The West Park site is of regional significance, and the Makers’ Workshop expresses the clever industrial history of the region and points to the future.
The Burnie City Council and the University of Tasmania see the potential development of the West Park site and the Makers’ Workshop as an opportunity to blend both the existing commercial and community engagement activity on the site with world-class education opportunities that will secure a sustainable and viable future for UTAS in the North West region.
Burnie City Council manages the lawn cemetery on East Cam Road in the Burnie municipality and endeavours to provide a respectful, fair and equitable service to all persons visiting this site.
The next Ordinary Meeting of the Burnie City Council will be held in the Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, commencing at 7pm on:
In late March, Burnie City Council at a special meeting agreed on a heads of agreement that outlines the University of Tasmania and Burnie City Council working together to expand educational opportunities for the North-West region on the land at West Park.
26 April 2013 marks the 25th anniversary of the date Burnie was proclaimed a city by Queen Elizabeth ll.
Burnie City Council at a special meeting last night agreed on a formal Heads of Agreement with the University of Tasmania to commence plans to develop on the land at West Park.
The Burnie Regional Art Gallery and Burnie City Council are extremely excited to announce that the Da Vinci Machines Exhibition will be touring to Burnie in February 2014.
Burnie City Council is calling for entries for its annual paper clothing and paper mask competition.
The Burnie Regional Museum has plenty to celebrate.
All nine Councils in the region have committed to provide contemporary and consistent planning schemes to the Tasmanian Government as part of state-wide reforms to planning processes.
The Burnie region has received $4.25 million in funding to deliver a storm water improvement program across the municipality.