The Twin Waters Residents' Association (TWRA) was established in 1997 to foster the interests of residents, and has grown as the community has developed. The TWRA is very active and currently a record number of more than 500 families in Twin Waters are members of the association. All residents of Twin Waters, whether owners or tenants, are welcome and encouraged to join the TWRA.
The TWRA is an incorporated body that operates in accordance with the association's constitution and rules. Any member may obtain a copy by contacting the Secretary.
This web site provides information about Twin Waters, the TWRA and matters of interest to residents of Twin Waters. If you have any suggestions or comments you would like to make, please contact us. We welcome your interest and use of this site.
Twin Waters, on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Australia, is a master planned community located on the northern side of the Maroochy River and close to the golden surfing beaches of the Sunshine Coast. Twin Waters has approximately 1000 accommodation units, predominately residential houses, but also includes three separate apartment complexes, a retirement village, shopping centre and the Twin Waters Golf Club and Novotel Twin Waters Resort.
The community is proud of its friendly neighbourhood environment, gardens, picturesque lake and canals, numerous parks, walkways and landscaped streets.
The objectives of the TWRA are:
• Represent members' interest in regard to the quality and amenity of the Twin Waters Residential Community;
• Promote pride in The Twin Waters environment and encourage membership of the association;
• Arrange and carry out all activities necessary to raise funds to further improve the amenities of the community;
• Conduct meetings, seminars or outings of interest to the members of the Association; and
• The Association shall be non-party political and non-sectarian.
Elections for positions on the Management Committee are held at the Annual General Meeting. Positions available are President, Secretary, Treasurer and such other positions as the meeting, or subsequent general meetings, may appoint. To assist the Association achieve its goals various sub-committees, coordinators and ad hoc groups are appointed to activities such as landscape maintenance, facilitation of social events and minimising harmful impacts that may arise from nearby road and property development. There are always opportunities for members to participate in voluntary activities.