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Local Government Election – 16 March 2024

Local Government Election – 16 March 2024

Do you live in the North Burnett Regional Council area? You’ll be voting by full postal ballot for the 2024 local government elections. You don’t need to do anything – your postal voting materials will be automatically sent to your enrolled address. Please note that...

Council Temporary Closures for Customer Service and Library Centres

Council Temporary Closures for Customer Service and Library Centres

Please be advised that our Customer Service and Library Centres will have short, temporary closures 26 - 28 February 2024. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. During these closures, please call 1300 696 272 for assistance, or visit your local Centre...

Gospel Hall Road Floodway Repairs

Gospel Hall Road Floodway Repairs

Council is undertaking repairs on several floodways and roads across the region following damage caused by recent rain events. Work is currently underway to repair the Gospel Hall Road floodway, which covers approximately 150 metres of roadway and includes the...

Mt Perry Potable Water Dispenser Operational

Mt Perry Potable Water Dispenser Operational

Council advises that the potable water dispenser at Mt Perry is operational.  Thank you for your patience while Council undertook repairs to the dispenser. If you have any questions, please contact our Water and Wastewater team on 1300 696 272.Media Contact 1300 696...

Council Online Fleet Auction to take place 16-20 February 2024

Council Online Fleet Auction to take place 16-20 February 2024

North Burnett Regional Council has engaged Pickles Auctions to oversee the management of an upcoming fleet auction. The auction will take place online between 16 – 20 February 2024. Details of items for auction, including light and heavy fleet and various small...

North Burnett Water Restrictions Lifted

North Burnett Water Restrictions Lifted

As bore levels are returning to normal thanks to the widespread rainfall recorded during the past few weeks, Council are pleased to advise that water restrictions have been lifted for Biggenden and Mt Perry. All North Burnett townships are now on the lowest level...

Mt Perry potable water dispenser out of order

Mt Perry potable water dispenser out of order

1 February 2024 Council advises that the potable water dispenser is currently out of order. The dispenser is awaiting parts for repair and Council hopes to have this operational again very soon. We apologise for the inconvenience caused during this time. Alternative...

 NBRC Holidays Closures

 NBRC Holidays Closures

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 and changes to regular business hours: Customer...

Gayndah Town – please minimise outdoor water use

Gayndah Town – please minimise outdoor water use

???? Failure of a valve has reduced the normal capacity of the Gayndah Water Treatment Plant's, leading to difficulties meeting demand at current high water usage levels by the community. ????️ If water restrictions need to be instigated, they will then remain in...

PREPARE NOW – Severe Storm Warning 9:15pm Monday 27 November 2023

PREPARE NOW – Severe Storm Warning 9:15pm Monday 27 November 2023

PREPARE NOW – Kingaroy to Gayndah, including Proston, Cherbourg, Goomeri and Kilkivan – Severe storm as at 09:15pm  Monday, 27 November 2023 Warning level: ADVICE Warning area: Kingaroy to Gayndah, including Proston, Cherbourg, Goomeri and Kilkivan This is a warning...

Renaming a Section of Mundubbera Durong Road – Bourke Road

Renaming a Section of Mundubbera Durong Road – Bourke Road

Council would like to thank those who provided feedback and suggestions on what the demained section of Mundubbera Durong Road should be known as.  After careful consideration of all feedback, Council has chosen to call the demained section Bourke Road. Council was...

Eidsvold Waste Management Facility Returned to Normal Opening Hours

Eidsvold Waste Management Facility Returned to Normal Opening Hours

North Burnett Regional Council advises Eidsvold residents that the Eidsvold Waste Management Facility returned to normal operating hours, as of Sunday, 19 November 2023. The Eidsvold Waste Management Facility is open to the public every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday...

Tender for Disposal of Freehold Commercial Premises

Tender for Disposal of Freehold Commercial Premises

Schedule of property to be Tendered, pursuant to Section 227 and 228 of Local Government Regulation 2012: RPD: 2 MPH2128 Address: 34 Moreton Street, Eidsvold 4627 Area: 647 m2 Title Reference: 18783190 Property is sold as is where is and no warranties or...

Roll Out of New Payment System at Council Washdown Bays

Roll Out of New Payment System at Council Washdown Bays

Council wishes to advise the installation of the AvData systems at Gayndah Washdown Facility, Monto Washdown Facility and Eidsvold Washdown Facility has been completed. Systems will be activated on Monday 27 November 2023. AvData is a multipurpose system used across...

Reading of Water Meters to commence

Reading of Water Meters to commence

Council advises residents that Council staff will commence reading water meters for the period to 31 December 2023, from Monday 27 November 2023 to Friday 22 December 2023. To ensure your meter is read, residents are advised to: Ensure the area around the meter is...

North Burnett LDMG moves to Alert – 9:30am 2 November 2023

North Burnett LDMG moves to Alert – 9:30am 2 November 2023

North Burnett and Bundaberg Local Disaster Management Group’s (LDMG) and Bundaberg District Disaster Management Group (DDMG) met at 9.30 am 2/11/23.  North Burnett LDMG has moved to Alert which means we will continue to monitor the situation closely. All fires across...

North Burnett LDMG update 9.30am 1 November 2023

North Burnett LDMG update 9.30am 1 November 2023

North Burnett and Bundaberg Local Disaster Management Group’s (LDMG) and Bundaberg District Disaster Management Group (DDMG) met at 9.30am 1/11/23.  North Burnett LDMG remain at Stand Up to support QFES in their response. Due to the fires now in Bundaberg Region also,...

North Burnett LDMG update 4pm  29 October 2023

North Burnett LDMG update 4pm 29 October 2023

North Burnett Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) met at 4pm 29/10/23. QFES ask if anyone notices new smoke to report it immediately to 000.  Multiple fires are still burning across the region and new fires could start easily. Council reminds the community we are...

North Burnett LDMG update 10.45am 29 October 2023

North Burnett LDMG update 10.45am 29 October 2023

North Burnett Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) met at 10.45am 29/10/23. QFES ask if anyone notices new smoke to report it immediately to 000. Multiple fires are still burning across the region and new fires could start easily. Council reminds the community we...

North Burnett LDMG update 4pm 28 October 2023

North Burnett LDMG update 4pm 28 October 2023

North Burnett Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) met at 4pm 28/10/23. QFES ask if anyone notices new smoke to report it immediately to 000. Significant progress has been made today, however, multiple fires are still burning across the region and new fires could...

North Burnett LDMG update 9.30am Saturday 28 October 2023

North Burnett LDMG update 9.30am Saturday 28 October 2023

North Burnett Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) met at 9.30am 28/10/23. Multiple fires are currently burning throughout the North Burnett. Aircraft continue to assist along with new crews from outside of North Burnett. Priority today is to continue strengthening...

North Burnett Local Disaster Management Group moved to Stand Up

North Burnett Local Disaster Management Group moved to Stand Up

North Burnett Local Disaster Management Group (LDMG) moved to Stand Up as at 4.30pm 27/10/23.  This ensures all LDMG agencies are ready and prepared to provide assistance to QFES if and when required. Multiple fires continue to burn throughout the North Burnett after...

 Mt Perry Stock Watering Point fault update

 Mt Perry Stock Watering Point fault update

Council is aware of the electrical issues impacting the availability of non-potable water at the Mt Perry Stock Watering Point. The Water team and electrician are working together to identify the actual fault that is causing the pump outages. This can be a long and...

Gospel Hall Road – Flood Works

Gospel Hall Road – Flood Works

Works have commenced to repair flood damaged Gospel Hall Road, Biggenden. Council expects that works to be completed by the end of September, weather permitting. Motorists are advised to expect delays due to the changed traffic conditions. Please ensure that care is...

1080 Spring Baiting Program

1080 Spring Baiting Program

11 – 15 September 2023 North Burnett Regional Council is conducting a Wild Dog and Feral Pig Baiting Control Program. To take advantage of this baiting program all participants must pre-register with Council by 5pm Thursday, 7 September 2023. Mundubbera - Monday 11...

Cadaghi Tree Removal – Feedback Period

Cadaghi Tree Removal – Feedback Period

Council is looking to remove 6 Cadaghi trees from Lister Street, Monto in September 2023. The trees are being removed due to the safety concerns arising from large limbs breaking off and falling down in highly used spaces. If you have any feedback relating to the...

Capper Street Reclaiming Works

Capper Street Reclaiming Works

Works to repair bitumen along Capper Street, Gayndah will commence from 5am on 11 August 2023. Completion of works is expected by 8am. Council advises to expect delays during these works and urges residents to use detours in place via Simon Street, Anzac Parade and...

Ekka Show Holiday Monday 14 August 2023

Ekka Show Holiday Monday 14 August 2023

North Burnett residents and visitors to the region are advised that Monday, 14 August 2023 has been declared a public holiday for the North Burnett Region – Biggenden, Eidsvold, Gayndah, Monto and Mount Perry areas for the purpose of the Royal Queensland Show. Council...

Be Aware of Flying Foxes

Be Aware of Flying Foxes

Flying foxes are currently present in the North Burnett. Disturbing flying foxes will increase potential health risks to the community, so it is important for residents to be aware that flying foxes may be nearby. Remember to keep a safe distance from and do not touch...

Sewerage Manhole Spraying

Sewerage Manhole Spraying

North Burnett residents are advised that sewerage manholes throughout the townships of Biggenden, Eidsvold, Gayndah, Monto, and Mundubbera will be sprayed for cockroaches by a local contractor from Tuesday 25 July through to Wednesday 9 August 2023, between the hours...

Stuart Russell Street Footpath Replacement in Mundubbera

Stuart Russell Street Footpath Replacement in Mundubbera

Council will undertake footpath replacement works in Stuart Russell Street, Mundubbera, commencing Monday 29 May and continuing for approximately 3 weeks, weather permitting. Please take care around the works and observe signage for alternate pedestrian paths. For...

Reading of Water Meters – 29 May to 30 June 2023

Reading of Water Meters – 29 May to 30 June 2023

North Burnett Regional Council advises residents that Council staff will commence reading water meters for the period to 30 June 2023, from Monday 29 May 2023, to Friday 30 June 2023. To ensure your meter is read, residents are advised to: Ensure the area around the...

Immediate Temporary Closure of Mundubbera Washdown Facility

Immediate Temporary Closure of Mundubbera Washdown Facility

Following the Council General Meeting on Wednesday 26 April 2023, Council has resolved to put an immediate temporary closure on the Mundubbera washdown facility, due to biosecurity concerns, while investigations commence into a potential and compliant alternative for...

2023 North Burnett Anzac Day Commemorations

2023 North Burnett Anzac Day Commemorations

Council has compiled a list of Anzac Day commemorations that will take place throughout the region on Tuesday, 25 April 2023. Please see the flyer below for details. Please note Council Offices and Facilities will be closed on Anzac Day. Please contact your local RSL...

Unapproved Music Festival in Dundarrah

Unapproved Music Festival in Dundarrah

Council is aware of a music event taking place in Dundarrah, QLD 4625, from 7 April to 10 April 2023. This event has not been approved by Council and the Queensland Police Service has been notified.   Should you have any issues/concerns relating to the event (such as...

Update – Community Engagement Policy and Framework

Update – Community Engagement Policy and Framework

Following completion of our recent community consultation activity, we would like to extend a sincere thanks to those that participated or otherwise took the time to review the draft documents. Feedback received regarding the draft community consultation and...

Coordinated 1080 Baiting Program – 2-10 May 2023

Coordinated 1080 Baiting Program – 2-10 May 2023

North Burnett Regional Council is conducting a coordinated Wild Dog and Feral Pig Baiting Control Program.  Please note, to take advantage of this baiting program all participants must pre-register with Council before close of business on Thursday 27 April 2023. Date...

Public Meeting in Eidsvold – Friday 28 April 2023

Public Meeting in Eidsvold – Friday 28 April 2023

A public meeting has been called, to be held in the Eidsvold Community Hall on Friday 28 April 2023, commencing at 7.00pm. Mr Colin Boyce MP, the Federal Minister for Flynn will be visiting the Eidsvold Community to listen to concerns regarding the decommissioning of...

Mosquito Management

Mosquito Management

Mosquitoes that breed around houses can transmit diseases such as Ross River Virus, Barmah Forest Virus and Dengue Fever to humans, and heartworm to dogs. Under the Public Health Regulation 2005, it is an offence to have mosquitoes breeding in water around your home...

Road Reseal Works Re-scheduled to Commence 27 March 2023

Road Reseal Works Re-scheduled to Commence 27 March 2023

Council will commence resealing sections of roads throughout the region. Due to the Easter holiday period, the work has been re-scheduled to start on 27 March and be completed by 12 April, weather permitting. Please look out for work crews, observe roadwork signage...

Controlling Mosquitoes Around Your Home

Controlling Mosquitoes Around Your Home

Mosquitoes that breed around houses can transmit diseases such as Ross River Virus, Barmah Forest Virus and Dengue Fever to humans, and heartworm to dogs. Under the Public Health Regulation 2005, it is an offence to have mosquitoes breeding in water around your...