Connecting Southern Gold Coast (CSGC) is striving to make the upcoming Coolangatta Christmas Carols a plastic-free event, as the Southern Gold Coast moves towards becoming one of the world’s top sustainable destinations. ..
There are a range of works and events ongoing and coming up in Southern Gold Coast over the next few months as we get set for the games. Keep up-to-date with the latest news from Cr Gail O'Neill. ..
Tugun Fruit Market has made the switch to solar, enabling them to not only save money, but also significantly reduce their carbon footprint. ..
Greg Howell started his path towards environmental advocacy surfing along Victoria’s coastline in the early 1970’s. In 1989 he attended his first No Nukes Rally in Sydney, and then gave into the temptation of surfing in warmer waters of the Gold Coast in 1992, where his passion flourished, and he has been an environmental campaigner ever since. ..
Currumbin Valley’s Camp School has recently announced a $1 million accommodation extension to their campus. ..
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital will once again open its doors to the public at their annual Open Day from 10:00am – 2:00pm on Sunday 27 August. ..
Currumbin RSL has recently completed the EarthCheck Evaluate Plus program, an accreditation that recognises the club amongst a global group of operators for their ongoing improvement of environmental and sustainable practices. ..
More than 25 local business owners attended the Secrets of Success by Sustainability seminar at Currumbin RSL today, taking away tips to give back to the planet while also boosting business. ..
Currumbin RSL is leading the way with their clean and green approach, hoping to not only inspire individuals but other businesses within the hospitality industry to implement sustainability initiatives. ..
Connecting Southern Gold Coast is partnering with global sustainability consultancy, EarthCheck, to position the Southern Gold Coast as a leading sustainable and lifestyle destination. ..
Katie Barton-Harvey, a proud Southern Gold Coast local, is the Sustainability Marketing Manager at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC). Part of the GOLDOC team since 2013, Katie shares the vision and actions already taken to achieve the Games’ ambitious sustainability legacy. ..
A new business group, Up the Creek, has formed to improve the safety, amenity and experiences on offer in the Currumbin Industrial Area. Up the Creek representatives cover a range of businesses from Balter Brewery and Dust Temple to the Currumbin RSL. ..
Contribute to the local community, give back to the planet and boost your business by attending a free seminar on The Secrets of Success by Sustainability. ..
Gold Coast World Surfing Reserve Inc., will host the International Surfing Symposium in Currumbin to promote the sport and its direct relevance to critical issues such as ocean conservation and maintaining beach and surf amenity. ..
The latest newsletter from Cr Gail O'Neill has arrived and has up to date news from Division 14, straight from the Councillor's desk. ..
Coolangatta now has a new, unique tour for visitors and locals to enjoy, with the launch of Australia Ninebot Coolangatta. The Ninebot is the latest technology in electric balancing vehicles and this is the first and only guided Segway tour of Coolangatta, featuring the southern beaches of the 8th World Surfing Reserve. ..
Winner of the inaugural Scoot Southern Gold Coast Photography Competition, Tait Whitelaw is no stranger to the Southern Gold Coast. The Elanora local spends plenty of time shooting local scenes and landscapes, and was generous enough to share his story and some more photos with us this month. ..
Love to Ride is a free workplace cycling challenge during November which aims to get more Gold Coasters cycling around our beautiful city. There are hundreds of prizes to be won, including movie tickets, bikes, morning tea and more. All you have to do is ride for just 10 minutes and log your ride to win. ..
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has just launched their latest attraction, Kids on Conservation Trail. ..
The Climate Change for Good Conference will be held at Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus on the 1-2 July 2016.
Co-hosted by Gecko and Griffith University, the conference educates and encourages the community to be mindful of climate change and meet these challenges at home and in the workplace. ..