Projects and strategies list
City of Gold Coast implements projects and strategies to strengthen the city's economy, protect our environment and improve services and facilities for our residents, businesses and visitors. You can find specific projects or strategies on this page by searching for specific keywords or searching by category in the fields shown.
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Arts & culture
The City of Gold Coast's Culture Strategy 2023 outlines a future where culture is central to our community wellbeing, our city's reputation and liveability and our economic growth.
The Gold Coast Cultural Precinct project aims to rejuvenate the 17-hectare Evandale site into an energised space consisting of significant civic space and a green bridge linking Chevron Island.
City of Gold Coast implements projects to reduce graffiti in different ways. This may include working with young people to divert them from criminal behaviour, reducing access to spray paint or beautifying graffiti hotspots.
Business & economic development
The Gold Coast Marine Precinct is the major marine industry industrial area within the City of Gold Coast, dedicated to manufacture, servicing/repairs and refits of recreational boats.
The Economic Development International Plan is a 10 year guide to develop a globally connected regional economy.
The Destination Tourism Management Plan (DTMP) extends the highly successful partnership between the City and the tourism industry through Gold Coast Tourism.
The City of Gold Coast's Economic Development Strategy sets the direction for economic development of the Gold Coast until 2020.
The Schoolies Festival Three-Point Plan, approved by Cabinet in May 2003, identified the need to develop and implement a Surfers Paradise Community Safety Action Plan.
Council of the City of Gold Coast facilitates a number of projects designed to improve access for people with disabilities on the Gold Coast and to give people with disabilities a collective voice in the city.
Queenslanders with Disabilities Network (QDN) is a state-wide network which is organised by people with disability for people with disability.