What to expect at Birds of Tokyo's Ipswich gig

The band will perform at the Racehorse Hotel on Friday.

BAND member Glen Sarangapany talks music, pub grub and doing shoeys

What public holidays are left in 2017

Ipswich residents will get the day off tomorrow for the show.

IPSWICH residents will get tomorrow off for the show

Caitlyn comes home to launch debut album

Gympie's Caitlyn Shadbolt will launch here debut album Songs On My Sleeve at an exclusive all-ages concert in Gympie on Friday, May 26.

Win tickets to Caitlyn's album launch

Petula Clark delighted to sing live for Australian fans

STILL TOURING: English singer Petula Clark is coming to Queensland.

English star Petula Clark still puts on a great show, even at 84.

Pole dancing under water? This is new for Toowoomba

WATER FIT: Cora-lea Maher and Tori Donovan take part in the Acqua Pole classes at the Baillie Swim Centre . Wednesday, 10th May, 2017.

Toowoomba is home to a new pole fitness craze

The new film festival that's already making waves

This new home grown film is set to make its mark at the Sunshine Coast Surf Film Festival.

Why this film festival has the Coast so excited

Super Hornets to fly as low as 45m at 555kmh

The aircraft will fly at heights between 45m-76m above ground level and travel at speeds up to 555km/hr at approximately 1.8 km off the coast.

TODAY the RAAF aircraft will conduct a low-level flying exercise

Whitsundays Creative Arts Festival

At Cannonvale State School ,Embroidery & Textile Arts Workshops, Painting, Silk Painting, Creative Framing, Wearable Arts, Quilting & Galleries.

Surfing: Where to start when you don't know how

PART 1: Learn the basics of surfing with Robbie and Carlene Sherwell, of XL Surfing Academy in this series aimed at getting you in the water.

VIDEO: Coast's best, secret freshwater swimming holes

Making the most of rock pools on the Sunshine Coast.

All most people want to do during the heatwave is cool off

10 common snakes and how to identify them

Sunshine Coast Snake Catcher Richie Gilbert holding up a coastal carpet python retrieved from a home at Lake McDonald

Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all

Five of the best to places to bushwalk

Popular pass time offers something for everyone

Millions stripped from Tourism Australia in federal budget

TOURISM Australia has had $14m stripped from its budget, causing tourism groups to slam the move.

Shute needs more 'hustle and bustle'

SAFETY: Whitsunday Fishing World manager Grant Spees called for patience on the Shute Harbour boat ramp.

SHUTE Harbour has a special place in the heart of Brenden Rock.

Post-Cyclone Debbie visitors hit with fines by council

Some of the damage in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie.

Fines handed out in 'dawn raid' by local council

Tourism operators still ramping up at Shute Harbour

Salty Dog Sea Kayaking operator Neill Kennedy with Zane Kennedy.

SHUTE Harbour has not been shut down completely.

Huge boost for investor's bid for international Coast airport

WATER LOGGED: Flooding at the Rockhampton Airport has spurred developer Yoshitaro Iwasaki's push for a Yeppoon airport. Pictured is Dennis Shillington from Caves Rural Fire Brigade hosing down the runway at the Rockhampton airport after the recent flood.

THREE possible locations for CQ's international airport revealed.

Hamilton Island goes above and beyond

Federal Tourism Minister Steven Ciobo, Member for Dawson George Christensen and Hamilton Island CEO Glenn Bourke surveying the view over Catseye Bay post the Cyclone Debbie clean-up.

Hamilton Island is regenerating new life

We're open for business

Federal Tourism Minister Steven Ciobo, State Tourism Minister Kate Jones, Tourism Whitsundays chairman Al Grundy, Whitsunday Mayor Andrew Willcox, Tourism Whitsundays CEO Craig Turner, Cruise Whitsundays CEO Nick Hortle, BIG4 Adventure Whitsunday co-owner Naomi McKinnon, Federal Member for Dawson George Christensen, Carnival Australia executive chairwoman Ann Sherry AO, Ocean Rafting co-owner Peter Claxton, Charter Yachts Australia co-owner Annie Judd, Whitsunday Transit manager Ben Malady, Mantra Club Croc GM Luke Harley and Brigadeer Chris Field celebrating the fact that the Whitsundays is open for business well in time for Easter.

Federal and state politicians are chanting an important mantra.