Recent place name decisions
Job number 17-050: Longreach
Proposal: Alter the boundary of the locality of Longreach and discontinue the localities of Vergemont, Tocal, Ernestina, Camoola, Chorregon, Maneroo and Morella.
Local government: Longreach Regional Council
Additional information: This proposal is aiming to address community concerns around confusion with addressing in the provision of services.
Decided: 11 January 2019
Attachments: Proposal plan QPN1380 (PDF, 640.4KB), Decision plan QPN1380 (PDF, 675KB)
Job number 17-057: Berrinba/Kingston/Marsden
Proposal: Alter the boundaries of Berrinba, Kingston and Marsden
Local government: Logan City
Additional information: An area of Marsden to the north of Berrinba Wetlands and adjoining the suburb boundary of Berrinba is subject to urban development and the community interest of this estate is reportedly more aligned to Berrinba.
Decided: 11 January 2019
Attachments: Proposal plan QPN1393 (PDF, 1.1MB), Decision plan QPN1393 (PDF 1.1MB)
Job number 15-030: Mistake Creek, Clermont, Peak Vale, Laglan, Argyll, Frankfield
Proposal: Discontinue the name of the locality of Mistake Creek. Alter the boundaries of the localities of Clermont, Laglan, Frankfield and Peak Vale (Isaac Regional). Extend the locality of Peak Vale into Central Highlands Regional by altering the boundaries of the locality of Argyll.
Local government: Isaac Regional and Central Highlands Regional
Additional information: This proposal is aiming to address community concerns around confusion with addressing in the provision of essential services.
Decided: 17 May 2019.
Attachments: Proposal plan QPN1392 (PDF, 1054KB), Decision plan QPN1392 (PDF, 2.2MB)
Job number 18-089: Banya, Bells Creek, Corbould Park, Gagalba, Meridan Plains, Nirimba
Proposal: Alter the boundaries of Bells Creek and Meridan Plains and create the new localities of Banya, Corbould Park, Gagalba and Nirimba.
Local government: Sunshine Coast Regional
Additional information: To provide for the anticipated future growth and development within the Caloundra South Priority Development Area, the new localities will cater for property addressing of future residential growth. It is predicted the priority development area will expand over the next 30 years, providing approximately 20,000 dwellings to house a future population of 50,000 residents.
Decided: 14 June 2019.
Attachments: Proposal plan QPN1395 (PDF, 2MB), Decision plan QPN1395 (PDF, 1.3MB)