A stakeholder roundtable, secured by Member for Fairfax Ted O’Brien with Airservices Australia, is currently (5th July 2019)taking place in Marcoola, discussing the Consultation and Approvals Processes in relation to the Sunshine Coast Airport Expansion project. More than 20 people are attendance including Airservices Australia, the Aircraft Noise Ombudsman, Sunshine Coast Council, Noosa Council, Flight […]
The SS Dicky wreck is set to be relocated due to increasing community concerns over public safety and, just as importantly, to preserve an important piece of history. Sunshine Coast Council Division 2 Councillor Tim Dwyer said members of the taskforce formed by council to develop a long term management strategy for the wreck, had […]
At today’s Ordinary Meeting, Sunshine Coast Council endorsed in principle the Pumicestone Passage and Catchment Action Plan 2013 – 2016. Environment Portfolio Councillor Jenny McKay said Pumicestone Passage is an important catchment in the region with significant agricultural land important to the economy, a Ramsar listed wetland of international significance, and State designated areas including a Marine Park, […]
Sunshine Coast Council Division 2 Councillor Tim Dwyer said the adoption of the Pumicestone Passage and Catchment Action Plan 2013 – 2016 has highlighted the importance of collaboration on major planning and environmental issues. Cr Dwyer said the plan is the result of years of co-operation between the State Government, Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay Regional Council, […]
A Sunshine Coast Council Master Plan for the Reserve 1000 sports precinct at Golden Beach will determine the future direction of this important southern reserve. Division 2 Councillor Tim Dwyer said several studies in recent years had flagged Reserve 1000 as a key sport and recreation precinct requiring additional coordinated planning, development and management to […]
The iconic wreck of the SS Dicky is set to be relocated due to increasing community concerns over public safety. Division 2 Councillor Tim Dwyer said members of the taskforce formed by council to develop a long term management strategy for the wreck, had unanimously voted in favour of the wrecks relocation. “This taskforce consists […]
Stage 2 of the Bulcock Street Streetscape project is now complete. Caloundra’s Village Laneway is used as a main walkway between Bulcock Street and the IGA and Ormuz Avenue bus interchange.
Moffat Beach Park, the picturesque surfside park on the corner of Seaview Terrace and Queen of Colonies Parade in Moffat Beach will be even more inviting this summer.
Sunshine Coast Council invites the community to have its say on the design and location of two new shade structures on the timber boardwalk at Bulcock Beach Esplanade.
Locals and visitors to Caloundra can look forward to improved connectivity and better views of Bribie Island and the picturesque Pumicestone Passage after the completion of Tripcony section of the Coastal Pathway.