Noosa Local Heritage Review

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Consultation has concluded

A summary of the key themes from community feedback is now available!

Thank you for your feedback during March 2023! You can read a summary of the key themes from community feedback here, or you can find it under the "Documents" widget on the right-hand side of your screen. 

Your Voice Matters!

The Noosa Shire is a great place to live, work and visit and is world-renowned for its natural beauty, environmental values and iconic natural features. Noosa Shire also has a rich history, and the built environment plays a role in telling Noosa’s story. This unique combination of natural, historical, and built features shape Noosa Shire's character and identity. The Noosa Community has told us that heritage and character are important and valued and council is committed to identifying, protecting and conserving that heritage through this Local Heritage Review.

During March 2023, Council is seeking to gain a better understanding of the community’s views about places that are significant to Noosa’s story, character and identity and to discover the places across the Shire, from the coast to the mountains, that are important in telling the story of the Noosa region over time.

Residents and property owners across the Noosa Shire, regional residents, community organisations, businesses, and visitors – anyone with a love of or interest in Noosa Shire – are invited to have their say and tell us what is important and what defines Noosa’s heritage and character.

We want you to share the places that you think represent unique local stories, have historical significance, are linked to those who have lived and worked in the region, have a special and unique attachment to/for the local community, have inherent beauty, or are the sites of significant technical, engineering or scientific innovation and invention.

There is a range of ways you can get involved and have your say

Complete a short survey about significant places and local values and enter our draw to win a dinner for 2 at Maisie's Seafood & Steakhouse, Noosa Hinterland Brewing Co or the Peregian Beach Hotel.
Learn more about the project from Noosa’s Heritage Team and provide feedback at a community engagement event
Suggest a significant place on the "Suggest a place" tab below
Do a Quick Poll on the tab below - it only takes a 5 seconds!
Request a targeted meeting for your community group via email to the heritage team
Send our Heritage Team an email at heritage@noosa.qld.gov.au


Learn more about this review and Noosa's heritage by viewing the heritage places map, FAQs, background paper and other documents on this site.

Community Engagement Sessions

Learn more at a community presentation

Cooroy Library
Tuesday 14 March
12.30 - 1.30pm
The J at Noosa Junction
Monday 20 March
 6.00 - 7.00pm


As numbers are limited please book via the links in the Upcoming Engagement Events section.

Come and meet the heritage team face-to-face at a community pop-up near you and share a significant place.

Kin Kin Community CentreTuesday 7 March12.00 - 2.00pm
Boreen Point Apollonian HotelTuesday 7 March 4.00 - 6.00pm
Cooran Hinterland BreweryThursday 9 March 4.00 - 6.00pm
Peregian Beach Community House
Wednesday 15 March
 2.30 - 3.30pm
Pomona Mobile Library StopSaturday 25 March 9.30 -11.30am
Tewantin Noosa Art Gallery Tuesday 28 March 1.00 - 3.00pm
Lions Park Gympie Terrace
Thursday 30 March
 3.30 - 5.00pm


RSVP via the links in the Upcoming Engagement Events section or pop past on the day to have a chat at a community conversation event. 

A summary of the key themes from community feedback is now available!

Thank you for your feedback during March 2023! You can read a summary of the key themes from community feedback here, or you can find it under the "Documents" widget on the right-hand side of your screen. 

Your Voice Matters!

The Noosa Shire is a great place to live, work and visit and is world-renowned for its natural beauty, environmental values and iconic natural features. Noosa Shire also has a rich history, and the built environment plays a role in telling Noosa’s story. This unique combination of natural, historical, and built features shape Noosa Shire's character and identity. The Noosa Community has told us that heritage and character are important and valued and council is committed to identifying, protecting and conserving that heritage through this Local Heritage Review.

During March 2023, Council is seeking to gain a better understanding of the community’s views about places that are significant to Noosa’s story, character and identity and to discover the places across the Shire, from the coast to the mountains, that are important in telling the story of the Noosa region over time.

Residents and property owners across the Noosa Shire, regional residents, community organisations, businesses, and visitors – anyone with a love of or interest in Noosa Shire – are invited to have their say and tell us what is important and what defines Noosa’s heritage and character.

We want you to share the places that you think represent unique local stories, have historical significance, are linked to those who have lived and worked in the region, have a special and unique attachment to/for the local community, have inherent beauty, or are the sites of significant technical, engineering or scientific innovation and invention.

There is a range of ways you can get involved and have your say

Complete a short survey about significant places and local values and enter our draw to win a dinner for 2 at Maisie's Seafood & Steakhouse, Noosa Hinterland Brewing Co or the Peregian Beach Hotel.
Learn more about the project from Noosa’s Heritage Team and provide feedback at a community engagement event
Suggest a significant place on the "Suggest a place" tab below
Do a Quick Poll on the tab below - it only takes a 5 seconds!
Request a targeted meeting for your community group via email to the heritage team
Send our Heritage Team an email at heritage@noosa.qld.gov.au


Learn more about this review and Noosa's heritage by viewing the heritage places map, FAQs, background paper and other documents on this site.

Community Engagement Sessions

Learn more at a community presentation

Cooroy Library
Tuesday 14 March
12.30 - 1.30pm
The J at Noosa Junction
Monday 20 March
 6.00 - 7.00pm


As numbers are limited please book via the links in the Upcoming Engagement Events section.

Come and meet the heritage team face-to-face at a community pop-up near you and share a significant place.

Kin Kin Community CentreTuesday 7 March12.00 - 2.00pm
Boreen Point Apollonian HotelTuesday 7 March 4.00 - 6.00pm
Cooran Hinterland BreweryThursday 9 March 4.00 - 6.00pm
Peregian Beach Community House
Wednesday 15 March
 2.30 - 3.30pm
Pomona Mobile Library StopSaturday 25 March 9.30 -11.30am
Tewantin Noosa Art Gallery Tuesday 28 March 1.00 - 3.00pm
Lions Park Gympie Terrace
Thursday 30 March
 3.30 - 5.00pm


RSVP via the links in the Upcoming Engagement Events section or pop past on the day to have a chat at a community conversation event. 

Consultation has concluded
CLOSED: This quick poll has concluded.
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Do you think it is important to retain Noosa’s significant or heritage places?

Yes
100%
No
0%
Unsure
0%
Total Votes : 69