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:

  • There are no capital projects underway at this time.

  • Location: Black Mountain Road
    Project details:

    $1.2 million of safety improvements on Black Mountain Road will commence shortly. The project is planned to be complete mid-2020, weather permitting.

    The work will include localised widening, new pavement and additional signage.

    Motorists are encouraged to allow more travel time and observe temporary traffic measures to ensure motorist and worker safety.

    Start date: First half of 2020
    Duration: Project to be completed by mid-2020, weather permitting
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  • Location: Hector Street and Tewah Road, Boreen Point
    Project details:

    Preparation work is continuing in Hector Street and Tewah Road, Boreen Point. This work involves sealing Hector Street and Tewah Road and, the replacement of kerb and channel at the Woongar Street end of Hector Street.

    Traffic control measures will be in place during the work to ensure th safety of motorists and workers.

    Start date: 27 April 2020
    Duration: 2 weeks
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  • There are no capital projects underway at this time.

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  • There are no capital projects underway at this time.

  • 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: Emerald Street
    Project:

    The loading zone at the Maple Lane and Emerald Street intersection is set to be relocated to allow deliveries to multiple Cooroy businesses and maintained visibility of the pedestrian crossing.

    The loading zone will be moved to where currently there are 3 x 10 minute car park spaces and one disabled park space. The disabled parking space will be relocated to in front of the chemist.

    Start date: May 2020
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  • There are no capital projects underway at this time.

  • There are no capital projects underway at this time.

  • There are no capital projects underway at this time.

  • Location: There are no capital works projects in this location at this time.

     

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  • Location: Claude Batten Drive and Hastings Street
    Project:

    Contractors will soon commence road resurfacing work on Claude Batten Drive and Hastings Street, from the Spit to Park Road, Noosa Heads. No parking will be available to residents and visitors at these locations during the work.

    Claude Batten Drive - Tuesday, 19 May to Thursday, 21 May, 6.30am to 6.30pm

    Hastings Street - Monday, 25 May to Friday, 29 May, 6.30am to 6.30pm

    Hastings Street / Park Road roundabout (night works) - Sunday, 31 May to Wednesday, 3 June, 6.30pm to 6.30am

    Start date: 19 May 2020
    Duration: 2 weeks, weather permitting
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    Location: Eenie Creek Road
    Project:

    Contractors will undertake pavement investigations on a section of Eenie Creek Road, between Noosa Springs Drive overpass and Monks Bridge.

    To minimise disruptions to traffic, the work will commence at 4pm and continue into the evening.

    Start date: 25 May, 2020
    Duration: 1 night, weather permitting
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  • Location: Noosa North Shore

    Duration:

    North shore campground plan

    The Noosa North Shore Campground is taking bookings from Friday, 20 December 2019 for the first visitors on 20 January 2020.

    There are over 40 powered sites, nearly 50 unpowered camp sites, a new camp kitchen, beach showers and improved access to the iconic beachfront.

    Start date: April 2019
    Duration: December 2019
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  • Location: Gympie Terrace Stormwater & Corridor Upgrade
    Project details:

    As part of Noosa Council's renewal of vital stormwater infratstructure, culberts and pipes are being replaced at five locations on Gympie Terrace between Robert Street and Ely Park/Pelican Beach Park.

    The project includes road corridor renewal between Cloudsley and Albert streets providing dedicated on-road cycle lanes, pedestrian crossing improvements, and asphalt overlay.

    Start date: February 2020
    Duration: Project to be completed by late June 2020, weather permitting
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    Location: Hilton Terrace bus stop number 301762
    Project details: Council’s contractors will commence construction of a disability compliant bus stop in Hilton Terrace, Noosaville shortly. The bus stop will be upgraded with new kerb and channel to provide improved disabled access to the bus.
    Start date: 15 June 2020
    Duration: 5 days, weather permitting
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  • Location: Peregian Beach Amenities Construction
    Project overview:

    Asphalt pavement maintenance repairs will commence soon at two intersections on David Low Way, Peregian Beach.

    To minimise the impact on the community this work will be undertaken between the hours of 6pm and 12am (midnight) on Thursday, 16 April 2020 at the following locations:

    • the intersection of David Low way and Lowry Street, Peregian
    • a small section of David Low way north of Lowry St,
    • David Low Way between Lowry Street and Mahogany Drive.
    Start date: 16 April 2020
    Duration: One night, weather permitting
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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: Rufous Street - water & sewer main upgrades
    Project details:

    Work will commence shortly to upgrade the existing water & sewer main infrastructure at the Rufous Street Community House site.

    Work required includes construction of a new water main and reinstatement of the disturbed work site.

    Start date: May 2019
    Duration: 6 weeks, weather permitting
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  • Location: Factory Street
    Project details:

    Council’s contractors will commence construction of a disability compliant bus stop in Factory Street, Pomona.

    The Factory Street, Pomona bus stop number 302167 will be upgraded to include:

    • a new concrete boarding platform;
    • a new bus stop seat;
    • a new bicycle hoop; and
    • signage.
    Start date: 25 May, 2020
    Duration: Seven working days, weather permitting
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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: Seaview Terrace
    Projec6details:

    Work is set to commence to replace the kerb and channel in the cul-de-sac head in Seaview Terrace, Sunshine Beach. The project will see the existing damaged kerb and channel removed and replaced including the crossovers on the existing driveways. The work will be staged to allow residents to maintain access to their properties.

     

    Start date: 1 May 2020
    Duration: 2 weeks, weather permitting
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  • There are no capital projects underway at this time.

  • 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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    Location: Fairway Drive and Furness Drive
    Project details:

    Council’s contractors will commence construction of a disability compliant bus stop on Fairway Drive and Furness Drive, Tewantin.

    Each bus stop will be upgraded to include:

    • a new concrete boarding platform;
    • a new bus stop seat;
    • a new bicycle hoop; and
    • signage.
    Start date:

    Fairway Drive,18 May 2020

    Furness Drive, 25 May 2020

    Duration: 5 working days in each location, weather permitting
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    Location: Griffith Avenue bus stop number 302208
    Project:

    Council’s contractors will commence construction of a disability compliant bus stop in Griffith Avenue, Tewantin shortly. The stop will be upgraded to include a new concrete boarding platform, a new bus shelter and bin, new bicycle hoops and signage.

    Start date: 8 June, 2020
    Duration: 5 days, weather permitting
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