Work in Progress

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Some projects/roadworks may take a bit longer than anticipated to complete due to extended periods of rain, or contractors being unavailable. Current capital improvement projects are listed here. Other minor capital projects may also be underway.

View the adopted 2019/2020 Capital Works Program [4.5MB].

Choose the suburb or area to see all work being undertaken in that area:

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  • Location: Hinterland Playground
    Project:

    Noosa Council is creating a nature-based, all-abilities destination that will inspire the imagination of children and adults alike.

    This iconic destination will encourage more visitors to the hinterland, with the added bonus of creating employment opportunities and helping to boost the local economy.

    Start date: End of 2020
    Duration: Mid 2021
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    Location: Mary River Road
    Project:

    Contractors will soon commence road-resurfacing work on Mary River Road from Lower Mill road to the Bruce highway Overpass Bridge.

    The roads will remain open, however residents are asked to avoid parking on the street. Hours of work will be Monday to Friday 6.30am to 6.30pm

    Start date: 17 August, 2020
    Duration: 8 days, weather permitting
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    Location: Pine Street
    Project:

    Contractors will soon commence road-resurfacing work on Pine Street between Mary River Road and Garnet Street.

    The roads will remain open, however residents are asked to avoid parking on the street. Hours of work will be Monday to Friday 6.30am to 6.30pm

    Start date: 19 August, 2020
    Duration: 2 days, weather permitting
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    ocation: Maple Street
    Project:

    Contractors will soon commence road-resurfacing work on Maple Street from Overlander Avenue to the Bruce Highway Overpass Bridge.

    The roads will remain open, however residents are asked to avoid parking on the street. Hours of work will be Monday to Friday 6.30am to 6.30pm

    Start date: 27 August, 2020
    Duration: 2 days, weather permitting
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  • Location: David Low Way
    Project:

    Contractors will be conducting geotechnical testing on the Marcus Creek road culvert on David Low Way, Marcus Beach. Testing work is expected to take five hours, weather permitting.

    A single lane closure will be in place on David Low Way between Marcus Dunes Court and Mahogany Drive. Motorists travelling between Peregian Beach and Sunshine Beach are encouraged to use the Sunshine Motorway to avoid delays.

    Start date: 12 August 2020
    Duration: 9.30am to 3.30pm Wednesday, 12 August 2020
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  • Location: Rufous Street - Stage 3
    Project overview:

    In 2014 Noosa Council purchased the old Peregian Bowls Club site to combine with existing community spaces and create a Rufous Street Community Precinct. Council will progressivley develop the site in stages.

    Following on from the success of the first stages, Council received additional funding from the Federal and State Governments to complete Stage 3 of the Rufous Street Masterplan. Work on Stage 3 has commenced with the civil works. The total project value is $5.2m.

    Start date: Civil works commenced
    Duration: 18 months
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  • Location: Orealla Crescent Bridge replacement
    Project:

    Noosa Council is replacing the Orealla Crescent Bridge on David Low Way at Sunrise Beach after regular inspections as part of Council’s ongoing infrastructure maintenance program revealed an increased level of deterioration due to exposure to salt-laden air.

    The bridge renewal project will improve traffic flow and road conditions for all road users, allowing for two traffic lanes, on-road cycle lanes, and a separated off-road shared pathway.

    Closure of David Low Way will be required while the existing bridge is demolished and new bridge constructed. Local traffic can detour around the bridge site using a two-way route via Tingira Crescent, Sobraon Street and Vernon Street. Reduced speed limits and additional signage will be installed to direct traffic and improve safety.

    All vehicles longer than 8.8m must use the Sunshine Motorway via Eenie Creek Road or Emu Mountain Road. TransLink buses will still operate using the detour.

    Start date: Late May 2020
    Duration: About four months, weather permitting 
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    See the first project news for the latest information.

  • Location: Arakoon Crescent
    Project details:

    Work will commence shortly on linemarking changes and the installation of parking bays in Arakoon Crescent, Sunshine Beach.

    The work is programmed to be completed in July-August 2020.

     

    Duration: July - August 2020
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  • Location: Hilton Terrace
    Project details:

    Work on a $3 million upgrade of Hilton Terrace between the Doonella Bridge and Hilton Esplanade will commence shortly. The project is staged with completion by mid-2020, weather permitting.

    The work will see the construction of a new roundabout at the intersection of Hilton Terrace and Ernest Street and corridor improvements including on-road cycle lane.

    Motorists are encouraged to allow more travel time and to avoid peak hour travel where possible.

    Start date: First half of 2020
    Duration: Project to be completed by mid-2020, weather permitting
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