UDIA Sunshine Coast Members' Seminar & Lunch

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  • Location: The Events Centre, Caloundra 4551 Queensland

The Sunshine Coast University Hospital
Turning $2b of Investment into $3.5b of opportunity for the Sunshine Coast

This is the MUST attend event of the year.

The largest health infrastructure project in the Southern Hemisphere has landed on the Sunshine Coast’s door step.

How is your business positioned to take advantage and get a piece of the action?

Hear direct from the leaders, influencers and decision makers of this catalytic project.

§  $3.5b of economic activity into the Sunshine Coast economy

§  $2b of capital investment

§  11,000 construction jobs

§  3,500 permanent health jobs

§  15,000 visitations per day

Hear from the key speakers followed by a panel discussion over a sit down lunch to gain an in-depth understanding of the significant demand this project is going to place on the Sunshine Coast economy.

Guest Speakers

Hon. Geoff Wilson MP
Minister for Health
John Knaggs
Sunshine Coast Council CEO

Kevin Hegarty
Queensland Health
Sunshine Coast CEO
Troy Wainwright
Regional Manager
Professor Mike Hefferan
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement) and Professor Property and Development
University of the Sunshine Coast
Gwyn Jarrott
Sunshine Coast Business Council
Mark Furler
Sunshine Coast Daily
Editor in Chief

UDIA Sunshine Coast Members' Seminar & Lunch
Thursday 15 September 2011
Events centre @ maroochy, Maroochy RSL
9.30am for a 10.00am start until 2pm


Urban Development Institute of Australia (Queensland) :
Suite 1, Corner Surf Road and Gardak Street, Alexandra Headland
07 5479 0266
0412 206 423
07 5479 0958
Urban Development Institute of Australia (Queensland)

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The Events Centre, Caloundra

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