Sunshine Coast Council has helped to make parking at Beerwah State School safer by contributing $200,000 to the construction of a new car park.
The Queensland Government has announced funding for Sunshine Coast Council to employ a Local Sport and Recreation Coordinator to get more Queenslanders active through sport and recreation.
Barung Landcare will soon have its wish for fully operational native plant nursery, thanks to Sunshine Coast Council.
Sunshine Coast Council is pleased to confirm that they have purchased a block of land in the township of Beerwah.
There are treasures to be found every Saturday at Council’s Beerwah recycling market. Recycling markets sell second hand goods from council’s resource recovery centres and provide a great way to recycle unwanted items.
Sunshine Coast Council has announced – on Steve Irwin Day, the creation of a new linking corridor between Australia Zoo and Beerwah.
Sunshine Coast Council wants to hear what’s important to you about Beerwah and how best to create the kind of place that you want to live in.
Welcome to pineapple country. That’s the message that will greet visitors to Beerwah following the unveiling of a new locally designed and manufactured sign for the township of Beerwah.
Pattemore House, the historic centrepiece to Maleny’s developing Community Precinct, now has certainty for its future as a prominent example of hinterland heritage.
Sunshine Coast Council will provide the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital with $150,000 over three years to help native wildlife in need of care.