A major development of regional significance funded by Federal, State and Local Government . The overall objective is to revitalise existing public spaces and create tourism, recreation and commercial land uses within the Yeppoon Foreshore and Town Centre precinct.
The Gateway Business and Industry Park is a property development initiative of Livingstone Shire Council to support industry and encourage economic development. The Gateway is a masterplanned business park on 56 hectares, located conveniently on the door step of the Capricorn Coast.
Statue Bay is part of the Capricorn Coast unique Tourist Drive and connects Yeppoon to Emu Park via the Scenic Highway. The area has been prone to significant landslide and rock falls, most recently during Cyclone Marcia, with reconstruction and slope stabilisation works currently being undertaken.
Panorama Drive is a strategic road link forming a key transport corridor to directly connect the northern suburbs of Yeppoon with resource nodes, airports and current and future industrial parks.
An overview of the proposed design of the Coordination Centre and Community Education Resilience Hub (LDCC) that is proposed for Beaman Park, Yeppoon.
The Yeppoon Lions Club successfully secured funding from the Queensland Government for the construction of a lookout shelter, with Livingstone Shire Council also contributing towards the project. Construction on the Yeppoon Lions Wreck Point Scenic Lookout has begun with works commencing on 8 February 2017.
Emu Park Centenary of ANZAC commemorative project will form part of an overall ANZAC Commemorative Precinct which is proposed to be developed over the centenary years of WW1 (2014 to 2018)
Capricorn Coast Flood Mitigation Strategy Stage 1 is a collection of six complementary and integrated projects proposed for the Yeppoon CBD/Commercial Precinct which either direct stormwater flow or reduce/remove physical barriers to increase capacity of the road network to cope with high volumes of stormwater flow.
Sarah’s Garden is nestled within Olive Estate and currently provides open recreation area for the local community to utilise. Council is in the process of developing the area to include shaded BBQ facilities as well as shaded playground equipment.
The Hartley Street Sport and Recreation Reserve will provide high-quality sport and active recreation infrastructure to support increased participation in physical activity rom Emu Park and surrounding communities.