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
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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.
Planning permit applications currently open for community consideration and comment.
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Take a look at some of the key projects and works, plus the tenders advertised.
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Published on 24 May 2023
Burnie City Council is inviting feedback from the Burnie community on the 2023-24 draft Annual Plan & Budget Estimates as part of a 21 day public exhibition process.The Annual Plan and Estimates Document, alongside the community feedback survey will be available to view here @ 9am - Wednesday 24 May 2023
Published on 25 May 2023
Oonah road west (between Martin Place and Douglas Road) will be closed for four (4) weeks for road reconstruction.
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. As remediation designs are ongoing - Friday updates will be replaced with new information when it becomes available. We would like to thank the community for your patience and understanding as we work hard in repairing this road.
Please find all updates outlining the remediation process to rectify the damage caused as the result of extreme weather in October 2022 to Fernglade RoadWe would like to thank the community for your patience and understanding as we work hard in repairing this road.
Please find all updates outlining the remediation process to rectify the damage caused as the result of extreme weather in October 2022 to Oonah Road East and Oonah Road West.We would like to thank the community for your patience and understanding as we work hard in repairing this road.
Access to the Upper Burnie Memorial Hall will be limited from Monday 5 June until Thursday afternoon 8 June due to Asbestos removal.
30 May 2023
Build connections, share experiences, learn new skills for support in recovery.
31 May 2023
A new and exciting exhibition on now at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery is one of the largest historical exhibitions to be seen in Burnie in recent times.
This workshop will explore self-care, identifying personal signs of stress and strategies that can be used to manage stress levels
Join us for a mid week walk. Immerse in the colours of Autumn and explore the garden with a new perspective.
Youth, Family and Community Connections have scheduled some Wednesday arvo activities in Burnie for young people aged from 11 to 18 years.
01 June 2023
Beauty is in the eye of the ogre in Shrek The Musical JR., based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film and fantastic Broadway musical. Presented by Burnie Musical Society.
Round 1 of the Community consultation for Burnie City Council Strategic Plan and Vision for the next twenty years has now closed 🌱📈Thank you to our wonderful community for taking the time to provide your feedback. We have had a record number of submissions!
Upcoming Community Involvement Opportunity Burnie City Council is working on two exciting projects under the banner of Burnie Beats to find and create the beating heart of Burnie by revitalising the CBD and Gateway entries to the city.
Burnie City Council determined at its Council meeting on 26 April 2023 its intention to dispose of land located on the northern side of Bass Highway, Camdale,
Burnie City Council is inviting feedback from the Burnie community on the 2023-24 draft Annual Plan & Budget Estimates as part of a 21 day public exhibition process.
Drop-in community information session in Burnie at the Burnie Bowls Club, 15 Fidler St Cooee. Drop in any time between 2pm and 8pm. Tea and coffee will be provided.
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.
See dates for community consultation sessions and provide your feedback on the draft budget plan.
Stage-1 of Burnie's Cultural redevelopment has started 🦺
Information on the ongoing repair work from October 2022 flooding event.
Discover a range of different Grant Opportunities - from local to national
A summary of the Council's performance to planned objectives.
This project is a significant milestone for the North West Coast, and for Burnie.
If you haven’t received one don’t worry, you can download one here!
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