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Vital transport upgrades, a new creative community heart for Caloundra’s CBD, and improving club facilities are key priorities for Division 2 in the Sunshine Coast Council 2024-25 Budget. 

Council has announced a series of exciting projects aimed at connecting communities and improving our lifestyle.

Sunshine Coast Council Division 2 Councillor Terry Landsberg said community was at the heart of every decision made in this Budget.

“We have put community first by enhancing public spaces, parks and infrastructure for all,” Cr Landsberg said.

“There are many worthy projects in Division 2 which support our local community.

“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.

“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.

“Locals and visitors can look forward to a new surf lifesaving facility at Kings Beach with $600,000 in funding towards the design of the $3.7 million project.

“Council will spend more than $3.9 million on seawall and stormwater improvements, including $2.9 million for the Moffat Beach seawall stabilisation. Major remediation work is expected to start in mid-2025.

“It’s also great to see Buderim Street to Coondibah Creek receive $1.6 million in funding for storm water improvements as a result of an internal investigation into localised flooding issues within Battery Hill.

“The Caloundra Headland Coastal Pathway receives $63,300 in funding to complete the section at Kings Beach.

“Caloundra City Churches Soccer Club will receive $1.5 million to help improve their clubhouse and fields for their well-attended games."

Sunshine Coast Council’s 2024-25 Budget was adopted on June 20. For detailed information on all Division 2 projects, visit www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/budget.

Division 2 encompasses Battery Hill, Caloundra, Caloundra West, Dicky Beach, Golden Beach, Kings Beach, Little Mountain, Moffat Beach, Pelican Waters, Shelly Beach.

2024–25 Budget Division 2 highlights include:

  • 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

*Proudly funded by the Queensland Government in association with Sunshine Coast Council

Budget 2024-25