Even quiet old Helen Street at the back of Beauy is a hive of activity at the moment, as the town centre revitalisation project gets into full swing. We’ve been walking that old road for more than a decade, now, and I’ve never seen it quite so busy. Culverts upon culverts wait in the wings as workers dig out preparations for Selwyn Street to stretch all the way from the stately old homes up on Anna Street, past the big new servo on the main drag to the paddocks of Helen Street.
Passionate Rotarian Mark McCabe has taken the helm as president of Beaudesert Rotary Club for the second time. He was inducted as president for 2022-23 in front of about 100 people at a tartan-themed changeover banquet dinner on 20 June, with a focus on ‘weaving a strong community’. His fellow […]
The 70th Anniversary of Tamrookum Hall brought friends and families together. The celebrations, spread across the weekend of 2 and 3 April recognised the history of the building which was built in 1952 and has been restored over the past year. Hall Committee President, Lani Deeran, said the restoration was […]
When Betty Knight moved to the Scenic Rim, she noticed the potential for a cake decorating group to be formed for Beaudesert and surrounding areas. With the help of a fellow cake decorator, Dale Pidgeon, flyers were distributed, an article placed in the local newspaper, and a meeting was held […]