Forty Fraser Coast residents will become Australian citizens and a range of community will be held throughout the region.
Hervey Bay’s WetSide Water Park has proven popular again with tens of thousands of people visiting the top-rating venue in 2020 despite the six-month closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Fraser Coast residents are being encouraged to be part of a community panel to help Council develop a water supply security strategy.
Online bingo, virtual trivia and tips and tricks for making video calls are among the activities being organised on the Fraser Coast for Get Online Week.
Festive celebrations on the Fraser Coast will take a unique twist this year with a free livestreamed community concert being planned in place of the traditional large Carols by Candlelight events.
Changes at the Saltwater Creek Road landfill in Maryborough will quadruple the amount of space available at the facility.
It is now free to take expanded polystyrene packaging to Fraser Coast Regional Council landfill and transfer stations.
The Hervey Bay Airport has a new look ahead of the return of Qantas flights to Brisbane from today (Monday, June 15).
Fraser Coast residents and visitors are being encouraged to explore Maryborough’s historic Portside Precinct as it re-opens from this weekend.
Fraser Coast Regional Council has employed specialist divers to inspect and clean the insides of drinking water reservoirs across the region this week.
Business owners and operators can now call a dedicated helpline to get through the COVID-19 assistance packages.
Fraser Coast residents travelling along one of Hervey Bay’s key east-west road links will soon have a safer and smoother journey.