Who We Are & What We Do

We are a group of residents from Doonan Bridge Road and other parts of Verrierdale, formed to voice our concerns about the safety, speed limit, sub-standard design, redirection of natural floodwater flows, excessive drainage and use of extensive guard railing in the so called Council 'upgrade' of Doonan Bridge Road, and the effects it will have, and is having on wildlife, particularly adjacent to the Doonan Creek Environmental Reserve.

Our objectives are to protect and retain our quiet, natural, rural lifestyle from inappropriate development, future aircraft noise from the proposed airport expansion, residential development of ex-cane fields and any other issues which may affect our quality of life in this wonderful area.

The reason many moved to the area and love living here is because of the natural values it offers and we will endeavour to protect these.

If you agree with our values and objectives, please get involved by joining us, free of charge.

Where is Verrierdale

Verrierdale is a rural suburb at the northern end of the Sunshine Coast, situated between Eumundi and Peregian Beach; it is about 120 km north of Brisbane. Verrierdale is believed to be named after David George Verrier who was an early settler in the area.

In the 2016 Australian census conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Verrierdale's population was 775 with 294 private dwellings. Verrierdale is in division 9 of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council. Since the Palaszczuk government swept to power in 2015, Verrierdale is now in the state electorate of Ninderry, whilst its federal division is Fairfax.