Man builds playground entirely out of packing tape

Artist Eric Lennartson is in the process of completing his huge tape sculpture at the Ipswich Art Gallery.

VIDEO:And here's where you can play on it.

Cooly sings out for carols

Santa gets ready to skydive into the Coolangatta Christmas Carols on Sunday, December 13. Photo: Scott Powick Daily News

Santa dropping in for Christmas Carols at Coolangatta

Countdown to Woodford Folk Festival begins

ECONOMIC BOON: Woodford Folk Festival is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.  Photo Contributed

The first larger-than-life inhabitants have stepped into Woodfordia

'I need to do what I can': 65km walk for cancer patient

Karlee Robinson is walking from Caloundra to Noosa for her cousin Aaron Parker, who has terminal brain cancer.

What do you do when someone you love has terminal brain cancer?

Animal liberation group follows circus to Ipswich

Lennon Brothers Circus has set up camp in Caloundra and lion trainer, Mohammed Jritlou, gave the Daily an inside tour to meet some of the animals he cares for. Mohammed with some of his performing pooches. Photo: Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

Animal Liberation Queensland will protest at the site tomorrow

Barry Gibb is coming to Bluesfest 2017

FANS: Barry Gibb talks to a fan next to a cardboard cutout of his young self.

Aged 70, Gibb has re-launched his solo music career with a new album

Declan Kelly and the Rising Sun to shine bright at festival

Declan Kelly & The Rising Sun is one of the headlining acts at this year's festival.

Main stage set to pump with radiant reggae and dub vibes

Live Entertainment with Dennis Dean - 18 December

Live Entertainment with Dennis Dean from 2pm Sunday 18th December

Live Entertainment with Robert Keith- 29 January

Live Entertainment with Robert Keith from 2pm Sunday 29th January 2017

Live Entertainment with Robert Keith from 2pm Sunday 29th January 2017

Live Entertainment with Kate Kelly - 15 January

Live Entertainment with Kate Kelly from 2pm Sunday 15th January 2017

Live Entertainment with Kate Kelly from 2pm Sunday 15th January 2017

Live Entertainment with Sharryn Bell - 19 February

Live Entertainment with Sharryn Bell from 2pm Sunday 19th February 2017

Live Entertainment with Sharryn Bell from 2pm Sunday 19th February 2017

Live Entertainment with Eugene Ellison - 8 January

Live Entertainment with Eugene Ellison from 2pm Sunday 8th January 2017

Live Entertainment with Eugene Ellison from 2pm Sunday 8th January 2017

Live Entertainment with Greg Bankx - 5 February

Live Entertainment with Greg Bankx from 2pm Sunday 5th February 2017

Live Entertainment with Greg Bankx from 2pm Sunday 5th February 2017

Live Entertainment with Geoff Taylor - 22 January

Live Entertainment with Geoff Taylor from 2pm Sunday 22nd January 2017

Live Entertainment with Geoff Taylor from 2pm Sunday 22nd January 2017

10 common snakes and how to identify them

SUNSHINE Coast snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all in more than 13 years on the job.

Five things you need to know before taking a lightning photo

Key tips from photographer Warren Lynam

Property: What $300,000 buys you

Here's what $300,000 would look like in different suburbs.

Complete guide to 2015 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Laurel Bank Park is in full bloom for the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers.

Comprehensive guide to the 2015 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Dreamworld reopens after 6 weeks in limbo

UPDATE: Dreamworld reopened today with a “respectful” day to celebrate the return of visitors to the park.

Fraser Coast has global appeal as visitor numbers soar

Patrick Janke from Germany is one of many international travellers who has chosen to visit Fraser Coast on his journey.

Overseas visitor numbers are up 4%.

Is it time to crackdown on illegal camping at Mt Warning?

Our sleeping giant: Mt Warning overlooking the cane fields of the Tweed.

American tourist first hiker to die atop the popular summit

International visitor numbers going up on Fraser Coast

The region saw 136,000 visitors in the year to September 2016.

'Embarrasingly good': $90m blitz to lure tourists to Gladstone

Arrival of the Pacific Dawn, Thursday, March 10, 2016. Photo Helen Spelitis / Gladstone Observer

GLADSTONE is set for a "good couple of years” on the tourism front.

20,000 new jobs by 2020 the hope of new tourism campaign

Bulcock Beach, Caloundra.

New campaign hopes to generate 20,000 new tourism jobs by 2020

Dreamworld reopening still in limbo after safety audits

The Thunder Rapids Ride at Dreamworld.

Closure costing theme park $300,000 a day