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Change of Council Meeting Venue – 22 September 2021

Change of Council Meeting Venue – 22 September 2021

Council believes it is very important to share information with our community and ensure that the community are able to attend Council meetings  - either in person or online. In these difficult COVID times, it is even more important to stay connected. Due to technical...

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Calicivirus Release

Calicivirus Release

Are you experiencing an increase of Rabbits on your property? Are you interested in controlling your rabbit populations? North Burnett Regional Council landholders can now pre-register for the Calicivirus release program Tuesday, 5 October: Monto and Mundubbera...

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Mouse in the House?

Mouse in the House?

The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries have received reports indicating that mice numbers are on the rise, unfortunately aligning with the expected bumper grain harvest this year. Under the Biosecurity Act 2014, the house mouse is not a prohibited or restricted...

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Public Notices

Council Facility Updates and Closures

Council Facility Updates and Closures

Gayndah Temporary Landfill Closures Residents are advised that Council have arranged for the removal of the scrap metal from our Gayndah Waste Facility.  This work involves the movement of heavy machinery. For safety reasons all sites will be closed to the public...

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Leggetts Road, Gayndah Road Detour

Leggetts Road, Gayndah Road Detour

Following a recent inspection along Leggetts Road, Gayndah, a culvert was found to be in poor condition and a risk to road users.   Council is constructing a sidetrack around the culvert to detour traffic. Once the sidetrack is completed, all traffic will be...

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Registration Renewals for Dog Owners

Registration Renewals for Dog Owners

Registration Renewals for dog owners are due 30 September 2021.  Dog owners should have received notices in their mailboxes or via email.  If you haven’t received your notice or if your circumstances have changed please let us know. This year, Council is introducing...

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North Burnett Regional Council

The North Burnett region takes its name from the Burnett River that flows through the area. The region has a picturesque environmental beauty and an abundance of natural resources that support the diverse agricultural industries and a healthy country lifestyle.

Our region covers 19,708 square kilometres with the topography of the region being diverse from fertile farmland to rugged geographical formations.