The fun run with a difference, The Swisse Color Run, is coming back to the Sunshine Coast for the second year running – and 12,000 tickets are now on sale for the October 12 event. Tourism, Sport and Major Events portfolio councillor Jason OPray expects tickets to sell fast. “I’m thrilled to see such a […]
[Video]Children are encouraged to register before Sunday, May 11 to be part of the biggest kid’s triathlon series in the world, Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon. Sunshine Coast Council’s Stockland Park will host the Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon on Sunday, May 18 which is designed for children aged seven to 15 years of age, no matter their abilities or […]
[Video]Mayor Jamieson and Member for Kawana Jarrod Bleijie have welcomed more than 4000 paddlers and supporters at the opening ceremony of the 2014 Australian Dragon Boat Championships at Sunshine Coast Council’s Stockland Park, Lake Kawana on Tuesday, April 15. The ceremony involved Monks, Taiko Drummers and dignitaries taking part in the ‘Dotting of the Eyes’ […]
Sunshine Coast Council’s Stockland Stadium was today transformed into a sea of colour – both on field and on water – with the Queensland Junior Oztag State Cup and the National Outrigger Canoe Sprint Titles. Mayor Mark Jamieson, along with local Councillors Peter Cox and Tim Dwyer attended the Junior Oztag opening ceremony to welcome […]
A sellout crowd of 12,000 runners, all dressed in white running gear today completed the 5km course around Stockland Park at Kawana Waters for The Swisse Color Run – known as the Happiest 5k on the Planet – being showered with blue, pink, orange and yellow colour powder (100% natural food grade corn starch) along […]
Sunshine Coast Council is changing the way in which it manages one of its major venues – Stockland Park.
The biggest wildest extreme night of monster truck and mind blowing insane stunt action is about to be unleashed on to Kawana’s Stockland Park this Festive Season.
The fledgling local Brothers Sunshine Coast Junior Rugby Union Club has received a significant boost after securing a combined $400,000 grant to build change rooms, toilets, match official and first aid rooms at Stockland Park.