Residents interested in learning more about the draft Narooma flood study can meet with Council staff and consultants WMA Water at two community drop-in sessions this week.
To help keep our waterways healthy and our streets litter-free, Council is asking the community to help them celebrate Plastic Free July by participating in ‘The Last Straw’.
Council kicks off its annual household hard waste collection this month, giving residents the chance to get rid of unwanted items that are too bulky for the household bin.
Broulee residents will have an opportunity later this month to hear more about a draft concept plan for a large tract of privately owned land in Broulee.
If you live in Eurobodalla and use Council’s red, yellow and green lidded bins, the annual chemical cleanout or hard waste collection services, you can give your feedback about these services by completing an online customer satisfaction survey during July.
Bring the kids to Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens to have fun, create, and learn about nature!
Part of NAIDOC Week, a workshop for Aboriginal children learning fishing skills and cultural information.
Part of NAIDOC Week - a morning of traditional Aboriginal craft and storytelling with local Aboriginal artist Cheryl Davison.
A free NAIDOC Week activity for kids at Batemans Bay Library! Sounds of the dreaming from the digeridoo and storytelling.
A NAIDOC Week activity. Bring the kids along to Narooma Library and make a storybook using local animal totems.