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Agnes Water Community Centre
The new $3.54 million Agnes Water Community Centre Complex has been officially opened.
The complex houses Gladstone Regional Council's Rural Transaction Centre and Library, plus the Discovery Coast Tourism Information Centre.
The library is significantly larger than the former one and offers greater resources, more computers, free Wi-Fi, longer opening hours and ample seating.
The complex can be found at 71 Springs road, about 700 metres from the intersection of springs Road and Captain Cook drive, adjacent to Agnes Water Museum.
The project received funding of $1.026 million for the Rural Transaction Centre and $439,000 for the Multicultural Resource Centre, which houses the Library, through the Federal Government's Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government Community Infrastructure Program.
The remainder of the project was Council funded.
The centre is the booking point for meeting rooms within the facility plus the Old Agnes Water Community Centre located nearby.
To make a booking, please phone 4902 1555.
For a copy of Venue Fees and Charges for all centres click here.
Agnes Water RTC Photograph Competition
Residents are being invited to help Gladstone Regional Council celebrate the first birthday of the state-of-the-art Agnes Water Rural Transaction Centre building.The $3.54 million building, which was officially opened by the Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Anthony Albanese on April 12, 2012, is a one-stop shop for residents wanting to access Federal, State and Local Government services, the Agnes Water Library and the Agnes Water Visitor Information Centre.As part of the celebrations, staff have organised a photographic exhibition titled ‘Lazy Dayz @ Agnes’ and invites residents to submit photographs that capture the theme. For full story, please view the News item this page. To download an entry form, please click on the image accompanying this text or (click here).
Residents are being invited to help Gladstone Regional Council celebrate the first birthday of the state-of-the-art Agnes Water Rural Transaction Centre building. The $3.54 million building, which...
APRIL 12, 2012: The Discovery Coast's Agnes Water Community Centre has been officially opened to the public.
December 1, 2011: The new Agnes Water Community Centre Complex drew a positive response from residents on a busy first day of operation today.
November 30, 2011: It will be business as usual but with improvements when the Agnes Water Community Centre Complex opens its doors to the public at 9am tomorrow.