DISCOVER ‘LITTLE NOOSA’ A LA MAAROOM SEASIDE VILLAGE FRASER COAST QLD-PIC GALLERY

I was priveleged enough to be introduced to a lifestyle that would satisfy a peace loving retiree needing a quiet fishing village atmosphere not too far removed from services. My newly found friends Lena & Paul had exposed this quiet paradise as a result of me selling to them a number of lucious exotic fruit trees that they will be planting at their newly acquired house & land property of 800m2 in their new paradise seaside home property. Paul is a musical mystro in the style of the ‘blues era’. Magnificent sound. I know because Lena had played for me sound tracks from Pauls music. PAUL CHEESEMAN MUSIC. His sample tracks will be posted into my site > www.mymusicfiles.net when available.

In the meantime enjoy the journey into ‘LITTLE NOOSA-MAAROOM QLD FRASER COAST’

Henry Sapiecha

THE TIMBER CITY SHINES WITH THESE SET OF 20-Series 1 TIMBER HOMES IN MARYBOROUGH QLD AUSTRALIA- SERIES 1 OF MORE TO COME

Enjoy these great photos of timber homes photographed at random over time to give one an idea of the character of some of the houses in this fantastic timber heritage city Maryborough Queensland Australia.No addresses revealed just the pics.

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Fraser Coast councillors have their say on high-rise development at Urangan in Hervey Bay

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TWO councillors have voiced their opposition to building high-rises in Hervey Bay, while others want to wait to consider the development application and how it fits into the town planning scheme before voicing any opinions.

Fraser Coast Deputy Mayor George Seymour said he was against the plans for a 20-storey twin tower development in Urangan, which he described as a massive increase in density and not how the community wanted Hervey Bay to develop.

Division 1 councillor James Hansen agreed, saying it would change the character of Hervey Bay forever and for the worse, in his opinion.

Councillor Denis Chapman voiced his support for the project, saying it was crucial for the region to continue building infrastructure, which would lead to population growth and jobs.

“I think it’s great for our region,” he said.

“It’s the way of the future.”

He said in order to hold on to green space in the area, it was necessary to consider options like high rises, which would allow for housing while minimising the region’s urban footprint.

Councillor David Lewis said he was not generally in favour of 20-storey development in Hervey Bay, but as the previous council had amended the planning scheme to allow such developments, there may be little the council could do to refuse the application.

“It is entitled to be assessed on its merits in accordance with the scheme,” he said.

Mr Lewis said he felt a 20- storey development would significantly and irrevocably alter the character of the city and its shoreline.

“Previous councils had a policy of trying to limit buildings to no higher than the tree line,” he said.

“In part this took into account the view from the beaches and the sea.

“I think that was a good policy.”

Councillor Paul Truscott said the planning scheme specifically supported this type of development.

“I will consider the development on its merits when it is presented to full council,” he said.

Councillor Darren Everard said he also needed time to consider the application before voicing an opinion, while councillor Rolf Light said it would be inappropriate to make a comment before considering all the facts and whether the development met the criteria in the current town planning scheme.

Councillors Anne Maddern, Daniel Sanderson, Stuart Taylor and Mayor Chris Loft were contacted, but had not responded at the time of going to print.

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Editors Note

**This is a great opportunity for us Fraser Coast residents to join the real world & get jobs & prosperity for the region.Not only in construction but thereafter with servicing the development & its occupants.We have many kilometres of beach shoreline in the Fraser Coast Region and just a tiny portion of that allocated for such a development is a pittance of a price to pay for the good it will do & bring to the community. Most of us are getting tired of this region being branded as one of the most unemployed regions in the nation.

The quicker this and similar developments take shape the better but in a controlled and well planned manner.

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-Master plan for $500m Mary Harbour in Granville Maryborough Qld project lodged by MSF sugar

An aerial photo showing the location of the proposed Mary Harbour residential development by MSF Sugar.

MSF Sugar is closer to realising its $500 million Mary Harbour project at Maryborough after lodging the master plan development application on Thursday with Fraser Coast Regional Council.

The milestone for Maryborough’s largest ever master planned community is the culmination of many years of planning by MSF.

MSF chief executive Mike Barry said the project would be a key player in driving and stimulating Maryborough’s economic growth during the development period by creating significant direct and indirect employment.

Mary Harbour project a step closer to going ahead

He said the company was exploring all options for the project’s 10-to-12-year development phase, including working with a joint-venture partner.

“We have a very open-minded approach as to how that phase of Mary Harbour will unfold,” Mr Barry said.

“It’s a massive project that lends itself to a number of scenarios which are all on the table.

“We feel the timing is ideal in light of the general improvement in the property market and continued growth in the Fraser Coast Region.”

The development of the Mary Harbour site is part of MSF’s long-term strategy to fully utilise selected properties within its property portfolio.

New acquisitions by MSF since the announcement of the project have increased the company’s sugarcane land bank, replacing the Mary Harbour land five times over.

He said Mary Harbour was a 21st century lifestyle development set to house more than 4000 people in a diverse range of housing types with facilities structured around boating and water recreation.

It will take shape on a 177 hectare site boasting almost 2km frontage to the Mary River.

There will be more than 1800 dwellings with lot sizes ranging from 250sqm to 650sqm and housing types ranging from single dwelling/duplex to medium density and aged housing-style accommodation.

Mary Harbour’s centrepiece will be the man-made harbour with a 300-berth marina, waterfront boardwalks, village centre, extensive pedestrian and cycle path network and a significant flood and stormwater plain, including lakes and spillway.

A four-star 100-room resort style hotel is proposed on the harbour’s headland along with conference facilities.

Mr Barry said the Mary Harbour master plan had been conceived in architectural, urban and landscape design terms as a “quintessential” place that projects a community image and a waterfront lifestyle of the highest quality.

“It will adopt a development concept accommodating people from different walks of life with various demographic profiles,” he said.

He said MSF was hoping to have an approval by end of the year.

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Henry Sapiecha

NEW HOMES [7] FINISHED GETTING BUILT IN TORBANLEA FRASER COAST QLD

THIS IS A PHOTO OF THE FINISHED HOUSES AS @ 16TH SEPT 2013

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HUNTER STREET TORBANLEA LATEST BUILDING PROJECT OF 7 NEW HOMES

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DRAFT PLANNING SCHEME FOR THE FRASER COAST IS AVAILABLE NOW FOR YOUR COMMENTS & VIEWING

LODGE YOUR VIEWPOINT NOW ON THE PROPOSED NEW PLANNING SCHEME FOR THE FRASER COAST

The draft Fraser Coast Planning Scheme is now open for public comment.

Submissions close at 4.45pm on Friday, 12 April 2013.

The draft Fraser Coast Planning Scheme will affect what you can do with your land, what your neighbour can do and what can happen in your street and neighbourhood. The new planning scheme will help Council to manage land use and development across the region in a sustainable way. It will help to plan for future growth while still ensuring that the Fraser Coast is a great place to live, work and play.

Council wants everyone to have their say on the draft Fraser Coast Planning Scheme and planning scheme policies, so the Fraser Coast can develop in a way that is consistent with the community’s vision. Public consultation will run from 18 February 2013 to 12 April 2013, with plenty of opportunities for you to gain information, both online and in your local area. In addition to ‘drop in’ information sessions to be held in Tiaro, Howard, Maryborough and Hervey Bay and a dedicated Planning Scheme Hotline, town planners will also be available to answer queries at the Maryborough and Hervey Bay Customer Service Centres.

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The draft Fraser Coast Planning Scheme is now open for public comment and we want to hear from you.

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HOWARD COMMERCIAL SHOPS BURN IN CAFE COMPLEX FIRE @ THE FRASER COAST

Commercial premises were left with serious damage after a fire broke out in William St, Howard cafe complex  the Fraser Coast Qld about 7.50pm on Sunday.

Authorities were alerted by 000 caller reporting they had seen flames coming from the buildings and that they had heard some kind of explosion.

It took two hours for firefighters to extinguish the blaze in Howard.
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Crews from the Maryborough fire station were first on the scene, followed by crews from Childers, Craignish and members of the Howard rural fire brigade.

The firefighters had to enter one shop wearing breathing apparatus in order to locate and remove gas cylinders which were inside the property.
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It took two hours for firefighters to extinguish the blaze.

The stores affected included the Coalfield Cafe, a veterinary surgery and a home brew store.

The fire is believed to have started in one shop and spread to the others but investigations are still underway to determine the cause of the blaze and where it started.

All three stores have been affected by fire and smoke damage.

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BRUCE HIGHWAY BURRUM RIVER ROAD INTERSECTION UPGRADE PHOTOS + FOR SALE 5 ACRE LOTS & TOWN WATER

BRUCE HIGHWAY & BURRUM RIVER ROAD RECENT UPGRADE WELL OVERDUE


Several weeks ago work was completed on the intersection of the Bruce Highway & Burrum River Road @ the Fraser Coast Queensland

Looks great and the safety aspects cannot be over rated.We thank the Department of Main Roads

This upgrade was in front of the 5 acre estate lots with town water on the Torbanlea side of the Burrum River.

There is an approval for 12 x 5 acre lots with town water and further information on availability of these magnificent rare lots can be obtained from us at admin@acbocallcentre.com

Expressions of interest for your 5 acre lot with town water are invited here

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TORBANLEA BRUCE HIGHWAY INTERSECTION BEING UPGRADED

Great to see this very much used intersection being upgraded & well overdue


Department of main roads Queensland has been assessing the Torbanlea intersection for some time and has now actually nominated the Sunstate Group Qld Pty. Ltd to carry out the works.

Some pics are attached on works commencing taken by Henry Sapiecha.

Jim Gabriel project manager for Sunstate said they would be doing the upgrade over the next 4-6 months

Ron Grieves from the Dept of Main Roads has commented on the need for this upgrade and will get back to his department re the placement of further pipes under the highway for future growth plans for the area and especially the 60 acres or so across the highway where a proposal for a 300 modular home village has been put forward to be used by the ‘Grey Nomads’.

The existing power lines over the highway will be replaced by an underground service as part of the current intersection upgrade

Full plans of the Torbanlea Bruce Highway intersection downloadable

Plans here for intersection upgrade by Main Roads & Sunstate

Property  sale here 60 acres proposed  300 modular homes Bruce Highway -Refer above aerial view

Photos and story by Henry Sapiecha