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COMMUNITY FEEDBACK 24-28 May | PERRY LING GARDENS & PENGUIN MAIN STREET IMPROVEMENTS

The Council has engaged landscape consultants, John Mongard Landscape Architects to develop plans for the Perry Ling Gardens and the Penguin Main Stre...

WE ARE, BETTER TOGETHER. | VOLUNTEERS’ WEEK 16-22 MAY

National Volunteer Week is a chance for all of us to celebrate and recognise the vital work of volunteers and to say thank you.  We are extremely...

HIVE | VOLUNTEER INFORMATION SESSION – 20 May

Hive is on the look out for new volunteers! Pop in for a chat about how you can get involved. This Volunteer Week we are hosting an information sessio...

Cradle Coast COMMUNITY SURVEY | Now Open

The Cradle Coast Authority (CCA)  is calling on community input on the direction of planning and development in our region. As the first step in ...

POSITION VACANT | ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT – COMMUNITY SERVICES

The Central Coast Council is seeking to appoint an Administrative Assistant within its Community Services Department. The Administrative Assistant wil...

Position Vacant | CHILDREN’S SERVICES CLEANER (CASUAL)

The Central Coast Council is seeking to appoint a Cleaner within the Community Services department.  The successful candidate will be responsible...

Position Vacant | CHILDREN’S SERVICES EDUCATOR (PART-TIME)

The Central Coast Council is seeking to appoint an experienced Children’s Services Educator to work across the Council’s long day care and outside...

COUNCIL MEETING – 16 MAY 2022 | LIVE-STREAM LINK

Meetings are open to limited public attendance (five persons), in order to adhere to current COVID-19 safety measures, however a live-stream of the me...

BIRDWATCHING – IT’S IN OUR NATURE

Why not enjoy birdwatching and connect with nature at the Leven Canyon? To help with your birdwatching experience, the Council partnered with eBirds ...

SULPHUR CREEK TO PENGUIN – SHARED PATHWAY | PROGRESS UPDATE – MAY 2022

Construction of the Sulphur Creek to Penguin Shared Pathway is well underway now, with a total of 3.35km of shared pathway asphalted. It is great to s...

BASS HIGHWAY HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVERS REST AREA UPGRADE

The State Government have advised that work started on the Bass Highway Heavy Vehicle Driver Rest Area between Nine Mile Road and Reynolds Road, Howth...

Position Vacant | MANAGER ASSET SERVICES

The Central Coast Council is seeking to appoint a Manager Asset Services in the Infrastructure Services area. This position is responsible for the suc...

POSITION VACANT | ROADWORKS MAINTENANCE TEAM LEADER

The Central Coast Council is seeking to appoint a Roadworks Maintenance Team Leader.  The Team Leader will be responsible for assisting with the ...

Central Coast Council Community Wellbeing Plan | Working Group

The Council is seeking applications from members of the community and organisation representatives who are willing to help us develop a Community Well...

Council meeting | 20 April 2022

COUNCIL MEETING – 20 April 2022 | LIVE-STREAM LINK Meetings are open to limited public attendance (five persons), in order to adhere to current COVI...

Council Offices and Services – Easter and ANZAC Day 2022

ROAD SURFACE MAINTENANCE WORK ON BASS HIGHWAY, WEST ULVERSTONE

The Tasmanian Government is funding maintenance work on Bass Highway, West Ulverstone at the Knights Road Underpass to provide a stronger, longer last...

NEIGHBOUR DAY 2022 | SUNDAY 27 MARCH

Neighbour Day is an annual celebration (20 years this year!) that encourages people across all communities to build and strengthen their social connec...

COUNCIL MEETING – 21 MARCH 2022 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 21 March 2022 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please click on the green ...

SHARED PATHWAY CONSTRUCTION WORKS | BEACH ROAD, ULVERSTONE – 21 March

Notice is given that construction will commence on Monday 21 March 2022 on Stage 1 of a new shared pathway.  The shared pathway will adjoin the n...

SULPHUR CREEK TO PENGUIN SHARED PATHWAY – MARCH UPDATE

The road widening between Penguin and the Penguin Surf Life Saving Club has been asphalted and this portion of the project is now completed.  The...

eNEWSLETTER | FEBRUARY 2022

The Council’s February edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  ...

COUNCIL MEETING – 21 FEBRUARY 2022 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 21 February 2022 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please visit the Counci...

BEACHES ARE OPEN – 10 February

The Council would like to advise the community that Picnic Point, Buttons Beach and the Leven River are now open for recreation. Daily monitoring duri...

SHARED PATHWAY – SULPHUR CREEK TO PENGUIN

The area between Penguin and the Penguin Surf Life Saving Club has seen road widening completed for a distance 1.2km of the road.  This is to ena...

DISABILITY ACCESS & INCLUSION SURVEY

This survey will help the Council create a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan. The Plan will help us:  Make it easier for people to access Coun...

eNEWSLETTER | JANUARY 2022

The Council’s January edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  I...

COUNCIL MEETING – 24 JANUARY 2022 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 24 January 2022 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please visit the Council...

eNEWSLETTER | DECEMBER 2021

The Council’s December edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  ...

MAYOR’S CONDOLENCE MESSAGE | DEVONPORT TRAGEDY

Mayor Jan Bonde, Councillors, staff and the Central Coast community, extend our deepest sympathies to the families, friends, staff and first responder...

COASTAL PATHWAY | SULPHUR CREEK TO PENGUIN

Hardings Hotmix have been awarded the Sulphur Creek to Penguin section of the Coastal Pathway and work started in November 2021 on this long-awaited s...

EMERGING MINDS | COMMUNITY TRAUMA TOOLKIT

The past two years have been very stressful for many people across our community, including our children and youth. A national partnership of child he...

COUNCIL SERVICES | 14 DECEMBER 2021

Council’s Administration Centre, Works Depot and non-essential services will close at 2.45pm on Tuesday 14 December, and Cashiers and Penguin Servic...

eNEWSLETTER | NOVEMBER 2021

The Council’s November edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  ...

STAGE B | PENGUIN FORESHORE REMEDIATION & UPGRADE PROJECT

With Stage A now successfully completed along Penguin’s Main Beach, the construction of Stage B has commenced. These works will be a continuation of...

COUNCIL MEETING – 15 NOVEMBER 2021 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 15 November 2021 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please click on the gre...

ULVERSTONE VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE | RELOCATION TO HIVE

The Ulverstone Visitor Information Centre will be closing its current premises on Monday 1 November and will be relocating to the new premises at the ...

Stage B | Penguin Foreshore Remediation & Upgrade Project

Stage B of the project will begin in Penguin on Tuesday 2 November 2021.

eNEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2021

The Council’s October edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  I...

Tasmanian Planning Scheme | Central Coast

In December 2015, the Tasmanian Parliament enacted amendments to the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 (the Act), providing for a single planni...

REVIEW OF THE REVELL LANE SPECIFIC AREA PLAN

The Council’s planning staff are to undertake a review of the Revell Lane Specific Area Plan (Revell Lane SAP).   The SAP applies to that ...

COUNCIL MEETING – 18 OCTOBER 2021 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 18 October 2021 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please click on the gree...

COMMUNITY FEEDBACK | DRAFT GREENING CENTRAL COAST STRATEGY

The Greening Central Coast Strategy Working Group invites the community to review and provide feedback on the Draft Greening Central Coast Strategy (t...

SENIORS WEEK | “DISCOVER.IMAGINE.TOGETHER”

Seniors Week 2021 will run from Monday 11 October to Sunday 17 October.  This year’s theme is, “friendship” with the long-standing and appr...

EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL FOR “SHOP TOP” LIVING | REIBEY STREET, ULVERSTONE

As part of our 2021-2022 Annual Plan, the Council has committed to exploring opportunities for residential living behind or above the shops in Reibey ...

OPENING THE GATE | MASTERCLASS PROGRAM

The agritourism Masterclass Program is for existing operators seeking to innovate and refresh.  Every locality and agritourism business is differ...

Dementia Action Week | 20-26 September 2021

This year, the theme for Dementia Action Week is “A little support makes a big difference”.

COUNCIL MEETING – 20 SEPTEMBER 2021 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 20 September 2021 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the YouTube live-stream, please click b...

eNEWSLETTER | SEPTEMBER 2021

The Council’s September edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter ...

VACANCIES | GANESWAY AGED PERSONS UNITS

We have multiple vacancies at Ganesway, our aged person units located at 51-55 Queen Street, West Ulverstone.  Ganesway offers independent, share...

TOURISM NEWS | September 2021

The September edition of the Coast to Canyon tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon website...

TASMANIAN PLANNING SCHEME | CHANGES FOR CENTRAL COAST

On 12 August 2021, following extensive consultation, the Council was directed by the Tasmanian Planning Commission to modify areas of the Council’s ...

OPENING THE GATE | AGRITOURISM BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

The Agritourism Business Development Program is for farmers and producers starting up.  For farmers and food producers who do not have an agritou...

eNEWSLETTER | AUGUST 2021

The Council’s August edition of the eNewsletteris now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If ...

Responsible green waste management | Biosecurity Advisory 22/2021

The dumping of garden clippings and other green waste material into the environment poses the risk of introducing unwanted environmental weeds and dis...

Science Week Events – 15 & 19 August

Exciting space discoveries & what the future holds When:       Sunday 15 August 2021 between 3.30pm and 4.30pm Where...

TOURISM NEWS | August 2021

The August edition of the Coast to Canyon tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon website to...

eNEWSLETTER | July 2021

The Council’s June edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If y...

CAT MANAGEMENT LEGISLATION

Recent amendments to the Cat Management Act 2009 are changing the way cats are cared for and managed in Tasmania.  These amendments wil...

SHROPSHIRE PARK, ULVERSTONE | MEMORIAL UNVEILING

A new memorial was recently installed and unveiled in Shropshire Park, Ulverstone.  The memorial has been installed to recognise the collision on...

COUNCIL & COMMUNITY WORKING TOGETHER TO ACHIEVE MEANINGFUL OUTCOMES!

The ground was soaking wet but the sun was out – perfect weather for planting trees!  20 advanced trees to be exact, planted by more than 20 lo...

Mayor’s Report to the Community 2021

The Mayor’s Report to the Community 2021 can be viewed below, or is available by clicking the green button:

WASTE COLLECTION | RESPONSE TO THE COMMUNITY – 9 JULY 2021

History & Current Collection The current kerbside waste collection services introduced in October 2019 were brought about by the need for councils...

LET’S CELEBRATE NAIDOC WEEK 2021

In 2021, the theme for NAIDOC week is ‘Heal Country’ – where we celebrate the places that connect us to our culture, identity, values, famil...

HOUSEHOLD BIN COLLECTION | WEEK STARTING 11 JULY 2021

The Council’s household waste contractor is experiencing a spike in overfull general waste bins.  This has become a safety issue with items fal...

CHECK IN TAS APP | IMPORTANT CHANGES – 2 JULY

On Friday 2 July 2021, the Tasmanian Government announced more businesses will be required to use the Check in Tas app by 31 July.  Please find b...

CHECK IN TAS APP | IMPORTANT CHANGES

The Tasmanian Government announced a number of changes yesterday, Wednesday 30 June regarding the Check in TAS App.  The Check in Tas App collect...

TOURISM NEWS | JULY 2021

The July edition of the Coast to Canyon tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon website to v...

LOAD LIMIT | LAUREL CREEK BRIDGE, LOYETEA ROAD, LOYETEA

Notice is given to all motorists that a 5-tonne load limit has been applied to the Laurel Creek bridge, Loyetea Road, Loyetea due to defects identifie...

ULVERSTONE SHOWGROUND | OFF-LEASH DOG PARK

Ulverstone Showground Off-leash Dog Park with fenced zones for large dogs and small dogs is now open! The LARGE DOG AREA is a space for big dogs and c...

ATTENTION ALL FOOD BUSINESSES

Food Business Registration renewals were posted in the mail on Thursday 24 June 2021. If you do not receive your renewal notice, please contact the Co...

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES EVENT | CENTRAL COAST YOUTH LEADERS COUNCIL

The movie below shows a recent activity of the Central Coast Youth Leaders Council under the theme of Youth Leadership Development. The activity was h...

EMPOWERING YOUTH PROGRAM | CENTRAL COAST YOUTH LEADERS COUNCIL

The Empowering Youth Program aims to create genuine leaders and positive change in our communities.  The Central Coast Youth Leaders Council enjo...

eNEWSLETTER | June 2021

The Council’s June edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If y...

COMMUNITY SAFETY PARTNERSHIP COMMITTEE MESSAGE

Make your tip count when you contact Crime Stoppers. Give as much detail as you can!

COMMUNITY MORNING TEA – GUNNS PLAINS, PRESTON | 17 June

The next community morning tea, for residents of Gunns Plains, Preston, will be held on Thursday 17 June from 10am at Gunns Plains Community Hall.

NATIONAL RECONCILIATION WEEK | ‘SORRY DAY’ – 26 MAY

National Reconciliation Week is held this year between 27 May and 3 June and the Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group would like to share understa...

OFFICIAL OPENING – 20 MAY | PENGUIN FORESHORE REMEDIATION AND UPGRADE PROJECT – STAGE A

On Thursday 20 May 2021, Mayor Jan Bonde and Federal Member for Braddon, Mr Gavin Pearce MP, officially opened Stage A of the Penguin Foreshore Remedi...

eNEWSLETTER | May 2021

The Council’s May edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If yo...

TOURISM NEWS | JUNE 2021

The June edition of the Coast to Canyon tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon website to v...

COUNCIL MEETING – 17 MAY 2021 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 17 May 2021 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please go to: https://youtu....

THE HIVE | PROGRESS UPDATE – 11 MAY

Our excitement builds as work on the Hive’s main building in Ulverstone has progressed quickly over the past few months. The Hive will present a ran...

LOAD LIMIT –PRESTON CREEK BRIDGE, McPHERSONS ROAD, GUNNS PLAINS

Notice is given to all motorists that a 5-tonne load limit has been applied to the Preston Creek bridge, McPhersons Road, Gunns Plains due to defects ...

TOURISM NEWS | MAY 2021

The May edition of the Coast to Canyon tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon website to vi...

eNEWSLETTER | April 2021

The Council’s April edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If ...

COUNCIL MEETING – 19 APRIL 2021 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 19 April 2021 Council Meeting via YouTube at 6pm. This meeting will not be open to public attendance, i...

2020 KEN GANNON COMMUNITY FOOTBALL FACILITIES AWARD

Central Coast Council were honoured and delighted last week to receive the 2020 Ken Gannon Community Football Facilities Award for Tasmania, from Shay...

PENGUIN FORESHORE REMEDIATION & UPGRADE PROJECT | UPDATE

Construction continues along the Penguin foreshore as part of the Penguin Foreshore Rehabilitation and Upgrade Project. The western section from Pengu...

TOURISM NEWS | April 2021

The April edition of the Coast to Canyon tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon website to ...

DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT SPECIAL COMMITTEE (DSSC) MEETING – 29 MARCH 2021 – LIVE STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live stream the 29 March 2021 Development Support Special Committee (DSSC) meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the li...

COUNCIL MEETING – 15 MARCH 2021 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 15 March 2021 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please click on the green ...

Penguin Foreshore Remediation and Upgrade Project | Progress Update

3 March 2021 Stage A of the Penguin Foreshore Remediation and Upgrade Project construction is progressing and all facets of the site are actively busy...

THE COST OF A RETROSPECTIVE APPROVAL WILL BE DOUBLE THE STANDARD FEE

The Council will now charge a fee (that is double the standard fee) for retrospective approvals when illegal works have been completed by the current ...

TOURISM NEWS | March 2021

The March edition of the Coast to Canyon tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon website to ...

eNEWSLETTER | February 2021

The Council’s February edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  ...

COUNCIL MEETING – 15 FEBRUARY 2021 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 15 February 2021 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please click on the gre...

ULVERSTONE LEARN TO SWIM CENTRE | VACANT SPACES

Do you want to regularly swim or host a one-off event?   The Ulverstone Learn to Swim Centre currently has a number of time slot openings for act...

TOURISM NEWS | February 2021

The February edition of the Coast to Canyon tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon website ...

Visitor information Centres | Expressions of Interests – Volunteers

LENDING A HAND… IT’S IN OUR NATURE – VOLUNTEERING IN CENTRAL COAST The Ulverstone and Penguin Visitor Information Centres are always looking for...

COUNCIL MEETING – 25 JANUARY 2021 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 25 January 2021 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please click on the gree...

eNEWSLETTER | JANUARY 2021

The Council’s January edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  I...

SHRINE OF REMEMBRANCE | CLOCK IS CHIMING

The Council are pleased to report that the clock and chimes are both operational, why not watch the short video or take a trip to see for yourself?

TOURISM NEWS | January 2020

The January edition of the Coast to Canyon tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon website t...

eNEWSLETTER | December 2020

The Council’s December edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  ...

COUNCIL MEETING – 14 DECEMBER 2020 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 14 December 2020 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please click on the gre...

DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT SPECIAL COUNCIL (DSSC) MEETING – 30 NOVEMBER 2020 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 30 November 2020 DSSC meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please go to: https://yout...

TOURISM NEWSLETTER | December 2020

The December  Edition of the Central Coast tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon webs...

PERRY-LING GARDENS | COMMUNITY CONSULTATION SURVEY – RESULTS

The Perry Ling Gardens Community Consultation Survey results have been analysed, documented and recently workshopped with Councillors. The Report is a...

PENGUIN FORESHORE REMEDIATION AND UPGRADE PROJECT | FIRST 3 MONTHS OF CONSTRUCTION

As we celebrate the news released on Saturday 14 November of STAGE B in the Penguin Foreshore Remediation and Upgrade Project, let us share with you t...

eNEWSLETTER | november 2020

The Council’s November edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  ...

ULVERSTONE CULTURAL PRECINCT | PROGRESS UPDATE – November 2020

Work at the Ulverstone Cultural Precinct continues to progress, with the construction team from Fairbrother overcoming a series of wet and windy days ...

RECONCILIATION | COUNCIL IS COMMENCING ITS JOURNEY

The challenges that we have all faced this year have reinforced the importance of social and family connections, and highlighted how lucky we are to l...

COUNCIL MEETING – 16 NOVEMBER 2020 | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 16 November 2020 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please click on the gre...

KEEP AUSTRALIA BEAUTIFUL | PENGUIN – AWARD WINNERS

On Friday 6 November, Penguin was named Tasmania’s tidiest town for 2020. Penguin township received Keep Australia Beautiful’s Sustainable Communi...

Annual General Meeting | 30 November 2020

The Council will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Monday 30 November at the Gnomon Pavilion, Ulverstone Wharf Precinct commencing at 7pm...

TURNERS BEACH PARK SHELTER | PROJECT UPDATE

A two week project to refurbish the Turners Beach Park Shelter (opposite La Mar Café) will commence on Monday 9 November.

TOURISM NEWSLETTER | November 2020

The November Edition of the Central Coast tourism newsletter and events calendar is now available to view. Please visit the Coast to Canyon website to...

PENGUIN VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE

The Penguin Visitor Information Centre is open from 9.30am to 3.30pm daily. (Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day and Anzac Day). WHERE: 78 Main Road, Pe...

PROGRESS UPDATE | PENGUIN FORESHORE REMEDIATION & UPGRADE PROJECT

Delivery of the Verti-blocks to Main Rd will occur from Tuesday 27 October until Wednesday 28 October (over 2 days). The footpath and nearby identifie...

COUNCIL MEETING – 19 OCTOBER | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 19 October 2020 Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please click on the gree...

APEX PARK COMMUNITY PIANO | PLAY A TUNE!

From Tuesday 13 October, Central Coast residents along with visitors can enjoy playing the Community Piano at Apex Park.

CENTRAL COAST DOG MANAGEMENT POLICY 2020 | AMENDMENT

The Central Coast Council at its meeting on 21 September 2020 determined to amend its recently adopted Dog Management Policy 2020 to provide for the f...

PROGRESS UPDATE | PENGUIN FORESHORE REMEDIATION AND UPGRADE PROJECT

The construction phase of the Penguin Foreshore Remediation and Upgrade Project is currently on schedule and you can see from the drone images the pro...

COUNCIL MEETING – 21 SEPTEMBER | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 21 September 2020 Council Meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live-stream, please click on the gr...

eNEWSLETTER | SEPTEMBER 2020

The Council’s September edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter ...

Penguin Foreshore Remediation & Upgrade Project | Progress Update

Works on Johnsons Beach Rd, Penguin will begin on Monday 14 September and will be completed in this area by early to mid November (opened back up to t...

SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING – 31 AUGUST | LIVE-STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live-stream the 31 August 2020 Special Council Meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live stream, please go to: htt...

PENGUIN FORESHORE REMEDIATION & UPGRADE PROJECT | PROGRESS UPDATE

The construction phase of the Penguin Foreshore Remediation and Upgrade Project has commenced with the successful tenderer, Fairbrother Pty Ltd. This ...

eNEWSLETTER | AUGUST 2020

The Council’s August edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If...

Council meeting – 17 August 2020 | LIVE STREAM

The Central Coast Council will live stream the 17 August 2020 Ordinary Council meeting via YouTube tonight at 6.00pm. To access the live stream, pleas...

eNEWSLETTER | JULY 2020

The Council’s July edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If y...

COUNCIL MEETING -20 July| LIVE STREAm

The Central Coast Council will live stream the 20 July 2020 Ordinary Council meeting via YouTube at 6pm. To access the live stream, please go to: http...

LOVE THE TOWN YOU LIVE IN? SHOP LOCAL AND DO A HAPPY DANCE

LOVE THE TOWN YOU ARE IN? SHOP LOCAL

MAKE YOUR MONEY GO AROUND THE TOWN

HAPPINESS IS SHOPPING LOCAL

eNEWSLETTER | JUNE 2020

The Council’s June edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If y...

eNEWSLETTER | May 2020

The Council’s May edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If yo...

eNewsletter | April 2020

The Council’s April edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If ...

Ordinary Council Meeting | 20 April 2020

Due to the current COVID-19 crisis and associated restrictions, the 20 April 2020 Ordinary Council meeting will not be open to public attendance and w...

eNewsletter | march 2020

The Council’s March edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If ...

MARCH TOURISM NEWSLETTER

The March Edition of the tourism newsletter and events calendar is available to download by clicking the grey button: Tourism brochures and newsletter...

HOW MUCH WASTE IS YOUR HOUSEHOLD PRODUCING?

Across Central Coast, families are embracing the Council’s new kerbside collection service and are dramatically reducing the amount of waste goi...

eNewsletter | february 2020

The Council’s February edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  ...

eNEWSLETTER | JANUARY 2020

The Council’s January edition of the eNewsletter was published today. To see the eNewsletter, click on the green button eNewsletter  If you...

eNewsletter | December 2019

The Council's December edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view.

LET’S TALK ABOUT RESPECT

If we excuse disrespect, it could send a message to young people that this behaviour is sometimes okay. We can make a difference by questioning our at...

EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS

For your free Emergency Contact Numbers card, please visit the Council Administration Centre at 19 King Edward Street, Ulverstone.

eNewsletter | November 2019

The Council's November edition of the eNewsletter is now available to view.

REQUEST TO CHANGE WASTE WHEELIE BIN SIZE

The Council Waste Management Collection Service operates with Council supplied mobile garbage bins. These are the only bins that the collection contra...

SKATE PARK UPGRADE

Last month, interested skate park users gathered at the Ulverstone Surf club to shared possible ideas for the redevelopment of the Ulverstone Skate Pa...

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING | 11 NOVEMBER 2019

The Council will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Monday 11 November at the Gnomon Pavilion, Ulverstone Wharf Precinct, Wharf Road, Ulve...

ULVERSTONE SKATE PARK REDEVELOPMENT | CONCEPT DESIGN

Images of the draft design have just come in! Ulverstone Skate Park concept design is now available to view and comments are welcome over the weekend ...

eNEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2019

The Council's October edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

eNEWSLETTER | SEPTEMBER 2019

The Council's September edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

PUMP N JUMP PARK OPENING | 15 SEPTEMBER

Commencing at 11am at Water Street, Ulverstone.

FAIRWAY PARK – PUMP N JUMP OPENING | 15 SEPTEMBER

GO FOGO WITH COSTA!

Skate Park Redevelopment Ideas Brainstorm Session | 31 August

Skate Park Redevelopment Ideas Brainstorm Session | 31 August Between 11am and 1pm at the Ulverstone Surf Club.

eNEWSLETTER | AUGUST 2019

The Council's August edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

ULVERSTONE CULTURAL PRECINCT PROJECT

The Ulverstone Cultural Precinct Project moves forward with the submission of the Development Application for this exciting cultural, civic and learni...

FAIRWAY PARK | PUMP n JUMP TRACK UPDATE

In some news that will excite young people and families in the Central Coast, construction of the Lions Club of Ulverstone’s new Fairway Park Pump n...

eNEWSLETTER | JULY 2019

The Council's July edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

HELPING PEOPLE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA FIND THEIR VOICE

eNEWSLETTER | JUNE 2019

The Council's June edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

ULVERSTONE CULTURAL PRECINCT PROJECT

Don’t miss your chance to view the exciting preliminary schematic design for the new Ulverstone Cultural Precinct Project. Ulverstone Cultural Preci...

ULVERSTONE CULTURAL PRECINCT PROJECT

Imagine how the new gallery will bring important opportunities for our regional cultural needs. Check out the exciting new gallery space proposed for ...

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS – FAIRWAY PARK’S PUMP N JUMP

Work is underway to build the new Fairway Park BMX Park.   To be known as Fairway Park’s Pump and Jump, the project is an initiative of the Ulv...

eNEWSLETTER | MAY 2019

The Council’s May edition of the eNewsletter was published today. To see the eNewsletter, click here May eNewsletter If you want to keep informe...

PENGUIN CRADLE TRAIL | 40TH ANNIVERSARY

In the late 1960s, the North West Walking Club considered providing a walking track through the Dial Range.

eNEWSLETTER | APRIL 2019

The Council's April edition of the eNewsletter was published today.

eNEWSLETTER | MARCH 2019

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

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...