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    Wednesday 2 December 2020

  • Go native in the garden
    Free help is available to Eurobodalla residents who would like to grow more native plants and create a more environmentally-friendly garden.

  • Wednesday 2 December 2020

  • Ranger patrols increase on local beaches
    Rangers are stepping up patrols in preparation for a busy summer.

  • Wednesday 2 December 2020

  • Keen 2021 trainees start early
    Eight trainees and one apprentice have upped-tools to make an early start with Eurobodalla Council this week.

  • Tuesday 1 December 2020

  • Eurobodalla economy shows strength
    Eurobodalla’s economy is showing signs of strength and recovery with increased spending and job vacancies throughout the shire

  • Wednesday 25 November 2020

  • Flags mark one year anniversary
    Council’s flags will fly at half-mast on Thursday 26 November to mark the anniversary of the start of the Currowan bushfire.

  • Wednesday 25 November 2020

  • App prevents penguins nesting in playground plastics
    Primary school students from Batemans Bay are getting a first-hand look at how playground litter can impact little penguins living in the Clyde Estuary.

  • Monday 23 November 2020

  • Temporary closure of Surf Beach tip
    The Surf Beach waste management facility will be temporarily closed on Monday 30 November and Tuesday 1 December while Eurobodalla Council repairs some of the site’s internal roads and drop-off areas.

  • Tuesday 17 November 2020

  • Garlandtown upgrade bridges gap in coast route
    A $2 million upgrade of Moruya’s Garlandtown Bridge and North Head Drive will cement extra resilience into Eurobodalla’s road network.

  • Monday 16 November 2020

  • Road safety ‘everybody’s business’
    Eurobodalla’s emergency service agencies have joined forces for National Road Safety Week to urge local motorists to commit to safe driving.

  • Thursday 12 November 2020

  • Grow to give to fire-affected neighbours
    Eurobodalla residents are being asked to ‘Grow to Give’ to residents who lost their gardens in the fires.

  • Thursday 12 November 2020

  • Let pollinators bee the change in your garden
    As spring turns into summer, National Pollinator Week, 8 to 15 November, is the perfect time to help out indispensable bugs, birds and bats.

  • Thursday 12 November 2020

  • Libraries survey on the books
    Council is looking to improve its library services and is asking members for their thoughts.

  • Wednesday 11 November 2020

  • Same same, but different at the Bas
    A generational exploration of a father and daughter’s individual perceptions of art will be on show at the Bas from Saturday 14 November.

  • Tuesday 10 November 2020

  • Picturing devastation, resilience and hope at the Garden
    The Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden will open its annual photographic exhibition on Friday 13 November.

  • Tuesday 10 November 2020

  • Pick a playground for South Durras
    Durras residents and visitors have the opportunity to help choose a new playground for the village.

  • Tuesday 10 November 2020

  • Need a job? Head to the Jobs Drive
    Job seekers can talk directly with employers looking for staff and apply for positions on the spot at a Jobs Drive in Moruya on Thursday 19 November.

  • Monday 9 November 2020

  • Get the buzz on batteries this National Recycling Week
    Council is focusing its energy on helping residents correctly dispose of the humble household battery for National Recycling Week.

  • Friday 6 November 2020

  • Detour found for Araluen Road residents
    Work will start next week to clear and connect forest trails around Knowles Creek, providing temporary access for residents around the landslip on Araluen Road.

  • Bushfire triptych portends people’s choice winner
    Karyn Thompson's triptych of burning ridgelines and blackened gum leaves has won the people's choice award at the Basil Sellers Art Prize exhibition.

  • Thursday 5 November 2020

  • Kids go to the wall with green-themed calendar
    With some sound advice for shoppers, Eurobodalla’s kids have made it easy to plan ahead with their 2021 Eurobodalla Environmental Calendar.

  • Thursday 5 November 2020

  • Beachwatch water quality monitoring back in the swim
    Residents and visitors can have confidence about water quality at local swimming beaches this season thanks to Council’s Beachwatch program.

  • Wednesday 4 November 2020

  • Delight in Dhurga with dictionary trio
    The Dhurga Dictionary and Learner’s Grammar authors Patricia Ellis, Kerry Boyenga and Waine Donovan will be at the Moruya Library on Tuesday 10 November to talk about the book.

  • Tuesday 3 November 2020

  • LED streetlight upgrade on the road again
    Streetlights on Eurobodalla’s main roads will soon be upgraded to energy-efficient LEDs, delivering significant cost savings for ratepayers and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Monday 2 November 2020

  • Beach Road cycling facility a regional first
    Eurobodalla’s cyclists are enjoying safer riding on one of the shire’s busiest roads.

  • Monday 2 November 2020

  • Foodies get to Taste Eurobodalla
    Coffee culture in Eurobodalla will get an extra shot this month with coffee cupping and latte art events, while fresh local produce is on the menu at cafés and restaurants across the shire.

  • Monday 2 November 2020

  • Night works on George Bass Drive
    Night works to improve a section of George Bass Drive between Beach Road and Joes Creek, near Batemans Bay High School, begin this month.

  • Thursday 29 October 2020

  • Timeshare dog beaches back in effect
    Timeshare arrangements for dogs on selected beaches in Eurobodalla resume this Sunday 1 November.

  • Thursday 29 October 2020

  • Little Sellers Art Prize winners announced
    Courtni Whittaker has won the 2020 Little Sellers Art Prize with her dynamic painting Different Places to Go and See.

  • Wednesday 28 October 2020

  • Shire more resilient this summer
    As we head into summer, Eurobodalla’s Local Emergency Management Officer is reassuring residents that bushfire conditions and our supporting infrastructure are significantly different to last year.

  • Tuesday 27 October 2020

  • Temporary changes to Clyde Street access
    A section of Clyde Street in Batemans Bay will be closed to Princes Highway through traffic from Monday 2 to Sunday 15 November.