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Anzac Day Services

Wynyard Dawn Service – March assembly begins at 5:30am outside the Wynyard RSL for a 6:00am Service at the Wynyard Cenotaph, after the service you are welcome to join the


Community Engagement & Communications Survey

We Want to Hear From You! 🌟 Your Voice Matters! 🌟 In our continuous effort to improve community engagement and communication, we are launching a new survey. This is your


Easter 2024 Hours

Opening Hours Waratah-Wynyard Council Office will be closed Friday, March 29 and will re-open Wednesday, April 3, at 8.30am. The Waratah Office and Post Office will be closed Friday, March


Coastal Hazard Impacts at Sisters Beach

We are shaping how we manage coastal hazard impacts to our public spaces around the creek mouth at Sisters Beach: HAVE YOUR SAY! The Sisters Beach coastline is a beautiful


Pause Places Project

“Pause Places” are compositions of locally sourced log seats, rocks and vegetation, carefully located in high profile places to provide attractive places to rest, break a journey, see and learn


Free Cat Desexing Program Launched

From Monday 5th Feb, eligible residents can have their cat desexed for free. Waratah-Wynyard Council (supported by a co-funding grant from the Cradle Coast Authority), the National Desexing Network and


Media Release – Australia Day Celebrations

The Cooee to Wynyard Coastal Pathway is a joint project between the Burnie City Council (BCC) and Waratah-Wynyard Council (WWC) and is made possible through State Government funding of $13.86 million, alongside funding commitments by both Councils. The successful contractor, Shaw Contracting, will be commencing construction this week.


2022-23 Annual Report and AGM

2022-23 Annual Report and AGM Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Waratah-Wynyard Council for the year ended 30 June 2023 will be held on Monday


Cam River Master Plan

The Cam River Master Plan will provide Council guidance on the infrastructure and landscaping that will ultimately provide the greatest benefit for all users of the reserve area.


2023-24 Budget delivers another surplus

Waratah-Wynyard Council is expected to adopt a budget that delivers a surplus for the eighth consecutive year at Monday nights’ Council meeting.