Sunshine Coast residents and visitors are on top of the world as Australia’s tallest travelling portable observation wheel starts to spin again in Caloundra today.
People living with a disability on the Sunshine Coast have access to new and improved courses in critical life skills like cooking at the Compass Institute’s Caloundra Centre, thanks to a grant under the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Programme.
Sunshine Coast residents and visitors will be on top of the world, when Australia’s tallest travelling portable observation wheel is welcomed back to Caloundra next week.
Sunshine Coast Council has today (16 June 2020) submitted a development application to ensure a plan is in place to protect Sir Leslie Wilson Park, at Cooroora Street Dicky Beach, from the threat of future severe shoreline erosion.
A Sunshine Coast manufacturer revolutionising the off-road caravan industry has moved into a new purpose-built $8 million facility in Coolum Business Park.
Federal Member for Fisher Andrew Wallace has launched a community campaign to bust congestion around Caloundra after calls from local residents frustrated by the Queensland Government’s continuing failure to improve their roads in our region. Mr Wallace said that while the Federal Government had committed $3.4 billion in the past two years toward reducing congestion […]
The Caloundra launch of the Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal was held this morning at the The Events Centre, Caloundra. It was one of a series of events to be held across the Coast to kick off the appeal in advance of the annual door knock which will be conducted on Saturday and Sunday May […]
The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) Queen’s Baton Relay arrived in Caloundra today March 27, 2018. Twenty-five specially selected batonbearers were cheered on as they made their way along the Relay route with locals and visitors joining in the Community Celebration at Kings Beach. Division 2 Councillor Tim Dwyer said Sunshine Coast Council was […]
Each time Bruce Robson looks out from his balcony, he is reminded of fond memories of his late wife, Julie. Julie had quietly but consistently campaigned for the Caloundra reservoir on Queen Street to be transformed into something local residents could admire. “It was a three-year odyssey,” Bruce said. “She volunteered for a lot of […]
Caloundra Chamber of Commerce Management Committee members and staff are jumping for joy due to the 400th member – The Big Boing owners signing up this week! President Michael Shadforth said it was an historical occasion for the chamber. “We are delighted to hit our target of 400 members, what an incredible milestone we have […]