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.
The winner of the Noosa Regional Gallery national contemporary Sunshine Coast Art Prize (SCAP) 3D, presented by Sunshine Coast Council, was announced on Friday 24 August.
Did you know the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve is home to more than twenty of Australia’s threatened plants and animals?
Sunshine Coast residents and visitors are invited to explore the region’s natural beauty as part of the 2012 Sunshine Coast Spring Wildflower Festival, on from 26 August to 2 September.
The Sunshine Coast received an environmental boost yesterday, with community members making the most of fine weather to plant thousands of trees at National Tree Day events.
The Sunshine Coast Council today approved an amended Management Plan for the Kin Kin quarry.
Sunshine Coast Council is seeking entries for the prestigious Sunshine Coast Art Prize Tertiary 3 (SCAP T3). This art award offers prizes totalling $6000 to emerging tertiary students.
Mayor Mark Jamieson today said creating careers for people on the Sunshine Coast will be the focus of the region’s new council. Mayor Jamieson said he’s determined to work with councillors to deliver a strong economy while protecting the environment. [Video]
The new Sunshine Coast Council Mayor and councillors have agreed teamwork will be vital to get the right results over the next four years. Mayor Mark Jamieson said the council has a good balance of skills and experience to deliver for the people of the Sunshine Coast. “There are people from all different backgrounds and […]