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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Medical Alarms

Do you have a medical alarm? It's important that you register it with nbn and call your medical alarm provider for advice and to find out if their service will work on the nbn™ network.

Hobbs Parade Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation works, including, but not limited to, footpath and kerb replacement, landscaping and road resurfacing, in Hobbs Parade, West Ulverstone between Tasma Parade and Queen Street will commence shortly.

Warning - Tax Office Scam Alert

Warning released by Tasmanian Police on recent the Tax Office Scam.

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.

Release of rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) in Tasmania - 2016

Controlled release of rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV), also known as rabbit calicivirus, for population control of rabbits.
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Central Coast Council
PO Box 220, Ulverstone 7315
Ph 03 6429 8900 | Fax 03 6425 1224 | Email: admin@centralcoast.tas.gov.au