Noosa Council’s 2022-23 budget centres on boosting the local economy, protecting our environment and maintaining levels of service for the shire.
The Hinterland Adventure Playground was officially opened today by Noosa Council Mayor Clare Stewart.
Council will negotiate an extension of its partnership with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to allow State Permits to be finalised and reef restoration work to begin.
Noosa Council’s new Economic Development Strategy 2021-2030 aims to deliver a dynamic, resilient economy for future generations.
Visiting Noosa’s Main Beach is a pastime people of all abilities can now enjoy, with the installation of a new beach access mat.
Protecting our natural environment, neighbourhood safety and the importance of local business are considered Noosa’s greatest strengths by those who live, work and visit the shire.
Take advantage of all Noosa has to offer these holidays with the return of Noosa Council’s Go Noosa Holidays transport options.
Noosa residents will enjoy improved community infrastructure and investment in local jobs as part of the South East Queensland (SEQ) City Deal, announced today.
Noosa Council’s signage laws look set to come under the microscope as part of a future councillor workshop.
An excavator and D6 dozer will on Monday boost efforts to remove the remaining washed-up pontoons from Noosa’s beaches.
Stage one of construction to upgrade the Noosa Parade corridor, one of Noosa’s busiest pedestrian and cycle routes, is well under way.