More than 100 tourism buyers and international trade media dined out on the Scenic Rim, when they were helicoptered to Kooroomba Vineyards and Lavender Farm for lunch in December.
The annual Boonah Christmas Street Festival, presented by the Boonah Chamber of Commerce, drew a big crowd.
The sun may be shining now, but some Scenic Rim growers had a challenging start to 2018. Summer storms led to crop and equipment damage and heavily impacted some businesses which were still recovering from the impact of the after-effects of Cyclone Debbie in 2017.Details
Don’t miss the research and development (R&D) tax incentive April deadline. The R&D tax incentive provides a tax offset for some costs relating to doing eligible research and development activities. The lodgement deadline is April 30. Tax offsets of 43.5 percent, or 38.5 percent, are available for costs incurred on eligible activities, depending on a…Details
Scenic Rim businesses can play a vital role in developing and skilling the region’s young people. If your business needs an extra set of hands why not consider offering a school-based apprenticeship, or traineeship (SATs). Employing a young person in your workplace can be very rewarding and provide some real benefits to your business, as…Details