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Publications

  • The Mill at Moreton Bay Redevelopment Project Update
    Provides updates as work progresses on the Mill at Moreton Bay Redevelopment Project.
  • Rise and shine to a bright future! [PDF 595KB]
    The University of the Sunshine Coast is setting up a full service university on our doorstep which will create new opportunities for our children and a better future for our region.
  • Demographic Case for a University in the Greater Moreton Region [PDF 6.6MB]
    Bernard Salt, one of Australia's leading experts on demographics said: "the Moreton Bay Regional Council area is in my view the best location for a new university campus in Australia based on current and future demographics. A local, major higher-education campus will unlock job opportunities and supercharge this region's economic development and prosperity."
  • Moreton Bay Region University Precinct announcement [PDF 720KB]
    Around 90% of students in our region travel an average of three hours to attend university. Many of our residents travel to work outside of the region. What if they didn't have to? Imagine studying and working closer to home.

News articles

2017

2016

  • 2 September 2016 - Queensland Government declared Priority Development Area activation over the former Petrie paper mill site and surrounding areas
  • 12 August 2016 - Consultation Confirms Strong Support for Uni Precinct
    Residents of the Moreton Bay Region who responded to council’s first round of community consultation for the Moreton Bay Region University Precinct have indicated overwhelming support of the project.
  • 24 June 2016 - Priority Development Area status sought for Petrie mill site
    Moreton Bay Regional Council is seeking activation of a Priority Development Area (PDA) centred around the Moreton Bay Region University Precinct as a learning and employment hub of state significance.
  • June 2016 - Federal Coalition made a commitment of $35 million to develop university campus
  • 16 May 2016 - Council launches Your Say, for university site
    Moreton Bay Regional Council has launched an exciting new community engagement platform to capture feedback about the Moreton Bay Region University Precinct.
  • 9 March 2016 - Down it comes
    The demolition of old, disused buildings at the former Petrie paper mill is underway ahead of the site’s transformation into a university and community precinct in partnership with the University of the Sunshine Coast.
  • 9 March 2016 - Chanel 10 News
    Demo begins to make way for new university
  • March 2016 - State Government announced it would examine the possibility of establishing a Science Technology Engineering (STEM) school on site

2015

Images

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Amcor Paper Mill photos

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Aerial imagery

View aerial footage of the of The Mill at Moreton Bay site

Moreton Bay Region University Precinct official launch photos

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Mayor Allan Sutherland congratulates Jess Doring from Grace Lutheran Primary School
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Peter Dutton
Bernard Salt
Heather Foord MC
Mayor Allan Sutherland, Heather Foord and Bernard Salt
Welcome to Country - Dr Eve Fesel
Welcome to country - Michael Connolley
Warehouse overview
MC Heather Foord, Huen Morton from Narangba Valley State School and Jessica Doring from Grace Lutheran Primary School
Grace Luthern Secondary School - students

Interviews with local supporters

Watch some interviews about the University Precinct.

Ann Rebgetz
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Principal, St Columban's College
Michael Connolly
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Principal, Mt Maria College
Nick Crockford
Nick Crockford
Editor, Quest Community Newspapers
Robert Comiskey
Robert Comiskey
CEO, Comiskey Group
Sharon Armstrong
Sharon Armstrong
Owner, Embrace Life
Tony Murphy
Tony Murphy
CEO, Redcliffe Leagues Club

Anchor education partner announcement

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Professor Greg Hill and Mayor Allan Sutherland
Professor Greg Hill and Jess Doring
Mayor Allan Sutherland and Huon Morton
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Indicative USC campus imagery

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Petrie Mill site remediation time lapse videos

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The Mill at Moreton Bay Priority Development Area declared

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Indicative renders of The Mill at Moreton Bay

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Koala monitoring underway

EPBC koala - check up
Approx. 7 month old joey at his check-up after successful treatment for conjunctivitis.
EPBC koala - post check up
These koalas are relaxing in the branches after passing their health exams with flying colours.

Interview with John Hanger - Endeavour Veterinary Ecology

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Jon Hanger - Endeavour Veterinary Ecology (transcript)

State Government minister tours the site

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State Government land boost announcement

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