Movies in the Park
This summer, come along to one of Gympie Regional Council's FREE Movies in the Park events at a location near you!
Have your say!
The Draft Albert Park and One Mile Sports Precincts Master Plans are now open to public feedback, from now until 18 September.
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This workshop will help suppliers maximise their chances of winning government work, and is also applicable to the private sector, including major projects.
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Council has previously recognised the importance that the Gympie Railway Station Precinct plays in our region’s rich social and transport history. As such, Council has resolved to negotiate with the state government to ensure that the precinct stays within local community control. Retention of the site and the re-establishment of the Mary Valley Rattler not only pay tribute to a vital part of our history, but also provides for a positive future economic return from the number of increased visitors to the region.
Council is currently facilitating a master planning process for the entire site which will also take into account the operation of the Rattler. It is intended that this iconic regional treasure will once again be taking passengers through the Mary Valley’s spectacular countryside by October 2017, to coincide with Gympie’s 150th birthday celebrations – the G150. The $65 economic development levy applied to this year’s rates (which replaces the $85 waste levy, thus saving residents $20), will help to ensure that the Rattler returns to its rightful place as a major tourist attraction for our region and a unique experience for all ages.