15 MAY - COUNCIL FLIES THE FLAG FOR INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY
Council will raise the Rainbow Pride flag this week as a show of support for inclusion and diversity within the Scenic Rim community.
15 MAY - GEAR UP FOR BUSINESS GROWTH ACCELERATOR WORKSHOP
Council is partnering with the Beaudesert Chamber of Commerce to help local business operators put the pedal to the metal and accelerate their growth. The free Business Growth Accelerator Workshop on Thursday 8 June aims to help local business operators achieve growth and better manage their growth and time.
12 MAY - FEDERAL BUDGET 2017 IS A WIN FOR SCENIC RIM
An $8.4 billion commitment to bankroll the Inland Rail project is among the big ticket wins for Scenic Rim in this year's Federal Budget, according to Mayor Greg Christensen. The nation-building rail project, linking Melbourne and Brisbane via an inland network comprising new and existing track, had cemented Bromelton's position as a nationally significant freight and logisitics hub.
12 MAY - FUNDING TO FRAME VISION FOR SPORT AND REC CORRIDOR
Council has received a grant from the Queensland Government to support the development of a master plan for Jubilee Park and the future Spring Creek parkland and recreation corridor in Beaudesert.
12 MAY - COUNCIL'S OWN GAMES TEAM IS GOING FOR GOLD
As the countdown continues to the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Council's own Games team is going for gold. The 2018 Readiness Reference Group, comprising community representatives from across the region, is working to ensure the Scenic Rim capitalises on the golden opportunities presented by the Games.
11 MAY - FIRES ON TOP OF MOUNTAINS PROJECT IGNITES 2018 GAMES EXCITEMENT
A multi-faceted community arts activation is set to ignite excitement across the Scenic Rim in the countdown to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.The Fires on Top of Mountains program will celebrate and showcase the culture, unique identity and stories of the Scenic Rim and draw the community together.
10 MAY - HEALTHY AND ACTIVE PROGRAM THE BIGGEST AND BEST YET
Council's 2017 Be Healthy and Active program has been the biggest and best yet, with Scenic Rim residents of all ages and abilities making the most of free and low-cost activities ranging from abseiling to Zumba.
27 APRIL - RAILWAY STREET REVITALISATION UNWRAPPED IN BOONAH
A makeover of Boonah's Railway Street precinct enjoyed its big reveal just in time for the influx of holiday and long weekend crowds. The revitalisation of Railway Street is the first project delivered as part of the town centre master planning process undertaken in Boonah, Beaudesert and Tamborine Mountain under Council's Vibrant and Active Towns and Villages initiative.
2 MAY - CUTTING-EDGE TECH VAPORISES CYCLONE'S LEGACY
In what is belived to be an Australian first, Scenic Rim Regional Council has deployed technology at its Bromelton landfill to manage excess leachate and stormwater following ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
5 MAY - FREE MOVIES IN THE PARK
To celebrate National Families Week, come along and enjoy a free family-friendly movie under the Scenic Rim stars on: 13 May at Tamborine Mountain Sports Complex; 20 May at Boonah Sports Complex and 27 May at Jubilee Park, Beaudesert.