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Get ready to GO – garden organics bins coming your way

Across the next six weeks, eligible households will begin to receive their new garden organics bin as part of Sunshine Coast Council’s expanded waste...

Senior school students can get a taste of parks and gardens career

Sunshine Coast high school students can take advantage of a unique work experience program and get a taste of what their future may look...

WATCH: New video series shines light on Sunshine Coast volunteers

In the lead up to National Volunteer Week (May 16–22), Sunshine Coast Council has released a must-watch new video series which reveals the generosity...

Sunshine Coast’s quest to become a UNESCO biosphere nears finish line

The final countdown has begun as the Sunshine Coast community eagerly waits to find out if our region will be recognised around the world...

Building blocks for cool new Coes Creek playground well underway

There will be smiles of delight once the new Homestead Park playground is completed in the coming months at Coes Creek. Sunshine Coast Council Division...

Maleny Bushcare Group needs a helping hand

The Maleny Showgrounds Bushcare group are looking for some helping hands to join them once a month to protect and restore the original subtropical...

MOOLOOLAH & MT MELLUM: Free bushfire prep sessions

Rural property owners are invited to learn about learn about bushfire, fire preparedness and how to create a fire management plan for your property....

214ha added to Meridan Plains’ sport, recreation and conservation land

Sunshine Coast Council has made a significant $9.5 million land acquisition to expand our green spaces for recreation, sport and conservation purposes to support...

More protection for the Cotton Tree coastline with new Maroochy Groyne works to start

Sunshine Coast Council will start coastal protection works on Stage 2 of the Maroochy Groyne Field Renewal project next week to help shield the Cotton Tree foreshore from the current and future impacts of coastal erosion.

Slam dunk for Caloundra’s Canavan Gracie Park community

Alley-oops and slam dunks soon won’t be sharing the combined basketball and tennis court at the Bellvista Meeting Place in Caloundra, thanks to strong...

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