A new panel to provide Noosa River management advice to Noosa Council and Maritime Safety Queensland (MSQ) held its first meeting yesterday.
Civil works for the Rufous St Community House at Peregian Beach are underway for the construction of the $3 million facility.
Modern new amenities, complete with family bathrooms and additional unisex toilets await guests at Boreen Point Campground from today.
If you’d rather hunt for Easter eggs than car parks this Easter, then Go Noosa’s Free holiday buses are for you.
Noosa Mayor Clare Stewart has called for calm as masks are made mandatory as part of new COVID-19 restrictions imposed on Queensland.
Council is calling for feedback on a draft Climate Change Response Plan for the shire.
Noosa Council has successfully received an extension to hit pause on its completion of the Coastal Hazards Adaptation Plan (CHAP).
Council this week ratified a masterplan for the Noosa Trail Network. It comes as work is set to begin on upgrades to the Pomona-to-Cooran Trail.
A new local law Council has proposed to manage short-stay letting and home-hosted accommodation in Noosa Shire will be open for public comment from April 9.
Noosa Council CEO Brett de Chastel has welcomed the final outcome of a tribunal investigation into former councillor Jess Glasgow.
Council has called for tenders from businesses keen to operate on, and adjacent to, Main Beach.
Noosa councillors are hitting the road again with their Councillor Community Chat sessions on Friday 19 March.
Real time imagery has played a pivotal role in dealing with a significant feral pig problem at Noosa’s Northshore Landing strip.
Noosa Mayor Clare Stewart calls on Kin Kin Quarry operator Cordwell Resources to rethink its decision to send trucks through Cooran during school peak periods.
Noosa Council presents Climate Week from March 21 to 28. The week-long calendar of activities will showcase the community’s efforts to reduce emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change.