Take a playdate with emergency services
Council's children’s services team invites families to meet with natural disaster experts and hear vital need-to-know information first hand.
Living in Eurobodalla: Virtual halt to roadkill
A virtual fence on Cullendulla Drive deters animals like kangaroos, wallabies and wombats from crossing the road.
Spring into Household Chemical Cleanout
Residents can get rid of unwanted chemicals for free at Council’s annual Household Chemical Cleanout on the weekend of 7-8 October.
Well here’s one way to deal with stress
Eurobodalla Libraries are welcoming Joel Boucher in October to introduce cognitive behaviour therapy as a tool for dealing with stress.
Councillor Catch Up - Tilba wrap up
Conversations involved questions about disaster preparedness and food security, risk ratings of septic tanks and safe drinking water.
Skate party brings pros to Batemans Bay
The Spring Up Block Party is a free event where everyone can rip in to activities or jam sessions with the pros at Batemans Bay Skatepark.
Living in Eurobodalla: What brings you here
Canberra couple Suellen and Michael Franklin moved to Moruya for its community-feel and a dream of running a bed and breakfast.
Councillors briefed on disaster preparations
Emergency service officials from across the region briefed councillors on natural disaster preparations, including bushfires and heatwaves.
Living in Eurobodalla: Recipe for a dirt road
Johno Dudley - who heads up Council's grader team maintaining unsealed roads - talks us through the recipe for grading a dirt road.
Living in Eurobodalla: Bushfire ready
Anything might happen in the coming few months, so preparing for potential bushfires is key – both for Council and for the community.
Proposed new road boundary for Congo
Eurobodalla residents can comment on proposed new boundaries for a road in Congo that could reopen northern access to the village.
Residents expect more services, survey shows
A complete review of Council’s services and budgets is underway; every anticipated expense will be reviewed and justified.
Living in Eurobodalla: dhurga corner
A regular column to introduce dhurga words and meanings, with help from Council's Aboriginal Advisory Committee.
Living in Eurobodalla: Tested and approved!
Batemans Bay Library and the University of Wollongong hosted some intergenerational playgroups, which were a rousing success.
Setter's stagecoach history wins heritage award
The award recognises Mr Setter’s many months of original research to prepare and publish this comprehensive book.
Living in Eurobodalla: Keep your head above water
We came out of winter with Deep Creek Dam at capacity. We can keep it full so long as the rivers flow deeply enough to pump from.
Living in Eurobodalla: Spotlight on affordability
While housing affordability is largely the result of state and federal policies and programs, and the market’s response, Council has a role to play.