Help to tackle agricultural weeds
Council is helping farmers tackle agricultural weeds following the bushfires and drought.
Dam good announcement in federal budget
Eurobodalla Council is celebrating the news of $51.2 million funding for the shire’s new southern water storage in last night’s federal budget.
International artist on exhibition at the Bas
Yvonne Boag’s Travelling/ Leaving/ Settling, Scotland, Korea, Australia is the next exhibition at the Bas.
No easy fix for Merricumbene landslide
Plans are being made to re-open Araluen Road at the latest landslide site near Merricumbene, but it will be no easy fix.
‘Secondary wave’ of tree deaths post-fires
Hundreds of hazardous trees along Eurobodalla roadsides are being removed following a second wave of impacts from the Black Summer bushfires.
Five-week closure of North Head Drive
A section of North Head Drive will be closed for five weeks from Monday 24 May to allow major road rebuilding and safety improvement works.
Discover how to get involved in volunteering
An expo in Moruya on Saturday 22 May will showcase some of Eurobodalla’s many organisations that offer volunteering opportunities.
Safer boarding for Tuross bus passengers
Tuross Head residents will soon have a safer place to catch buses to afar at a new boarding point and shelter off the Princes Highway.
Council draft plans, budget on exhibition
Eurobodalla residents can give feedback on Eurobodalla Council’s draft 2021-22 budget and revised work plan until Tuesday 25 May.
Garden reaps funding for new sensory playspace
A new playspace to delight all the senses – including the sense of adventure – is set to be built at the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden.
Exhibition brings hope to Scully family
A photo of a burnt tree in recovery has earned 11-year-old Jeremy Scully a brand new PlayStation 5 in Eurobodalla Council’s Photos of Hope exhibition.
Business succession planning workshop
Business owners can hear how to prepare their business for its next step at a succession planning workshop in Batemans Bay.
Composting is nature’s way of recycling
Council is highlighting the usefulness of residents’ kitchen scraps this International Compost Awareness Week.
School readiness information sessions
Sessions to help parents give their children the best possible start at kindergarten will be held this week in Batemans Bay, Moruya and Narooma.
Free native plants to help our wildlife friends
Eurobodalla residents can swap weeds from their garden for free native plants this Sunday 2 May, at the Marine Rescue Market at Corrigans Reserve.
Playground upgrades for Tomakin, South Durras
Eurobodalla Council will next month begin upgrades on two local much-loved playgrounds at South Durras and Tomakin.