Jason Ford is the South Burnett Citizen of the Year
Jason Ford is the South Burnett Citizen of the Year Tobi Loftus

South Burnett Australia Day award winners named

TAFE instructor and chef Jason Ford has been named South Burnett Citizen of the Year for 2018.

Along with his work at Tafe, Mr Ford is a published cookbook author, food columnist, blogger and culinary entertainer.

The other awards winners include:

 

  • South Burnett Young Citizen of the Year: Timothy De Caluwe
  • South Burnett Community Organisation: Blackbutt and District Tourism and Heritage Association Inc
  • South Burnett Lifetime Achievement: Laura Hobdell
  • South Burnett Volunteer of the Year: Rhonda Trivett
Rhonda Trivett.
Rhonda Trivett. Tobi Loftus
  • South Burnett Cultural Award: Max Conlon
  • South Burnett Cultural Award (Junior): Benjamin Chimes
  • South Burnett Sportsperson of the Year: Darryl Bridges
  • South Burnett Junior Sportsperson of the Year: Paige O'Connor
  • South Burnett Sportsperson (Coach/Official or Administrator): Len Hams
  • Local Achiever Award, Nanango: Ray & Lola McNamara
  • Blackbutt/Benarkin Local Achiever Award: Margaret Carrick
  • Kingaroy Local Achiever Award: Susan Dowideit-Reiger
Susan Dowideit-Reiger.
Susan Dowideit-Reiger. Michael Nolan
  • Kumbia Local Achiever Award: Adam Entwhistle
  • Wooroolin/Memerambi Local Achiever Award: Stephen Copas
  • Wondai/Tingoora Local Achiever Award: Winston Burrows
  • Proston/Hivesville Local Achiever Award: Spike Butler
  • Murgon Local Achiever Award: Scott Prendergast
South Burnett

Squatter pulls toy gun on bogged driver

Squatter pulls toy gun on bogged driver

'He didn't know what was going on.'

Sport camp offers community benefits close to home

Sport camp offers community benefits close to home

Coaches and families both see the benefits of a local training camp.

Chance for beginner riders to step up

Chance for beginner riders to step up

Opportunity for riders in the South Burnett.