2018 Calendar Launch

September 21, 2017

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Calendars are now available:
Coast Care members and friends are invited to an informal gathering and calendar launch. Its a chance to meet members and pick up your complementary copy of the calendar. If you are unable to attend the launch, your free copy can be signed for at the Nursery during its working hours- Tuesday to Saturday.
Calendar Launch Time: 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Friday September 22
Place: Coolum Community Native Nursery, 157 Warran Rd. Yaroomba, Coolum Beach

During NAIDOC Week on Friday 7th, an official launch will be held of the digital booklet titled:


A stunning coastal icon of our headlands and dunes, the Pandanus tree has been the focus of a project to celebrate its cultural significance and to support its conservation in our region. Unitywater’s Community Sponsorship Program has funded this initiative enabling Coolum & North Shore Coast Care to work with KabiKabi Traditional Owners, historian Dr Ray Kerkhove and Pandanus dieback mitigation expert, Joel Fostin.

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Family fun in nature for 4 to 10 year olds on Sundays from 10 am- 12:p.m.

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Everyone is welcome to a fun night beside the beach at Coolum!

Coolum and North Shore Coast Care presents Clean Waves Clear Water 2 – a free movie event in Tickle Park Coolum Beach (beside David Low Way near the surf club). The Movie Night will be held on 5 December, from 5.15pm.  Two movies and live music will feature on the night. See the flyer for more information.  Clean Waves Clear Water Promo 05

Marcoola Community Group is presenting an information session titled “Turtles, Foxes and us”

Date: 5 November       Time: 7pm      Place: Marcoola Surf Club - upstairs

Speakers include CaNSCC turtle team representatives and Darcy Murray from Sunshine Coast Council. See the flyer for more information. Turtles-foxes-and-us-poster_261015

Each year there is a new theme with “natural scenes” being a continuation of our celebration of local environment through the narrative of Sunshine Coast life. [Click to read more…]