Media releases

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Enquiries from media should be directed to media1@goldcoast.qld.gov.au or phone 07 5581 7941. For interviews or comments from the Mayor, please contact Lisa Grundy on lgrundy@goldcoast.qld.gov.au or phone 07 5581 7941.

E.g., Wednesday, September 18, 2019
E.g., Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Friday

15 March 2019

City dive attraction moves to next stage

12.22pm

The City is a step closer to delivering a unique artificial dive site to boost our tourism appeal.

Expressions of Interest open tomorrow (16 March) seeking a contractor with innovative ideas and information on artificial reefs to design and construct the...

City dive attraction moves to next stage photo

Monday

11 March 2019

Spit Masterplan a winner: let’s get on with it

10.35am

Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate said he looks forward to the State Government committing funds to the 10-year Spit Masterplan in its 2019-2020 State Budget, following the announcement from Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to deliver “Australia’s newest, biggest and best ocean...

Spit Masterplan a winner: let’s get on with it  photo

Tuesday

26 February 2019

Beach works underway

9.10am

Beach restoration works are underway across the Gold Coast – with locals and visitors urged to stay clear of heavy machinery.

“These are large scale work sites so please give the machinery a wide berth,’’ said Mayor Tom Tate.

“We will be...

Picturesque Gold Coast photography

Monday

25 February 2019

Coast’s biggest coastal project underway

10.47am

Only days after the city’s beaches were threatened by a Pacific Ocean cyclone, Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate has launched an $18.2 million artificial reef project.

Mayor Tate said physical work on the Palm Beach Artificial Reef was due to start...

 Coast’s biggest coastal project underway photo

Saturday

23 February 2019

Update on Ex-Tropical Cyclone Oma

11.40am

Mayor Tom Tate has left the Local Disaster Management Unit on Alert Status, as Cyclone Oma continues to create large swells.

The beaches are holding up well with few erosion issues. All beaches remain closed. The swell impacting our coast is more powerful...

Picturesque Gold Coast photography

Waste & Recycling Centres - UPDATE

9.15am

** UPDATE at 2pm on Sunday 24 February **

Due to prevailing high winds, the City has been unable to empty bins into landfill. 

As a result the City has had to close all Waste & Recycling Centres for the...

Picturesque Gold Coast photography

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