- Friday 03 August 2018
It is great to see that the footpath is completed. The next project will be the play equipment. I appreciate any support to keep vigilant to protect our new facilities and what the community has worked so hard to achieve. Council is scheduling works to replace sections of deteriorated pathway along King Road, Mooloolah. The pathway along King Road will be upgraded to 2m wide. This is one of many projects funded through council’s $370 million Capital Works Program this financial year. The works are scheduled to be undertaken during the Queensland September school holidays and work is now scheduled to start the week beginning 24 September. Completion is expected within two weeks (weather dependent). Congratulations Mooloolah State School on your great fund raiser – the Mooloolah Rodeo. The Chinese students I had with me on the evening thoroughly enjoyed it and then enjoyed their train ride back to Nambour! There will not be an informal breakfast meeting in September. Hope to see you in October.
Get ready for Moofest
Moofest returns next month, hosting a an affordable family friendly music festival in Mooloolah.This year’s event will be combined with kid’s zones jam packed with fun activities for both families and youth.Mark it in your diary now and head out to Moofest at the Mooloolah Recreation Reserve & Pony Club on Saturday 15 September.
Celebrate Seniors Week
With everything from morning teas to Queensland Ballet dance workshops there is something to suit everyone during Seniors Week from August 18-26. In recognition of the contribution our seniors make, Sunshine Coast Council has partnered with the network to highlight Seniors Week activities and events. Head to council’s website to download a Seniors Week brochure and to find out more.
Palmwoods off-leash dog park
The much awaited dog facility was officially opened last weekend. It was wonderful to see so many people making use of this space, and it seems to be a big hit with local pooches.
Thousands of trees planted for National Tree Day
Hundreds of hands joined together to plant 4500 native trees, shrubs and sedges in our local environment reserves for National Tree Day on Sunday (July 29). It was encouraging to see so many people volunteer their time to support Australia’s biggest tree planting event.
Council’s Community Nature Conservation team coordinate regular community, school and corporate planting events. Visit council’s website for more information on how you can get involved
Healthy Sunshine Coast program bigger and better in 2018
Council’s award-winning Healthy Sunshine Coast program just keeps getting bigger and better in 2018 with the announcement of a range of additional free and low cost classes designed to improve our region’s health and wellbeing. We are incorporating new classes regularly which suit everyone from new mums to seniors.If you want to keep up to date with council’s health and wellbeing programs and initiatives, visit council’s website to subscribe to the Healthy Sunshine Coast eNewsletter.