Stinky creeks due to natural processes The warmer weather has given rise to some stinky smells coming from some of Eurobodalla’s creeks and lagoons, but residents can rest assured it is a temporary and natural process.
Tuesday 6 November 2018
Partnership cuts a path in Mossy Point Mossy Point residents and visitors now have a safer passage to the beach thanks to a partnership between the Broulee Mossy Point Community Association, Eurobodalla Council and the NSW Government.
Monday 5 November 2018
Get involved in Narooma flood planning Narooma residents and visitors are being asked to share their experiences and ideas on managing flooding in and around Wagonga Inlet, Kianga and Dalmeny.
Feds assign $25M for Mackay Park “Beyond exciting” is Mayor Liz Innes’ response to news the Federal Government has assigned $25 million to the Batemans Bay Regional Aquatic, Arts and Leisure Centre. “It’s not in the bank yet, but this is more than promising,” Clr Innes said.
Thursday 18 October 2018
Facelift for Mackay Park fields Eurobodalla Council will resurface the playing fields at Mackay Park, Batemans Bay, from Monday 5 November to Saturday 10 November, weather permitting.
Fuel contamination at Narooma The NSW Fire Brigade Hazardous Material team this afternoon evacuated the Narooma Library and a child care centre after a flammable and potentially explosive liquid was detected in a sewage pump station.
Illegal dumpers put on notice Eurobodalla Council is using covert cameras in a bid to catch the shire’s illegal dumpers, in addition to ranger patrols and signage.