- Last updated:
- 23 Jan 2023
The 2032 Sunshine Coast Legacy Plan Community Reference Group (CRG) will help shape the region’s legacy plan arising from council being a key delivery partner in the 2032 Games.
Established in early 2022 and chaired by two-time Paralympian and USC Public Health Lecturer Dr Bridie Kean, the group met on several occasions to develop a Games legacy vision and aspirations for our future generations, 10 years before during and after. This is our 10+10+ Vision.
The Community Reference Group comprises 16 community representatives with Sunshine Coast Council represented by Mayor Mark Jamieson and Councillor Maria Suarez. The community representatives cover a wide range of interests which include First Nations; People with a Disability; Sport and Recreation; Business, Arts and Culture; Tourism and Events; Young People; Environment; and Education.
2032 Sunshine Coast Legacy Plan Community Reference Group members:
- Dr Bridie Kean (Chair)
- Mayor Mark Jamieson and Cr Maria Suarez (Sunshine Coast Council)
- Blake Cochrane (Olympians/Paralympians)
- Chris van der Pol (Environment and Sustainability)
- Stan Garland (Business and Industry)
- Matt Stoeckel (Tourism and Events)
- Michelle Phillips (Community)
- Skye Parker (Arts and Culture)
- Mark Henricks (Sport and Active Recreation)
- Lisa Edwards (People with a Disability)
- Dr Peter English (Education and Research)
- Brian Warner (Kabi Kabi – First Nations representative)
- Zeitha Jalamala Murphy (Jinibara – First Nations representative)
- Emma Josey (Youth)
- Ashley Robinson, Danny Salzke and Peter Saba (Sunshine Coast venue delivery partners)
The Sunshine Coast 10+10+ Vision, launched on 24 January 2023, will guide the region’s engagement with other levels of government, the private and community sectors and Games partners.
You can contact this group by email at SCLegacyPlan@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.