Cr Baberowski - upgrades, community group showcase and public transport future
  • Tuesday 08 June 2021

Upgrade works underway across our country towns

Trailhead: This month, works will start on installing a trailhead sign and wayfinding bollards in Glass House Mountains township. You’ll see a new trailhead map sign outside the train station, that will feature information about the mountains and Mt.Ngungun, and a map guiding residents and visitors to the base of the mountain. There’ll also be 10 directional wayfinding bollards installed along Coonowrin Road.

Pathways & Intersection: The pathway works on Old Gympie Road and Roberts Road, Beerwah are complete. Fullertons Road pathway Glasshouse is underway as well as the intersection upgrade at Old Gympie Rd and Coonowrin Road. Thanks to pedestrians and motorists for your cooperation and understanding during these works.

Community Groups Showcase

With construction works on the Beerwah library extension progressing well towards a building completion in late June (subject to weather and site conditions), I’m delighted that the local community have suggested that a subsequent official opening of the facility could coincide with an expo of sorts, showcasing many of our wonderful community groups operating throughout our townships. There are many new residents who would certainly benefit from being able to discover what community groups and interests we have! Do you have any ideas that could add to an opening event? We’d really like to hear your thoughts. Contact my office via division1@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au or call 5420 8987.

Don’t forget to have your say on our public transport future

How do you imagine we should move around the region in the future? If you missed the Beerwah Library Sunshine Coast Mass Transit pop-up session last week, it’s still not too late to take the opportunity to chat with the project team and or submit your views via the survey on council’s website. Visit council’s website for details on all the engagement activities and to have your say on public transport options before June 22.