Look out for these regular events in the Scenic Rim:

Rathdowney Campdraft - April

Cultural Trails of the Scenic Rim - May

Boonah Show - May

Beaudesert Cup - June

Eat Local Week - June-July

Woodhill Billycart Derby - late July

Aratula Winter Harvest Festival - early July

Jazz at Bigriggen - mid-July

Shepherd's Walk - July

Canungra Show - late August

Beaudesert Show - early September

Tamborine Show - late September

Springtime on the Mountain (Tamborine) - late September

 

And check below or look at our calendar on the home page for what's coming up soon!

 

And here's what's on soon:

This weekend

For what's on this weekend, visit the Scenic Rim Regional Council's "What's On" page.

Launch of Small Works exhibition

Saturday 6 November 2021, 10.30-11am at the Centre, 82 Brisbane St, Beaudesert. Bookings essential - free tickets will be available soon, but places are limited. Phone 5540 5050 to book.

Woodhill Dance

Thursday 11 November 2021, 9.30am-12.30pm at the Woodhill Hall. This dance will take place on the second Thursday of each month. Music by the Chattanooga Band; dance styles are new vogue and old time. Contact Lyn Durre on 0475 354 633 to register, but walk-ins are welcome.

Tamborine Mountain Artisan Fayre

Sunday 21 November 2021, 9am-4pm at Tamborine Mountain Showgrounds, 386-398 Main Western Rd, Tamborine Mountain. Join them on beautiful Tamborine Mountain for a unique event that brings together artists and their art. Nestled in the tree-studded Tamborine Mountain Show Grounds, with good food, great music and even better art, the Fayre showcases the best of their talented local artists. Book into a workshop, eat, listen to great music and knock off that Christmas shopping list! Bring a blanket to sit on, let the kids loose for face-painting and henna, and relax. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 0417 058 380.

Creating Floating Wetlands

Saturday 27 November 2021, 8.30-11.30am at 314 Zingelmann Rd, Woolooman. This information session is hosted by Boonah and District Landcare Inc.

Floating wetlands can improve the quality of your dam water as well as promote biodiversity. Floating wetlands consist of a suspended matrix planted with wetland plants. This facilitates microbiological and plant processing of nutrients. They encourage settling of sediments contained in the water and also remove nutrients due to plants roots. Floating wetlands can be used in existing water bodies or waterways or in a purpose built pond. Not only do floating wetlands treat your water and provide habitat to wildlife, they look good too!

Learn how to make your own floating wetland from Catherine Madden, Scenic Rim Regional Council Land for Wildlife Officer. Boonah and District Landcare member, Lee Callum, has been creating her own floating wetlands on two dams and has plans for a third. Lee says she is not an expert but she will show you what she has done and explain what worked and what pitfalls to avoid.

This event is free. If you wish to make a donation in appreciation, you can deposit directly to our bank account or on the day. This is completely voluntary. Book tickets here.

Boonah and District Landcare Association, BSB 633000 Account number 113860704

Please bring a chair and comfortable shoes for walking. Stay for morning tea. You will be notified if weather affects this event.

Woodhill Dance

Thursday 9 December 2021, 9.30am-12.30pm at the Woodhill Hall. This dance will take place on the second Thursday of each month. Music by the Chattanooga Band; dance styles are new vogue and old time. Contact Lyn Durre on 0475 354 633 to register, but walk-ins are welcome.