Great entertainment, exquisite livestock and more treats, showbags and rides than you can poke a stick at, will attract visitors of all ages to the Roma Show at Bassett Park on May 12-13.
This month marks the one year anniversary since Clermont-based steel fabrication business Gregory Fabrications purchased Breckon Cattle Equipment with the aim of further diversifying their range of products and service for their rural clients.
Current and former Quilpie residents and their friends will come together in late April to take part in the centenary celebrations for the township which was established in 1917.
An anticipated 3,500 strong crowd are expected for the 105th Dalby Picnic Race Day being held on Saturday, April 29, featuring a seven-race program.
The owners and staff of Lexus of Toowoomba are aspiring to set a new standard of luxury motoring and guest experience in Toowoomba and the Darling Downs.
Stud cattle and stock horses will be sold in the same catalogue for a new concept being trialled for the Kingaroy Female, Bull and Horse Sale being held at the Coolabunia Saleyards, Kingaroy from 11am on Friday, May 5.
The Creed family and members of The Old Station Flying Club will again host the popular Fly In & Heritage Show at The Old Station airfield near Raglan on May 27-28.
This year will see the celebration of a milestone in Bundaberg as Agrotrend hits 40 years and organisers are pleased with how the event is progressing.
Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia (HVIA) Chief Executive Brett Wright said the association is looking forward to welcoming visitors from around Australia and across the globe, to the 50-year anniversary 2017 Brisbane Truck Show.
Crowd favourite event – the Rotary Rodeo – will once again provide an adrenaline-pumping closing night attraction for Agrotrend in 2017, with an action packed evening of bulls, broncs and action set to ensue from 5.30pm on Saturday, May 6.