COMMUNITY drop-in sessions are being held on North Stradbroke Island this month as the state government develops a master plan for Dunwich.
The plan for Dunwich, or Goompi as it is known to the Quandamooka people, is one of 23 Queensland government initiatives under the North Stradbroke Island economic transition strategy.
The sessions will be at the Queensland government office at 2/9 Ballow Road, Dunwich on Thursday, October 11 from 10am to 1pm; Friday, October 12 from 1pm to 4pm and Saturday, October 13 from 10am to midday.
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Tourism Minister Kate Jones recently took over the government’s economic transition of Straddie from State Development Minister Cameron Dick.
The plan will identify areas for future residential, commercial, community, environmental and industrial land uses, and find ways to make the town a more tourism-friendly destination and gateway to the island, or Minjerribah.
At the drop-in sessions people can get an update on the scope, progress and next steps of the project and meet with project planners.
For information visit haveyoursay.dsdmip.qld.gov.au/dunwich-goompi.
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