New publication to explore City's pathways
A new guide highlighting the City's network of pathways and parks will be launched next week as part of Caloundra City Council's annual Local Government Week celebrations.
Residents have a chance to win a brand new bike by getting involved and joining the Mayor, Cr Don Aldous on a short bike ride from Ayliffe Park (Golden Beach) to Felicity Park as part of the launch of Walk, Cycle, Play! A guide to Caloundra City's bikeways, pathways and parks on Wednesday 30 May from 8am.
"Caloundra City boasts an impressive network of pathways and parks providing the perfect opportunity for residents and visitors to get out and enjoy our wonderful lifestyle. This new publication is a handy pocket sized guide that will hopefully encourage people to make the most of all our City has to offer," Cr Aldous said.
Cr Aldous encouraged residents to join Council for the launch of the guide with a short cycle followed by a free breakfast in Felicity Park. The bike ride will leave Ayliffe Park (cnr Earnshaw St and Landsborough Parade) at 8am sharp. All cyclists will go in the draw to win a brand new bike, which will be drawn after the launch at 9am.
For those that can't make the bike ride, head down to Felicity Park from 8.30am and check out the Council displays. The Rotary Club of Caloundra will be serving up a sausage sizzle courtesy of Council, and there will be baskets of fresh fruit donated by Caloundra Village Fruit Market.
The new publication will be officially launched at 9am, and will be available at Council's Customer Service Centre, all branches of Caloundra City Libraries, and the Caloundra Visitor Information Service at Caloundra Road, Kawana, Bulcock St and the Glass House Mountains Information Van.
For more information, including details of all the other activities happening as part of Local Government Week, check out the Calendar of Events on Council's website at www.caloundra.qld.gov.au
, or contact the Customer Service Centre on 5420 8200.