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A year-long program of cultural, historic and community events is planned across the Scenic Rim to commemorate the Anzac Centenary
The Scenic Rim is a wonderful place to live, work and spend your leisure time. With so much to offer,
Scenic Rim Regional Council aims to help both residents and visitors get the most out of the region.
View Council's weekly roadworks program for the Scenic Rim...
15 MAY - LOCAL TOURISM OPERATORS IN NEW MENTORING PROGRAM
Five tourism operators from the Scenic Rim have been selected to participate in the Australian Green Cauldron's Mentoring Program designed to boost tourism and business potential in the region.
15 MAY - STRONG RESULTS FROM BE HEALTHY & ACTIVE PROGRAM
As the 2015 Be Healthy & Active Program has come to end, it has gone from strength to strength with participants reporting health benefits and overall physical and mental health improvements.
13 MAY - KUDOS FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE COLLABORATION
Council's partnership with the Queensland Government to deliver an expanded range of State services through the Boonah Customer Service Centre has been recognised as a leading example of public sector collaboration.
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11 MAY - ENERGEX AND COUNCIL PARTNER ON TREE PROGRAM
Electricity provider Energex and Scenic Rim Regional Council have partnered on a three-year program to remove and replace trees in conflict with power lines in the Beaudesert town area. A number of tree species currently planted under power lines in Beaudesert are unsuitable for such locations, with their size or height demanding regular and significant pruning by Energex.
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11 MAY - BEAUTIFICATION OF WILLIAM STREET
The beautification of Beaudesert's CBD is soon to be flourishing with the planned landscaping of William Street's business strip underway. The revamp is being delivered under Council's Vibrant Towns and Villages initiative and incorporates the planting of trees along the pavement with timber fence surroundings.
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