Local elections set to continue

By Rose Astley

The 2020 local government elections are set to continue tomorrow amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.

Health officials have stated that there is no risk if voters adhere to the recommended health and safety advice, such as maintaining a 1.5 metre gap between each person and bringing your own pen or pencil.

Enhanced cleaning procedures are set to take place according to the Electoral Commission of Queensland.

Pre-polling booths in Noosa are still open until 6pm March 27 in locations: Cooroy Uniting Church Hall, 51 Maple Street and 6 Swanbourne Way, Noosaville.

So far more than 1 million Queenslanders have already cast an early vote, according to the ECQ.

Polling booths open tomorrow, March 28 from 8am to 6pm at the following locations:

Lake Cootharaba Sailing Club, 24 Boreen Parade, BOREEN POINT

Cooran Assisted Cooran State School, 31 James Street, COORAN

Cooroy Full Noosa District State High School, 2 Tulip Street, COOROY

Kin Kin None Kin Kin State School, 26 ‐ 32 Main Street, KIN KIN

Noosa Junction Full Sunshine Beach State School, Bicentennial Drive, SUNSHINE BEACH

Noosaville Assisted Noosa Baptist Church, 1 Lake Weyba Drive, NOOSAVILLE

Noosaville West Assisted Good Shepherd Lutheran Church,115 Eumundi Road, NOOSAVILLE

Peregian Beach Assisted Peregian Beach Community Kindergarten, 13 Rofous Street, PEREGIAN BEACH

Pomona Full Pomona Memorial School of Arts Hall, 6 Reserve Street, POMONA

Tewantin Full Tewantin State School, Goodwin Street, TEWANTIN

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