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Public Notices

Illegal Camping

Illegal Camping

Under the North Burnett Regional Council Local Law No. 4 (Local Government Controlled Area, Facilities and Roads) 2011, camping is not permitted on all local government-controlled areas and roads (i.e. public land, parks, reserves, roadsides) unless otherwise signed....

Update of Barram and Abercorn Road Intersection Works

Council commenced work on the Abercorn and Barram Road intersections on Tuesday, 3 May 2022.  This project is expected to take approximately 8-10 weeks to complete. Due to recent weather events, the following restrictions have been placed on Abercorn Road. No trucks....

Wandering Livestock on Local Roads

Wandering Livestock on Local Roads

North Burnett Regional Council is aware that there have been instances of wandering livestock on local roads, during recent days. Council strenuously recommends that all motorists take extreme care and caution on the roads.  Council’s CEO Margot Stork stated that...

Water Meter Reading

Water Meter Reading

Water Meter Reading North Burnett Regional Council advises residents that Council staff will commence reading water meters for the period to 30 June, 2022 from Monday 30 May, to Thursday 30 June, 2022. To ensure your meter is read, residents are advised to: 1. Ensure...

Weather Situation Update from the Local Disaster Management Group

Weather Situation Update from the Local Disaster Management Group

At approximately 9:30pm Friday,13 May 2022, the Bureau of Meteorology cancelled the severe weather warning for the Burnett region.  This, combined with local observations the Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) has moved from Stand Up, back to Alert.  Despite a...

Council Facility Updates and Closures

Council Facility Updates and Closures

Closures and Updates: Lister Street Toilets are closed until further notice, due to plumbing and maintenance issues. Alternative toilets can be found at the following locations: Jaycee Skate Park, Cnr Dalton and Lister Streets Lions Park, Flinders Street (Burnett Hwy)...

Local Disaster Management Group Moves to Alert

Local Disaster Management Group Moves to Alert

The North Burnett Local Disaster Management Group has moved to Alert as they continue to monitor weather conditions over the coming days. Residents are encouraged to be alert but not alarmed and monitor weather conditions in their area, as well as: Monitor weather...

Waste Management Facility temporary changes and closures in May

Waste Management Facility temporary changes and closures in May

Waste Management Facilities across the region will have minor changes or temporary closures in the coming weeks for scrap steel removals. Large machinery will be in use at the various facilities. To ensure the safety of our staff and customers, there may be some...

End of the North Burnett Swimming Season

End of the North Burnett Swimming Season

With the cool days of autumn settling upon the region, once again the swimming season has come to an end. All Swimming Pools across the North Burnett are now closed to the public until the next swimming season commences in spring. Pools will soon be drained. During...

2022 North Burnett Anzac Day Commemorations

Council has compiled the above list of Anzac Day commemorations that will be taking place throughout the region on Monday, 25 April 2022.  Please note Council Offices and Facilities will be closed on Anzac Day. Please contact your local RSL sub group for more...

Notice of Barram and Abercorn Road Intersection Works

Notice of Barram and Abercorn Road Intersection Works

Council will commence work on the Abercorn and Barram Road intersections on Tuesday, 3 May 2022.  This project will take approximately 8-10 weeks to complete and has been funded under the Transport Infrastructure Development Scheme. Detours will be in place with dual...

Digital TV Retransmission Site Shutdowns

Digital TV Retransmission Site Shutdowns

North Burnett Regional Council has operated the Moonford and Bukali/Bancroft television broadcast towers since 2006 and the Eidsvold tower since 2011. Council previously made the decision to be a television rebroadcaster to try to increase the accessibility, quality...

Notice of Intention to Sell

Notice of Intention to Sell

Further to Council’s advertisements that appeared in The Courier Mail on 16 April 2022 and the Queensland Government Gazette on 22 April 2022, the following are the Summary of Notice of Intention to Sell notices for the respective lands.  The notices have been issued...

Elliott’s Creek Bridge Repairs

Elliott’s Creek Bridge Repairs

Repair work on Elliott’s Creek Bridge is commencing on Thursday, 14 April 2022.  Council and contractors will endeavour to limit disruptions; however, the below timelines are dependent on weather and working conditions.  Schedule of works: Thursday, 14 April – site...

Bon Accord Bridge Damage and Detour Update

Bon Accord Bridge Damage and Detour Update

Bon Accord Bridge near Gayndah sustained significant damage in the January flooding event resulting in its closure. Structural engineers completed the initial assessments on the damaged superstructure and deemed to it be unsafe for use. Our Civil Works team were able...

Coordinated 1080 Baiting Program

Coordinated 1080 Baiting Program

Council are conducting a coordinated 1080 Baiting Program for the control of wild dogs and feral pigs in Autumn 2022. This program is available to all eligible landholders. The following conditions MUST be adhered to: Landholders must bring their rates notice to the...

Flood Recovery Session – Dallarnil + Support Information

Flood Recovery Session – Dallarnil + Support Information

BIEDO is hosting a Flood Recovery Session at Dallarnil Hall on Wednesday, 9 March 2022 for all flood affected residents, farmers, businesses and community groups. Multiple agencies such as Rural Financial Counselling Service, QRIDA, North Burnett Community Services,...

Local Disaster Management Group moves to ‘Stand Down’

Local Disaster Management Group moves to ‘Stand Down’

The Local Disaster Management Group have moved this afternoon to 'Stand Down' as we now enter the Recovery Phase.   Further information on assistance and support is being collected and shared. You can check here for information on this - please note this is being...

Local Disaster Management Group moves to Alert

Local Disaster Management Group moves to Alert

The North Burnett Local Disaster Management Group has moved to Alert as they continue to monitor weather conditions over the coming days. Residents are encouraged to be alert but not alarmed and monitor weather conditions in their area, as well as: Monitor weather...

Update: ExTC Seth Impact on Roads and Waste

Update: ExTC Seth Impact on Roads and Waste

Council is progressing in identifying and repairing the destruction left by ExTC Seth during the early hours of Saturday, 8 January 2022. Civil works crews have assessed and identified 455km of emergent works required throughout the Biggenden area. Extra crews have...

North Burnett Aviation Safety Upgrades

North Burnett Aviation Safety Upgrades

North Burnett aviation is set to benefit thanks to funding received from the Australia Government as part of the Regional Airports Program. Eidsvold Airstrip recently underwent work to create a safer and better-quality airstrip for community and emergency services...

Mundubbera Customer Service Centre set to merge with Mundubbera Library

Mundubbera Customer Service Centre set to merge with Mundubbera Library

From Friday, 28 January 2022 the Mundubbera Customer Service Centre will be relocated to the Mundubbera Library.  The combination of the two services has been in the pipeline for some time, with Council finalising the decision to merge the two services as part of its...

Claude Wharton Weir Recreation Upgrades Thanks to Rural Aid

Claude Wharton Weir Recreation Upgrades Thanks to Rural Aid

Claude Wharton Weir users are set to benefit from facility upgrades thanks to Rural Aid assistance. The upgrades include installation of safety bollards near the boat ramp, and two shelter sheds with electric BBQs at the recreation area. Works will start on Thursday,...

Flooding Disaster Recovery Advice and Information

Flooding Disaster Recovery Advice and Information

Domestic Waste Collection Kerbside collection is happening as normal. If you have any concerns please contact Council on 1300 696 272. Recovery Skip Bins Council has provided skip bins at Dallarnil for affected residents to utilise. Waste Management Facilities...

BRIDGE CLOSURE: Ford Creek Bridge on Clonmel Road, Moonford

BRIDGE CLOSURE: Ford Creek Bridge on Clonmel Road, Moonford

From Wednesday, 19 January 2022 Ford Creek Bridge on Clonmel Road will be closed to allow for work to be undertaken. A detour will be place using Wongalee, Cania and Coppin Roads. The bridge will undergo repairs to ensure the structure is in good shape for many years...

Notice of Special Meeting

Notice of Special Meeting

A Special Council Meeting has been scheduled for 9am, Monday, 17 January 2022 to enable Councillors to endorse important actions to commence the recruitment of Council's next Chief Executive Officer. Further, Council Meetings will be held remotely via Zoom until...

Bon Accord Wetheron Road Bridge Closure – Detour in Place

Bon Accord Wetheron Road Bridge Closure – Detour in Place

As part of the flood inspections our teams have found significant damage to the Bon Accord Wetheron Road bridge and it will need to be closed immediately. A detour is in place, going via Wetheron to Ginoondan and the Burnett Highway. This is a timely reminder that if...

Temporary Change to Eidsvold Waste Facility Opening Hours

Temporary Change to Eidsvold Waste Facility Opening Hours

The Eidsvold Waste Management Facility open hours will temporarily change from Sunday, 2 January until Saturday, 22 January 2022.  Please see the temporary hours below: To view normal hours of operation view www.northburnett.qld.gov.au/waste-disposal-and-recycling....

Temporary Change to Mt Perry Waste Facility Opening Hours

Temporary Change to Mt Perry Waste Facility Opening Hours

The Mt Perry Waste Management Facility open hours will temporarily change until Saturday, 15 January 2022.  Please see the temporary hours below: All Waste Management Facilities will be closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.  To view normal hours of...

School Holiday Science Fun!

School Holiday Science Fun!

Professor Stupendous and Ted Carter from Ascend Learning will be returning to North Burnet to deliver some VERY COOL activities for kids in the last week of the school holidays – 17 to 21 January. Monday 17 January – Gayndah Community Hall Tuesday 18 January –...

Council’s Christmas Hours

Council’s Christmas Hours

As the year winds down, Council will be shutting up shop for a little while to allow staff to have a break and spend time with friends and family over the holiday period. Please see below for the following closures: Customer Service Centres and Libraries 2pm Friday,...

Linemarking Commencing 21 December 2021

Linemarking Commencing 21 December 2021

Line-marking crew will be working on the following roads on Tuesday, 21 December 2021:   🚧 Coonambula Road-Mundubbera 🚧 Middle Boyne Road-Mundubbera 🚧 Monogorilby Road-Mundubbera 🚧 Yarrol Road-Monto 🚧 Swindon Road   Please watch out for them and adhere to any...

Gayndah Swimming Pool Bottle Time Capsule Opening

Gayndah Swimming Pool Bottle Time Capsule Opening

The Bottle Time Capsule at the Gayndah Swimming pool will be opened after 50 years, on 29 January 2022. Originally installed in 1972 to commemorate the opening of the Gayndah Swimming Pool, the Bottle was constructed with the help of local people and contains a...

Local Disaster Management Group – Stood Down

Local Disaster Management Group – Stood Down

Over the weekend the North Burnett was taken out of the states flood watch warning.  With no severe thunderstorms forecast for the rest of the week, the North Burnett Local Disaster Management Group will move to stand down, effective Monday, 13 December 2021. We will...

Civil Works Program delayed by Storm and Flooding Events

Civil Works Program delayed by Storm and Flooding Events

Due to the recent storms and flooding events in the region, our Civil Works Program schedule has been delayed.   Right now, our crews’ priority is working to make roads and bridges accessible to our residents and businesses.   Please drive safely and to the...

Sewer Overflow: Strathdee Street, Mundubbera

Sewer Overflow: Strathdee Street, Mundubbera

There has been a major sewer overflow in Strathdee Street, Mundubbera due to a pipe failure in the dry well. This has caused sewage to enter the stormwater in the area.   Council is using vacuum trucks to clean it up and this will probably take most of the day...

LDMG – Move to Alert Level

LDMG – Move to Alert Level

The North Burnett LDMG Executive met this morning to discuss the LDMG Activation Status. No significant rainfall is forecast over the next few days.  The Catchment will respond quickly to high rainfall and as such river levels could increase again over the next few...

Reading of Water Meters

Reading of Water Meters

North Burnett Regional Council advises residents that Council staff will commence reading water meters for the period to 30 December, 2021 from Monday 13th December 2021 to Friday 14th January 2022. To ensure your meter is read, residents are advised to:   1....

LDMG Stand Up – 1 December 2021

LDMG Stand Up – 1 December 2021

Today the Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) stood up to assist the community in emergency resupply. Recent river rises have seen some residents unable to stock up on essential supplies for an extended amount of time. River levels are expected to slightly increase...

Get Ready, North Burnett

Get Ready, North Burnett

Following lovely rain in the catchment and the possibility of further rainfall, now is a good time to ensure you are prepared. At home, do you have sufficient levels of: Medication Fuel for generators Food and staples Batteries, radio, torches It's also great to...

Upcoming Reseal Works on State-controlled Roads

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) is scheduled to start bitumen resealing works in November 2021 in the North Burnett Regional Council area. See their flyer here. The works form part of TMR’s programmed maintenance and involve placing a layer of bitumen...

Eidsvold Bush Tucker Walk works underway

Eidsvold Bush Tucker Walk works underway The Bush Tucker Walk garden works have commenced in Eidsvold! As part of the Building Our Regions Funding from the State Government, the Bush Tucker Walk will be developed to showcase native bush tucker and medicine plants...

Eidsvold Airstrip Closure

Eidsvold Airstrip Closure

Works will commence this week to top-dress the Eidsvold airstrip, creating a safer and better quality airstrip for community and emergency services use. The airstrip will be closed from COB on Thursday 4 November while these top-dress works are undertaken. Due to the...

Gayndah Hall Pedestrian Fence Installation

Gayndah Hall Pedestrian Fence Installation

Council’s team will soon be installing pedestrian fencing around the back of the Gayndah Hall and nearby Council Offices and Library area.   This fence will improve safety through limiting people and vehicle interactions to keep our staff and the public safe....

North Burnett SES Unit Positions Available

The State Emergency Service (SES) Wide Bay Burnett Area are advertising for positions within the North Burnett SES Unit Positions available include: Local Controller Deputy Local Controller x 2 positions Group Leader x 2 - Eidsvold and Monto These positions are open...

Binjour Environmental Warriors

Our Environmental Health team were excited to get back to the Binjour Plateau State School yard to talk to students about recent illegal dumping in their local area. Our team shared stories of what happens to the environment when people choose to be irresponsible with...