We are spoilt for choice
MUNDUBBERA is a town to be proud of.
Not only does it have great sports, cultural, business and community facilities, it also has dedicated and enthusiastic volunteer teams to create events and activities.
Our hall, library and art gallery are venues to be proud of.
It amazes me that they are not visited by more residents and tourists. The museum too is a place of interest and a cultural asset to the town.
When it comes to sports, our community is spoilt for choice.
The North Burnett Regional Council’s Archer Park sporting facility is the envy of many communities and gives locals the opportunity to organise games of their choice.
When we add the bowls club, golf club, squash courts, school grounds and showgrounds as places to play, it’s no wonder we find sportspeople trying to choose between activities.
Bicentennial Park, Archer Park, Ski Area, Nell Halfpenny Park, Black Stump rest area and more gardens around town mean there should always be an attractive spot to rest and rejuvenate.
We expect that the information centre will be back in action in the not-too-distant future.
Local groups, most operated by volunteers, organise events for our support and enjoyment.
How can we overlook the great work that goes into the local show, Taste of the Burnett, markets, sports, education, entertainment and social occasions?
As for our local businesses, the range of products and services available in town is hard to beat and the quality of service and community support by our town and rural business owners goes a great way towards helping our community organisations do their work.
Generous locals understand: if we want it to happen, we probably have to help make it happen.
That’s life in a small town. Enjoy, take part, help out. Do it! Be a Mundubbera ambassador.
Mundubbera Enterprise Association president