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  • Last updated:
  • 24 Nov 2022

Council's community groups directory will help you find a wide range of services, sporting clubs and community interest groups active in your local neighbourhood.

New migrants can access the Multicultural Welcome Hub to find services and resources to help you settle into your new neighbourhood, meet people and explore your community.

Council libraries offer many ways to connect and stay informed. You can also access online tutorials and thousands of movies, documentaries, music and books for free. If you aren’t already a member you can join online

Volunteering helps our community become stronger and resilient. Learn more about opportunities through council’s volunteer program and find out what’s on offer with community organisations

Neighbourhood Watch encourages interaction and a shared sense of responsibility to work together to improve the safety of your neighbourhood. To find a group in your area, visit Neighbourhood Watch Queensland

Disaster and Emergency Planning helps you prepare yourself, your family, your home and your neighbourhood ahead of the threat of disaster or emergency.

Stay informed during COVID-19

Council remains committed to serving our Sunshine Coast community through COVID-19. Keep up-to-date with key information, local impacts and council’s response on our dedicated COVID-19 webpages.