Community Hub

Listed Groups

  • Kawana Waters Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Caloundra Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Sunshine Coast University Hospital Action Group Inc.
  • Currimundi Catchment Care Group and Friends of Currimundi Lake.
  • Kawana Forest Residents Association (KaFRA)
  • Kawana Island Residents Association (KIRA)
  • Residents Association South Sunshine Coast (formerly Caloundra City Ratepayers Association)
  • Sippy Downs & Districts Community Association (SDDCA)
  • Chancellor Park Soccer Club
  • Lions Club of Lake Currimundi-Kawana
  • Rotary Club of Kawana Waters
  • Kawana Soccer Club
  • Kawana Waters Surf Lifesaving Club
  • Sunshine Coast Crime Stoppers
  • Quota International of Caloundra
  • Buddina Community Garden

To list your community group on this page, please contact the Electorate Office.



Chancellor Park Soccer Club


Chancellor Park Soccer Club is a local junior soccer club established in 2002 with the Sunshine Coast Churches Soccer Association. We have approximately 130 boys & girls proudly playing in age groups from U6 to U16.



Kawana Waters Chamber of Commerce and Industry


The Kawana Waters Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. is located in the heart of the Sunshine Coast. Established 23 years ago, their mission is to facilitate business network opportunities in a friendly environment and to provide the benefits of professional business support and information. The Kawanabiz website initiative is created to communicate relevant information and to promote business and professional activity in the Kawana area. From a population of just 41 residents in 1968 Kawana Waters, has become one of the Sunshine Coast’s fastest growing communities and has a predicted population of 40,000 by 2015. Kawana Waters integrates business, industry, residential and recreational precincts creating a great place to live, visit and do business.



Caloundra Chamber of Commerce and Industry


What can the Caloundra Chamber of Commerce and Industry do for your business?

Access to a strong combined voice, ensuring a greater impact than an individual could achieve. The Chamber provides businesses with a forum to have their say on issues of concern, and the collective clout of several hundred business people when taking these concerns to Council and Government. The opportunity to have your say on Government initiatives. The Chamber represents the interests of members on Policy Taskforces that have a direct impact on the development of business in Caloundra.

Monthly Newsletter & Website

Chamber members receive a regular monthly newsletter providing them with:

  • Communication on events and happenings in the business community;
  • Business tips and educational material;
  • A competitive advertising medium;
  • Editorial promotion of member businesses;
  • Business Directory.

Plus, a website that provides:

  • An e-commerce portal, linked to strategic websites;
  • Competitive advertising opportunities;
  • On line Business Directory.



Sunshine Coast University Hospital Action Group Inc.


The Sunshine Coast University Hospital Action Group, or SCUHAG as they are also known, was established in 2009 as a comunity action group in support of the Sunshine Coast University Hospital, which will be located in Kawana.  SCUHAG are very active, they meet on a monthly basis at the Kawana Library and are often down on the site of the Hospital to show their support of the project.



Currimundi Catchment Care Group and Friends of Currimundi Lake.


The Currimundi Catchment comprises Currimundi Lake, two creeks, three canals and the outflow from Lake Kawana which draws its water from the Mooloolah River. Currimundi Lake is a man-made coastal estuary. A major natural feature of this lake is the sand plug that frequently develops at the mouth. Currimundi Creeks have narrow riparian borders which are constantly eroding under the pressures of upstream developments. Two groups work in cooperation and with the Sunshine Coast Council to improve the Currimundi Catchment: Friends of Currimundi Lake (FOCL), formed in 1988, cares for Currimundi Catchment east of Nicklin Way, following the southern foreshores of Currimundi Lake to Currimundi Beach with Buderim Street as the southern boundary.

Currimundi Catchment Care Group Inc. (CCCG), formed in 2001, is interested in the wellbeing of the total catchment and participates in various activities throughout the catchment.



Kawana Forest Residents Association (KaFRA)


Kawana Forest Residents’ Association (“KaFRA”) is a non-partisan Association that shares a common goal with all Kawana Forest residents and property owners, to ensure the preservation of our magnificent Kawana Forest environment, protection of our unique community and provision of a strong, cohesive voice for the residents’ current and future needs.



Kawana Island Residents Association (KIRA)


Kawana Island Residents Association was established with the goal of working with all relevant parties to ensure that “Our Island” continues to be one of the most desirable locations to live on the Sunshine Coast. We would like to increase our membership from the current 500 to over 1000 residents. Our vision is to work together as a community to uphold and increase the desirability of living on Kawana Island. This can be achieved in a number of ways but a significant contributing factor is the sense of belonging that is created in a community. This ultimately will lead to residents taking pride in the community.



Residents Association South Sunshine Coast (formerly Caloundra City Ratepayers Association)


Now in their 17th year, the Residents Association South Sunshine Coast (formerly Caloundra City Ratepayers Association) meet on a monthly basis at the Caloundra RSL to discuss local issues that predominantly affect the former Caloundra City Council area.

For more information, contact the Secretary/Treasurer, Peter Bryant OAM on 0438 579 950.  



Sippy Downs & Districts Community


Their mission is for the Sippy Downs area to provide an optimum lifestyle for those who live and work here; to create a community that is socially and environmentally friendly and sustainable; and to give all stakeholders a voice in its future development. The name Sippy is said to be a derivation of the Aboriginal word ‘dhippy’ or ‘jippi’ meaning bird or winged creatures. Early white settlers used the land for grazing, timber and later sugar cane farming. It was earmarked for settlement as Sunshine Coast development boomed from the 1960s, but a major residential community did not start to take shape until the Sunshine Motorway opened in 1990. The University of the Sunshine Coast opened at Sippy Downs in 1996 and was significant in the growth of the area as a planned community. Future developments include a major Town Centre which will support the residential estates, the largest of which is Chancellor Park, and Palmview directly south. Sippy Downs boasts first-class public and private schools and is also home to a growing retail and commercial precinct, which includes major banks & retailers such as Woolworths, Joyce Mayne, 1st Choice, to name a few.

This website is administered by the local residents association known as the SDDCA.  



Lions Club of Lake Currimundi-Kawana


Lake Currimundi/Kawana Lions Club was formed in 1981 with some of the original members still with us. We are always looking for new members to join our friendly club and to help out with projects, as some of our existing members are retiring or have already retired from the Lions.

The main goals in their Lions Club is to raise money and donate it back to the community to those we think may need a little help. A few of our recent donations were, walkers for children with disabilities, Christmas hampers for families in need, Act for Kids, Angel Flight, Kidney Support, Lions Emergency Accommodation Centre – LE.A.C, Lion Hearing Dogs, Riding for the disabled, Lion youth research, Starlight Foundation, local schools, etc. We basically help out where it is needed when we can.

Even though most of the money we raise may go locally, we do also support other projects and catastrophes, such as research for hospitals, help fire and flood victims in Australia and around the world and other global projects and disasters.

To list just a few of our regular activities that requires volunteers are, Barbeques, selling Christmas Cakes at local shopping centres, Christmas Carols, Hospital bags, local schools Lion Youth of the year and selling Lions Mints. We undertake various projects throughout the year, where ever needed.



Rotary Club of Kawana Waters


The Rotary Club of Kawana Waters meet on the second and fourth Monday of each month.  Rotary International The stated purpose of the organization is to bring together business and professional leaders to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. Rotary’s best-known motto is “Service above Self”, and its secondary motto is “They profit most who serve best”.

For contact information of our local club, please contact my office on (07) 5478 1189.



Kawana Soccer Club


The Kawana Soccer Club or the Force as they are known, are a great local sporting organisation in our community.  Based at the western fields off Mililieu Place, Birtinya, the passion of the players and fans at the Club, the heritage of the Club, and the unique statis it enjoys in the community make it an exciting proposition for everyone involved.

Club Contact Details

Email : Postal Address : PO Box 714 Buddina Q 4575 Field Address : Stockland Park, Western Precinct Milieu Place Bokarina Q 4575 Phone : 07 54931494 (soccer season only)



Kawana Waters Surf Lifesaving Club


Kawana Surf Club is centrally located on the picturesque Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia. The Clubhouse offers fully licensed bar, fantastic gaming and wonderful dining with a warm family atmosphere. Active Club Members patrol the beach on a volunteer basis on the weekends and public holidays during the warmer months. They also participate in the many other activities offered by Kawana Surf Club including junior activities, surf sports, lifesaving training, fund raising and much more.

Take a moment to explore our “new look” web site, for more details and either drop in, drop us an email, give us a ring or write us a letter …



Sunshine Coast Crime Stoppers


Crime Stoppers is a telephone hotline for members of the community to provide anonymous information about criminal activity. This information is electronically sent to the police establishment nearest to where the crime is occurring for investigation.

  • You, the caller need not give your name. Remaining anonymous allows you to overcome any fear of involvement or retaliation.

Your call is not recorded or taped. You are not identified in any way.

Callers are allocated a code number:

  • To provide further information
  • To check on the progress of the investigation
  • To collect the reward.

Crime Stoppers – 1 800 333 000 (Toll Free).

If you need police to attend an address or you need immediate police assistance DO NOT PHONE CRIME STOPPERS.

Phone Police Communications: 3364 3555 (Brisbane Metropolitan Area) or in an emergency call 000 (triple zero).



Quota International of Caloundra Inc.

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Quota International of Caloundra Inc. is a not-for-profit association established as an avenue for socially minded women and men to serve their community, especially in the areas of speech and hearing, and disadvantaged women and children.

We meet on the second Thursday of each month at the Caloundra Power Boat Club at 6pm for an optional dinner to enjoy fellowship, and then hold our meeting at 7pm to plan our service activities.

Being a newly formed club, we are fresh and energetic.   At the same time, we are part of a world-wide service group which celebrates its 93rd birthday in 2012, and we therefore share the benefit of a respected and well-established organisation.

We welcome your enquiry.   Come along to a meeting at no obligation, or contact our President Janelle Wellsteed on 0414 586 205 or for further details.



Buddina Community Garden


Since 2010, the Buddina Community Garden Committee have been very busy developing a community garden at the end of Kevin Asmus Park, Buddina.  They are currently in the early stage of construction and are seeking support and involvement from our community through eith volunteer participation or financial sponsorship.