Media Releases

Media Release: Surf Life Savers move into new club rooms

The Burnie City Council and Burnie Surf Life Saving Club are excited to announce that the Burnie Surf Club redevelopment works are now complete.

Media Release: Building Bridges Program

Burnie City Council has welcomed the announcement of $250,000 towards the Building Bridges for Mature Jobseekers program to be run in Burnie until December 2020.

Burnie Cultural Precinct Project

The Burnie City Council welcomes today’s funding announcement by Tasmanian Senator Steve Martin towards the Burnie Cultural Precinct.

When I Grow Up

When I Grow Up – Youth Variety Show, will be performed in the Burnie Arts Theatre with 4 performances over 3 days from Thursday 9 May to Saturday 11 May.

Easter Sunday Fun with Kids in the Park

Kids in the Park is on again this Sunday at the Burnie Park. Have a slide, take a ride, have a bounce, blow some bubbles, dance with a butterfly, fight a Barbarian or pat a rabbit, but whatever you do, have fun!

Congratulations - Burnie Youth Council 2019

Burnie Youth Council met for the annual Youth Council election on Thursday 28th March. The Youth Council is made up of 2 representatives from each of the 12 primary and secondary schools in the Burnie area.

Slava & Sharon Grigoryan

This collaboration from two of Australia’s finest classical musicians, Slava and Sharon Grigoryan, combines their formidable talents to present a concert for guitar and cello with works by Vivaldi, Granados, Piazzolla and more. They are performing on Wednesday 10 April, 7.30 pm, in the Burnie Regional Art Gallery.

Up Close and BIG returns with Alison Watkins

BIG is excited to welcome Alison Watkins, Group Managing Director of Coca Cola Amatil, as guest speaker at the first Up Close and BIG event for 2019.

Annie: Burnie Musical Society

Eleven year old Annie lives at the New York Municipal Orphanage. Annie is always hopeful that her parents, who left her as a baby on the steps of the orphanage, will return to claim her. Annie decides to run away to find her parents, meeting a friendly dog and being befriended by a group of people made homeless because of the Depression.

Call for Stallholders – Youth Week 2019 ‘Party in the Park’

The Burnie City Council with support of the Tasmanian Government are holding a Party in the Park at the Burnie Park Sound Shell to celebrate Youth Week 2019 and are seeking interested stallersholders to participate.