Level 2 Water Restrictions are in effect fom Monday 4 December
A concept design and preferred route for a pipeline connecting the Hervey Bay and Maryborough water supply schemes is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Local tradies and subbies are being reminded of the opportunities to secure work during the construction of a new Hervey Bay City Centre community hub.
It’s time to untangle the fairy lights and start planning your Christmas lights display!
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious young Fraser Coast authors and poets have been recognised in the 2023 Mary Poppins Literary Competition and shared almost $2000 in prize money.
The Aubinville Sewage Treatment Plant in Maryborough has undergone a multi-million dollar modernisation to improve its reliability and meet the needs of our growing community.
Brighter, easier-to-use tackle bins and new awareness stickers have been rolled out on the Fraser Coast to help protect wildlife.
Fraser Coast Regional Council is seeking proposals to help revitalise the Hervey Bay City Centre through the development of prime land across from Seafront Oval.
Over 100 roses have been stolen from the Elizabeth Park Rose Garden in Maryborough.
Fraser Coast residents are being encouraged to celebrate Queen’s Park's 150th anniversary.
Fraser Coast artists and art groups looking to develop skills or seeking support for locally produced arts, culture and heritage events can now submit applications for RADF grants.
There is no time for seniors to rest this October with more than 30 events taking place on the Fraser Coast for Seniors Month.
Fraser Coast Regional Council staff will practice putting up the temporary flood levee and installing the temporary penstock gate during a training exercise in Maryborough on Sunday 15 October.
Fraser Coast pet owners will have the opportunity to treat their furry friend and renew their registration at a special event being held at Dayman Park in Urangan on Sunday 15 October.
October is ‘Get Ready Month’ with Fraser Coast residents urged to prepare for storms and bushfires and have a plan to keep their family, home and pets safe.
Six Fraser Coast community representatives have been appointed to a Council advisory committee to help advance arts and culture in the region.