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Welcome to Tasmania's Central Coast

The attractive Central Coast is becoming more and more appealing as a place to live... 
read more in  'An ideal place to live work play'


There are plenty of reasons to visit the picturesque Central Coast.  Just ask any resident of this diverse region... 
read more in  'An ideal place to live and visit'


Tasmania’s Central Coast spans an area of 932 square kilometres in the heart of the North West Coast.  This landscape is not only attractive aesthetically; it is becoming increasingly attractive to investors, innovators, and entrepreneurs...
read more in  'An ideal place to live visit and invest'


 
Central Coast has always been regarded as “a place of plenty”.  That’s not surprising when you consider everything the area has going for it...
read more in 'Central Coast Fact Sheet'
 

More detailed up to date information on the socio-demographic characteristics of the Central Coast municipal area is available here...
read more in  'Welcome to the Central Coast Council Community Profile'


More detailed information on the Central Coast economy and the role it performs in employment and wealth creation is available here...
read more in 'Welcome to the Central Coast Council Economic Profile'

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2014 Local Government Elections

3 September 2014
Voting and nominating as a candidate for the 2014 Tasmanian Local Government elections.

Seniors Week 2014

2 September 2014

Australia Day Awards 2015

2 September 2014
Do you know of someone who has made a significant contribution in a particular field....

Dog Registrations Amnesty

21 August 2014
The Council is offering an amnesty to all dog owners who currently have unregistered dogs to register their dogs prior to 1 September 2014 without any penalty.

Survey to establish demand for a Companion Animal Cemetery

5 August 2014
The Central Coast Council understands the important role companion animals play in the lives of residents on the Central Coast, many being valued members of the family.

Turners Beach - Leith Coastal Adaptation Pathway Project

1 August 2014
The aim of the Turners Beach-Leith Coastal Adaptation Pathways report is to inform the Council, residents and visitors of Turners Beach, Leith and the wider community about coastal risks in light of sea level rise resulting from climate change.

An Economic Development Framework for Central Coast - Shaping our local economy from within

10 July 2014
The Central Coast Local Economic Development Framework has been developed to provide an overarching strategic direction to guide Council’s ongoing decision making and action. It also provides a suite of key strategies and potential actions from which Council and other key stakeholders can draw to help build the competitiveness, productivity and resilience of the local economy and support the ongoing economic wellbeing of our community now and into the future.

Free Business Advice

8 July 2014

Central Coast Interim Planning Scheme 2013

18 October 2013
The Central Coast Interim Planning Scheme has been declared for the municipal area and is effective from Saturday, 19 October 2013.
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