Capital investment is already underway on The Mill at Moreton Bay, with significant road and rail infrastructure in place and operation of the new University of the Sunshine Coast foundation facility. Sizeable urban development opportunities mean that early investors will help shape the precinct with prime access to key infrastructure and natural environment features.
Over the next 20 years, this multibillion-dollar precinct will be transformed into an attractive and distinctive urban centre, delivering an innovative and dynamic new employment and innovation hub for South East Queensland.
Site declared a Priority Development Area to help fast-track development.
$1.2B Redcliffe Peninsula Line opens providing six new train stations (Kallangur, Murrumba Downs, Mango Hill, Mango Hill East, Rothwell and Kippa-Ring).
Commonwealth Government provides concessional loan to UniSC for development of the Moreton Bay Campus on the Mill Site.
Council establishes the Koala Management Plan to enhance koala habitat and populations across the Mill site,
UniSC Moreton Bay opens its new flagship campus in Petrie.
$11.5M water Park opens to the community.
Koala population at the Mill site surges from 45 to 98 in three years.
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