It’s time for Council’s annual free kerbside cleanup collection service! Non-gated areas in Coomera Waters have been advised to place all their unwanted goods on their kerb by this SUNDAY 26 JULY ready for pick-up over the following week.
Gated areas are not normally included in this Council service due to gate access issues, however, Council has been in touch this week with the relevant Bodies Corporate. Council has now confirmed that residents in gated areas should place their items out for collection by Sunday 2 August (one week later than the non-gated areas). Council will deliver flyers to gated areas this week.
Items INCLUDED IN THE COLLECTION are white goods (except fridges and freezers), bath/laundry tubs, carpet/lino, bagged garden waste, small prunings (tied in bundles), small car parts, furniture (please remove cupboard doors), scrap metal and other household items.
Items NOT INCLUDED IN THE COLLECTION are food waste, paints, oils, chemicals, gas bottles, tyres, glass, mirrors, building/commercial waste, car batteries, liquids and hazardous waste.
More info from Council on 5581 6799 or www.cityofgoldcoast.com.au/kerbsidecleanup
Fit Psychology is now offering its services at the Coomera Waters Medical Centre on Tuesdays from 9am-4pm. Bookings on 07 5580 1359 or email
Fit Psychology can provide support for a range of issues including anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, weight loss, body image, eating disorders, relationships, work stress and school stress. Medicare and private health rebates are available.
Tooraneedin Road (one way section of road in nearby Coomera Shores) is now closed for development. This will affect Coomera Waters school bus services - click here for the info sheet about affected services including a map. Ragamuffin Drive between Rampage St and Brindabella Close will not be serviced by Surfside Buslines during this period. Two new temporary bus stops are available on Wangi Way and also at the roundabout junction of Ragamuffin Drive and Ragamuffin Drive East.
Surfside Bus Lines said, "We apologise for the late notice of this update. The road closure directive did not come through from TransLink, the GCCC and developers until last thing Tuesday afternoon. We will continue to survey these services over the following weeks to ensure all affected students will be informed. It is expected that the road closures will be in place for the next 5 months and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause."
TransLink can be contacted on 13 12 30 or www.surfside.com.au
You can also find more info about koala conservation at the Council website link below including an online form for all koala sightings. You can also call 1300 465 326 to report koala sightings. http://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/environment/koala-conservation-4020.html