a welcome oasis

SETTING OUT: Passengers rode inside the coach while the well-heeled rode up top in the open air.

Longreach is a welcome surprise

White spot threat: is fishing finished in Queensland?

DISASTER LOOMS: Tin Can Bay seafood representative Kev Reibel says all coastal fishing, commercial and recreational, is under threat along the Australian east coast if the Logan River white spot epidemic is not contained.

Fishing and tourism industries face white spot disaster threat

The beautiful capital city that we don't want to see

Perth has fallen out of favour with Aussie travellers.

When it comes to taking a holiday at home, you’re a bit of a dud.

Mackay buoyed with sugar, mining and tourism on the rise

Canegrowers chairman Paul Schembri on his sugar farm north of Mackay.

IT BORE the mining downturn like no other region in Australia