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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.


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


Tree Management

Waratah-Wynyard has many old and beautiful trees around the municipality. Therefore, Council endeavours to protect these trees .


Weed Management

Waratah-Wynyard Council takes a proactive, evidenced based, and environmentally sustainable approach to weed management around our municipal area. Weeds can pose a serious threat to our region’s primary production or natural environment.


Eco Village at Wynyard Tulip Festival 2023

Waratah-Wynyard Council (WWC) is excited to announce that this year’s Wynyard Tulip Festival will feature an Eco Village, with festival organisers encouraging vendors to move away from single-use plastic.


Inglis River Walking Track

The Inglis River Walking Track is a valued asset of the Waratah-Wynyard community and meanders through the picturesque riparian reserve. Over time, several structures have been developed to support its use and growing popularity. However, a lot of these structures are due for replacement within the next five years.


Kids on the Cape Fun Run

Council is thrilled to be supporting the inaugural Kids on the Cape Fun Run event on Saturday 7th October, at Table Cape Tulip Farm!


Submissions wanted for Coastal Pathway Art

Waratah-Wynyard Council are calling for submissions by local artists to contribute additions of flair to stopping points along the Coastal Pathway.