Demolition of old Sibelco mining huts on Adams Beach where a new, $3.35 million cultural centre would be built facing the waters of Moreton Bay.

“The Minjerribah Cultural Centre should be completed by 2020.  It is the second tangible sign of the Queensland government’s $29.75 million economic transition strategyfor 23 projects to slowly lead the island away from the $50 million annual revenue it receives from sand mining”Screen Shot 2018-12-15 at 9.26.02 pmBrisbane Times article also reported Dunwich Secondary College will also to become an Education Queensland training centre for tourism business skills for island residents.

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