The Blue Heart Sunshine Coast is an area in the Maroochy River catchment that contains important features and acts as a critical flood storage.
Discover how this exciting plan aims to activate and encourage new investment in the central business district of Caloundra. Planning for the area includes a new district library, new regional gallery, new town square, streetscape works and expanded open space connecting Bulcock Beach through to The Events Centre.
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The taskforce aims to drive economic growth and innovation in the Caloundra CBD.
Kawana Waters is the name given broadly to an area of 1,613 hectares between Currimundi Creek and the Mooloolah River.
The development of the Maroochydore city centre will establish Maroochydore as the major economic and employment centre of the Sunshine Coast.
A significant sand resource to be used for construction material, identified as Precinct RUR1 under the Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme 2014.
The Nambour centre activation project (NCAP) will guide the activation of the Nambour centre area in relation to the future use of council’s assets, placemaking and streetscaping works.
The Palmview community covers an area of 926 hectares to the south of Chancellor Park, Sippy Downs. The area extends to the Bruce Highway to the west, Sippy Creek and Mooloolah National Park to the north.
Council is deploying a range of innovative technologies to deliver social and economic benefits for our region and communities.
Sunshine Coast's future transport infrastructure projects.
Sunshine Coast Airport’s significance to the region has been recognised by the declaration of the airport as a Priority Development Area under the Economic Development Act 2012.
In our Sunshine Coast Biosphere, we celebrate people and nature.
The new business and technology precinct will drive economic growth and generate sustainable and high value employment opportunities in the Sippy Downs and Palmview area.
The new city hall is located in the heart of the Maroochydore city centre, it is designed and built for the community.
The vision to create an “ecological wonder” and restore a pasture site to rainforest and wetland ecosystems is now a step closer to reality thanks to the endorsement of the Sunshine Coast Ecological Park Master Plan.
Proposed convention and exhibition facility located in the heart of Maroochydore city centre.
The Sunshine Coast public transport project aims to provide a sleek and modern rapid transit system as the backbone of the region's future public transport network.