Our people are the heart of our Fraser Coast. They are the strength of our community and the drivers behind our cultural diversity. Here are just some of the stories of the many interesting people and places of our Fraser Coast.
It was a dark, stormy night, the wind was deafening, the rain was like needles on faces and on the body. The lightning was blinding and thunder like the mighty roar of a lion. Little streams turned into giant, rough rivers and the sky was black, as black could be.
For the chair is not a chair at all but a time portal! That’s correct! I’m not pulling your leg.
...P.L. Travers walked into a museum one day and saw it. She made the world famous story Mary Poppins based on the story relatives of the ancestors of the man that found it.
Sue Smith has been an active member of the Maryborough Woodturners & Woodcraftsmen Guild Inc. for several years. Sue participates in workshop activities, especially wood carving, as well as helping with timber handling.
As an artist living on the Fraser Coast, it’s hard not to be inspired by the richness of this region's wildlife.
"One of the biggest thrills for the band is feeding off an audience who is engaged with our performance."
Sam Maddison shares why she calls the Fraser Coast home.
A new way to share the joys of reading has popped up outside the PL Travers building in Richmond Street, Maryborough.
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