Stay safe and steer clear of roadworks
Northern Eurobodalla residents are being urged to follow road closure directions amid reports of people putting themselves at risk by driving through Council’s George Bass Drive worksite at Grandfathers Gully.
This week on the Council Noticeboard
The latest news from Eurobodalla Council including announcements, jobs, road closures, tenders, EOIs and more.
Volunteers needed for bushfire recovery
Council is seeking volunteers interested in making a difference to the lives of people significantly impacted by the bushfires.
Eurobodalla on the verge of street-side gardens
Council is looking for keen street communities to take part in a verge garden trial, planting out their nature strips into roadside havens.
Eurobodalla's free fun fitness classes start August
Live Life Get Active is here, with free yoga and group fitness classes at Batehaven and Narooma respectively.
Entries open for heritage award
Nominations are open for the Fergus Thomson OAM Heritage Award, which recognises projects that promote Eurobodalla’s heritage.
No ‘one size fits all’ for access
Council has produced new resources to help businesses, sporting and community groups improve their accessibility and inclusion.
Workshops to discuss future coastal management
We're seeking nominations for workshops exploring the long-term management of Eurobodalla’s coastline and beaches.
New route for Araluen Road is underway
Work is underway on a new route around a significant landslide on Araluen Road to provide a more resilient solution into the future.
Annual hard waste collection starts next week
Eurobodalla Council will kick off its annual hard waste collection next week, starting in the south of the shire next Monday.
New village signs bid you safe journey
The first of Eurobodalla’s new village entry signs, featuring the Yuin Nation totem Umbarra (the black duck), have been installed at Mogo.
Youth voices heard at climate forum
De-politicising climate change and cleaner and greener energy are among solutions being called for by Eurobodalla’s youth.
Mountain bikers to ride high, $5m grant
The Mogo Adventure Trail Hub is set to become a mountain biking mecca, with a new $5 million grant to complete the project.
Council confirms Broulee land clearing legal
Eurobodalla Council has confirmed that land clearing at Broulee last week was legal, with a DA approved in February 2021.
Free solar systems save seniors serious dollars
Eurobodalla’s pensioners and veterans are being urged to take advantage of the NSW Solar for Low Income Households program.
Bay Pavilion sculptures ride the rising tide
The two sculptures chosen for Bay Pavilions' courtyards align perfectly with ideas of place and community, and set to be community favourites.
Moruya's North Head Drive closure extended
Moruya’s North Head Drive will remain closed to through-traffic until Friday 23 July as wet weather has delayed road and bridge works.