Outrage after council challenges heritage listing that saved beloved Beaudesert saleyard

Laura Carolina Corrigan
By Laura Carolina Corrigan
Updated March 19 2021 - 5:26am, first published 5:25am
The Beaudesert site is one of only nine purpose built pig and calf saleyards left in Queensland. Picture: Queensland government

A beloved pig and calf saleyard in Beaudesert, south east Queensland, was entered into the state heritage register in February. But in an unusual case, the local government Scenic Rim Regional Council is appealing against its heritage status.

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Laura Carolina Corrigan

Laura Carolina Corrigan

Podcast Producer/Journalist

Laura produces ACM's multi-award winning podcast Voice of Real Australia, and the mini-series Forgotten River. For stories from beyond the big cities, find them on your podcast app. Follow Laura on Twitter: @LaOOraC

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