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Level two (2) water restrictions for Biggenden & Mt Perry

Level two (2) water restrictions for Biggenden & Mt Perry

Commencing Monday, 16 December 2019.  At Council’s General Meeting in Gayndah on Wednesday, 11 December 2019, the North Burnett Regional Council received a report and endorsed the recommendation to implement level two (2) water restrictions in both Biggenden and Mt...

Reading of Water Meters

Reading of Water Meters

North Burnett Regional Council advises residents that Council staff will commence reading water meters for the rating period ending 30 December 2019, on Monday, 16 December 2019.  Reading are expected to be complete by Friday, 10 January 2020.   To ensure your meter...

Notice of Works – Gayndah reticulated water supply

Notice of Works – Gayndah reticulated water supply

Cordelia, Juliet & High Streets, 9 – 31 December As part of North Burnett Regional Council’s Capital Works Program, water mains replacement works will commence in Cordelia, Juliet and High Streets, Gayndah Monday, 9 December through to Tuesday, 31 December 2019....

Notice of Test Mundubbera Early Warning Siren

Notice of Test Mundubbera Early Warning Siren

Sunday, 1 December 2019 – 12:00 pm midday Residents are advised that the bi-annual test of the Mundubbera Warning Station Siren is scheduled for midday on the 1st of July and 1st of December each year. The test will comprise: A Voice Announcement in English and Tongan...

Interruption to Water Supply – Mt Perry

Interruption to Water Supply – Mt Perry

Council advises that water supply to properties connected to the Mt Perry reticulated water supply will be interrupted between 10am and 1pm on Thursday, 28 November for water maintenance works. When reconnected, flushing of taps may be necessary as discolouration of...

Get Ready for Storm Season with FREE Green Waste Disposal

Get Ready for Storm Season with FREE Green Waste Disposal

Council is supporting a FREE green waste disposal week!  This will help assist residents to removal fire risks and complete a pre-storm season clean up.  All quantities of green waste will be received at no charge during normal operating hours from Saturday, 30...

2018-2019 Annual Report

2018-2019 Annual Report

      At the Council meeting held in Mt Perry on 30 October 2019, Councillors adopted the 2018-19 Annual Report.  The Annual Report is created each year to celebrate the achievements of the previous year, as well as keeping Council accountable to the...

Got questions about flying foxes?  Here are some answers…

Got questions about flying foxes? Here are some answers…

Where are the flying foxes? Flying foxes are migratory and follow food sources.  Urban centres in the North Burnett offer opportunity for foraging and roosting. Monto has approximately 50,000 little red flying foxes with several hundred grey-headed flying foxes with...

Cycle Away on Mount Perry’s New Cycleway!

Cycle Away on Mount Perry’s New Cycleway!

North Burnett Regional Council Mayor Rachel Chambers is proud to announce that construction of the Mount Perry Shared Cycleway is now completed. Mayor Rachel Chambers advised that the successful completion of the shared cycleway project has added an additional 1km of...

Footpath upgrade – Mt Perry Memorial Park

Footpath upgrade – Mt Perry Memorial Park

Residents and visitors in the Mt Perry area are advised that upgrades to Mt Perry Memorial Park footpath will be undertaken over the coming week, which will limit access to the public amenities. Access to the public amenities can be obtained from the Northern side of...

Works Commence on Mt Perry Entrance Signs

Works Commence on Mt Perry Entrance Signs

Construction work will commenced yesterday, Thursday, 24 October 2019 on the exciting new entrance signs for Mt Perry, located on the Gin Gin – Mt Perry Road and Monto – Mt Perry Road (near the showgrounds). Community consultation took place earlier in the year, with...

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