- Exploring lives in limbo at the Bas
LIMBOLAND opens at the Bas on Friday 14 June. The thought provoking exhibition includes a panel discussion, meal-sharing conversations, and film screening.
- Free memoir writing workshops
Learn how to tell your story at free memoir-writing workshops in Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma this month.
- Kids connect with bats on World Environment Day
World Environment Day got off to a flying start last week with Broulee Public School kids learning about grey-headed flying foxes.
- Water supply alert for North Batemans Bay
Residents in upper parts of Long Beach, Surfside and North Batemans Bay may notice changes to their normal water supply on Wednesday night.
- Squeeze the most out of every drop
Residents in Eurobodalla should continue to reduce wasteful water use and help secure the shire's long-term supply.
- No time to waste, ReVive entries open
Entries have opened for the popular ReVive Art Prize for 2019.
- Mayor flags support for reconciliation
Councillors have supported an online petition to fly the Aboriginal flag from the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
- Waste and recycling guide out now
Eurobodalla’s new Household Waste and Recycling Guide for 2019-20 is being delivered to households across the shire.
- Decals open doors to reconciliation
New doorway art at Council facilities has reignited the conversation around reconciliation.
- We can all do our bit for World Environment Day
Residents can take stock and think about how they can help improve the environment ahead of World Environment Day next week.
- Entries open for 2019 Eurobodalla Business Awards
Entries are now open for the 2019 Eurobodalla Business Awards, which celebrate business excellence throughout the region.
- Have your say on future of Narooma Flat
Residents can have a say on future planning for Narooma Flat at a street stall on Wednesday 5 June.
- Take the pledge for Fatality Free Friday
Eurobodalla Council is urging motorists to take the pledge to drive safely in the lead up to Fatality Free Friday this week.
- New Mogo adventure strategy in development
A new strategy could see Mogo become an adventure trail hub.
- Tilba community stalwart named Local Hero
Janine Halasz has been named the 2019 Eurobodalla Local Hero at the annual awards held in the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden this morning.
- Give up applause for those with a cause
Mayor Liz Innes says many of the shire's vital services are only possible thanks to the efforts of volunteers.
- Jobs Drive in Narooma
Job seekers from Moruya to Bermagui can speak to potential employers and apply for vacant positions at a Jobs Drive in Narooma next week.
- Art on the Path could be the perfect fit
Step into the new season in sustainable style at Art on the Path this Sunday at Broulee.
- Advancing economic growth in the shire
Mayor Liz Innes says the shire's economic development strategy will help guide Council forge a vibrant and diverse economy over the next decade.
- Spruce up for Riverside Park
Moruya’s Riverside Park is enjoying a spruce up following recent work to extend parking in the area.
- Combat driver fatigue with a free cuppa
Eurobodalla residents travelling more than 100km from home can still take advantage of the Free Cuppa for the Driver scheme.
- Free workshops to help seniors with digital technology
Free workshops are being held at Eurobodalla libraries to help older residents participate in the digital world.
- Second stage of the South Head Road shared pathway has started
Work has begun on the next stage of the shared pathway along Moruya’s South Head Road.
- More parking is key at Nelligen boat ramp
It’s anchors aweigh at the Nelligen boat ramp, where work has started on a new car and boat parking area.
- Flying-fox numbers falling
Monitoring at the five flying-fox camps in Eurobodalla shows declining numbers, typical for this time of year.
- Acquisition policy is state of the art
The shire’s art collection has been redrawn so it will capture and reflect the cultural sensibilities of Eurobodalla.
- Beach Road upgrade to reduce traffic congestion
Work to improve road capacity and safety in Batemans Bay is expected to reduce traffic congestion and travel times.
- Walawaani group welcomes funding
A Moruya youth program working to bridge the gap between the Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community is going from strength to strength.
- Ranger stall at Narooma’s Dogs Day Out
Eurobodalla Council rangers will hold a stall at this Saturday’s Dogs Day Out event in Narooma.
- Free session on avoiding scams
Legal Aid NSW will present free information sessions at Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma libraries next week on how residents can protect themselves from scams.