In the lead up to National Recycling Week (8-14 November) Council has launched its inaugural Reimagine Waste Poster Competition, as part of its Waste Education Program.
A new children's book that celebrates the local Yugambeh language was officially launched in Beaudesert today.
Music lovers are set to enjoy a night of toe-tapping cabaret entertainment when former Beaudesert student Lizzie Flynn takes to the stage for her upcoming show 'It Takes A Lot Not To End Up Dead'.
Twenty-nine community groups from across the Scenic Rim are set to share in more than $176,000 after receiving funding under Round 1 of Council's Community Grants Program 2021-2022.
Council has adopted a third economic stimulus package that will benefit Scenic Rim businesses and community groups impacted by the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The first draft Major Amendment for the Scenic Rim Planning Scheme 2020 has been endorsed by Council to progress to a State Interest Review.
Scenic Rim Community Disaster Volunteers are now better prepared for when natural disasters strike following training provided by the Australian Red Cross and QFES.
On Citizenship Day, 37 Scenic Rim residents officially became Australian citizens following a citizenship ceremony in Beaudesert.
Swimmers keen to dive into their nearby public pool will soon have the opportunity with Council's pools set to reopen following the winter break..
14 September: Stage 2 of the Lake Moogerah Caravan Park Upgrade will be underway soon to future-proof the facilities for residents and visitors to the Scenic Rim.
If you're involved in health and wellbeing or the arts and cultural services and are passionate about delivering activities that connects Scenic Rim residents, Council wants to hear from you.
8 September: There will be no reason for the kids to complain about being bored these school holidays, with the Scenic Rim Regional Council delivering activities for kids of all ages to enjoy
In response to community feedback, Council has decided that three previously unnamed lots of Council-owned land on Forsythia Drive will be formally named the Tamborine Mountain Botanic Gardens.
7 September: Local farmers, producers, tourism operators, and entertainers impacted by the COVID-19 Greater Brisbane lockdown in July have received a boost thanks to Scenic Rim Regional Council.
6 September: An exhibition that pays tribute to the resilience of the Scenic Rim region following the devastating bushfires that raged across the region during the Black Summer of 2019-2020 has opened