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Well-loved seaside park begins $1.6 million makeover

Following three rounds of community engagement and a community-led new landscape plan, a popular seaside park is about to undergo a $1.6 million transformation. Much-loved and exuding ‘classic’ local character, Lions and Norrie Job Park in Coolum Beach is located between an iconic surf beach and a bustling entertainment strip. Sunshine Coast Council Division 9 […]

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Ferris Wheel returns in spectacular new spot

The Skyline Attractions Ferris Wheel is back for the first time in three years and will be based at Kings Beach Water Fountain, next to the surf club. The towering structure will provide spectacular 360-degree views of Caloundra and the hinterland’s mountains from its 35-metre-high peak until July 21. With 24 gondolas seating up to

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Some local favourite Sunshine Coast parks for honing sporting skills

Our parks play a key role in supporting and encouraging the local community to engage in spots and outdoor activities. Beyond the physical benefits, engaging in outdoor team sports fosters resilience, teamwork and invaluable life skills. Whether it’s basketball, footy, netball, soccer or table tennis, there are endless possibilities to discover at our local parks.

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Bli Bli community set to commemorate special ANZAC Day service

Hundreds of locals are expected to attend a special ANZAC Day ceremony at the Parklakes Bli Bli cenotaph at the Avenue of Honour thanks to the foresight of the estate’s developers along with the incredible work of approximately 100 veterans living within the community. Dan Penman is one of the Halcyon Veterans responsible for the

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‘Volunteering is so special’: Eddie’s field of dreams

Boots thud against the ball, excited parents cheer from the sidelines and ever-watchful referees blow their whistles to ensure a fair game for all. These have been the familiar sounds and sights of local soccer clubs for generations and here on the Sunshine Coast Eddie Muller, 42, has been part of the scene for three

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