The dust didn’t have time to settle on the floor of the Brolga’s new workshop and theatre space before Wicked things started happening.
Volunteers are again delivering books and other items to housebound library members and helping with other tasks around Fraser Coast Libraries as COVID restrictions have eased.
Fraser Coast Regional Council has released the ‘Building Better Neighbourhoods’ roadmap to chart the course for improving the region’s planning scheme.
Artists across Australia will have the opportunity to exhibit in a revamped Hervey Bay Regional Gallery as part of a biennial ‘Fraser Coast National Art Prize’ being developed by Council.
Fraser Coast residents will have safer and smoother journeys as a result of more than $815,000 worth of roadworks and drainage projects starting throughout the region this week.
Council will provide more than $52,000 in grants to help seven local community groups improve their facilities and to support nine community events.
Fraser Coast Regional Council has adopted a new strategy to drive its commitment to plant 100,000 trees by 2030.
Fraser Coast motorists travelling through one of Hervey Bay’s busiest intersections will now have a safer and smoother journey.
A Hervey Bay Character Study has revealed the city has many examples of distinctive Queensland architecture and building styles.
Four Fraser Coast heritage properties will be improved with the support of Council grants aimed at maintaining the heritage value and character of local streetscapes.
The new water play area and all-abilities playground at Anzac Park in Maryborough will be named ‘SplashSide’.
A pedestrian bridge in Howard will be named after the builder of the original structure and the woodchop arena at the Maryborough Showgrounds will be named after a prominent local axeman.
A structurally unsound, flood damaged building in Maryborough’s Queens Park will be demolished with the site to be reinstated as park land.
Fraser Coast Regional Council will sign up to a special charter to support small businesses to be prosperous and sustainable.
Wynnum Manly Seagulls bring their Intrust Super Cup clash with the Papua New Guinea Hunters to Maryborough’s Eskdale Park on 31 July.