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Rattler Station to stay in community's control - 4 May 2016

Gympie Regional Council has reinforced its commitment to keeping the historic Gympie Station site, home of the Valley Rattler, in community hands.  At today’s ordinary meeting, Council...

Eat Local during GourMAY in the Gympie region - 4 May 2016

The Gympie region is set to celebrate this month with the focus on the finest local produce and food during GourMAY! The month of May is ‘Eat Local Month’ in the Gympie region and there...

Mayor discusses Rattler’s future with State Minister - 29 April 2016

Gympie Regional Council Mayor Mick Curran confirmed that he met with the Minister for State Development, Dr Anthony Lynham this week to discuss the future of The Valley Rattler. Cr. Curran said,...

Mayor's column - Wednesday 4 May 2016 Mayor's column - Wednesday 4 May 2016

On Friday I will have the pleasure of co-hosting the Annual Celebration of Volunteering with Member for Gympie, Tony Perrett MP and the Gympie Region Volunteer Centre. The morning is a small way to thank the countless volunteers that contribute to making our region the natural choice to live, work and play.

The commitment of volunteers in our region, who give their time, energy and expertise to support local community groups and events is an immeasurable asset. As Mayor, I regularly visit recreational and social clubs, schools and community groups and I know how important volunteers are to keep the cogs moving in such groups and clubs.

If you are considering volunteering in our region, please contact the Gympie Region Volunteer Centre via email volunteer@chsn.org.au. Between now and July, the centre will be recruiting community members to be Volunteer Youth Mentors to be placed at schools and youth organisations.

Any organisation – be a Council or a community group – will not work at its best, if it keeps doing the same thing; in the same way. Being open to new ideas, new ways of doing things and being responsive to change is the way forward for an organisation and region to thrive.

Council is keen to understand the community’s views regarding improving our residents’ lives and lifestyles. We are currently undertaking a survey, the results from which will underpin the Community Development Strategy for the region. It is important that residents, community organisations and stakeholders are involved in identifying the outcomes and recommendations to be included in the strategy.

As well as the online survey we are hosting community workshops at different sites around the region. Please go to gympie.qld.gov.au to ensure you have the opportunity to provide important feedback so that we can work together to make our community a great place to live, work and play.

Cr. Mick Curran, Mayor

Gallery exhibitions Gallery exhibitions

INDO POP - 07/04/2016 to 28/05/2016
Presents a group of artists who were a central feature of the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art’s Flagship 2012 exhibition ‘The 7th Asia Pacidic Triennial of Contemporary Art’.
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Taking it to the Edge - 19/04/2016 to 14/05/2016
An exhibition by the Chatsworth MopARTs exploring the notion of ‘The Edge’.
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Goodstart with Art - 19/04/2016 to 14/05/2016
An exhibition of children’s artwork produced from a project by Goodstart Jones Hill looking at artists Wassily Kandinsky, Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet and Andy Warhol. 
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Public notices Public notices

Proposed work - Unnamed Road, Woondum - Road Upgrading

The project will upgrade a road section to Council’s maintained gravel standard for approximately 145 metres. The work will include: minor vegetation clearing and earthworks; ...

Proposed work - Rose Road, Southside - Road Upgrading

The project will widen Rose Road. The work will include: additional stormwater drainage installation; road pavement widening; kerb and channel installation; resurfacing over the whole...

Proposed work - Queen Elizabeth Drive, Cooloola Cove - Drainage works

The project will install additional storm water drainage pipes and a controlled discharge to improve drainage in the area. The work will include: improved stormwater drainage capacity...