We are moving to Level 2 Water Restrictions from Monday 4 December
Hundreds of planners from across Australia will descend on the Fraser Coast next year for a major conference expected to inject tens of thousands of dollars into the local economy.
A Fraser Coast Regional Council officer has received a national customer service award.
An immersive art exhibition and community project exploring housing insecurity, homelessness and displacement is now on view at the Hervey Bay Regional Gallery.
Fraser Coast residents and community groups will be able to access a “Plant to Plate” Seed Library to help grow their own gardens and then donate seeds back once their plants have grown.
From recycled plastic monkeys to masterpieces recreated in denim offcuts, 2023’s Waste to Art competition entries were diverse and wonderful.
Smoke testing will be conducted in Hervey Bay, Maryborough and Burrum Heads in early 2024 to help identify the sources of stormwater and groundwater leaking into the sewerage network.
A car park outside a Scarness bar and restaurant will be converted into a parklet to provide more opportunities for outdoor dining and a place for pedestrians to sit and relax.
Thong throwing, community sports, free barbecues, live music and a World War I re-enactment are among the activities planned at Fraser Coast Australia Day 2024 events.
The Fraser Coast Regional Council has again achieved great results in the Lifeblood Local Government Blood Drive.
Fraser Coast residents will only be permitted to use sprinklers and irrigation systems three nights a week between 4pm and 9am under level two water restrictions taking effect next month.
Roads right across the Fraser Coast will be given a new lease of life as part of a $1.6 million Council bitumen resealing program starting this month.
Jetstar to fly three times a week from Melbourne to Hervey Bay from June 2024.
The facilities at the Yengarie Hall grounds are getting a facelift with the toilet, shelter floor, barbecue and picnic setting to be replaced.
More than 105,000 tonnes of material like cardboard, concrete, metals and timber were recycled on the Fraser Coast during the last financial year.
Fraser Coast Regional Council is proposing to permanently close the area below the Lenthalls Dam spillway to keep the community safe.