WHAT'S GOING ON AT THE FRASER COAST QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA

1 April 2011Hello

Become a Fraser Coast ambassador this Easter.

Have you experienced all the attractions that the Fraser Coast has to offer so that you can pass the good news on to friends and family who might want to visit?

With Easter approaching I would encourage all Fraser Coast residents to consider holidaying at home.

Use the Staycations Card attached to the Council’s quarterly newsletter that was recently delivered to all 46,000 households in the region to take advantage of great discounts and deals from regional businesses and attractions and explore your fantastic backyard.

By holidaying, shopping and dining locally, you are helping businesses affected by the drop in the number of tourists to the region. If they are supported, they will in turn support other businesses in the region.

So live life local during Easter! You will be holidaying in the best region in Australia by far and helping your community.

Mick Kruger
Fraser Coast Mayor Henry Henry

FRASER COAST REGIONAL COAST NEWSLETTER 

Celebrating 150 years of municipality

The Fraser Coast will mark 150 years of Local Government with a re-enactment of the first local government election and meeting in Maryborough, and descendants of people involved are invited to take part.
The re-enactment and other celebrations will be held during the week 25 to 30 April.
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Nominate for Mayoral Environment Awards

Nominate your favourite Fraser Coast environment group, project or individual for a Mayoral Environment Award. Nominations close on 29 April.
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Queensland Eisteddfod attracting top adjudicators

A selection of Australia’s top musicians will adjudicate at the 118th Heritage Queensland Eisteddfod which takes to the stage at the Brolga Theatre, Maryborough from 11 to 24 April. Book for the shows now to ensure you don’t miss out on this feast of musical performances.
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Use your Companion Card at Hervey Bay pool

Companions of people with a disability can now enter the Hervey Bay Aquatic Centre free of charge thanks to the Council introducing the Companion Card program to the pool.
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Fraser Coast popular choice for 2013 Ulysses Club AGM

Interest in the Fraser Coast was running hot in Newcastle last week with visitors to the Ulysses AGM Event 2011 keen to discover what our region has to offer them when they attend the 2013 Ulysses AGM Event on the Fraser Coast.
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Maggs Hill Road now open

Maggs Hill Road which links Doolong Flats with Main Street in Hervey Bay has been reconstructed, sealed and is now open to traffic.
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2011 Fraser Coast Heritage Awards

It’s time to enter the 2011 Fraser Coast Heritage Awards which recognise contributions made to the preservation of the region’s historic buildings.
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Pedal pushing for cancer research

Council employee Denise Cox and her team of cyclists are planning to ride 200km in two days in August to raise funds for cancer research and they need your support.
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New roof for main hall at showgrounds

Fraser Coast Contractor Andrew Lakey is replacing the roof on the main hall at Maryborough Showgrounds and Equestrian Park.
The $120,000 project should be completed by 5 April, depending on the weather.
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Community Voice, Have Your Say 

Next Community Chat – Urangan Central Shopping Centre
Council holds regular Community Chats in various localities to hear ideas and concerns and to keep residents informed on what Council has planned for their area.
The next Community Chat is at: 

Urangan Central Shopping Centre
Tuesday 19 April 9am to 4pm

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Your say: Draft Tree Management Policy
Time is running out to have your say on how Council should manage its trees throughout the region. Have your say by 8 April.
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Received & published by Henry Sapiecha


 

 

 

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