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    Tuesday 16 January 2018

  • Have a swell time collecting marine debris
    With huge swells and strong southerly winds lashing the coast, evidence of a silent killer is washing up on Eurobodalla beaches.

  • Tuesday 16 January 2018

  • Tackling the scourge of lantana
    A world-first collaborative effort to eradicate the invasive weed lantana from the lower South Coast region is underway.

  • Thursday 11 January 2018

  • Creek odours due to natural processes
    Eurobodalla residents noticing rotten egg gas smells around local creeks in recent weeks can be assured this is a temporary and natural phenomenon.

  • Tuesday 9 January 2018

  • Students attend sustainability camp
    A new generation of Eurobodalla youth were inspired to care for the environment at a sustainable camp funded by Eurobodalla Council late last year.

  • Tuesday 9 January 2018

  • Free surf safety course for kids
    Council is offering a free three-day surf safety awareness course this month for children aged 10-14.

  • Tuesday 9 January 2018

  • Kids Vegetable Plot musical ‘salad gold’
    Award-winning children’s musical The Vegetable Plot will be performed in Batemans Bay and Narooma this week.

  • Tuesday 2 January 2018

  • Buy local at Art on the Path
    Come along to Art on the Path this Sunday 7 January, where you can find locally-made shampoos and conditioners, sustainably-made homewares, art, jewellery, furniture and more.

  • Friday 22 December 2017

  • Know your rips: sea-dye demonstrations
    Sea-dye demonstrations will be held at eight popular beaches on three different occasions over the summer holidays to help raise awareness of dangerous rip currents.

  • Tuesday 19 December 2017

  • Slow down, kids around
    Council has again partnered with The Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation to help make children safer around beaches and roadways these school holidays.

  • Tuesday 19 December 2017

  • Our water is worth bottling
    A new initiative promoting Eurobodalla’s tap water will begin hitting local restaurants and cafes over the next month.

  • Thursday 14 December 2017

  • Vandalism repair bill escalates
    Council staff are fed up with and disgusted by continued vandalism throughout Eurobodalla and are urging the community to report any suspicious activity to police.

  • Thursday 14 December 2017

  • Funding the Batemans Bay Aquatic and Arts Facility
    Council’s $8 million expression of interest to the NSW Government’s Regional Cultural Fund for the proposed Mackay Park Batemans Bay Aquatic and Arts facility, has progressed to the next stage.

  • Wednesday 13 December 2017

  • Hook in to Family Fishing Day
    A free family fishing clinic hosted by author and host of WIN TV’s Fishing Australia Rob Paxevanos and his daughter Hailey will be held in Batemans Bay this Sunday.

  • Wednesday 13 December 2017

  • The silly season can be sustainable
    Christmas is about getting together and celebrating, but it is possible to do it without leaving a huge environmental footprint.

  • Tuesday 12 December 2017

  • Runnyford Bridge reconstruction delayed
    Soft ground conditions and high rainfall over the past month has delayed work on the Runnyford Bridge, west of Batemans Bay.

  • Thursday 7 December 2017

  • Safety works on Araluen Road
    Council will undertake clearing and road safety works on Araluen Road next week following a recent rock slip.

  • Wednesday 6 December 2017

  • Roadside weed spraying begins
    Council will begin spraying 520km of urban and rural roadsides shire-wide, and on the Kings Highway, from Monday 11 December to control the growth of woody weeds, shrubs and trees.

  • Wednesday 6 December 2017

  • Past dug up for new memorial
    A final collection of Eurobodalla soil for the Anzac Memorial Soil Collection Project was held outside the Moruya War Memorial Swimming Pool on Tuesday.

  • Friday 1 December 2017

  • New app to explore at the Botanic Gardens
    The Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens is set to launch an innovative multimedia app that serves as an information-rich educational tool as well as a comprehensive guide for visitors.

  • Wednesday 29 November 2017

  • Trial for dog exercise areas at Long Beach
    Council is asking the Long Beach community for its views about a trial change to dog exercise areas in the beachside village.

  • Church Street Moruya overnight road closures next week
    Church Street in Moruya between the highway and the Post Office will be closed overnight to traffic next week while Council rebuilds the road.

  • Tuesday 28 November 2017

  • What does your garden grow?
    Council’s invasive species team conducts weeds inspections across the shire to understand what plants are growing where and ensure residents are aware of their legal obligations.

  • Celebrate International Day of People with Disability
    Council is inviting the community to celebrate the achievements and contributions of people with disability over the next week to mark International Day of People with Disability.

  • Monday 27 November 2017

  • New fishing platform for Moruya
    Construction of a new fishing platform at Russ Martin Park in Moruya starts this week.

  • Thursday 23 November 2017

  • Where's Joe Rider?
    Eurobodalla’s road users are being asked to raise their motorcycle awareness and “Spot Joe Rider” next week.

  • New footpath for Mogo
    Council will soon start work on a new footpath in Mogo to improve pedestrian access between parking areas and the shopping precinct.

  • Glenella Road closed for new roundabout construction
    Council will begin constructing a new roundabout at the intersection of George Bass Drive and Glenella Road, Batemans Bay, on Monday 27 November.

  • Monday 20 November 2017

  • Rural Lands Strategy gets a thumbs up
    Council’s Rural Lands Strategy has cleared a major hurdle after NSW Planning Minister Anthony Roberts gave the planning proposal a thumbs up earlier this month.

  • Renowned entrepreneur hosting customer service seminars
    Creator of multi-million dollar empire Attitude Inc and former International Entrepreneur of the Year Justin Herald will host three free seminars in Eurobodalla this month to share his secrets to great customer service.

  • Friday 17 November 2017

  • New Eurobodalla Community Recycling Centre now open
    Householders can now drop off problem wastes such as paints, oils, gas bottles e-waste and batteries for free year-round.