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Opportunity for Gympie region businesses to get connected and get online! - 26 August 2015

Gympie Regional Council in conjunction with the Gympie Chamber of Commerce is hosting a series of seminars throughout September targeted at helping businesses get online, reach more customers and...

Have Your Say on Draft Canoe and Kayak Strategy - 26 August 2015

Gympie Regional Council’s draft Canoe and Kayak Strategy is open for public consultation and Council wants you to have a say. The draft strategy, devised after thorough consultation, focuses on...

Free trees for the region - 21 August 2015

Gympie Regional Council is offering free native plant tubestock for schools, clubs and local community groups to plant within their grounds. An initiative of Council, the free trees program aims to...

Mayor's message Mayor's message

Wednesday 2 September 2015

Last weekend saw another successful Gympie Music Muster showcasing not only new and established talent, but our fantastic region, hospitable locals and our community groups working together to deliver a great community festival.

‘Rush’ festival month, celebrating the Gympie region and its people, will be launched this week. Throughout October, our community, culture and heritage will be in the spotlight with a broad calendar of events including the Ultimate Steam Festival, Gold Rush Art Competition, Heart of Gold Film Festival, Gold Rush Festival, Mary Valley Scarecrow Festival and a Thirsty Merc concert.

During October’s Rush festival, there really will be something for everybody, so start planning what you and your family would like to attend, invite your family and friends and let’s make this inaugural Rush festival an enduring and notable event unique to our region, just as the Muster has become.

Congratulations to the Gympie Cats, for winning their first premiership in eight years after defeating the Maroochydore Roos last weekend. The team comprises of several young players so this is a great boost for them. Thank you to the players, coaches, supporters,

Sponsors and volunteers for helping get the Cats to this great win.

Congratulations must also go to Gympie local, Scott Hammond who is a Queensland finalist in the Outstanding Bravery category of the Pride of Australia Awards. Mr Hammond has been nominated for his assistance in the initial stages of a vehicle accident. A panel of judges selected Mr Hammond as one of three finalists from all nominations received, and voting for the Pride of Australia People's Choice Medal is open online until Sunday, 6 September.

Whether it be for staging fantastic events, sporting achievements or individual accolades our region is really in the positive spotlight at the moment and we should all be proud.

Councillor Mick Curran

Cr. Mick Curran

Gallery exhibitions Gallery exhibitions

Six Degrees of Separation - 16/06/2015 to 15/08/2015
Twelve artists using varied media give their response to Climate Change. From sculptural free-standing installations, mixed media and multi-media, new media to digital photography, the artist will work around different issues of importance.
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Public notices Public notices

Proposed work - Anderleigh Road, Anderleigh – Bitumen Sealing

The project will bitumen seal the 1.27km long section of gravel road from CH 12.8 to CH 14.08km. The finished road will be to a 7.0m wide, two lane sealed standard. The work will include: ...

Proposed work - North Deep Creek Road, North Deep Creek – Road Widening

The project will widen the 840m long section of North Deep Creek Road to a 7.0 metre wide, two lane sealed standard. The work will include: vegetation clearing and earthworks stormwater...

Proposed work - Esplanade, Tin Can Bay - Revetment Wall

The project will involve the construction of a rock revetment wall for approximately 200m south of the Cod Street intersection. The work will include: vegetation clearing and earthworks ...