I don’t think this is coming out any time soon.
We’ve loved the rain – now the grass is growing so fast there’s lots of slashing to do.
But we need to watch out for those bog holes – this tractor’s not going anywhere!
Global travel authority Lonely Planet has today announced their Best in Travel 2022, three lists encompassing the world’s hottest countries, cities and regions, and have included the Scenic Rim as number eight in the top regions to visit in 2022.
Mayor Greg Christensen said he’s proud to share this award with everyone who has ever called the Scenic Rim home, whether it’s been for a weekend or a lifetime.
“We’ve been recognised for reasons that matter most — our unique experiences, spectacular landscapes, award-winning produce, commitment to low-impact and sustainable travel, and authentic customer service.”
“While the official title is Best in Travel, this award isn’t only for our tourism industry. Lonely Planet also highlighted the authenticity and warmth of our local community in welcoming visitors with open arms as a defining characteristic of our region.
Read more about what’s on in our Scenic Rim https://www.destinationscenicrim.com
Lucy (Secret Conquest) won at Gatton today. Race 5 – 1400m Class 4.
Watch the race at QLD Racing – https://www.racingqueensland.com.au/racing/replays/tab-race-replays/race-player/thoroughbred/gatt/20210930/race/5
Well done Steve – Trainer and Jockey – Michael, and of course – well done Lucy!
Our Queensland snap 3 day lockdown has been extended until at least Sunday 8th August at 4p.m.
It’s time to stay at home and stay safe.
Visit QLD Health for more updates.
Lockdown continues for Brisbane and Moreton Bay LGAs
The lockdown will lift in Noosa, Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Logan, Redlands, Gold Coast, Scenic Rim, Lockyer Valley, Somerset and Townsville. There will be restrictions that continue to apply. Those restrictions will be in place for the next two weeks.
Lockdown will continue for 24 hours in Brisbane LGA and Moreton Bay LGA.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk:
Questions about travelling
Can I stay overnight? Where can I stay?
Yes, you can leave home to stay overnight anywhere within Queensland or anywhere that is not a declared hotspot, for as many nights as you like.
You can stay in any form of accommodation – such as hotels, serviced apartments, Airbnb, holiday rentals, caravan parks, hostels, B&B and camping grounds.
Always refer to the QLD Government website for latest advice and updates.
Stay safe and enjoy the New Year celebrations.
13th November 2020
A trip over the border for Steve and Lucy (Secret Conquest) – racing at Ballina – and a great result.
Watch the race replay at NSW Racing replays – Race 4.