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Burnie has many parks and reserves, which provide a range of outdoor experiences for the community.
Find out what vacancies are currently available and how to apply.
Published on 21 January 2022
Personal support is available for the community affected by the recent serious incident in the Shorewell area. This is a confidential service facilitated by the Tasmanian Health Service.
Published on 14 January 2022
Tasmania is now living with COVID-19 in the community which is impacting many businesses. Resources for businesses to assist with their planning is available on the coronavirus website.
Published on 13 January 2022
The Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania (Parks and Wildlife Service) is investigating the death of 17 little penguins at Burnie’s West Beach.
22 January 2022
Free School Holiday Activities for young people aged 11 and up.Bookings essential!
26 January 2022
On January 26, Burnie City Council invite members of the community to come together to reflect, respect and celebrate – because we’re all part of the story.
29 January 2022
Cocktail Party and Awards Presentation - join us for a night of fun and entertainment as we acknowledge businesses and individuals who have provided great service in 2021.
Find out how to report issues such as potholes, blocked gutters, illegal dumping of rubbish, pollution, graffiti, illegal disposal of syringes, dead animals on the roadside, and abandoned vehicles.
Burnie City Council and the University of Tasmania have embarked on a process to explore all the future possibilities for West Park and the opportunities it enables for our region.
Get in touch with us to ask a question, report an issue, get some help, make a complaint or simply to give us some feedback.
Last Call for Community Grant Applications!
Cocktail Party and Awards Presentation.
We are excited to share with you a proposed new vision for Burnie's cultural precinct.
Information about Council’s decision to change the delivery of a number of its services.
FREE Hard Waste - Drop Off Week in May 2022.
Visiting Burnie? For some inspiration to get you started, check out our photo gallery.
The EasyPark mobile app puts parking in the palm of your hand. Download the app for free.