Owners of real estate in Surfers Paradise still have a chance to have their say on the future of Queensland.
Submissions from the public for the Queensland Plan, a 30-year strategy for the state, close on August 30 so there is time for Queenslanders to express their views.
According to an August 16 media release, there have been over 33,000 submissions to date, and the plan is placing an emphasis on youth – namely those who will be in charge of the state in 30 years' time.
"It is important we listen to the future leaders of this state about their long-term priorities," said Premier Campbell Newman.
"The Queensland Plan is about creating the future that awaits them."
The plan accepts public opinion on issues such as fostering a stronger sense of community and strengthening the economic stability of the state, so is a great opportunity for those with Surfers Paradise property to contribute towards its future.
The plan is open to submissions until midnight on August 30, and the public can contribute their views at www.queenslandplan.qld.gov.au.