A vibrant new Community and Creative Hub is envisioned for Caloundra – a place where arts, community and creativity can come alive.
Thinking about what Caloundra of the future might look like, the proposed hub will create a community precinct linking The Events Centre, new district library, Caloundra Regional Gallery and a new town square through to Bulcock Beach.
Now is the opportunity to share your ideas and feedback on this proposal for the Caloundra central business area.
“Creating a vibrant new town square, supported by new community, civic, and commercial development, will help to build on Caloundra’s existing strengths in business, arts, culture, education, health, sport and aviation,” Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson said.
“As the Sunshine Coast continues to grow into a healthy, smart and creative region, it is projects like Create Caloundra which will continue to attract residents and visitors to the area, thanks to its natural beauty and the relaxed, community-oriented lifestyle it offers.
“So we are keen to hear the community’s thoughts to help Create Caloundra respond to the needs of current and future generations.”
Divisional Councillor Terry Landsberg said the Community and Creative Hub provided an exciting opportunity for the Sunshine Coast to celebrate what we love most about Caloundra.
“We want to know how it should look and feel,” Cr Landsberg said.
“We want Sunshine Coast residents and visitors to share what activities and events they want to experience here.
The community can take the survey on council’s ‘Have Your Say’ website at haveyoursay.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au or call 0488 844 121, day or night, to leave feedback to a pre-recorded survey. The feedback period closes on 7 December 2020.