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    Saturday 21 October 2017

  • Mackay Park league fields upgrade
    The two rugby league fields at Batemans Bay’s Mackay Park will be closed until early February while Council rebuilds both fields in readiness for the 2018 playing season.

  • Thursday 19 October 2017

  • Local batonbearers announced for Queen's Baton Relay
    Far South Coast locals chosen to carry the Queen’s Baton during the 100-day countdown to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.  

  • Tuesday 17 October 2017

  • Flying foxes quiet for now
    While the skies are quiet for now, spring is traditionally the time of year when flying-foxes start to return to the area seeking food and shelter.

  • Friday 13 October 2017

  • Park for longer in Batemans Bay CBD
    Changes to timed parking in the Batemans Bay CBD come into effect today.

  • Thursday 12 October 2017

  • Winning weeds finder
    Council’s online weed finder has taken out the Invasive Species Management Award at yesterday’s Local Government NSW Excellence in the Environment Awards.

  • Thursday 12 October 2017

  • Road rebuilding work begins
    Council will begin work on Monday (16 October) to improve sections of several roads across the shire.

  • Schools and education grants now open
    Schools and not-for-profit groups can apply for funding from Council to reward students for their achievements.

  • Choose to reuse
    Council is bringing Garage Sale Trail to the local area on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 October 2017. 

  • Local charities benefit from rates subsidies
    All twelve applicants for Council’s community group rates subsidies have been successful in obtaining fifty per cent reductions in council rates on their premises.

  • Tuesday 10 October 2017

  • High standard of retail food safety
    The community can have a high level of confidence in Eurobodalla's food retailers.

  • NSW Government's Aboriginal heritage reforms on exhibition
    Eurobodalla Council is encouraging locals to get involved in the NSW Government's Aboriginal heritage reform process.

  • Drop by water stall for National Water Week
    Eurobodalla Council is marking National Water Week with a pop-up stall at Moruya Country Markets this Saturday.

  • Repairs for Narooma's Apex Park boat ramp
    The boat ramp at Narooma’s Apex Park will be closed for repairs from Tuesday to Friday next week.

  • Activity providers sought for Come and Try Week
    Council is calling for providers of recreational programs and activities to nominate their venture for a special NSW Seniors Festival celebration in 2018.

  • Monday 9 October 2017

  • Road closure at highway and Broulee Road junction
    Entry to Broulee Road from the Princes Highway and the eastbound lane towards George Bass Drive will be closed to traffic this Wednesday and Thursday while Council completes safety improvement works.

  • Friday 6 October 2017

  • Wriggle into worm farming workshops
    Council is again partnering with South Coast Colleges (AdultEd) to host popular worm farming workshops this month.

  • Tuesday 3 October 2017

  • Water restrictions could be on the cards
    Council is warning that water restrictions could be on the cards this summer if rain doesn’t come soon.

  • In the swim
    Moruya and Batemans Bay swimming centres will open for the 2017-18 summer season on Monday.

  • Vigilant volunteers sweep southern beaches
    Council’s southern beach sweep got underway last month, with a small but vigilant crew from the Far South Coast Landcare patrolling for invasive species.  

  • Thursday 28 September 2017

  • Coastal hazard information sessions
    We’re hosting three community information sessions to update residents and ratepayers on new mapping that shows how coastal hazards might impact the Eurobodalla in the long term.

  • Wednesday 27 September 2017

  • Recreation Strategy out and about for public comment
    Eurobodalla locals are encouraged to look over the new Recreation and Open Space Strategy and provide feedback about plans for our sportsfields, parks, playgrounds and recreation areas.

  • Tuesday 26 September 2017

  • Deputy Mayor re-elected unopposed
    Clr Anthony Mayne has been re-elected unopposed as Eurobodalla’s Deputy Mayor.

  • Tuesday 26 September 2017

  • Little Sellers Art Prize finalists announced
    Young Eurobodalla artist Millie Jones has won the overall Little Sellers Art Prize 2017 with her abstract artwork ‘The Pieces of Me’.

  • Tuesday 26 September 2017

  • Embrace slow fashion at Art on the Path
    Talented Eurobodalla locals are helping to combat one of Australia's fastest growing waste problems by transforming discarded items into catwalk- worthy, eco-friendly garments.

  • Tuesday 26 September 2017

  • Ambitious leaders heading to Goulburn
    A team of four aspiring leaders from Eurobodalla Shire Council travel to Goulburn this week to compete in the NSW Rural Management Challenge.

  • Monday 25 September 2017

  • New Narooma shared pathway
    Work has begun to construct a new shared pathway along the southern side of McMillan Road, Narooma.

  • Friday 22 September 2017

  • Bay Streetscaping breaks for school holidays
    The Batemans Bay CBD Streetscaping Project will take a break for the school holidays, which start tomorrow.

  • Friday 22 September 2017

  • Better deals on Sydney flights
    Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes has given an enthusiastic ‘thumbs up’ to the exciting news that Rex Airlines has expanded its Moruya-Sydney air route.

  • Thursday 21 September 2017

  • Volunteering gives new lease on life
    Could volunteering give you a reason to get up in the morning? We need more volunteers now to help with our Active Living program for seniors.

  • Tuesday 19 September 2017

  • Volunteers the pearl in the oyster
    Our local Landcare volunteers are precious and we helped them celebrate National Landcare Week in style.