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Caring for Moffat Beach’s iconic fig tree

Sunshine Coast Council maintains over 350 playgrounds across the region and vegetation and trees play an important role in providing shade to many of...

Feral animal surveys indicate impact on environment

Feral animals across the region will be surveyed and monitored as Sunshine Coast Council works to minimise their impacts on our community and environment...

New Buderim boardwalk connecting community and nature

Sunshine Coast residents are invited to get active and wander through nature with Buderim’s brand-new section of boardwalk now open between Sage Street and...

Dicky Beach a step ahead with coastal pathway views

Head down to Dicky Beach and take a walk or scenic cycle along the newest link of coastal pathway boasting sweeping vistas! A 500 metre...

The results are in: Sunshine Coast’s best attributes

Are access to nature, neighbourhood safety, quality health services, sporting facilities and education on your list of the region’s best attributes? If so, you’re not...

The latest piece of Public Art encourages quiet reflection at Muller Park

If you have been to Muller Park in Bli Bli recently, you may have stumbled across Sunshine Coast’s newest Public Art Collection piece.

Students ready to hit the sand for Sunshine Coast Schools Beach Clean Up

November is the start of the nesting season for marine turtles when species, such as the endangered Loggerhead turtle and vulnerable green turtle, come...

Cogs turning for Nambour’s new Gear Spire Tower

Nambour residents large and small are in for a real treat when they see the next stage of Quota Memorial Park playground improvements.

Calling for North Shore visitors to have your say

Sunshine Coast Council is considering how it can balance the needs of both our community and wildlife at the popular Maroochy North Shore beach,...

Towards net zero: Council accelerates action on climate emergency

A low carbon culture where climate action and sustainability become ‘business as usual’ will progress Sunshine Coast Council’s vision to be Australia’s most sustainable...

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