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    Wednesday 19 December 2018

  • More ‘Hold my hand’ signs installed
    Council has again partnered with The Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation to remind locals and visitors about the importance of holding a child’s hand when walking on or near a road.

  • Tuesday 18 December 2018

  • Potential weed outbreak prevented
    An attempt to distribute a potentially devastating aquatic weed in the shire has been thwarted thanks to the diligence of Eurobodalla Council’s invasive species team.

  • Tuesday 18 December 2018

  • Campaign improves safety on the Kings Highway
    ‘Reduce your speed on the Kings Highway this summer… your family is counting on it.’ It’s the message promoted each year by the Kings Highway Road Safety Partnership it seems to be working.

  • Thursday 13 December 2018

  • Mackay Park Plan of Management on public exhibition
    Council is seeking community feedback on a draft Plan of Management for Batemans Bay’s Mackay Park.

  • Thursday 13 December 2018

  • New program linking youth with jobs
    Council is looking to connect young job seekers with local employment opportunities in a new youth employment program.

  • Wednesday 12 December 2018

  • Moruya Library to open Wednesday 2 January
    The official opening of Moruya Library has again been delayed. The revamped library’s reopening is now scheduled for Wednesday 2 January.

  • Tuesday 11 December 2018

  • Weekend works at Cullendulla Creek
    Contractors relocating a sewer main in the Cullendulla Creek Nature Reserve have begun working weekends at the Surfside site in an effort to install the pipe before the Christmas holidays.

  • Tuesday 11 December 2018

  • More cruise ships to sail into Batemans Bay
    Eurobodalla will welcome passengers from luxury cruise ship Seabourn Sojourn tomorrow, Wednesday 12 December, when it anchors off Batemans Bay.

  • Tuesday 11 December 2018

  • ‘Tis the season to be sustainable
    If you’re searching for the perfect gift, this Sunday’s Art on the Path at Broulee might have just what you’re after.

  • Tuesday 4 December 2018

  • Create a kinder world for our wildlife
    With the weather warming up and young leaving the nest, now is the time to be even kinder to our precious local wildlife. We can help by being mindful before going about our normal daily activities, starting in the garden.

  • Monday 3 December 2018

  • Bright future for Broulee’s Captain Oldrey Park
    Eurobodalla Council has approved a new masterplan outlining $3.4 million worth of future improvements to Broulee’s Captain Oldrey Park.

  • Thursday 29 November 2018

  • Level 2 water restrictions still on, despite rain
    Eurobodalla will move into level 2 water restrictions this Saturday as planned, despite recent rain.

  • Shire-wide flying fox management plan adopted
    A new management plan guiding how the impacts flying foxes will be better managed throughout Eurobodalla was adopted by Eurobodalla Council on Tuesday.

  • Moruya wharf sign to be replaced
    Eurobodalla Council will replace a ‘no swimming’ sign that has created confusion at Moruya wharf.

  • Tuesday 27 November 2018

  • Eurobodalla Raindance a huge success
    The Eurobodalla community pulled out all the stops to support farmers in need on Friday night.

  • Tuesday 27 November 2018

  • Indian Myna nests in Council’s sights
    More than nine years of persistence and community collaboration has resulted in a growing number of areas across Eurobodalla Shire now free of Indian Mynas.

  • Thursday 22 November 2018

  • Changing lives at Walawaani
    It started out as a safe place for local youth to hang out and grab a free feed three months ago, but Walawaani Garindja has become much more.

  • Tuesday 20 November 2018

  • Beach Road night closure
    A section of Beach Road between the Princes Highway and Perry Street, Batemans Bay will be closed to traffic from 6pm Thursday 22 November to 6am Friday 23 November.

  • Enjoy a dose of nature
    From the ocean to the mountains, there are a multitude of walks, rides and other adventures to be had in Eurobodalla.

  • Dog timeshare arrangements in effect
    Eurobodalla Council is reminding all dog owners that timeshare arrangements for relevant dog exercise areas came into effect on Thursday 1 November.

  • Monday 19 November 2018

  • Student HSC artwork on show in Batemans Bay
    The Batemans Bay Visitor Centre will again display the artistic creations of Batemans Bay High School students this month.

  • Moruya Library closure extended
    Moruya Library will reopen on Monday 17 December - two weeks later than expected - due to unforeseen construction delays.

  • Thursday 15 November 2018

  • Level 2 water restrictions in effect Saturday 1 December
    Level 2 water restrictions will come into effect in Eurobodalla on Saturday 1 December. It comes after level 1 water restrictions were introduced in October.

  • Free Narooma workshop for supervisors of learner drivers
    A free workshop in Narooma on Thursday 29 November will help prepare supervisors of learner drivers for the challenge of teaching young people how to drive.

  • Council engineer wins excellence award
    Eurobodalla Council Design Officer Thomas Franzen has been named Young Leader of the Year in the NSW Engineering Excellence Awards last week.

  • Wednesday 14 November 2018

  • The Bas taking shape
    The frame is up, some walls are in, the program’s set and it’s all systems go for the new Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre, under construction adjoining Moruya Library.

  • Wednesday 14 November 2018

  • Details ‘rained in’ for Eurobodalla Raindance
    Three big events will be held simultaneously at golf clubs in Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma, with 100 per cent of proceeds going to farmers battling the drought.

  • Tuesday 13 November 2018

  • South Durras Landcare wins award
    The South Durras Landcare group was recognised for its valuable contribution to the environment at the NSW Coastal Management Awards last week.

  • Monday 12 November 2018

  • Shakespeare in the Garden returns
    Eurobodalla Council’s popular Shakespeare in the Garden will return in January 2019 with two performances of the much-loved classic A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

  • Wednesday 7 November 2018

  • Batemans Bay flood experiences needed
    People with historical information about floods in the Batemans Bay and Long Beach areas are being encouraged to share their experiences for a flood study.