One of our region’s most popular tourist attractions will see an addition to its play space offerings next month.
Registrations have today opened for Australia’s largest recycling and reuse initiatives.
Council has started work on 220m of drain between Groper Street and Dolphin Avenue, Tin Can Bay.
Council is currently finalising the design and will soon be commencing construction of the second stage of the Gympie Town Centre River to Rail Trail, which extends from The Sands recreational area at Kidgell Street, Gympie.
The annual Duckpond Dash at Lake Alford is a great opportunity for people of all ages to get a group of friends together and get walking (or running!).
Ten days, 130+ artists, and 50+ events: this year’s Rush Festival is set to ignite the Gympie region with two jam-packed weeks of creativity and family fun!
This month Gympie Regional Libraries will welcome a guest speaker who is living proof that the age of great verse is still with us.
Country music group, the Chris Cook Band are heading to Kilkivan to perform their ‘Big Country Show’ on Saturday, 11 August, 2018.
All work on the rail line and bridges in preparation for the return of the Rattler is now complete.
World renowned conservationist and documentarian Sir David Attenborough has labelled A Plastic Ocean as “the most important film of our time.”