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CLIMATE CHANGE ACTION PLAN | UPDATE

Update on our Climate Change Action Plan preparation.

DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY INCLUSION TRAINING

The project aims to increase knowledge about dementia to reduce stigma and social isolation, and enable people living with dementia and their carers t...

ULVERSTONE CHILD CARE CENTRE | OUTSIDE SCHOOL HOURS CARE

Vacation Care program, April 2019

MARCH 2019 | eNEWSLETTER

The Council's March edition of the eNewsletter has been published.

MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEE-BUILDING & FACILITIES

The Central Coast Council is seeking to appoint a Municipal Employee within Council’s Works area. This position is for a maintenance carpenter to un...

CHILDREN’S SERVICES EDUCATOR

The Central Coast Council is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated person as a Children’s Services Educator on a casual/relief basis. The...

DOING BETTER TOGETHER GRANTS

Click here to download the Doing Better Together Grants application form.

COMMUNITY GRANT OPPORTUNITY | SOLAR COMMUNITIES

Local community organisations have an opportunity to be more energy efficient, reduce emissions and lower their power bills through the Energy Efficie...

DOING BETTER TOGETHER GRANTS

Do you, your community group or club have an idea for a suicide awareness or wellbeing activity? Contact the Council’s Community Development Off...

PENGUIN FORESHORE REMEDIATION AND RESTORATION PROJECT

Plans to protect the Penguin foreshore are taking shape, and it’s now time for locals to again have their input. Design concepts and draft plans for...

CONNECT CAFE | REOPENING TUESDAY 12 FEBRUARY

When: Tuesdays 10.00am to 12 noon | Where: Gnomon Room, Ulverstone Wharf Precinct

TAXI RANK RELOCATION | ULVERSTONE

From Wednesday 20 February 2019, the taxi rank currently located on King Edward Street adjacent to Thirty-Three Cups will be permanently relocated to ...

CENTRAL COAST AUSTRALIA DAY AWARDS 2019

The 2019 Australia Day Awards were presented at the Australia Day Breakfast by the Leven event held at Anzac Park on 26 January.  The worthy recipien...

SCHOOL BUS NETWORK CHANGES | IMPORTANT CHANGES TO SCHOOL BUS TIMETABLES AND ROUTES FOR 2019

School will soon be returning for 2019, and for many students and parents there will be some changes to school bus routes and timetables. A summary of...

NOTICE OF WORKS – GROUND FLOOR CUSTOMER SERVICES – ADMINISTRATION CENTRE

Customer services located on the ground floor at the Council’s Administration Centre will be undergoing renovations from Monday, 21 January 2019...

TASSIECAT

TassieCat has launched its exciting new website packed full of expert advice and resources to help Tasmanians keep our cats, communities and wildlife ...

RELAY FOR LIFE 2019

Registrations for Relay for Life – North West Tasmania are now open. Every day, nine Tasmanians are diagnosed with cancer.  We need to stand to...

PRESS RELEASE | ANIMAL CONTROL BY-LAW

New rules and regulations have been drawn up to give Central Coast Council residents certainty about the place of farm animals in suburban back yards....

SMOKE-FREE CBD PRECINCT IN ULVERSTONE

Ulverstone’s CBD is about to be a smoke-free zone and the Central Coast Council is inviting residents to come along on 1 November to celebrate t...

REID STREET RESERVE

The Friends of Reid Street Reserve and Council would like to thank TAFE Diploma of Conservation and Land Management students and their teacher, Sharon...

WEST ULVERSTONE PONTOON | CLOSED

Marine and Safety Tasmania (MAST) are undertaking a replacement/upgrade of the West Ulverstone Pontoon over the next three to four weeks. The pontoon ...

FREE MENINGOCOCCAL W VACCINE

Meningococcal disease is a rare but very serious infection that can be fatal. Young people are more likely to get meningococcal disease, but it can af...

BIOSECURITY ADVISORY 10/2018 | FRUIT FLY UPDATE | FRUIT RECALL

A suspension on produce imported from a Melbourne-based fruit and vegetable treatment facility will remain in place until Biosecurity Tasmania is sati...

IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING FRUIT FLY LARVAE DETECTION

Biosecurity Tasmania has provided the following information regarding the detection of fruit fly larvae in Tasmania. Please take the time to read this...

TAKING THAT FIRST STEP | IT’S IN OUR NATURE

MAKING MEMORIES | IT’S IN OUR NATURE

COLES/FURNER’S CAR PARK | TWO HOUR TIME LIMIT

Drivers are advised that the Coles/Furner’s Car Park is now a Council-monitored two hour parking area and that vehicles identified as parking for lo...

ULVERSTONE POOL | AVAILABLE FOR HIRE

NDIS READY

On 1 January 2018, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) continues its expansion across Tasmania to include adults aged 29 – 34 years old....

SLOW DOWN | DEVILS ON THE MOVE!

Motorists are reminded to be aware of dispersing juvenile Tasmanian devils as they roam the landscape, including roads, in search of a home range of t...

CAPEWEED CONTROL PROGRAM

The Council wishes to advise residents that a chemical control program for Capeweed in nature strips, parks and reserves will commence shortly in the ...

REINVIGORATED ‘COAST TO CANYON’ BRAND

The Council has been working closely with the community through a number of workshops and focus groups to review and reinvigorate the ‘Coast to Cany...

BETTER COUNCILS BETTER COMMUNITIES CAMPAIGN

Learn about the range of important services councils deliver to their communities… click here.

ATTENTION TOURISTS!

Making Tasmania’s Central Coast a better place to visit. If you are visiting the Central Coast or if you know someone who has recently visited, ...

Community Survey 2015

Thank you to those residents who took the time to respond to our 2015 Community Survey. A summary and the full report are now available to view. You c...

The Healthy Food Recipe Campaign

The Healthy Food Recipe campaign is part of the Central Coast Local Food Security Strategy. → see all recipes here ‘Healthy Food Recipes’ courte...

Nbn In The Central Coast Area

Planning and construction for the nbn is underway in the town centres of Penguin and Ulverstone, including parts of Leith and Forth.