A friendly reminder that rates will be issued week commencing Monday 26 July and will be due 26th August 2021.
Fraser Coast Mayor George Seymour said...
Fraser Coast residents can now take an online survey to have their say on local laws covering everyday issues like animal management, parking, beach safety and waste management.
But wait there’s more! Attendees at the free Fraser Coast Business Expo 2021 next week will be in the running to win almost $7000 worth of door prizes.
An Olympic Games spread across multiple facilities across Queensland would benefit the Fraser Coast, Mayor George Seymour said.
The Orchid House at the Hervey Bay Botanic Gardens will close for nearly three weeks from next Monday (26 July) for minor renovations.
A World War Two prisoner of war who secretly made radios for his fellow POWs and a pie-making family have been honoured by bronze artworks installed as part of a major makeover.
Fraser Coast youths will be able to put their aspirations and concerns directly to Council through a new advisory council.
About 120 disaster management professionals from across Australia will descend on the Fraser Coast for a major conference which will inject thousands of dollars into the local economy.
Fraser Coast businesses wanting to learn more about what information, services and products are available to help them grow are encouraged to attend a free expo in Hervey Bay later this month.
Fraser Coast rugby league fans will have the chance to watch elite players in action live and meet some past legends of the game when Wynnum Manly Seagulls take on the Papua New Guinea.
Dozens of artists will vie for a range of prizes at the Hervey Bay Art Society’s 37th Annual Competitive Art Exhibition.
Residents in the growing western section of Burrum Heads will have easier access to Lions Park, the best beach in town, and the boat ramp.
Enough polystyrene packaging to fill an Olympic swimming pool has been diverted from landfill on the Fraser Coast in the past year.
Fraser Coast residents are being urged to register for upcoming community workshops being held as part of a review of local laws that cover everyday issues.
Rooms in a new building at the Fraser Coast Sport and Recreation Precinct will be leased to the Hervey Bay Oztag Sports Association and the Fraser Coast Cycling Club.