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Why Barter Street in Gympie's CBD is rubbish

One of Gympie’s oldest residential streets is rubbish, thanks to a new form of environmentally friendly and sustainable asphalt made from recycled plastics, rubber and glass.   ...

Get your Gold Rush Festival Carnival program and site map

The Gold Rush Festival Carnival is on this Saturday from 2pm at Lake Alford. Council has released a program and site map for the carnival celebrations. Some features of the carnival include: ...

Dog registration now due

Council is reminding dog owners to renew their dog’s annual registration before 31 October. Councillor Mark McDonald said that registration not only helps council reunite lost and injured...

2019 Gold Rush Festival digs deep to shine bright

This year’s Gympie Gold Rush Festival, which runs from 18-20 October, is incorporating some new and exciting elements that are sure to keep crowds enthralled and entertained.   The...

Call for Gold Rush Festival volunteers

Council is putting the call out to the community to help make this year’s Gold Rush Festival celebrations one of our best ever. The Gympie Gold Rush Festival is being held from 18 – 20...

Gold City Stage car park closed

Gold City Stage Car Park in Nash Street has been closed until further notice.  Over the long weekend, panels on the third level were vandalised and kicked in. These specific panels may contain...

Local students help illuminate our streets

Arts and drama students from years nine to 12 from Gympie State High School, James Nash High School, Cooloola Christian College and St Patrick’s College have been working hard these past three...

Prioritising planning improvements

The community is being invited to have their say on what actions council could take to improve people’s experiences as they navigate council’s planning and development services.  ...

Council crews work on 23 Gympie region roads and five large construction projects this week

23 roads around the region will receive attention this fortnight while Gympie Regional Council crews work on five, large, construction projects.     Quandong Road, Pitt Road, Mooloo...

Celebrating stage two of the River to Rail Trail

From 8am this Sunday, Council is inviting the community to pop on down to The Sands Park on Kidgell Street to grab a free coffee and take a stroll along the recently completed stage two of the River...