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The Emus Gone Responsive..."we are now the future"

Jeff Quigley - Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Way back in the year 2002 the idea came about to create a Directory - Tourist Information website for Emu Park and the surrounding districts of the southern end of the Capricorn Coast as at the time everything was deemed to be Yeppoon, Yeppoon and Yeppoon.  (Some today still see the same problem).

Technically the site was created in a format that suited the times.  Back then no one ever envisaged that they would be able to call up Emu Park Online on a screen on a device that was held in their hands or sitting in a carrybag or in a large purse.  Fast Forward - now it is just part of our every day lifestyle.

Walk down any street and what do you see - people of all ages staring into their hands looking at the internet.  Ask someone the time these days and the first thing they do is reach for their phones and flick it on.  Ask someone if they know the telephone number of so and so or where they can find a local tradie.  What do they do - straight to the phone.

Although still very popular www.emuparkonline.com.au in its old format has passed its used by date. So now with the help of some brilliant minds and modern technology we have bit the bullet and have rebuilt the entire website from the ground up. (eventually all websites will have to be changed)


Hundreds of pages and content had to be rebuilt for the upgrade.  Over the years 188 Local Businesses, 20 Accomodations, 75 Clubs have listed with Emu Park Online.  These entries had to recreated into the new format.

The Emu Park Online Team hopes you enjoy the new experience of viewing our new you beaut top shelf responsive website.


Responsive web design (RWD) is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).