Fun Fun Fun

Dec 08, 2017 Ann Lindner Comments ((Disabled))

More exciting tourism projects are on the drawing board for the Sunshine Coast. 

Sunshine Plaza have announced they had lodged a DA for high ropes course as part of the $400 million redevelopment already underway.
Tourism bosses are excited about the innovative mix of adventure entertainment and retail.
Keeping with the theme Aussie World has received council approval for five new rides as part of the expansion of the theme park from 6 hectares to 22 hectares.
Further down the road at Glenview, work is about to start on the $450 million water park along Steve Irwin Way.
Not to be outdone, the Big Pineapple is going to also incorporate a 'Tree Top Challenge' in its redevelopment.
Adding to the success of the Ocean St Entertainment Precinct, Funlab have announced a mega-entertainment precinct at the Big Top shopping centre incorporating a 10 lane bowling alley, an 18-hole mini golf course, cocktail bar and 'escape room'.


Read More
Sunshine Coasts International Airport

Dec 07, 2016 Ann Lindner Comments ((Disabled))

As an early Christmas present the Federal Government has approved a $181 million concessional loan for the Sunshine Coasts International Airport.  ..

Read More
Capturing the Leisure Dollar

Feb 03, 2016 Ann Lindner Comments ((Disabled))

Glamping Comes to the Coast

$10 million buys some serious tents, think 84 sqm with king size beds and alfresco dining. A five-star caravaning and camping resort called Rivershore is underdevelopment at Bli Bli, along the Maroochy River. Looking to attract conference groups to the region with its giant marque and one of the largest heated pools on the coast, bookings are already underway. Best thing is the Project Manager has hired all local trades-persons for the job.

More Leisure Centre News

The Big 4 Forest Glen has had plans approved for a bar, cinema, pool, library and meeting room to add to its current facilities.

Caloundras not missing out

The Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre has had a $7 million makeover. Looking to attract the corporate team building market, the upgrade includes state of the art caving system, indoor climbing wall and self-contained accommodation.



Read More

Recent Posts