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.
Children will soon be able to enjoy the fun adventure of the slide located in the Nambour Council Administration Building forecourt next to the library, with a shade sail to be installed this week.
COVID restrictions force cancellation of one of Australia’s biggest and longest running gardening events. A virtual Facebook event will be held in its place.
Nambour’s newest attraction has moved a step closer to completion, with the $840,000 works on the highly anticipated Nambour Heritage Tramway Depot (terminus) building complete and works underway on the tramway tracks.
Ari, the Macaw taken from Nambour, has been recovered.
Reimagine Nambour can tick off one of its priority wish list items with $60,000 in funding to create ‘Brand Nambour’ and drive the town’s transition to a new economy.
A program to help migrants adjust to life on the Sunshine Coast has been awarded a significant federal grant. Member for Fairfax Ted O’Brien said some migrants had trouble finding work and forming relationships in the community and often felt isolated. Mr O’Brien announced funds totalling $405,289 for the Nambour Community Centre to help new […]
Sunshine Coast Council Division 5 Councillor Jenny McKay invites Woombye residents interested in the South-East Queensland Rail Stabling Program to attend a special observation of the Nambour rail stabling facility tomorrow, Saturday, March 15 at 9pm. The South-East Queensland Rail Stabling Program – being undertaken by Department of Transport and Main Roads and Queensland Rail – will deliver purpose-built, […]
Commuters will soon experience smoother travels on Howard St, Nambour thanks to pavement resurfacing works to be carried out by Sunshine Coast Council. Division 10 Councillor Greg Rogerson said the works would be undertaken across the whole of Howard Street. “This resurfacing will involve profiling the existing asphalt surface to remove weathered asphalt, followed by […]
Regional Queensland traditions are being kept alive with the Queensland Government providing a $11,262 boost for the Maleny Show Society, and a $6598 boost for the Woodford Agricultural, Pastoral & Industrial Association. This follows on from last weeks funding announcements of $7,367 for the Kenilworth Show and Rodeo Sub-committee and $37,190 for the Sunshine Coast Agricultural […]