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    Wednesday 26 September 2018

  • Bay, Moruya swimming pools open early
    Swimmers and families will get an early start to the swimming season this year, with Moruya and Batemans Bay Pools opening on Monday 1 October.

  • Landcare volunteers deliver
    Eurobodalla’s valued Landcare volunteers continued to deliver for Eurobodalla over the past year, contributing more than 10,000 hours of hard work in our local bushland reserves.

  • Bay CBD works progress
    A section of Beach Road Batemans Bay will be closed for three nights next week while Eurobodalla Council installs stormwater culverts and an underground water pipe.

  • Tuesday 25 September 2018

  • Cullendulla Drive upgrade continues
    Motorists travelling to and from Long Beach and Maloneys Beach should allow extra travel time as Eurobodalla Council crews continue work on Cullendulla Drive.

  • Botanic Garden’s beauty showcased
    Hundreds of photographs showcasing the beauty of the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden are currently on display.

  • Monday 24 September 2018

  • Tomakin roundabout works kick into gear
    Construction of a new roundabout on George Bass Drive at Tomakin is gaining ground and is on track to be open before Christmas.

  • Work begins to replace exposed sewer pipe
    Work has begun to replace a sewer pipe in Cullendulla Creek Nature Reserve that becomes periodically exposed due to coastal erosion.

  • Input sought on recreation opportunities in Tuross Head
    Eurobodalla Council will hold a stall at the Tuross Village Fair on Monday 1 October to discuss recreation facilities and activities for youth in the village.

  • Thursday 20 September 2018

  • Potato Point Sewerage Scheme progresses
    Eurobodalla Council is preparing to install a new pressure sewage system in Potato Point.

  • Food businesses cut the mustard
    Eurobodalla’s food businesses continued to provide a high level of compliance to food safety standards over the past year.

  • Wednesday 19 September 2018

  • Mayor's Message - Setting the standard
    Taking time out to celebrate success and hard work is not something we do often, but when we do, we do it well.

  • Council seeking trainees and apprentices
    Eurobodalla Council is recruiting for its annual trainee and apprentice intake.

  • Tuesday 18 September 2018

  • Art on the Path is back
    Broulee’s Art on the Path is back and will this month host one of Council’s popular free plant swaps.

  • Plan to drought-proof Eurobodalla’s water supply
    Eurobodalla Council is proceeding with the detailed design of its Southern Water Supply Storage Facility to secure the shire’s water supply for the future.

  • Captain Oldrey plan on public exhibition
    Eurobodalla Council is seeking feedback on a draft masterplan proposing future improvements to Captain Oldrey Park at Broulee.

  • Bodalla sewerage scheme on the move
    Bodalla residents can expect to be connected to the Bodalla sewerage scheme by the end of the year.

  • Monday 17 September 2018

  • Making it easier to do business
    Eurobodalla Council has partnered with Service NSW to simplify the process for locals interested in setting up a cafe, small bar or restaurant.

  • Friday 14 September 2018

  • Join the Garage Sale Trail
    Registrations are now open for Eurobodalla residents to be part of Australia’s biggest community and sustainability event, the Garage Sale Trail.

  • Thursday 13 September 2018

  • Dust off your helmet for Bike Week
    Dust off your helmet and pump up your tyres – it’s time to get on your bike to celebrate Bike Week.

  • Thursday 13 September 2018

  • Businesses urged to give ‘Free cuppa for the driver’
    Local businesses that supply coffee are being urged to help combat driver fatigue and participate in the ‘Free cuppa for the driver’ program.

  • Council sticks with JO, not LG NSW
    Eurobodalla Council will not be renewing its membership of Local Government NSW for 2018-19.

  • Tuesday 11 September 2018

  • Sustainable House Day branches out
    Gardeners keen to turn over a new leaf and introduce more sustainable gardening practices can be inspired this Sunday at open gardens for Sustainable House Day.

  • Monday 10 September 2018

  • International travel agents visit Eurobodalla
    A group of Chinese tourism buyers got a taste of the Eurobodalla region last week when they visited as part of Tourism Australia’s Corroboree Asia 2018.

  • Wednesday 5 September 2018

  • Mayor's Message - Come raindance with us
    As the heartbreaking drought continues to dominate discussion around the country, here at Council we’ve been working behind the scenes with fantastic group of community representatives to think about how we can help the drought effort.

  • Household Chemical Cleanout on again
    Eurobodalla residents can rid their homes of unwanted chemicals for free this month at Eurobodalla Council’s annual Household Chemical Cleanout.

  • Schools wise up to saving water in Eurobodalla
    Students from kindergarten and year one were treated to a water-wise performance last week as ‘Tapstar the water-saving hero’ toured Eurobodalla.

  • Tuesday 4 September 2018

  • Healthy Communities and Seniors Week grants open
    Eurobodalla community groups are invited to apply for grants to help them promote a healthy and active community.

  • Travelling May Gibbs display visits Narooma
    Narooma Library will host a travelling State Library of NSW display featuring May Gibbs’ iconic artwork this month.

  • Wednesday 29 August 2018

  • Rural lands planning proposal approved
    After a six years of uncertainty Eurobodalla’s rural land owners can have some confidence in planning for their future after Councillors yesterday approved Eurobodalla’s rural lands planning proposal.

  • Tuesday 28 August 2018

  • Council nails emissions target
    Eurobodalla Council has surpassed its emissions reduction target two years ahead of schedule.