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The South Burnett is located about two hours drive north-west of Brisbane and immediately west of the Sunshine Coast. It stretches 120km from Blackbutt in the south to Kilkivan in the north, and 70km west to Lake Boondooma.

The region has traditionally been the heart of Australia's peanut industry but since the early 1990s the South Burnett has also quickly become Queensland's second-largest wine region, home to many cellar doors and vineyards.

The links below will provide you with extensive additional information about the area (all links appear in new windows): was orginally established by all the South Burnett's local governments in 2000 to be our region's official internet portal. Today the network is a privately owned business that operates a variety of websites and provides news, information and services to more than 2,500,000 visitors per annum. After a dozen years as a regional portal, moved to a daily news format in April 2012 and now provides up-to-date local news and analysis every Monday to Friday, as well as breaking news on weekends if important events occur. It also provides a comprehensive Daily Events Calendar; the South Burnett's Major Annual Events Calendar; current weather forecasts; cinema schedules and more.
The South Burnett began producing wine in the late 1990s and is now the second-largest wine region in Queensland. It's home to a wide variety of cellar doors and wineries, nearly all of whom have won numerous medals at state, vational and international wine shows. South Burnett Wine is a one-stop guide to all aspects of the region's wine industry and it provides up-to-date profiles of all the region's wineries along with printable wine trail maps; current events running at different wineries and regular news about new developments in the South Burnett wine industry. South Burnett Wine is now visited by around 30,000 people a year.
SouthBurnett.Biz is the South Burnett's online business directory - and also its most comprehensive one. We list all businesses and not-for-profit organisations in the area between Benarkin in the south, Boondooma in the west and Bell's Bridge in the north. We also provide multiple ways to search for any type of business or non-profit group you're looking for. In April 2012 Biz's search capabilities were incorporated into so our readers can access them on equally either site. And every month more than 21,000 queries are run through our business database (ie roughly 250,000 per annum).
South Burnett Health is the South Burnett's online medical and health services directory and is a subset of SouthBurnett.Biz. It lists all medical and health practitioners and services in the South Burnett; provides links to related health and well-being websites; provides information about how to complain if you're unhappy with any medical or health services you receive; and carries weekly news stories about developments in the South Burnett's health sector. People or organisations working in the health sector can also register or update their details online through South Burnett Health and have them instantly reflected in SouthBurnett.Biz as well.
South Burnett Tourism provides tourist guides for each of the major towns in the South Burnett, as well as listings of the accommodation and other tourist facilities available in each one. Unlike regional tourist guides published by Tourism Queensland (which only list Tourism Queensland members), South Burnett Tourism lists all tourist facilities. And between May 2009 and April 2010 South Burnett Tourism was visited by more than 60,000 people. So if you're planning to visit the South Burnett, look here for the most complete information first.
Town & Locality Portals
The South Burnett also has a number of town and locality portals run by individuals or groups which provide detailed information about specific towns:

Government Sites
The geographic South Burnett region is under the control of four separate local governments. The area is also covered by a number of semi-government or government-funded groups: