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PUBLIC NOTICE - BARCALDINE WATER SUPPLY - UPDATE NOTICE

The Barcaldine Regional Council thanks all Residents for their cooperation over the last couple of days whilst Council staff work to repair the bores.

2018 DROUGHT EXHIBITION - EXPRESSIONS IN INTEREST

Barcaldine Regional Council is calling for expressions of interest from the community to participate in taking images that reflect the drought and it’s impact. A selection of images will be posted onto an online gallery and one image from each participant will be printed as part of the Our Strength during the Drought Photo Exhibition.

APPROACHING 2030 - ONE REGION, ONE FUTURE

There’s been a lot of change in the world around us over the past decade. If we fast forward another decade (and a bit) what could life look like in Alpha, Jericho, Barcaldine, Aramac or Muttaburra in 2030? Is it more of the same? Or is there an alternate future we could be striving for? Here's your chance to tell us what you think.

2018 COMMUNITY DROUGHT SUPPORT FUNDING

Council has received funding from the Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors to distribute to local community organisations who provide local community events and activities that contribute to connectedness, social well-being and increase access to support services.

PUBLIC NOTICE - 1080 GROUND BAITING - BARCALDINE REGIONAL COUNCIL

Barcaldine Regional Council wishes to advise that a ground baiting program will be occuring across the region during the period 14th to 18 May 2018 to assist in the control of wild dogs.

MADBAG MINI TRIATHLON RESULTS

Barcaldine Regional Council would like to thank everyone who participated in this years Madbag Mini Triathlon. For the results, read more...

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST - COUNCIL HOUSING AVAILABLE

Council currently has three vacant houses in Muttaburra available for public rental.

MEETING DATES FOR 2018

In accordance with Section 277 of the Local Government Regulation 2012 notice is hereby given of the following General Meetings of Council:-

PUBLIC AND SPECIAL HOLIDAYS FOR 2018

Notice is hereby given of the following holidays gazetted for the Barcaldine Regional Council for 2018:-

'FLOWERS IN THE DUST' BOOK

The Desert Uplands region is sandwiched between the brigalow belt to the east and the Mitchell grass downs to the west. Astride the Great Dividing Range and comprising four percent of Queensland's land surface, it is a region of eroded sandstone plateaus and extensive sand plains. Little known until recent land use controversies thrust it into the limelight, the Desert Uplands support an abundant diversity of flora.

QUEENSLAND MASTER BUILDERS AWARDS WINNER - JERICHO SWIMMING POOL

Barcaldine Regional Council wishes to advise that at the Queensland Master Builders Awards held in Rockhampton on Friday 25th August 2017 the new Jericho Swmming Pool won the best Community Services Facility for Central Queensland for 2017 and will now compete in the state awards at the end of September.

BARCALDINE REGIONAL COUNCIL 2018 BUDGET

Barcaldine Regional Council adopted its 2018 Budget at a General Meeting held on Wednesday 28th June 2017. To download the 2018 Budget Documents click here.

PUBLIC PLACE ACTIVITY - INFORMATION BULLETIN

Council regulates public place activities to ensure these activities are carried out in a safe manner for road users and pedestrians.

ROADSIDE VENDORS - INFORMATION BULLETIN

Council regulates roadside vendors to ensure these activities are carried out in a safe manner for road users and pedestrians. This activity means the commercial supply of goods or services on a road. Roadside vending can involve travelling from place to place on a road and the waving down of the person operating the roadside vending by a customer (mobile roadside vending) or the activity being established in one place (stationary roadside vending). This approval does not apply to footpath dining activities.

PUBLIC NOTICE - GENERATING SALES OPPORTUNITIES FOR LOCAL TRADERS

Barcaldine Regional Council is introducing a new eProcurement process from 4 October 2016 designed to boost the local economy and drive business to local suppliers. Mayor Rob Chandler said...

OUTBACK QUEENSLAND TOURISM ASSOCIATION HALF-YEAR MEMBERSHIP PROSPECTUS 2016

It's a partnership that promotes tourism in Outback Queensland to bring visitors to our region for the economic benefit of the Outback Communities. OQTA are one of 13 recognised Regional Tourism Organisations and are the strength behind the marketing of our destination.