Through the support of Madill Motor Group and Gympie Regional Council, three BlazeAid volunteers were presented with a vehicle from the Madill fleet for their use until the end of the year.
Council is seeking your views on RV (Recreational Vehicle) tourism to attract and encourage visitors to the Gympie region.
Work has temporarily ceased at the Groper Street (Tin Can Bay) drainage project after the discovery of the Cooloola Sedge Frog, a near threatened species of frog.
Council is encouraging the community to take food poisoning seriously during Australian Food Safety Week, which kicks off on Saturday.
Council is interested in understanding what you value about the rural and/or rural residential area you live in.
Council is now calling for your ideas on taking our region’s tourism strategies from good to great!
The Gympie region community is encouraged to make the most of free buses travelling to and from the Red for Remembrance event on 10 November 2018.
Noosa, Sunshine Coast and Gympie Councils have drafted a new plan to ensure the region’s difficult-to-locate sports are better catered for. The plan is now open for public comment.
Goomeri’s town centre will come alive with food trucks, live music and plenty of stalls to get some early Christmas shopping done Saturday night with the town’s first Gourmet and Grooves event.
Council is encouraging residents to shine the spotlight on the Gympie region's achievers on Australia Day.
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