A new picnic and BBQ shelter area, seating, tables and landscaping works are the first of many improvements on the cards for Peregian Beach Park. Division 11 Councillor Russell Green said these improvements are outcomes of Sunshine Coast Council’s Peregian Beach Park landscape concept plan. “The Peregian Beach Park project has been a collaboration of […]
Russell Green, Sunshine Coast Division 11 Councillor and mayoral candidate for the upcoming new Noosa Council has decided to retire after 16 years in local government.
Last night, around 250 people attended the Noosa Deamalgamation information session organised by the Cooroy Chamber of Commerce with Mayor Jamieson and Councillor Green presenting the No and Yes cases respectively.
The new Girraween Cycling Criterium Track at Sunshine Beach is already proving to be a popular sport and recreation facility however users are reminded it is designed to be used by cyclists only.
Councillor Russell Green today inspected the upgrade of the pitch at the Noosa Dolphins Rugby Union Club. The upgrade is part of Council’s investment in the Club ahead of the British & Irish Lions Tour.
The new $6.9 million Girraween Sports Complex at Sunshine Beach is complete and the result is a multi-use, district-level sport and recreation facility and home to Noosa Lions Football Club and Noosa Branch Little Athletics Centre Inc.
A formal charter between Sunshine Coast Council and the Building Industry Forum is set to lay the foundation for a sustainable building industry on the Coast.
Yesterday nearly 70 Noosa tourism operators attended a positive half day Members Forum focusing on where we are now in tourism and where we want to be in three years, as part of developing Tourism Noosa’s Sustainable Tourism Action Plan for 2013 – 2016.
Sunshine Coast Council has introduced a range of incentives to build a sustainable economy on the Coast.
Eight volunteers, three local business community members, six Sunshine Coast Council staff and more than 1000 mangrove trees – it all added up to a project that’s set to provide some big plusses for the future health of the Noosa River.