Following Phase One of Community Engagement, council is now preparing design concepts for the next stage of the Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation project, the Central Meeting Place.
Design concepts will be presented to the community later this year for further feedback as part of Phase Two Community Engagement,Stay up to date and register for future engagement by visiting the project’s website.
Stage One of the Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation project, the Northern Parkland, is now complete and open for the community to enjoy.
The next stage is the Central Meeting Place which is located near the Brisbane Road entry point along the Mooloolaba foreshore. It will be a place where our community can arrive, meet, gather, celebrate and connect with nature and each other.
For more information on each phase of the Community Engagement process, please visit the project webpage.
The multiple stage Mooloolaba Foreshore Revitalisation (MFR) project is guided by the Placemaking Mooloolaba Master Plan endorsed by council in December 2015. The detailed design, which evolved from the Master Plan, was released to the community in August 2019.
This exciting project is increasing public beachfront parkland by 40 per cent and providing new community spaces, enhanced family facilities and accessible amenities - all of which aim to celebrate the natural and inclusive Sunshine Coast way of life.
Combined with significant revegetation, new planting and protection of the foreshore, the project will deliver major economic benefit to Mooloolaba and further position the famous esplanade as a world-class destination for locals and visitors.
Where to from here
Design concepts for the Central Meeting Place will be presented to the community later this year.
The concepts will consider all community and stakeholder feedback received from the Phase One of community engagement, together with a range of other design considerations, including engineering reports, climate change factors, the location of existing mature trees and services, and other critical factors.
Construction is anticipated in 2023/2024, pending further community engagement outcomes, design development processes, relevant authority approvals, and funding.
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