The new bride connecting Kropp Park and Len Wort Park in Tugun is now open. The five metre wide bridge was opened in September by Mayor Tom Tate and Division 14 Councillor Gail O’Neill. ..
Connecting Southern Gold Coast has a new home. Now located on Level 2 at The Strand at Coolangatta, the new CSGC offices place us directly in the heart of the city’s southern CBD. ..
Connecting Southern Gold Coast’s ‘It’s Coffee Time’ brochure has been reprinted, with copies distributed across the Southern Gold Coast to Information Centres and accommodation houses, providing a comprehensive guide on where to get a caffeine fix throughout the region. ..
Despite dramatic displays of lightning and some rain showers, nothing could dampen the spirit of the Tugun community who came out in force on Saturday for the launch of the annual Tugun Lights Up celebration. The Street Party brought crowds into the heart of Tugun Village, with great support from the traders this year. ..
The Gold Coast Airport has released the 2017 Preliminary Draft Master Plan (PDMP) for public comment. ..
Sadly this month we say farewell to our CSGC Chairman, Michael Tree, who is stepping down at the end of his term. ..
Currumbin's much-anticipated Balter Brewery is set to open its doors to the public in mid-April. Founded by local world champion surfers Mick Fanning, Joel Parkinson, Bede Durbidge and Josh Kerr, the brewery will no doubt be a hit with locals and visitors to the Southern Gold Coast region, keen to sample some of the craft brews from the new state-of-the-art facility in Traders Way. ..
Coolangatta hosted the national fundraiser, Melanoma March, for the second year in a row on Sunday 20 March, 2016, with a turnout of over 250 people pounding the pavement from The Strand at Coolangatta. ..
Currumbin’s newest high profile craft brewery, Balter Brewery, will open its doors next month. Founded by local World Champion surfers Joel Parkinson and Mick Fanning along with surfers Josh Kerr and Bede Durbidge, the brewery is finally set to start pouring to the public in April, after 12 months in the making. ..
The City of Gold Coast has completed engineering works on Greenmount Hill and re-opened the walking track to the public following its closure in June.
Cooly Rocks On has elected a new Management Committee to carry the Festival forward in 2016 and beyond. Outgoing Chair Gail O’Neill has handed over the reins to Jimmy Maxwell, however Gail will continue as Vice Chair. An all new executive has been elected and several new members have joined the committee. ..
Gold Coast Tourism is on track to launch a completely revamped website for visitgoldcoast.com in the coming months. Tourism businesses on the Southern Gold Coast are urged to update their ATDW listing with social media links, videos, updated descriptions and high resolution images immediately. ..
Division 14 Councillor Chris Robbins has returned to her Tugun office on Golden Four Drive as of late August. Cr Robbins was temporarily relocated from her office for several months due to asbestos, and had been operating her Council post from the Kirra Hill Community Centre. ..
Temporary closure (including driving or parking lane or verge) ..
Concrete Lines Skate Shop has relocated from Tweed to Coolangatta with a brand new flagship store at The Strand, featuring an extensive range of skateboards, longboards, clothing, shoes and accessories, set to lift the profile of skateboarding retail on the Gold Coast. ..
As mentioned last year, Martin Grunstein will be returning to the Southern Gold Coast, however not in February as previously flagged. The leading business and customer service guru will be heading our way on April 15th at 6pm (registration) for 6.30pm start. The seminar will this time be an evening seminar to accommodate those who cannot get away during business hours, and will again be held at the Currumbin RSL. ..
Back by popular demand, business guru Martin Grunstein is returning to the Southern Gold Coast to host his entertaining customer service seminar at the Currumbin RSL on Wednesday February 18, 2015. ..
Electronic parking sensors will be installed over the coming months in some car parks in Coolangatta, Tugun, Bilinga and Currumbin in time-regulated parking zones. In-ground sensors will be installed in paid parking areas, and some parking bays located in areas where parking is time regulated, in parking bays considered to be high demand. ..
Two Southern Gold Coast events have entered the Queensland Tourism Awards, the state’s most prestigious awards run by the Queensland Tourism Industry Council (QTIC). Good luck to Opera on the Beach and Cooly Rocks On at the QTA Awards ceremony held in Brisbane Friday 28th November at the Royal International & Convention Centre, Bowen Hills. ..