WATCH: The Maroochy River foreshore along Bradman Avenue at Maroochydore has never looked better, with an extensive $2.623 million facelift in two locations ahead of the summer holidays.
Beach and Surf
WATCH: Sunshine Coast Council and Surf Life Saving Queensland today celebrated the launch of the new Bokarina Beach lifeguard tower which will be staffed by professional lifeguards to keep thousands of beachgoers safe this summer.
WATCH: Experiencing Mooloolaba’s beautiful vistas will get a whole lot easier thanks to a foreshore revitalisation project about to get underway. Local Government Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said work would start on the $11 million upgrades in October.
The Sunshine Coast’s spectacular beaches will be even more accessible for people of all abilities thanks to an extra initiative launched today by Sunshine Coast Council and The Compass Institute Inc.
Year 10 and 11 Geography students from Chancellor State College put theory into practice yesterday (Tuesday 26 August 2020) at a coastal education morning hosted by Sunshine Coast Council.
WATCH: A brand new mini-bus which will transfer children with disabilities to their health appointments on the Sunshine Coast has launched today, Wednesday 19 August by local volunteer organisation, The Board Meeting Surf Charity.
Maroochydore’s Surf Life Saving Club and Nambour’s Vinnies are two very different charities in two very different locations. But they also have two wonderful things in common.
Stage six of the Mooloolaba to Maroochydore Cycleway will be re-designed after community consultation wrapped up this month.
Sunshine Coast Council has completed the first stage of work on the Maroochy groyne to help maintain and protect the Cotton Tree coastline from erosion.
A project to improve beach amenity and provide long-term protection of the foreshore between Alexandra Headlands and Cotton Tree is set to start in August and will run for two months.