Developing a Community Plan for Bonny Hills

Consultation for this community plan has now closed.

The Bonny Hills community has been working together with Council in a Community-Council Action Team to create a Community Plan for your community.

The Plan is a community-led blueprint which reflects the aspirations, strengths and what is special or unique about the area; the character, lifestyle, urban amenity, social image, economy and environment, and the vision that the community has for its future.

This Community Plan is accompanied by an ongoing Action Plan which identifies key priorities and actions to achieve the community’s vision - the responsibility for which will be shared between the community and Council.

The document can be downloaded from the Document Library (to the right).

Ongoing community planning is a key process in developing a strong partnership between Council and the community and will enable Council to:

  • Understand what community's value;
  • Understand the issues and priorities for each community;
  • Better incorporate these priorities into Council’s planning framework;
  • Work together to deliver the identified priorities.


The Bonny Hills Community Plan evolved from:

  • Three Council-coordinated workshops, attended by a total of over 100 community members, to identify and prioritise values, issues and opportunities;
  • Interim meetings between Bonny Hills Progress Association executive members and Council officers to advance the process;
  • A Family Day at Rainbow Beach Reserve to seek wider views, sponsored by Council;
  • An on-line survey on Council’s website;
  • Production of a DRAFT Community Plan for endorsement by Councillors in September 2018;
  • Formation of a Bonny Hills Community-Council Action Team (CCAT) in December 2018;
  • Bonny Hills CCAT monthly meetings to further develop the Community Plan.


Thank you to those who have shared their thoughts on the Community Plan and Action Plan. The Community-Council Action team is currently reviewing all submissions received and will make amendments to the existing documents. The Community Plan and the Action Plan will be presented to the Councillors for endorsement at the October 2019 meeting.


The Community-Council Action Team will then work on the delivery of the actions identified and prioritised in the Action Plan.


Want to be a part of Community Planning?

There is still time to be a part of the Community-Council Action Team. If you would like to shape the future direction of Bonny Hills, complete the online nomination form.


The Bonny Hills community has been working together with Council in a Community-Council Action Team to create a Community Plan for your community.

The Plan is a community-led blueprint which reflects the aspirations, strengths and what is special or unique about the area; the character, lifestyle, urban amenity, social image, economy and environment, and the vision that the community has for its future.

This Community Plan is accompanied by an ongoing Action Plan which identifies key priorities and actions to achieve the community’s vision - the responsibility for which will be shared between the community and Council.

The document can be downloaded from the Document Library (to the right).

Ongoing community planning is a key process in developing a strong partnership between Council and the community and will enable Council to:

  • Understand what community's value;
  • Understand the issues and priorities for each community;
  • Better incorporate these priorities into Council’s planning framework;
  • Work together to deliver the identified priorities.


The Bonny Hills Community Plan evolved from:

  • Three Council-coordinated workshops, attended by a total of over 100 community members, to identify and prioritise values, issues and opportunities;
  • Interim meetings between Bonny Hills Progress Association executive members and Council officers to advance the process;
  • A Family Day at Rainbow Beach Reserve to seek wider views, sponsored by Council;
  • An on-line survey on Council’s website;
  • Production of a DRAFT Community Plan for endorsement by Councillors in September 2018;
  • Formation of a Bonny Hills Community-Council Action Team (CCAT) in December 2018;
  • Bonny Hills CCAT monthly meetings to further develop the Community Plan.


Thank you to those who have shared their thoughts on the Community Plan and Action Plan. The Community-Council Action team is currently reviewing all submissions received and will make amendments to the existing documents. The Community Plan and the Action Plan will be presented to the Councillors for endorsement at the October 2019 meeting.


The Community-Council Action Team will then work on the delivery of the actions identified and prioritised in the Action Plan.


Want to be a part of Community Planning?

There is still time to be a part of the Community-Council Action Team. If you would like to shape the future direction of Bonny Hills, complete the online nomination form.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We want to hear from you! Let us know what you think about the Bonny Hills Community Plan.

    The Community-Council Action Team will review all feedback received and make amendments to the documents prior to endorsement by Council.

    Privacy Notification: Information contained in submissions and petitions, including your name, address and contact information, may be made public by exhibition on Council’s website, inclusion in Council reports and publicly accessible register. In limited circumstances, you may apply in writing for suppression of your personal information from a publicly accessible register. Submissions and petitions are subject to the provisions of the Government

    We want to hear from you! Let us know what you think about the Bonny Hills Community Plan.

    The Community-Council Action Team will review all feedback received and make amendments to the documents prior to endorsement by Council.

    Privacy Notification: Information contained in submissions and petitions, including your name, address and contact information, may be made public by exhibition on Council’s website, inclusion in Council reports and publicly accessible register. In limited circumstances, you may apply in writing for suppression of your personal information from a publicly accessible register. Submissions and petitions are subject to the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Further information on how Council handles personal information can be found in our Privacy Statement located on Council’s website.

    Consultation for this community plan has now closed.