Revitalising the Mooloolaba Foreshore, developing a new Beerwah Community Meeting Place, and upgrading the Peregian Beach Boardwalk are just some of the local projects to be funded with the Queensland Government’s $50 million Unite and Recover Community Stimulus Package.
Nambour Aquatic Centre and Yandina Cricket Club will receive major upgrades thanks to $1.5 million allocated as part of the State Government’s Works for Queensland funding.
Volunteers at twenty Sunshine Coast organisations in the Federal electorate of Fisher are among tens of thousands across Australia benefiting from the Morrison Government’s support through the Volunteer Grants Program at this challenging time.
Not-for-profit community groups hoping to inspire others and make a real difference on the Sunshine Coast can now apply for Sunshine Coast Council’s latest round of its Major Grants program that opened today (13 July).
WATCH: People living with quadriplegia and other disabilities will have access to competitive sport on the Sunshine Coast, some for the very first time, following a six figure Federal Government grant for Sippy Downs club Suncoast Spinners.
WATCH: More than 1500 primary school students at Chancellor State College in Sippy Downs will now be happier and safer following the completion of Federally funded upgrades to their ‘tired and dangerous’ playground.
Support from the Federal Government is now flowing to Wildlife HQ to help cover the operational costs of caring for their animals will also go a long way to ensuring the zoo’s continued success.
Watch: The Commonwealth and Queensland Governments will support infrastructure construction jobs across Queensland by jointly investing an additional $415 million to deliver shovel-ready infrastructure projects.
The Palaszczuk Government has further boosted funding to secure new flights to Queensland with $10 million for interstate flights.
The Premier has announced a $50 million boost for South-East Queensland councils to build new and upgraded infrastructure which will create 750 jobs as part of Queensland’s continued economic recovery from COVID-19.