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"DIVERSITY IN ABUNDANCE"

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Reconciliation Action Plan Survey

What’s a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and why is Council creating one? Council has committed to the development of a RAP in its Annual Plan 2023/24 (open document). This plan

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Walker Street Realignment

Realignment of Walker Street Waratah-Wynyard Council is seeking feedback from Walker Street (Wynyard) residents on the realignment of their properties. Letter to Residents Feedback Form

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.