Cr Robinson - Holiday Park receives a $520,000 upgrade
  • Friday 22 August 2014

‘Meet and greet’ with councillors and community representatives
At an informal council meeting held at the Coolum Civic Centre last week, I took the opportunity to show my fellow councillors the planning work that is being carried out for the Civic Centre’s upgrade and the revitalisation of Jack Morgan Park. I also invited a number of community representatives to personally meet with the councillors to discuss some of the key local issues.

Holiday Park receives a $520,000 upgrade
Some more good news with Council’s Coolum Beach Holiday Park about to undergo a $520,000 upgrade to cater for the ever-growing number of guests who have discovered this affordable beach-side getaway. This upgrade will meet the demand for larger, well-drained sites to cater for today’s larger campervans and motorhomes. Internal roads will be sealed and, together with other drainage works, this will be an all-weather camping and caravan park.

Men’s Shed barbecue
Congratulations to Coolum Men’s Shed president Trevor and his team for generously donating $500 to the Farmer’s Drought Relief Appeal. I recently attended a barbecue lunch at the Shed where they presented the cheque to this worthy cause.

Community meetings
I recently attended a Development Watch general meeting to speak about several topical issues, including Sundale, Bunnings, the new airport runway, Palmer Coolum Resort, and the Sekisui Development. It was a great chance to provide additional information on these important community issues, and I would like to thank Development Watch for the opportunity.
It was great to see the close working relationship between Coolum police and members of Coolum Neighbourhood Watch when I attended a recent Coolum Neighbourhood Watch meeting. It’s clear that by working closely with the police, the group is producing some great outcomes for the local community.

First appeared in Coolum North Shore News on August 22