With over 1000 students traveling to and from Buderim Mountain State School each school day road safety is important so the BMSS P&C has commissioned the production of a series of road safety videos, where the students became the teachers.
The Queensland Police Service is planning to establish a new, mobile police beat that will service the Buderim community.
Successful applicants of the Buderim Foundation’s 2013 Grants Program can look forward to the Good News Night on Friday, 20 September when the first round of grants will be announced. This year, the Grants Program will distribute a record amount of more than $43,000 over two rounds, with the second round to be announced later […]
[Video] The locally-born inaugural MudFest was held on Saturday 10 August, in Buderim , beginning a week of muddy fun for thousands converging on the Sunshine Coast for mud obstacle events MudFest and Tough Mudder. The first of its kind for the Coast, the family-friendly MudFest saw hundreds of locals, as well as visitors from […]
Mooloolaba Road will soon see an innovative half-a-bout be constructed as part of the $10.4 million safety improvements, due to start at the end of the month. Member for Buderim Steve Dickson said the construction would work as half a roundabout, and would be installed allowing for U-turns at the entrance of Panorama Crescent. “The […]
Immanuel Lutheran College is justifiably proud of the Class of 2012, which achieved one of the highest percentages of OP eligible students receiving an OP 1-10, including 4 OP1s.
While their on-field battles will be hard fought, sporting participants will soon have an easier time parking at the Elizabeth Daniels Sports Fields in Buderim.
[vid] One of Sunshine Coast Council’s corporate plan objectives is to develop a waste management and recycling strategy targeted to the goal of maximum diversion from landfill.
“Local community organisations on the Sunshine Coast are among 4,800 across Australia to receive grants under the Volunteer Grants initiative,” the Federal Member for Fairfax, said today.
The Buderim Foundation’s Community Street By Street Challenge continues to go from strength to strength, with residents eager to help the Foundation get closer to its $500,000 target.