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About the Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation Project

Find out about the different stages of the Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation Project.

Aerial plan of Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation which is being undertaken in four stages.

Aerial plan of Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation which is being undertaken in four stages.

Sunshine Coast Council is investing in the future of Mooloolaba with a major foreshore revitalisation project to create more beachfront parkland, new community facilities, improve access to the beach and foreshore and enhance coastal protection for the benefit of residents, visitors and businesses.

The Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation Project is an outcome of the 2015 Master Plan. It represents the largest single investment in community parkland, facilities and coastal protection at this popular local and tourism precinct in 25 years.

It is a project required now to renew ageing community infrastructure for one of the Sunshine Coast’s most important tourism destinations and will become increasingly important in preparation for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Brisbane 2032. 

Project timeline

Stage 1, Northern Parkland Completed June 2022

This includes one hectare of revitalised parkland incorporating a raised boardwalk, viewing areas, a playground, accessible coastal pathways, new public amenities, undercover barbeque areas, seating and landscaping.

Stage 2, Central Meeting Place and the Southern Parkland seawall– Construction is expected to start by mid-2024. 

The next stage of the foreshore’s revitalisation includes new flowing viewing decks, community parkland and picnic areas, expansive landscaping, public amenities including Changing Places toilet facility, beach showers, terraced seawall and a broad, accessible coastal pathway.

Future stages, Southern Parkland and the Central Parkland – A timeframe or sequencing has not been determined for these stages.

This Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation Project received funding from the Australian Government.

Where to from here?

To assist with sharing two-way information, insights and ideas about the endorsed project, Council has established two community reference groups:

  • a Community Stakeholder Interest Group
  • a Business Activation Group

More information about the process, groups and meeting updates can be found on the Expression of Interest website

For information about the foreshore revitalisation including the history of community engagement and construction timeframe see Frequently Asked Questions

Project updates 

To keep up to date on the project as it progresses subscribe for emailed updates.

Stage 1 updates

Contact the project team 

Make sure you keep up-to-date on the Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation Project as it progresses, by subscribing for email updates.

To contact the project team, please email: [email protected]