Community, camping and sporting facilities review

Council's strategic review of community, camping and sporting facilities

Scenic Rim Regional Council has completed the community consultation stage of its review of Council's community, camping and sporting facilities.

Between 23 February and 14 May 2021, Council sought input from key stakeholders including local clubs, organisations, schools, tourism operators and other user groups to understand the current and future needs of the region to accommodate population growth, development projection and increase in visitors to the Scenic Rim.

This review will help establish a shared vision for the next five to 10 years for the future maintenance, upgrade and development of the region's diverse offering of outdoor sporting facilities, pools, skate facilities, community halls, historical villages and camping facilities.

For consideration:

  • What are the needs of people using these facilities?
  • How can Council enhance what is already on offer?
  • Are infrastructure upgrades required?
  • Are more community, camping and sports facilities needed?
  • Are there environmentally sustainable solutions?

Council worked with external specialist ROSS Planning to consult with and gather feedback from community members and key stakeholders with a variety of online surveys and by hosting information gathering events at the Beaudesert Markets, Tamborine Mountain Makers Market, Tamborine Mountain State School Markets, Boonah Markets, Kooralbyn Markets and the Canungra Village Markets.

Information gathered during community consultation will inform the drafting of three new Council strategies:

  • Community Facilities Strategy
  • Camping Facilities Strategy
  • Sports Facilities Strategy.

These strategies will be available for further community consultation towards the end of 2021.

If you require further information please contact Council on 5540 5111 or email


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