Cr Dickson - Creekside Drive park planning
  • Thursday 17 September 2015

A review of Creekside Drive Park is underway and Council is seeking community involvement to help shape the future of this local recreational park. Your ideas on how the park could be improved for casual recreation, social, cultural and leisure activities will help ensure this park becomes a local community favourite. Further details will be available shortly but, in the meantime, I ask that you chat with your family and neighbours about the possibilities.

Buderim 9 Challenge  

A host of locals are in serious training as they vie to become members of the exclusive Buderim 9 Club.  The Buderim 9 Challenge is an annual 75km cycling event covering nine of Buderim’s toughest hills.  Taking around 3 hours to complete, this is a fantastic workout in the lead up to Christmas. So if you think you are up to the challenge and would like to help the Cerebral Palsy League support Queenslanders with cerebral palsy and related physical disabilities, register for the 2015 event at

Steady growth key to sustainability

Council’s half-year Development Indicators highlights report shows continued growth for most development types across the region, with $554 million in building approvals recorded during the first six months of 2015. These regular reports show us that over the longer term, we are experiencing steady and sustainable growth in development, which has positive flow-on effects across the region including increased economic activity, employment generation, business confidence and consumer spending. View these reports on Council’s website.

First appeared in Buderim Chronicle 17 September,  2015.