19 November: Scenic Rim locals and visitors alike are being encouraged to make the most of the Garage Sale Trail on 21 and 22 November.
13 November: Stories of the Scenic Rim's Mununjali people are being celebrated through a pop-up window display in Beaudesert CBD.
13 November: The role of Scenic Rim Town Crier has entered a new era, with Tamborine’s Syd Norman selected as Town Crier and Peter Brown from Boonah as Assistant Town Crier.
As we mark SES Week, it's an important time to give a shout out to our local award winning Scenic Rim SES Unit!
Scenic Rim's local food credentials are in the spotlight again with dairy farmer and agritourism advocate Kay Tommerup receiving Queensland Government recognition as an #eatqld Champion.
A Canungra business which evolved from Alex Griffiths’ fascination for native bees is branching out with plant nursery lines as enthusiasm grows in the community for gardening and home-grown veges.
Good old-fashioned local fruit shops have become beacons of local food security for Scenic Rim residents hungry for fresh produce delivered to their door during COVID-19.
Beaucare is at the heart of its community, providing a wide range of support services to residents of Beaudesert and the eastern region of the Scenic Rim, from newborn babies to the elderly.
Witches Falls Winery’s free home delivery service, WOW, is taking fine beverages and artisanal produce from Tamborine Mountain to doorsteps across South East Queensland.