Rolling green hills, trees of many species, gardens, playgrounds and Oldaker waterfall.
More than 22,000 plants in a natural amphitheatre
Picnic, walk and enjoy the peaceful sounds and gentle mist of the waterfall
View and pay your rates online, and read about the services your rates income provides.
Pay your parking fine, rates bill, pet registration or other fees and charges.
Rubbish and recycling collection, reduce - reuse - recycle, business waste, Waste Management Centre
Find meeting dates, agendas and minutes. Submit a public question or view the live stream.
Take a look at some of the key projects and works, plus the tenders advertised.
Activities and financial performance of the Council.
Find out what vacancies are currently available and how to apply.
Planning permit applications currently open for community consideration and comment.
Dates for Cruise Ships and the Makers Market in Marine Terrace Plaza.
Published on 28 November 2023
Neighbours Every Day is a year-round campaign that encourages people across all communities to connect to increase belonging and reduce loneliness. The annual day of action for Neighbours Every Day is called Neighbour Day – celebrated on the last Sunday in March.
A Burnie Gift Card gives your loved one a huge gift choice - everything from lunch to clothing!
Published on 24 November 2023
December Council Meeting and Annual General MeetingBurnie City Council invites the community to attend the December Council Meeting and Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on Tuesday 12th December 2023. The AGM agenda includes the presentation of the 2022/23 Annual Report.
Published on 20 November 2023
Christmas and New Year arrangements for Burnie City Council FacilitiesFrom all of us here at Burnie City Council - we wish the entire community a happy, healthy and safe Christmas and New Year !
Please find all updates outlining the remediation process to rectify the damage caused as the result of extreme weather in October 2022 to Horseshoe Bend. We would like to thank the community for your patience and understanding as we work hard in repairing this road.
Published on 17 November 2023
Due to two separate pollution incidents, Council have erected signage at Emu River and Cooee Creek to advise our community to avoid entering the water until further notice.
30 November 2023
Come and “Take a Closer Look” at our new displays featuring objects and photographs from the museum collection.
LO3S - 3 one act plays, 3 stages, exploring Love, Life and Loss.
01 December 2023
After 3 back to back years of selling out 100 + shows around the country, Soprano and Tenor powerhouse legends of Musical Theatre and Opera, Marina Prior & David Hobson embark on their Encore Tour, ‘The 2 Of Us’ in up close and personal mode.
03 December 2023
Spectators are welcome all day and entry onto the course is free. Competitions throughout the season include the Crayfish Cup, the Winter Classic, Aussie Discgolf day and the big Burnie Open championship in October.
A variety of stalls. Gifts, Crafts, fashion, food, entertainment and more.
04 December 2023
Check out these community calendars to find out what’s on. There are fun things to do with kids, activities, workshops, and programs for all ages happening in Burnie and across the NW Coast.
Submissions are now closedThank you to everyone who took the opportunity to Chip In. Many chips were enjoyed, and many chats were had over the last month. More than 160 people from our diverse communities made time to submit their ideas. The Burnie Cultural Precinct is well on its way to becoming a vibrant, inclusive, and accessible hub for all members of the community.
Get in touch with us to ask a question, report an issue, or get some help including visitor information. View our customer service charter, make a complaint, or simply give us feedback. Burnie Council Phone Number 03 6430 5700.
The Department of State Growth is conducting a Study to consider the potential locations for a second crossing of the Cam River. The Study will look at the current situation and assess the benefits and impacts of building a new crossing. This assessment will provide a summary of the benefits, disadvantages and impacts to the local community, businesses and the environment.
Visit us to ask a question, for tourist, visitor, business or resident information. Report an issue, get some help, make a complaint or simply give us some feedback. 80 Wilson St Burnie.
As part of the new development of Burnie's Cultural Centre, we invite you to share your story about life in Burnie. Did you compete in a local sporting event of note, work for one of the major local industries, or have a memory specific to one of the objects that will be displayed? Have your memories live on through Burnie's new Cultural Centre ⭐
Making a Better Burnie 2044 is now the long-term vision of Burnie City Council
We need hosts from Nov to Apr for shuttles, meet & greet, plus Burnie experience experts.
A Burnie Gift Card gives your loved one a huge gift choice everything from lunch to clothing locally
A summary Council's yearly performance to planned objectives. Presented at the December AGM.
Use Snap Send Solve to report an issue to local agencies directly from your mobile phone.
Discover a range of different Grant Opportunities - from local to national
Major works to commence Monday 25 September 2023.Delays up to 15 minutes are expected.
Information on the ongoing repair work from October 2022 flooding event.
Stage-1 of Burnie's Cultural redevelopment has started 🦺
If you haven’t received one don’t worry, you can download one here!
The Annual Plan and Budget Estimates were adopted at the Council meeting on 27 June 2023