It seems that the Fraser Coast Regional Council has decided to remove the only 2 pedestrian crossings on the Esplanade at Scarness.
Demolition has finished and the rebuilding of two Hervey hotels has begun.
The Illumination Parade is on again this Saturday from 4pm hence the very rare sign seen in the photo. There will be music, market stalls and fun activities for the kids in Scarness Park from 4pm and the Illumination Parade will commence at 6.15 Taylor Street and follow the Esplanade down to Scarness Park. The … Read moreIllumination Parade Hervey Bay
Hervey Bay roadworks – it’s all happening again and the Council is taking its time.
… then maybe you should draw your own conclusions. http://www.frasercoastchronicle.com.au/news/old-pub-altered-into-gourmet-hub/1961418/ There should be a law that prohibits any local council awarding contracts to current or former councillors because even if it’s squeaky clean it’s still going to look fishy.
Roadworks will be starting along the Esplanade in Scarness from Monday the 15th. The works which will extend from Frank Street (near Lilliana’s) to around the Coconut Palms holiday apartments is designed to calm the traffic through the busy shopping and tourist area. Council has advised shopkeepers along that part of the Esplanade that the … Read moreRoadworks in Scarness
Work has commenced on a community garden in Hervey Bay. It’s located at the Halcro Street Community Centre in Point Vernon and when complete it will feature communal garden beds, BBQs, workshops and a nursery as well as activity areas for local arts and crafts groups. Councillor Robert Garland … the Councillor for Community Health, … Read moreA Community Garden in Hervey Bay
At last … we’re getting some sensible land development along The Esplanade here in Hervey Bay