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Shop Scenic Rim gift cards are a great way to shop locally with Scenic Rim businesses.  

By choosing a Shop Scenic Rim gift card, you will be supporting local businesses, boosting employment in the region, and helping to grow the local economy. 

Did you know that every $100 spent with a Scenic Rim business provides up to $180 worth of benefit to the local economy, because the money keeps circulating in the community?  

Cards can be purchased online or purchased and loaded up at numerous local stores including:

  • My Country Escape, Canungra         
  • Amcal Pharmacy, Beaudesert         
  • Oppy's Fruit & Veg, Boonah
  • Maynards, Boonah                             
  • Infinity Pharmacy, Canungra           
  • Curtis Falls Cafe

They then work just like normal EFTPOS debit cards and can be spent at participating Scenic Rim businesses.   



Keep money local – cards are purchased and redeemed ONLY in Scenic Rim businesses 

Variety - cards can be redeemed in any participating businesses (or several) 

Easy – cards make an easy and thoughtful gift for that hard-to-buy-for person 

Meaningful – when used as raffle prizes and in fundraising initiatives, cards have the two-fold benefit of boosting the local economy 



Free – set up costs are covered by Scenic Rim Regional Council. 

Easy – once set up, Shop Scenic Rim cards operate like any other EFTPOS card 

Support – from fully trained local Council staff and a 24/7 support hotline. 

Marketing – access a range of point-of-sale marketing and promotional material for use in business-specific campaigns 

CONTACT US: If your business would like to participate in the Shop Scenic Rim gift card program or if you'd like more information, please email Council’s Regional Prosperity team or phone 07 5540 5111. 

The Shop Scenic Rim gift card program is hosted by Scenic Rim Regional Council as part of the Regional Prosperity Strategy 2020-2025 which strives to build a sustainable and prosperous economy in the Scenic Rim, and its launch has been funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.