Places to vote Saturday

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THERE are 12 polling stations throughout the Noosa region that voters can use for Saturday's state election.

Some have wheelchair access, some don't.

And the number includes this week's pre-polling station at the Tewantin Tafe campus, which is able to handle large voter volumes, including a disability drive-through facility for cars with disability stickers, and retirement village or nursing home buses, and has good cover from the weather if queuing.

Here are the locations:

Boreen Point

The polling station is at Lake Cootharaba Sailing Club, 24 Boreen Parade.


Head to Cooran State School. This polling station has assisted wheelchair access.


Noosa District High School, Tulip St. This polling station has assisted wheelchair access.

Kin Kin

Kin Kin State School, Main St.

Sunshine Beach

Sunshine Beach State School, David Low Way, with full wheelchair access.

Noosa Heads

Noosa Tigers AFL Club, 149 Weyba Rd, with full wheelchair access.


Christian Outreach Centre Hall, Beckmans Rd with assisted wheelchair access.

Peregian Beach

Peregian Beach Community Kindergarten, Rofous St, with assisted wheelchair access.


The Memorial School of Arts Hall), 6 Reserve St, Pomona, with full wheelchair access.

Rainbow Beach

Rainbow Beach State School, 1 Warooga Rd, with full wheelchair access.


Tinbeerwah Hall, 1 Sunrise Rd, with no wheelchair access.

Visit for more information about voting, and click on state election 2017.

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