Community Development Programs

Thank you to everyone for participated in the Livingstone Unity Project!!

Check out the photos below!

Can you spot your string?!

Due to an overwhelming response ALL Yeppoon classes are completely booked out!
Spots still available in Emu Park, Keppel Sands, Byfield and Marlborough. 

Livingstone Shire Council is proud to have received funding to deliver the Tech Savvy Seniors Program again in 2017/2018. 
This program is designed for people aged 65 and over who would like to improve their computer/tablet/smartphone knowledge and skills. 

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You can book in to individual classes or the whole course, its up to you. 

Book by phone; 4913 3840
Print the booking form here
Pick up a form from the Community Centre (80 John Street, Yeppoon). 
Please click on the schedule below to see a larger version. 
Mother of Queenslanders Sandstone Plinths Opening - QLD CWA Emu Park Branch.

Livingstone Shire Council recently received funding from the Queensland Government Anzac Centenary Lasting Legacies Grant Program to install plinths that recognise Annie Wheeler (OBE) and the contribution groups like the QCWA made during war time. 
These plinths sit outside the QCWA Rotunda in the Anzac Memorial Precinct at Emu Park. 

For more information about Annie Wheeler (OBE) click here
For more information about the Emu Park branch of CWA - email

Livingstone Shire Mayor Bill Ludwig, Member for Keppel Brittany Lauga and President of the Emu Park QCWA Cheryl Greene.