News & notices

August  2015

28 Aug | SPSC fields upgrade

Moreton Bay Regional Council has awarded a $521,000 tender to upgrade the South Pine Sports Complex’s junior AFL field and combined hockey and cricket field.

28 Aug | What’s Next for the Draft Planning Scheme?

Moreton Bay Regional Council is currently reviewing submissions received on the draft planning scheme which opened on July 1, 2015 for public consultation.

27 Aug | Caboolture pool flexes new muscle

Moreton Bay Regional Council is inviting residents to help celebrate the Caboolture Pool’s new all abilities fitness centre on Saturday, August 29 with free exercise classes, fitness assessments at its official opening and sign on day

25 Aug | Humpybong Students Fitter, Greener, Smarter

The students and families of Humpybong State School embraced sustainable transport options on Wednesday, August 19, when they took part in the school’s Travel Choice ‘Car Free Day’.

12 Aug | Winner Tyson Evans Scholarship 2015

A photorealistic puzzle painting and a shell-inspired sculpture carved from Hebel block have taken out first place in Moreton Bay Regional Council’s 2015 Tyson Evans Youth Art Scholarship.

11 Aug | Strategic land purchase secures region’s future

A 200 hectare parcel of land at the former Petrie paper mill has been secured by Moreton Bay Regional Council as part of council’s planning for the future.

05 Aug | Park gets ready for Decades Festival

A 12 tonne truss, two and half times the size of a school bus, has been installed at Pine Rivers Park, Strathpine ahead of the Moreton Bay Region’s Decades Festival featuring Australian music icons Cold Chisel, The Living End and Something for Kate.

05 Aug | Queensland State Pennant Finals on Bribie

The best lawn bowls teams in Queensland are coming to the Moreton Bay Region in late November to play for the prestigious Division One State Pennant flag.

July  2015

10 Jul | Moreton Bay prepares to host National Economic Development Conference

More than 200 of the nation’s brightest economic minds will visit the Moreton Bay Region from 8-11 September to attend the National Economic Development Conference. 

May  2015

27 May | Decades Festival 2015 - Announces Aussie Rock Line-Up


Moreton Bay Regional Council today announced the line-up for the 2nd annual Decades Festival to be held at Pine Rivers Park in Strathpine on Saturday, 31 October, 2015.

18 May | Barry Gibb to return home to Redcliffe

The Moreton Bay Region's iconic Bee Gees Way is currently closed for the construction of Stage 2 ahead of Barry Gibb's return home later this year to re-open the popular public walkway that honours the world-famous super group.

April  2015

23 Apr | Bee Gees Way

Bee Gees Way will close temporarily from Monday May 4, 2015.

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