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    Monday 24 April 2017

  • Bear-y fun picnic to celebrate National Family Day Care Week
    Eurobodalla families are invited to celebrate National Family Day Care Week with a Teddy Bears Picnic at Tomakin.

  • Wednesday 19 April 2017

  • Calling all tradies!
    Eurobodalla Council is establishing a panel of qualified tradespeople to deliver services for Council.

  • Wednesday 19 April 2017

  • Pack a thermos and head to the beach
    You can take part in protecting Eurobodalla’s spectacular coastline by doing a quick clean-up when enjoying local beaches and rivers.

  • Wednesday 12 April 2017

  • Eurobodalla a gold mine for fossickers
    Fossickers can now go for gold in Eurobodalla after Council agreed to declare the shire a NSW Fossicking District.

  • Wednesday 12 April 2017

  • Locals encouraged to give a toss
    Eurobodalla residents are encouraged to give a toss for litter during April as part of the NSW EPA’s Hey Tosser! campaign.

  • Wednesday 12 April 2017

  • Have your say on Eurobodalla’s community plan
    Council is asking the community to provide feedback on its draft Community Strategic Plan, now on public exhibition until 9 May 2017.

  • Wednesday 12 April 2017

  • Mirror bush in our sights
    The picturesque village of Tuross Head is set to get even prettier after a facelift of its urban bushland reserves.

  • Wednesday 12 April 2017

  • Easter break for Bay streetscaping
    Work on the Batemans Bay CBD streetscaping has stopped for a few weeks while the town is busy for Easter school holidays.

  • Tuesday 11 April 2017

  • Council sets ambitious renewable energy target
    Council is aiming to source 100 per cent of its electricity from renewable energy by 2030 and reduce its energy emissions 80 per cent by 2030.

  • Tuesday 11 April 2017

  • Slow down on the Kings Highway or get caught
    If statistics are anything to go by, drivers speeding on the Kings Highway over Easter can expect to be caught.

  • Tuesday 11 April 2017

  • Eyes on the roads
    Eurobodalla Council construction crews will widen and seal sections of Old South Coast Road at south Narooma and Ridge Road in Tilba over the coming months.

  • Wednesday 5 April 2017

  • Progress on Mackay Park precinct plans
    The Mackay Park Precinct Sunset Committee chaired by Mayor Liz Innes met recently to talk about the potential mix of uses and space requirements for the redevelopment of the former Batemans Bay bowling club site.

  • Tuesday 4 April 2017

  • Birds, bees and seeds for the holidays
    Calling all junior scientists, explorers, adventurers and nature lovers! Join Eurobodalla Shire Council for some free school holiday fun next week at the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens.

  • Tuesday 4 April 2017

  • Eventful summer season for lifeguards
    Twenty-five people were rescued from drowning on local beaches during summer by the Eurobodalla branch of Lifeguarding Services Australia (LSA).

  • Tuesday 4 April 2017

  • Watch where you swim in wet weather
    As rain continues across the east coast of Australia, Eurobodalla Council is reminding residents to avoid swimming at the beach, lake or river during and immediately after wet weather.

  • Tuesday 4 April 2017

  • Vandals wreak havoc at Kianga Sewage Treatment Plant
    NSW Police are investigating deliberate damage to the grounds of Kianga Sewage Treatment Plant.

  • Tuesday 4 April 2017

  • Durras drop-in to see boat ramp plans
    Revised plans for an upgrade to the Durras Lake boat ramp and car park will be on display at a community information drop-in session at Durras Community Hall next Thursday (13 April) from 10am to 1pm.

  • Friday 31 March 2017

  • Balance achieved for Broulee land
    Planning for the development of residential land in Broulee can now move ahead after Eurobodalla councillors voted unanimously in favour of a proposal that protects a 40-metre wide corridor of endangered vegetation along George Bass Drive and Broulee Road.

  • Friday 31 March 2017

  • No show for Batemans Bay
    Batemans Bay will miss out on hosting the annual South Coast Caravan, Camping and Holiday Expo this year.

  • Wednesday 29 March 2017

  • 20 years of growing tomorrow's scientists
    Up to 10,000 Eurobodalla children have benefitted from a program that has helped grow the botanists, scientists and environmentalists of the future.

  • Tuesday 28 March 2017

  • No escape for McKenzies weeds
    Cleaning up weeds from the picturesque headland between Pretty Point and McKenzies Beach will be the mission of a new Landcare group launched last Friday

  • Tuesday 28 March 2017

  • 2017 NAIDOC Week activity grants now available
    Eurobodalla’s not for profit organisations and community groups can apply now for grants to run 2017 NAIDOC Week events.

  • Tuesday 28 March 2017

  • New Central Tilba car park to retain tree
    The Central Tilba community has overwhelmingly supported the retention of a large red gum tree in plans for a new formalised car park.

  • Friday 24 March 2017

  • Broulee mural vandalised
    An artist is hopeful of restoring an iconic Broulee mural after it was defaced by vandals this week.

  • Thursday 23 March 2017

  • Sewer relocation works in Batemans Bay CBD
    Eurobodalla Council will begin work to relocate a sewer main in the Batemans Bay CBD next week.

  • Thursday 23 March 2017

  • Tuross Head water supply interruption
    Tuross Head’s water supply will be interrupted for five hours from 11pm on Wednesday 29 March while water and sewer crews carry out maintenance.

  • Thursday 23 March 2017

  • Tradies last call for roadside litter campaign
    Eurobodalla Council will host a final free tradies’ event next week, this time in Tomakin, to entice local ute drivers to properly secure their loads.

  • Thursday 23 March 2017

  • Kyla Park sportsground surface destroyed by vandals
    Vandals have destroyed the playing surface on Kyla Park Oval at Tuross Head, leaving Council ground staff devastated and AFL players scrambling to move fixtures before their season has even started.

  • Tuesday 21 March 2017

  • Grateful groups benefit from bag ban
    Saying no to plastic bags in Malua Bay has helped the environment twice over, with a reduction in waste and a generous donation to three local Landcare groups.

  • Tuesday 21 March 2017

  • Help build a better Batemans Bay
    Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes is calling on Batemans Bay residents and business owners to help Council develop a shared vision for the Batemans Bay town centre.