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.
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.
Sand renourishment work at Maroochydore Beach is on track to be completed before the summer storm season, with sand pumping starting today. Division 8 Councillor Jason O’Pray said he was pleased work was underway to restore one of the Sunshine Coast’s most popular beaches. “The dredge is here and it’s great to see the sand […]
Sunshine Coast Council is seeking input from residents and visitors to help understand their views on businesses operating on council-controlled public land.
Sunshine Coast residents can look forward to better information about which beaches and waterways have the best water quality for swimming.