The Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur (OQCE) are planning a visit of Chief Entrepreneur Leanne Kemp in Maryborough on Monday 20th July and she would love to meet with Fraser Coast businesses
Craig Hilton is the new Small Business Financial Counsellor on the Fraser Coast, providing free, confidential small business financial counselling to local business owners.
A free Fraser Coast Virtual Business Summit being held this month to help local businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
More people will be allowed in the Hervey Bay and Maryborough libraries at the one time and the Brolga Theatre will reopen in a limited capacity following the further easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
Local community and sporting clubs shut down due to COVID-19 restrictions will benefit from $54,000 in grants from the Fraser Coast Regional Council.
Save the date! Thursday 23rd July 2020 – 9am to 10.30am. Hear key speakers to discuss the opportunities for business recovery and resilience from COVID-19.
The Hervey Bay and Maryborough Libraries will re-open, Council-owned caravan parks can now take bookings and more people can visit Council pools at the one time.
Council will start re-opening facilities from this weekend and over the coming weeks in line with the three stages outlined in the Queensland Government’s road map.
Business owners and operators can now call a dedicated helpline to get through the COVID-19 assistance packages.
The Fraser Coast Regional Council’s Economic Development Team has launched an “Open For Business” page on the Council website.
Five of 11 sites to close as part of measures to reduce the potential spread of the coronavirus across the region.
Council will sign up to be part of the “Care Army” to help ensure the wellbeing of seniors and vulnerable people during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
K’gari (Fraser Island) is now closed to visitors but island residents can still travel to and from the mainland.
Fraser Coast Regional Council Customer Service Counters will close today (Monday, March 30).
Council has closed all its caravan parks, RV parks and camping grounds as part of new restrictions to slow the spread of the coronavirus.