16 businesses that opened in 2019
AS A proud region, it is always a positive sign seeing new business enter the South Burnett.
We have some of the country’s best business people in our community and a fresh batch of young entrepreneurs just itching to show off their skills to the region.
Here is our extensive list of the businesses that have opened in the South Burnett in 2019, and some that are still yet to open.
It may have taken more than 18,000 man hours of work to get to this point, but the hard yakka was worth it as Kingaroy Bunnings Warehouse held its official opening on June 4.
Evolution Hair Studio, Kingaroy
Leanne Preston will open her fourth South Burnett hair studio in Kingaroy on Monday October 28.
Divine Flavours, Kingaroy
Manager of Kingaroy’s newest restaurant, Rachna Sharma opened the Haly St store on Monday October 21.
Batter N Crumbz, Kingaroy
Former Kingaroy Woolworths store manager, Rhys Ashlin was more than happy to hand back his Woolworths name badge and set up the take away store across the road on September 28.
Pink Flamingo, Yarraman
Big Sausage Fest, Murgon
Pow Wow on Mackenzie, Wondai
When Jane Gunn took a scenic drive through the South Burnett 17 years ago, little did she know she would open her store in the little town of Wondai on March 30 of this year.
St Vincent de Paul store, Murgon
Murgon op-shop is running like clockwork since it opened on June 24 with former school principal, Cecily Fry at the helm.
Other South Burnett businesses that have opened in 2019 include:
Rust’n Stuff, Wondai
Burnett Bridal and events, Kingaroy
Green Swan Framing, Nanango
New Line Hunting, Nanango
Husky’s Burgers, Kingaroy (Opening November 12)
Red’s Fish and Chips, Nanango
Spec Savers, Kingaroy
OFFYAROKA Mini Excavator Hire, Nanango