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Waratah-Wynyard Council’s Health & Wellbeing officer Kelly Milikins, Waratah-Wynyard Council’s Deputy Mayor Mary Duniam (who officially launched the program), and Richard Muir-Wilson, Waratah-Wynyard Council’s Community Development Officer.

New program to help communities to breathe, eat, move and relax

Waratah-Wynyard Council and Circular Head Council officially launched the Breathe. Eat. Move. Relax. Program on Friday, November 27. The councils’ shared …

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Christmas Lights At 55 Darri Rd Wyongah

Christmas lights competition

The Lions Club of Wynyard and Waratah-Wynyard Council encourage the community to get involved in creating some new Christmas fun.While there …

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Wynyard’s elite-level BMX track ready for official opening

The Wynyard BMX Park can now host elite-level events and training thanks to a $343,000 upgrade that will be officially opened …

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Waratah-Wynyard Mayor Robby Walsh is joined by Waratah-Wynyard Council’s community & events officer (and Wynyard Tulip Festival organiser) Chantelle French at the Table Cape Tulip Farm ahead of the 2019 Tulip Festival.

Waratah-Wynyard - Diversity in Abundance

Waratah-Wynyard, the heart of Tasmania’s beautiful north west, includes the coastal towns and villages of Wynyard, Somerset, Boat Harbour and Sisters Beach, the rural town of Yolla and the former mining towns of Waratah and Corinna. It is renowned for the spectacular display of tulips at Table Cape that showcases a local festival, “Tulip Festival Wynyard” held each October.

Take a little time to explore its beaches and enjoy the fresh sea air and safe swimming and boating opportunities.