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.
[Video] Friday, 30th August 2013, marked a special milestone in the history of Cotton Tree as the parcel of land at the rear of the swimming pool on the edge of the Maroochy River officially became known as Black Swan Park. The official naming and opening event was also an opportunity for Sunshine Coast Council, […]
Police are investigating the armed robbery of a jewellery store at Cotton Tree this morning in which an employee was assaulted.
A special celebration will be held to commemorate the Cotton Tree Markets’ 22nd year in operation and change of management on Sunday, 18 November.
Bloomhill Cancer Help and Sunshine Coast Council will host a special ‘meet and greet’ event on Sunday, 21 October as the first step in transitioning the management of the Cotton Tree Markets.
This weekend’s first ever Sunshine Coast Marathon and Community Run Festival will yield some exciting and surprising benefits for the region on a number of levels.
Sunshine Coast Council is seeking expressions of interest from not-for-profit community groups looking to contribute to the vitality of the community by managing the Cotton Tree markets.
Three year old, Freya Goldston has a favourite ‘climbing tree’ in Cotton Tree that she loves to explore every week. This is the very same cotton tree (Hibiscus tiliaceus) her mother used to play in with her sisters when they were children.
Festive cheer will be in the air at Cotton Tree Park as the spirit of Christmas is celebrated at Sunshine Coast Council’s Carols at Cotton Tree on Saturday 3 December.