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:

  • Locations: Boreen Parade, RSL Memorial Park Tewantin, Munna Point Toilets Noosaville, Ed Webb Park, Tingira Crescent, Seaview Terrace
    Project:

    Construction will commence shortly to upgrade the six public amenities listed above. This project is a joint initiative of the Queensland Government and Noosa Council.

    Please see the project news for details of the scope of work for each amenities block.

    Start date: The Seaview Terrace upgrade will commence on 21 August 2020
    Duration: One to three weeks for each amenities block
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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: Maple, Emerald and Myall Streets
    Project:

    Road work will soon commence within the Cooroy town centre to complete the following.
    • Maple Street pavement rehabilitation & reseal
    • Maple Street on-street parking reconfiguration
    • Emerald Street road reseal

    Major work will be undertaken during the night between 6pm and 6am to minimise impact to the local businesses and community.

    Duration: The following planned construction dates are subject to progression of works and weather conditions:
    • Maple Street pavement work 13 to15 October
    • Emerald Street road reseal 18 to 21 October
    • Maple Street road reseal 22 to 26 October
    • Myall Street road reseal 27 to 28 October
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    Location: Maple Street
    Project:

    In conjunction with planned pavement rehabilitation works on Maple St, on street car parking will be reconfigured from the current “rear in” parking to “nose in” parking.

    Kerb realignment works have now been completed for the parking reconfiguration.

    Duration:

    The construction program for the remaining works listed below is subject to progression of works and weather conditions.

    • Pavement work 13 to 15 October
    • Road reseal 22 to 26 October
    • Line marking early November
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  • Location: Weyba Road Bridge resurfacing
    Project details:

    Work will soon commence to resurface the Weyba Road Bridge between Noosaville and Noosa Heads.

    The bridge will be closed for the duration of work commencing at 6pm on Sunday, 11 October and reopening at 6am Tuesday, 13 October.

    Detours will be in place with traffic controllers onsite to guide traffic

    Start date: 11 October, 2020
    Duration: 2 days, reopening 6am, Tuesday 13 October
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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: Sobraon Street slope stabilisation
    Project details:

    Recent geotechnical investigations have detected evidence of slope instability within the parkland adjacent to Sobraon Street. This is due to the loose sandy material and the steep topography of the site.
    Council has been closely monitoring the slope for movement and maintained a single lane closure to minimise further movement.

    The project is in the procurement phase with work to start as soon as possible after the awarding of tenders.

    This project is jointly funded under the Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) Program and the Queensland State Government COVID Works for Queensland Program.

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  • Location: Tewantin
    Project details:

    Council is carrying out proactive tree works north of Poinciana Avenue in Tewantin. This work is part of Council's Tree Management Strategy over a four year cycle, on mostly endemic species such as various Eucalypts.  The aim of these works is to ensure that these large valuable trees are healthy, structurally sound with the risk minimised while retaining their value particularly as local wildlife habitat.

    Start date: Early November 2020
    Duration: Project to be completed by late December 2020, weather permitting
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