Economic Development Officer - Business South Burnett
Taste the Trail success

Thank you to the long list of supporters of the first #tastethetrail event and a big shout out to the cyclists who rode 30km from Kingaroy to Wondai.

We couldn’t have asked for more perfect weather to experience some of the delicious local produce we enjoy in the South Burnett.

Thank you to the long list of supporters of the first #tastethetrail event and a big shout out to the cyclists who rode 30km from Kingaroy to Wondai experiencing some of the delicious local produce we enjoy in the South Burnett. Trust you enjoyed the day, couldn’t ask for more perfect weather!

Posted by Discover South Burnett on Friday, 14 June 2019

Economic Development Officer - Business South Burnett
How will the new State Government Waste Levy impact your business?
The State Government Waste Levy will start 1 July 2019. Households won’t have to pay any additional costs for their kerbside collection service, but the levy will apply to businesses.

Businesses should consider advising their customers now about the levy and any increase in prices they need to charge to cover the new fees. That way, you and your customers can prepare for the introduction of the Levy after 1 July, 2019.

To find out more, click here to view our helpful fact sheet.

Economic Development Officer - Business South Burnett
Business XL – Free Business Stalls

The next Business XL event will be held at the Wondai Rsl (diggers Club) on Thursday 23 May from 5:30 – 7:30 pm.

It is free to promote your business at the Business XL regional networking evenings. Would you like to exhibit your business at this event?

If so, please contact Council’s Economic Development officer, Kristy Board on 4189 9100 or

Economic Development Officer - Business South Burnett
Remove Non-Friable Asbestos Training – (CPCCDE3014A)

$350 per person – For approved applicants only, CSQ will contribute $225 towards the cost of your Non-Friable Asbestos Training

Minimum of 10 participants required for offsite training held in the South Burnett

(Maximum of 20 participants per course)

(Please click here for eligibility requirements)

Contact the Keys office on 07 3876 2202 for bookings


Community Access Development Worker - Graham House Community Centre
Graham House Community Centre Murgon

Servicing the South Burnett with:

Community and Family Support Services

Rural Centrelink Agency, Emergency Relief, Community Development, Parenting Programs, Family Support Services, Drought Relief

Community Transport Services

Graham House Community Centre provides a community transport service that offers the South Burnett Community, coordinated, planned transport options to people who are transport disadvantaged.

Community Programs

Computer classes for seniors,Walk and Talk, Lilyponds Bookclub, Spinners and Weavers

Phone 41698400                                           

Strategic Procurement Coordinator - South Burnett Regional Council
Request for Tenders for Pre-Qualified Supplier Panels

Council is establishing a register of Pre-Qualified Suppliers. Tenders are invited for suitably qualified and experienced contractors for the following Categories

Trade Services


Pest Management

Suppliers can register their interest and tender application via Submissions are to be suitably endorsed, marked and lodged as per the tender documents no later than 2pm Tuesday 12th of March.

To obtain instructional documents on how to apply for the new procurement platforms please contact Council Procurement at

Delivery of Boutique Beef

Lawless Beef are delivering customized Boutique Beef packs to your door.

The Beef is Cryovaced, labeled appropriately with the specified cut of meat, the weight of the meat and the date packed.

Customized options include Gluten free, Paleo, Nitrite Free and specific Beef cuts.

Contact us to find out how we can deliver amazing beef to your business (or home!).

Marketing and Sales - Kingsley Grove Estate
Grape Stomp

Kingsley Grove are holding a grape stomping festival. Guests will be able to pick the grapes from our vineyard and then participate in the age old tradition of grape stomping!!

The hail event in October 2018, damaged our crop. No harvest this year. What to do with all these grapes????

GRAPE STOMP FESTIVAL – Saturday, 09 February 2019 – 11am to 4pm.

The long table harvest buffet from 12pm-3pm. A fun and messy day!

Tables and chairs will go fast, feel free to bring your own chairs and picnic blankets.

All equipment for grape harvest will be supplied. All details are here on the event page.

Head of Product and Customer Service - Localised
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