Throughout the year the South Burnett Region is host to numerous events for all shapes and size, and August is no different.
There are a number of events about the South Burnett Region at this time of year, but two most notable are the annual Scots in the Bush Festival and the Medieval Mayhem Festival.
If you’re fortunate enough to have mid-week weekends, or perhaps retirement means your on permanent holiday. Then you need to discover the benefits of the mid-week escape.
The air atop the hills of Booie, in the South Burnett region, is getting crisper by the day. The jumpers and scarfs are making a return, and soon we’ll have the fires crackling. It is the perfect weather for getting cosy, snuggling up with a book and that special someone.
If you’re thinking of getting a head start on cuddle season with a romantic escape, here are some tips to choosing the right accommodation.
Big bright blue skies in the day and starry ,starry nights make you want to stay forever once you get here.
The South Burnet region is undoubtedly stunning. We adore the vast views of the Bunya mountains from the Redrock on Booie cottages, close to nature in comfort. We don’t blame you for wanting to spend your stay in your private oasis. But if you are visiting us this March, then don’t miss out on the cultural celebrations.
March is the month for celebrating the food, wine, art and community in South Burnett. The festival of the year which seeks to showcase all the glory of this spectacular region is the Wine and Food in the Park Festival.
There is an old French variant of the word ‘retreat’. It is retrait, which means to draw back.
Although its origins often refer to a military context, such as retreating from a fight, it has been popularised in the modern lexicon as a form of relaxation.
To draw back from the angst and demands of everyday life; even if just for a few days to give oneself permission to stop thinking and just be.