Today, we continue our Who’s Who in 22 series by listing members of the community, in the Moreton Bay Region, who have achieved great things in 2022.
It comes in a year which has been tough for many organisatons, but tenacity, ingenuity, hard work and strong teams have helped many shine.
We take our hats off to volunteers and those actively working to make our region a better place for all. You truly are making a difference.
It’s been a big year!
Who’s Who in 22: Community
Here’s part one of our list of some of the members of the community, in the Moreton Bay Region, who have achieved great things in 2022. There are, no doubt, many more … this region is full of amazing people but if we published them all, we might break the internet!
Click on each name to read why they’ve made the list.
(In no particular order)
A new sculpture that pays tribute to Bongaree, the first known Aboriginal person to circumnavigate Australia and contribute to the mapping of the Australian coastline, has been unveiled outside the Bribie Island Seaside Museum **FREE TO READ**
The Redcliffe Christmas Twilight Markets are returning to the Redcliffe foreshore with the best eats, beats and treats the peninsula has to offer. Here's the details
Step into the colourful world of celebrated artist Martin Edge this summer at Pine Rivers Art Gallery. Playful and interactive elements feature in the exhibition. **FREE TO READ**
A new community garden that aims to inspire people to grow their own healthy food in an urban environment will call Beachmere home. Located next to the Beachmere Hub, the garden is the result of many years of planning and fundraising. See the pictures here