Friends of Ninney Rise successfully applied for a Queensland Government Everyone's Environment Grant to develop a Conservation Management Plan and video history of Ninney Rise.
Michael Gunn of Michael Gunn Architects and Catherine Brouwer - Landscape Architect,visited Mission Beach between 3rd and 6th August inspecting Ninney Rise and the grounds and interviewed some of the locals who had knowledge and memories of John and Alison Busst and later Mrs Tode.
There was a lot of discussion about the history of Ninney Rise on October 25 for the 'If these walls could talk' community open day.
Guest speakers included Peter Gill, Geoff Dove and Yvonne Cunningham. who shared their memories of people associated with Ninney RiseNinney Rise is open to the community from 2 to 4pm Saturday 25 October.
On July 29th 2014, Craig Dean, Senior Conservation Officer from Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Sandal Hayes, secretary of Friends of Ninney Rise (FoNR) shake hands after the lease is signed giving FoNR responsibility for the management of Ninney Rise, John Bussts heritage listed home