Water restrictions remain in place Level 4 water restrictions will remain in place for Eurobodalla residents and businesses. While there’s been significant rain, it will take months of pumping from the shire’s rivers to refill Deep Creek Dam, now sitting around 50 percent full.
Out of the ashes - what to plant after a bushfire Now is the ideal time to add local species to your garden mix, and if you’re starting again from the ground up there are some drought tolerant and fire retardant species that provide the right stuff for wildlife.
Flexibility for fire-affected land owners New planning provisions announced by the NSW Government on Wednesday allow people affected by bushfire to establish temporary accommodation like caravans on their property without the need for council approval.
Rain ahead, get ready Heavy rain is predicted in the coming days, and while it could bring an end to an awful fire season, here's some tips for Eurobodalla residents to manage possible trouble.
Restore and rebuild this Clean Up Day With Eurobodalla’s wildlife and the environment devastated by bushfire, there’s an opportunity for the shire’s residents and visitors to provide real help to nature on Clean Up Australia Day.
Recovery Centre goes mobile this week Eurobodalla's recovery centre has registered more than 800 households since opening on 15 January in Batemans Bay. This week recovery services are going mobile to visit Bodalla and Narooma.
Friday 24 January 2020
Extra services for fire waste start Saturday Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes says Council is now able to offer households some relief with fire-affected waste - extra green bin collections and a free tip load for burnt waste.
We need help and hope, now Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes is calling on the Australian and NSW governments for an immediate cash injection as south coast communities face the reality of the New Year bushfires.