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The newly-elected Sunshine Coast Council yesterday handed down its first budget, with mayor Rosanna Natoli saying it was focused on “improving transport, roads, pathways and community facilities”.

Among the big-ticket items were $27.2 million to finalise construction of the new district library and community meeting space at Caloundra; $25 million to reseal and rehabilitate the region’s road network; $18.1 million to continue construction of the Honey Farm Sports and Recreation Precinct; and $17.5 million to construct the Caloundra Transport Corridor Upgrade.

But it also includes a rise in rates and charges, with an average household increase of about $100 a year.

Scroll down to see what your town or suburb will get from the 2024/25 council budget.


Banya, Baringa, Beerburrum, Beerwah, Bells Creek, Bribie Island North, Caloundra West, Coochin Creek, Corbould Park, Gagalba, Glass House Mountains, Landsborough, Little Mountain, Meridan Plains, Nirimba, Peachester

Improving parks, gardens, community safety and beautifying streets are some of the key features for Division 1.

“Road safety is a high priority for me and I welcome the $1.5 million to upgrade Commissioners Flat Road, between Butlers Lane and Reserve Lane at Peachester,” Councillor Jenny Broderick said.

“I am very pleased to announce Rotary Park Caloundra playground at Caloundra West will receive $65,000 to upgrade the playground equipment plus an additional $15,000 to replace a picnic table and chairs.

“We will also replace seats and bollards at Mill Park, Beerwah, at a cost of $51,000, and improve security and lighting at Canavan Gracie Park, Caloundra West, with a $10,000 investment.”

Division 1 highlights:

  • Commissioners Flat Road, road safety improvements, Peachester $1,500,000
  • Baringa Football Grounds, new clubhouses* $1,222,250
  • Sustainability Park Development, Baringa $450,000
  • Caloundra Resource Recovery Centre internal road reseal, Bells Creek $209,200
  • Cribb Street streetscape completion, Landsborough* $200,000
  • Beerwah Cemetery entrance feature and carparking, Beerwah $170,000
  • Mill Park boundary fence installation Stage Two, Beerwah $130,000
  • Edward Corbould Environment Reserve East fauna fence, Little Mountain $126,000
  • Landsborough Heritage Precinct renewals, Landsborough $100,000
  • Pioneer Park perimeter fence upgrade, Landsborough $100,000
  • Old Gympie Road pathway construction continuation, Beerwah $100,000
  • Glasshouse Mountains basketball court, Glasshouse Mountains $70,000
  • Emma Place Park bitumen pathway through tree line to service Coochin Twins Estate, Beerwah $70,000
  • Rotary Park Caloundra playground equipment renewal and landscaping, Caloundra West $65,000
  • Skippy Park exercise equipment installation Stage Two, Landsborough $60,000
  • Common Park Skate Park renewal, Little Mountain $55,000
  • Mill Park bollard run and seat renewal, Beerwah $51,000
  • Landsborough skate park renewal, Landsborough $50,000
  • Rotary Park picnic combo renewal, Caloundra West $15,000
  • Canavan Gracie Park improve security and lighting design, Caloundra West $10,000


Battery Hill, Caloundra, Caloundra West, Dicky Beach, Golden Beach, Kings Beach, Little Mountain, Moffat Beach, Pelican Waters, Shelly Beach

Transport upgrades, a new creative community heart for Caloundra’s CBD and improving club facilities are key priorities for Division 2.

“Road safety and reducing congestion remains a top priority as we continue to build stage one of the Caloundra Transport Corridor Upgrade, investing more than $17.5 million,” Councillor Terry Landsberg said

“Caloundra CBD will receive more than $27 million in funding for the state-of-the-art district library and community meeting space.

“I’m pleased more low-income families experiencing cost-of-living pressures can now enjoy improved access into Gateway Care Food Centre thanks to our $600,000 investment to widen Helen Street at Caloundra West.”

Division 2 highlights:

  • Caloundra Centre Library and Community Centre, Caloundra $27,200,000
  • Caloundra Transport Corridor Upgrade, Caloundra* $17,528,500
  • Seawall stabilisation works, Moffat Beach* $3,900,000
  • Golden Beach Foreshore Upgrade TS Onslow to Nelson Street* $3,500,000
  • Buderim Street to Coondibah Creek stormwater, Battery Hill $1,557,500
  • Caloundra City Churches Soccer clubhouse and fields, Caloundra $1,500,000
  • Oval Avenue and Arthur Street stormwater as part of the Caloundra Transport Corridor Upgrade, Caloundra $1,290,000
  • Bevan Henzell Bridge steel footway, Golden Beach $800,000
  • Kings Beach Surf Life Saving Facility design and commencement of construction procurement, Kings Beach $600,000
  • Helen Street widening, Caloundra West $600,000
  • South seawall and stormwater improvements, Golden Beach $500,000
  • Caloundra Centre activation, Caloundra $215,000
  • Active Transport walking network infrastructure (phase 1), Caloundra $200,000
  • Dicky Beach entry beautification staged construction of improvement works, Dicky Beach $200,000
  • Moffat Beach Precinct Place Plan development, Moffat Beach $100,000
An artist impression of the Honey Farm Sports and Recreation Precinct.


Aroona, Bokarina, Birtinya, Currimundi, Little Mountain, Meridan Plains, Warana, Wurtulla

Honey Farm Sports and Recreation Precinct, Kawana Waters Regional Aquatic Centre and Sunshine Coast Stadium legacy projects will receive a healthy boost in Division 3.

“Athletes and sport lovers in Division 3 are in for a treat, with a range of major sporting, recreational and community complexes breaking ground,” Councillor Tim Burns said.

“The Honey Farm Sports and Recreation Precinct receives $18 million this financial year. Once completed it will feature purpose-built sporting fields and ovals, playgrounds, active youth and play spaces for biking, skateboarding, nature trails, wetland experiences, dog-friendly facilities and opportunities for community events.

“Upgrades to the tune of $7.4 million will continue at the Kawana Waters Regional Aquatic Centre to improve this popular facility enjoyed by families, used to get fit and by elite athletes.”

Division 3 highlights:

  • Honey Farm Sport and Recreation Precinct, Meridan Plains $18,100,000
  • Kawana Waters Regional Aquatic Centre Masterplan Implementation, Bokarina+ $7,458,500
  • Sunshine Coast Outdoor Stadium, Bokarina** $7,000,000
  • Meridan Sporting Complex upgrade to clubhouse and fields, Meridan Plains $1,500,000
  • Sunshine Coast Indoor Stadium relocation pre-works, Bokarina $500,000
  • Active Transport riding network infrastructure, Warana $200,000
  • Kawana Park Eagles AFL Club additional lighting Field 2, Meridan Plains $150,000
  • Active Transport riding network infrastructure, Little Mountain $148,600
  • Ivadale Lakes pathway renewal, Little Mountain $135,000
  • Dune Vista Drive raised pedestrian crossing near intersection of Dune Vista and Thunderbird Drive, Bokarina $125,000
  • Creekwood South Park climbing net renewal, Little Mountain $85,000
  • Parklands Boulevard service road pathway renewal, Little Mountain $80,000
  • Tuldar Park fitness equipment and table renewal, Wurtulla $70,000
  • Ridgehaven Park softfall rubber to swing renewal, Aroona $60,000
  • Aroona Park Playground shade, Aroona $55,000
  • Viridian Circuit Park exercise area shade, Birtinya $55,000
  • Oceanic Drive pathway missing link between Bandaroo Street and Palkana Drive, Warana $24,000
  • Westaway Parade drinking fountain, bottle filler and dog bowl, Currimundi $25,000
  • Beach Access 252 Firetail Court bench seat installation, Wurtulla $10,000
  • Bokarina Boulevard Park exercise equipment investigation and concept plan, Bokarina $5,000


Alexandra Headland, Buddina, Maroochydore, Minyama, Mooloolaba, Parrearra, Warana

Walkers, riders, runners and those who love our natural assets will benefit from a range of upgrades to community infrastructure in Division 4.

“A key project which will benefit our community is the $2.1 million completion of the Coastal Pathway Beach Access 233 to 229 in Warana, which will include a 1km, three-metre wide, concrete coastal pathway with accessibility access, beach showers, new seats and bike racks,” Councillor Joe Natoli said.

“It’s also encouraging to see the existing pathway at the Alex Bluff foreshore receiving design upgrades to meet Coastal Pathway standards.

Other major projects include the ongoing transformation of the Mooloolaba foreshore and substantial investments in local parks.

Division 4 highlights:

  • Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation Project – Stage 2** $3,650,000
  • Coastal Pathway Beach Access 233 to 229, Warana $2,100,000
  • Cotton Tree Holiday Park powered tent sites upgrade, Maroochydore $861,000
  • Cotton Tree Holiday Park fence replacement, Maroochydore $410,000
  • Refurbish Cotton Tree Amenity 5, Maroochydore $400,000
  • Mooloolaba School Precinct pedestrian and cycling facilities, Mooloolaba $380,000
  • Black Spot Program Sixth Avenue side street zebra crossings, Maroochydore* $350,000
  • Pontoon for disability access to kayaks, Mooloolaba $300,000
  • Maroochydore gross pollutant trap, Maroochydore $275,800
  • La Balsa Park boat ramp amenities, Buddina $250,000
  • Active Transport walking network infrastructure, Buddina $200,000
  • Boolarong Crescent pathway, Alexandra Headland $150,000
  • Alexandra Headland to Maroochydore City Centre active transport link $150,000
  • Coast Guard Public Amenities renewal, Mooloolaba $147,500
  • Memorial Avenue pedestrian crossing traffic signals, Maroochydore $125,000
  • Alex Bluff Foreshore Coastal Pathway, Alexandra Headland $100,000
  • Mooloolaba Esplanade active transport link, Mooloolaba $100,000
  • Gardak Street and Surf Road, Maroochydore $100,000
  • Cotton Tree Holiday Park Beach House renovation, Maroochydore $100,000
  • Allambie Street to outlet, Maroochydore $69,300
  • Replace barbecue shelters, tables and seats, Maroochydore $60,000
  • Coopers Lookout play unit, Buddina $55,000
  • Jinang Street through Nicklin Way, Warana $50,000
  • Lapoinya Crescent through Nicklin Way, Warana $50,000
  • Koorin Drive through Nicklin Way, Warana $50,000
  • Burns Street through Nicklin Way, Buddina $50,000
  • Palkana Drive through Nicklin Way, Warana $50,000
  • Balyata Street through Nicklin Way, Warana $50,000
  • Parker Street to Aerodrome Road, Maroochydore $46,500
  • Boolarong Crescent to Outlet, Alexandra Headland $37,500
  • Mooloolah Drive Park beach shower, Minyama $35,000
  • La Balsa Park furniture replacement, Buddina $30,000
  • Chelsea Park fence and sign, Minyama $25,000
  • Point Cartwright Reserve seats, Buddina $20,000
Plans for the Sunshine Coast Ecological Park.


Bald Knob, Balmoral Ridge, Booroobin, Cambroon, Chevallum, Conondale, Crohamhurst, Curramore, Diamond Valley, Elaman Creek, Eudlo, Flaxton, Glenview, Hunchy, Ilkley, Kiel Mountain, Landers Shoot, Maleny, Montville, Mooloolah Valley, Mount Mellum, North Maleny, Palmwoods, Palmview Forest, Peachester, Reesville, Tanawha, West Woombye, Witta, Woombye, Wootha

Beautifying Maleny, maintaining the green heart at Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve and upgrading the Maroochy Bushland Botanic Garden are among the benefits for Division 5.

“Increasing investment in sealing gravel roads has been high on my agenda and I’m pleased to advise that this year we are allocating $8 million across the region, up from $5 million,” Councillor Winston Johnston said.

“Substantial investments will be made this year to finish key Division 5 projects, including an allocation of $2.9 million for the Maple Street streetscape at Maleny.

“Approved works also include footpath construction in Western Avenue, Montville, and North Maleny Road, as well as disability access on Margaret Street, Palmwoods.

Division 5 highlights:

  • Maple Street streetscape, Maleny+ $2,900,000
  • Mountain View Road lookout area parking, Maleny+ $960,000
  • Logwoods Road upgrade from gravel to sealed road between Mossey Bank Road and Perrins Road, Eudlo $937,000
  • Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden, Tanawha $775,000
  • Tallowwood Street path, Maleny $557,700
  • Maleny Skate Park upgrade Phase 2, Maleny* $550,000
  • Lemon Park amenity renewal, Palmwoods $380,000
  • Mary Cairncross Butterfly Walk, Maleny $370,000
  • Carruthers Bridge batter protection, West Woombye $360,000
  • Bald Knob culvert rehabilitation, Bald Knob $350,000
  • Maleny Showgrounds sports field lighting, Maleny $350,000
  • Sippy Creek Animal Pound heating, ventilation and air conditioning replacement, Tanawha $300,000
  • Mary Cairncross Ecological Park, Maleny $300,000
  • Briggs Park rugby league and cricket change rooms, Palmwoods $250,000
  • Menary Bridge batter protection renewal, West Woombye $225,000
  • Western Avenue pathway from Russell Family Park to The Narrows Road, Montville $225,000
  • Glenview Road pathway renewal, Glenview $191,000
  • Sippy Creek Depot service utilities review and upgrade, Tanawha $188,000
  • Christensens Road lower order gravel road upgrade, Hunchy $152,500
  • Reesville Road Auxiliary Lane, Reesville $130,000
  • Gardners Falls landscape plan implementation, Maleny $100,000
  • North Maleny Road pathway construction Stage One, North Maleny $100,000
  • Old Orchard Neighbourhood Park barbecue renewal and drainage remediation, Palmwoods $93,000
  • Margaret Street and Little Main Street disability access ramp, Palmwoods $50,000
  • Federation Park design to upgrade the current overflow car park to bitumen, Palmwoods $25,000
  • Old Gympie Road design to provide truncation and gentler curve, Glenview $20,000
  • Coral Street installation of two bench seats, Maleny $16,000
  • Macadamia Drive bench seat installation and small section of Pathway outside Living Gems Retirement Village, Maleny $15,000


Buderim Pines, Buderim Meadows, Mountain Creek (Glenfields, Brightwater), Palmview (Harmony), Sippy Downs (Chancellor Park)

Spaces that bring the community together will be well supported the budget in Division 6.

“I’m excited to see $5 million has been dedicated to progressing the design of the Sippy Downs Library and Community Venue,” Councillor Christian Dickson said.

“We have the land to build on, our building and design plans are nearly shovel-ready and we will be working hard to seek additional external funds through government grants to progress the project.”

Another major funding commitment is a further $5.8 million towards the Stringybark Road Footbridge Pathway and Active Transport Link, after works began on the critical link between Buderim and Sippy Downs earlier this year.

Division 6 highlights:

  • Stringybark Road Footbridge Pathway and Active Transport Link, Sippy Downs* $5,800,000
  • Sippy Downs Library and Community Venue design, Sippy Downs $5,000,000
  • Khancoban Drive Park district park development, Buderim $250,000
  • Dixon Road pathway renewal, Buderim $241,000
  • Jingellic Drive footpath construction Stage 2, Buderim $150,000
  • Amarina Avenue to Karawatha Drive active transport link Stage 2, Mooloolaba $100,000
  • Panama Crescent Park shelter renewal, Mountain Creek $80,000
  • Garema Court to Karawatha Drive footpath, Mountain Creek $34,000
  • Karawatha Drive Pedestrian Facility relocation Sharon Court, Mountain Creek $25,000
  • Raised wombat crossings design, Mountain Creek $25,000
  • Wombat crossing investigations and concept design, Palmview $25,000
  • Bellflower Road Retirement Resort entrance pathway to bus stop, Sippy Downs $24,000
  • Kona Court, Kerb and Channel Renewal, Mountain Creek $15,000
  • Tower Park fitness equipment softfall renewal, Sippy Downs $15,000
  • Harmony Boulevard Park Parkrun markers and signage, Palmview $10,000
  • Street tree planting $10,000
  • Dog off leash area site investigation, Palmview $5,000
How the Stringybark Road footbridge pathway and active transport link could look when completed.


Buderim, Diddillibah, Forest Glen, Kiels Mountain, Kuluin, Kunda Park, Maroochydore, Mons, Rosemount, Tanawha

Easing traffic congestion and delivering projects that increase residents’ liveability lead the budget highlights in Division 7.

“For a number of years I have set the foundations to create vital road links across Sippy Downs and Buderim,” Councillor Ted Hungerford said.

“This year I am very pleased to announce the delivery of the intersection upgrade at Power Road and Dixon Road, Buderim. Once completed, this project will be a game-changer for nearby residents, especially those in the retirement village who have great difficulty entering and exiting during traffic chaos.

“We are also investing $1.2 million in stormwater upgrades throughout Buderim at Cornmeal Creek, Illawong Street and Glenmount Road.”

Division 7 highlights:

  • Stringybark Road footbridge pathway and active transport link, Sippy Downs* $5,800,000
  • Power Road Stage 1 upgrade intersection, Buderim $5,800,000
  • Petrie Creek Road shoulder widening from Paynters Creek Road to Celestine Place, Rosemount $1,310,800
  • Cornmeal Creek Riparian, Buderim $585,000
  • Illawong Street headwall rehabilitation, Buderim $300,000
  • Glenmount Road stormwater rehabilitation, Buderim $280,000
  • Black Spot Mons Road upgrade signs, Forest Glen+ $268,000
  • Ballinger Sports Complex upgrade internal roads and parking, Buderim $250,000
  • Ash Park public amenities construction, Diddillibah $200,000
  • Martins Creek Bushland Reserve trail and bridge, Buderim $164,000
  • Bell Road pathway construction, Buderim $111,400
  • Planning for Goshawk Boulevard Buderim Link, Buderim $100,000
  • Maroochydore Multi Sports facility sports field lighting, Maroochydore $90,000
  • Gloucester Road boardwalk, Buderim $80,000
  • Kuluin Neighbourhood Park static fitness equipment, Kuluin $70,000
  • Pedestrian pathway Buderim Village Park, Buderim $66,000
  • Cod Hole Park playground and access Stage 2, Maroochydore $60,000
  • Buderim Pump Track, Buderim $60,000
  • Whites Lookout bollard run and park name sign renewal, Buderim $50,000
  • Parsons Road pathway continuation survey and design next section, Forest Glen $50,000
  • Buderim Forest Park picnic tables and seat renewal, Buderim $40,000
  • Stringybark Road small footbridge construction, Buderim $20,000
  • McArthur Park G-pod spinner renewal, Kuluin $10,000
  • Continuation of staged removal of Camphor Laurels on Martins Creek, Buderim $10,000


Coolum Beach, Marcoola, Maroochydore, Mount Coolum, Mudjimba, Pacific Paradise, Point Arkwright, Twin Waters, Yaroomba

Pathway improvements and pedestrian safety upgrades in Mudjimba, Maroochydore and Coolum, sprucing up Maroochydore’s Ocean Street and bringing the Marcoola Master Plan to life are Division 8 highlights.

“I’ve hit the ground running to make sure this budget delivers practical outcomes for local people,” Councillor Taylor Bunnag said.

“I’m really looking forward to seeing a range of initiatives progress, including the Ocean Street placemaking renewal, which aims to enhance an important regional cultural destination for food, dining and live music.

“Marcoola Beach Streetscape renewal has received $150,000 for street trees, more accessible pathways and a street art initiative thanks to valuable community feedback.”

Division 8 highlights:

  • School Road drainage upgrade Stage 1, Maroochydore $1,000,000
  • Maroochy Waters Drive revetment wall renewal, Maroochydore $350,000
  • Wright Street pipe rehabilitation and road reconfiguration, Maroochydore $300,000
  • Active Transport walking network infrastructure, Mudjimba $264,400
  • Wattlebird Drive North pathway renewal, Twin Waters $205,000
  • Power Memorial Park renew play equipment, Mudjimba+ $200,000
  • Ocean Street placemaking renewal, Maroochydore $200,000
  • Marcoola Beach streetscape renewal, Marcoola $150,000
  • Bimini Drive pathway construction from Warran Road, Yaroomba $130,000
  • Duporth Avenue streetscapes – major, Maroochydore $95,000
  • Tinnanbar Park Playground shade sails, Sunshine Cove $80,000
  • Marcoola Esplanade car parking upgrade, Marcoola $70,000
  • Mudjimba Beach township entry statement, Mudjimba $60,000
  • Ridge Road Pathway, Maroochydore $55,000
  • South Coolum Road Footpath, detailed design, Coolum Beach $50,000
  • Marcoola Reserve netball and basketball hoops installation, Marcoola $50,000
  • Glen Retreat Park Merchants Parade shelters and lighting, Marcoola $30,000
  • Wilkins Park public consultation for future improvements, Pacific Paradise $15,000
  • Eliza Peatling Park lighting, Pacific Paradise $5,000
The new suspension bridge over Horseman Creek at Lake Weyba.


Bli Bli, Coolum Beach, Doonan, Marcoola, Maroochy River, Mount Coolum, Pacific Paradise, Peregian Beach, Peregian Springs, Valdora, Verrierdale, Weyba Downs, Yandina Creek

Scenic trails, picturesque parks and projects to entice the community to be healthy and active outdoors are among the key inclusions for Division 9.

“Whether you’d like to take a leisurely walk, enjoy a family picnic, or challenge yourself with a more rigorous activity like mountain biking, there are some exciting projects planned for our local area,” Councillor Maria Suarez said.

Work will begin in September on the upgrade to Lions and Norrie Job Park, Coolum Beach, with almost $1.6 million allocated to a new toilet block, barbecue shelter, fitness equipment, pathways and timber pedestrian bridge and landscaping.

“Excitingly, you’ll soon be able to get your hearts thumping on a new pump track in the park, with $150,000 going towards a concept design,” she said.

“And spending a day on the Maroochy River will become easier with plans underway for a new boat ramp at Mount Coolum.”

Division 9 highlights:

  • Nambour Landfill and Recovery Resource Centre design and construction, Bli Bli $9,000,000
  • Lakewood Drive and Monak Road gravel road upgrade, Peregian Beach $1,742,800
  • Lions and Norrie Job Park shower deck renewal, landscape plan and upgrades, Coolum Beach+ $1,248,000
  • North Arm Yandina Creek Road seal widening, Yandina Creek $1,025,000
  • Emu Mountain Road pathway construction, Coolum Beach $822,200
  • Camp Flat Road upgrade Stage 3 and Stage 4, Bli Bli* $800,000
  • Petrie Creek Riparian, Bli Bli $544,100
  • Doonan Creek Environmental Reserve visitor plan, Verrierdale $515,000
  • Ridgeview Drive and Havana Road West junction provision for pedestrian crossings on all four legs of the junction, Peregian Springs $450,000
  • Lions and Norrie Job Park toilet block, Coolum Beach $345,000
  • Maroochy North Sport and Recreation Precinct (preliminary planning), Bli Bli $250,000
  • Lions and Norrie Job Park pump track design, Coolum $150,000
  • Havana Road East/West lighting infrastructure installation, Coolum Beach $100,000
  • West Coolum boat ramp design and permits, Mount Coolum $100,000
  • Coolum Civic Centre stage lighting rig, Coolum Beach $95,000
  • Wharf Road pathway construction continuation from number 13 Wharf Road to Princess Drive, Bli Bli $76,000
  • Lowes Lookout Stage One pathway Coolum $60,000
  • View Court investigation and design for pathway construction from Kirrawood Court down to the traffic Island outside number 28 View Court, Maroochy River $40,000
  • Avocado Park fence, naming sign, tunnel and recreation edging renewal, Bli Bli $26,000
  • The Avenue and Doral Drive new pathway corner, Peregian Springs $24,000
  • Nottingham Lane Park Playground, shelter, picnic tables and barbecue renewals, Peregian Springs $12,000


Belli Park, Bridges, Burnside, Coes Creek, Coolabine, Cooloolabin, Dulong, Eerwah Vale, Eumundi, Gheerulla, Highworth, Image Flat, Kenilworth, Kiamba, Kidaman Creek, Kulangoor, Kureelpa, Mapleton, Nambour, Ninderry, North Arm, Obi Obi, Parklands, Perwillowen, Rosemount, Towen Mountain, Yandina

Almost $14 million is being invested in Division 10 in a mix of projects as diverse and valuable as its hinterland communities.

“From a multimillion-dollar investment in our major town hubs of Eumundi and Nambour, to significant funds towards gravel road upgrades and improving our parks and playgrounds, this is a major boost for our entire division,” Councillor David Law said.

“Eumundi streetscape improvements, gravel road upgrades, ongoing revitalisation of Nambour town centre, and a long list of parks and facilities upgrades throughout the division are among the highlights.

“The Nambour Showgrounds, one of our community’s major assets, will receive more than $1 million for continued improvements with an amenity upgrade and electrical infrastructure renewal.”

Division 10 highlights:

  • Eumundi Town Centre Placemaking Stage 1, Eumundi $3,354,000
  • North Arm Road gravel road upgrade, North Arm $1,915,000
  • Nambour Administration Precinct, Nambour $1,800,000
  • Quota Memorial Park foot bridge and pathways, Nambour $1,000,000
  • Nambour Showgrounds amenity upgrade, Nambour $930,000
  • Nambour Namba Place Revitalisation Project, Nambour $700,000
  • Ferntree Creek Road gravel road upgrade, Kulangoor $574,700
  • Eumundi Market In-ground electrical infrastructure renewal, Eumundi $550,000
  • Kiamba Road Bridge replacement, Kiamba $336,000
  • Bonney Park amenity renewal, Kidaman Creek $300,000
  • Kirbys Road Environmental Reserve visitor access infrastructure, Obi Obi $245,000
  • Hospital Road bridge guardrail and balustrade, Nambour $200,000
  • Kenilworth Town Centre pathways renewal and place improvements, Kenilworth $200,000
  • Con and Olive Daetz Park spring toy, edging, slide renewal, Nambour $185,000
  • Tea Tree Park fenced dog off-leash area construction, Yandina $140,000
  • Carroll Street (State High School) pathway and kerb renewal, Nambour $110,000
  • Kulangoor Cemetery development Stage 2 and children’s memorial, Kulangoor $107,600
  • Dick Caplick Park playground rickety bridge renewal, Eumundi $100,000
  • Cope Street to Webster Road storm water upgrades, Nambour $100,000
  • Kenilworth town park playground fence renewal, Kenilworth $70,000
  • Contribution to Mapleton basketball/netball half court construction, Mapleton $70,000
  • Nambour Aquatic 25 m pool shelter, Nambour $50,000
  • Nambour Showgrounds tennis court underpinning, Nambour $50,000
  • Stevens Street carpark design, Yandina $50,000
  • Cilento Park trail renewal and signage, Nambour $40,000

* Funded by the Queensland Government in association with Sunshine Coast Council

** Funded by the Queensland Government and Australian Government in association with Sunshine Coast Council

+ Funded by the Australian Government in association with Sunshine Coast

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