Cr Hungerford - Winning!
  • Thursday 24 May 2018

It’s official – 10 new high quality concrete acrylic surface netball courts at the Maroochydore Multi Sports Complex are now in action and getting a great workout!

I was delighted to recently join the Mayor and representatives from our own national team, Sunshine Coast Lightning, to officially open the new and improved complex.

These new additional courts – providing the complex with 20 hard courts altogether – played a major role in securing the national NetFest event to the Sunshine Coast on October 4-7, where up to 2500 participants are expected.

Kids in Action

A massive congratulations and thank you to the 250 students from across the region who recently got their hands dirty and their feet wet learning all about ways to build a resilient community at the Unitywater Field Day for council’s 2018 Kids in Action program.

The field day at Pt Cartwright saw students from more than 20 schools – including our own Immanuel Lutheran College, Matthew Flinders Anglican College and Montessori International College – exploring rock pools, tagging and planting trees in a local reserve, collectively creating a mural and learning about the region’s cultural history and geological future.

Sponsored by our Environment Levy Program, this year’s Kids in Action theme is ‘Changing Climates – Changing Lives’– focusing on the implications of climate change both locally and across the globe.  

Pool closure

A quick heads up Buderim Aquatic Centre’s 25m pool is currently closed for planned refurbishment works until early July, weather permitting. 

The program / learn to swim pool and remainder of the complex remains open.

Council and the centre manager apologise for any inconvenience and thank the community for their patience.

(First published in Buderim Chronicle on May 24, 2018)