Selling a model aeroplane has lead to bringing the best names in Ford racing to the Fraser Coast for a major fundraising event.
The Hervey Bay Historical Village and Museum needs $4000 to buy the five-metre fibreglass shark.
The club hosts regular play dates, walks, and annual events throughout the year.
“A lot of what I like to do is being in a position to share culture and talk to people."
“It’s the last exhibition on our gallery calendar and there’s always very good entrants and there’s quite a variety, on any subject."
Fraser Coast residents were excited to experience a new way of shopping when Pialba Place Shopping Centre opened its doors on November 23, 1987.
Working as a team in the kitchen enables the students to learn basic life skills and prepare them for employment.
There's kayaking, abseiling, flying fox, fishing, archery, obstacle courses, mountain bike riding, laser skirmish and more, to keep the children busy.
Council has decided to stop the competition and take a new approach to the annual Light Up.
“If you’ve got a problem with your boat, you can discuss it with everyone and they will help you. It’s good fun!”
Kerrie has lived in Hervey Bay her whole life. She started with the Observer in 1998 and became editor shortly thereafter.