Community Support

Burnie Wynyard Liquor Accord

The Burnie Licensing Accord is an initiative of liquor licensees in the Burnie local government area, the Burnie City Council, Tasmania Police, Australian Hotels Association, the Liquor and Gaming Branch and the Burnie business community.

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Burnie’s BIG opportunity

A community desire to raise the level of educational aspiration and attainment will see the launch of BIG on Tuesday 11 of November at 5pm at the University of Tasmania (UTAS) Cradle Coast Campus.

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Collective Impact Burnie

Burnie Works is a collective impact framework under development in Burnie.

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Community Funding

The Burnie City Council's Financial Assistance Grants program aims to support community clubs and organisations to initiate or establish programs, projects and activities on a fair and equitable basis.

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Community Recognition

Burnie City Council recognises and appreciates the service, commitment, effort of volunteers through service organisations that enhance the community spirit and quality of life in the City of Burnie. Without the work of these organisations and clubs, our residents would not enjoy the opportunities for participation, assistance, recreation and belonging that make our community strong.

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Emergency Management Plan

The information below describes the general arrangements for emergency management in the Burnie municipal area.

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