This year has been a rollercoaster and our Sunshine Coast community has truly shown strength and compassion. We’ve seen and heard many incredible stories of ingenuity, selflessness and giving, which is why the 2021 Sunshine Coast Australia Day Awards will be so special. @CouncilSCC
WATCH: Sunshine Coast Council and Surf Life Saving Queensland today celebrated the launch of the new Bokarina Beach lifeguard tower which will be staffed by professional lifeguards to keep thousands of beachgoers safe this summer.
WATCH: With the 2020 State election just six weeks away, Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson has released Council’s priorities for the region – which he is calling on all parties and candidates to commit to prior to October 31.
WATCH: Sunshine Coast Council has won a national award for a program which helps migrants new to the region find work. Member for Fairfax Ted O’Brien, joined by Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson, announced the award in front of staff and participants of the program for which Council has been honoured.
WATCH: Experiencing Mooloolaba’s beautiful vistas will get a whole lot easier thanks to a foreshore revitalisation project about to get underway. Local Government Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said work would start on the $11 million upgrades in October.
From an original pool of 126 applicants, Sunshine Coast Council has selected highly credentialed and experienced leader Emma Thomas as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
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.
Testing and refining emergency responses with COVID-19 restrictions in place was the focus of today’s simulated disaster event, coordinated by Sunshine Coast Council.
With Legacy Week 2020 kicking off on Sunday, August 30, Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson said he wanted to make people aware of the incredible work the Sunshine Coast Legacy Group does and urge the community to support the foundation.
Bird enthusiasts are rejoicing at the trail walk and bird watching hide constructed at Yandina Creek Wetland, where they have the opportunity to spot more than 100 species.