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
Everything you need to know about your rates.
Pay your parking fine, rates bill, pet registration or other fees and charges.
Find meeting dates, agendas and minutes. Submit a public question or view the live stream.
Find out what vacancies are currently available and how to apply.
Permit Applications that are currently available for community consideration and comment.
Find out more about locations, fees and operating hours.
Rubbish and recycling collection, reduce - reuse - recycle, business waste, Waste Management Centre
Take a look at some of the key projects and works, plus the tenders advertised.
Burnie has many parks and reserves, which provide a range of outdoor experiences for the community.
Published on 29 September 2022
We now have a joint project webpage with Waratah Wynyard where information updates on the Cooee to Wynyard Coastal Pathway will be published regularly.
Council offices will be CLOSED for the Burnie Show Day Public Holiday.
Published on 27 September 2022
Nominate now for Citizen of Year, Senior Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year and Community Event of the Year.
Published on 23 September 2022
On Tuesday October 4th, the Burnie City Council & YFCC are partnering to host a school holiday activity officially launching the new pump track.
Congratulations to Councillor Alvwyn Boyd who recently received an award for Outstanding Commitment and Service to Local Government.
Published on 20 September 2022
Our Waterfront Sea Creatures are getting a makeover!
Burnie Harness Racing Club will stage an extra three race meetings in the 2022/23 season with the Burnie Cup in March.
07 October 2022
School Holiday Activities for young people - bookings essential!
Burnie Arts & TSO are pleased to offer the following free screenings
08 October 2022
The league caters to A, A Reserve and B Grade standard players. It is played on a Saturday afternoon. Teams need to be registered by 1 October.
Burnie City Council is a proud supporter of the 2022 Disc Golf Championships.
RSVP requiredRe:Connection exhibits 60 works from master printmaker Bruce Latimer, showcasing both the Artist’s dexterity and a deep psychological focus on the uncanny ways we fit into the world.
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School Holiday Activities for young people.
General Managers Electoral Roll closes 5pm Thursday 8 September.
Personal Mobility Devices allowed on footpaths, shared paths, bicycle paths & some roads in Tasmania
If you haven’t received one don’t worry, you can download one here!
The Annual Plan and Budget Estimates were adopted a the Council meeting on 28 June 2022.
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The EasyPark mobile app puts parking in the palm of your hand. Download the app for free.
We are excited to share with you a proposed new vision for Burnie's cultural precinct.
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