The graves of Chinese shepherds.
History

The Shepherd’s Walk

Compiled by Barry Kenny. “In 1986 the Beaudesert Historical Society erected three monuments to honour and remember the Chinese shepherds who lost their lives doing their work protecting the flocks of sheep belonging to their […]

Widows presentation - NASHO’s President Phil Johns, Marie Antcliff, Shirley Hardke, Marian Schwarz, Mayor Greg Christensen. Photo: Ian Robertson.
Community

Nashos Widows’ Luncheon

Due to COVID restrictions cancelling several functions this year, the Beaudesert Branch of the National Servicemen’s Association of Australia Qld Inc (Nashos) combined their annual Widows’ Luncheon with their Christmas Party. This year 61 members […]

Faye Collins and Lalawah
People and their Pets

Lalawah the Mastiff cross

Lalawah the 17-month-old Mastiff cross is like a 44kg lap dog. Kooralbyn couple Faye Collins (pictured with Lalawah) and Fred Sailor have had Lalawah since she was an 8-week-old pup. Lalawah means ‘beautiful big girl’ […]

Judy Day (front) with Doug Lavers-McBain, Lynn and Joe Luck and Shane Page.
Community

Hampers Given with Love

People in need of a lift this festive season have received hampers given with love by local food charity, Tracey’s Pantry. The service, named in honour of community-minded local Tracey Day, who passed away due […]

Artist Jeanine Brookfield has a range of ceramics and paintings for sale at the Makers’ Market.
Community

Makers’ Market back by Popular Demand

Once again, the Makers’ Market is back by popular demand at the Stationmaster House. Organised by BADCAP, the Market offers the opportunity for Christmas shoppers to purchase unique gifts lovingly created by Scenic Rim artists, […]

Ken Wright of Wright’s Jewellers.
Business

Buy local Christmas 2021

Scenic Rim residents are being encouraged to spread the festive cheer to local businesses and ‘Buy Local Christmas 2021.’ Every purchase at a local business entered into the draw will give a chance to win […]