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Burnie has many parks and reserves, which provide a range of outdoor experiences for the community.
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Published on 26 November 2021
Burnie City Council is continuing to investigate a cyber incident that has resulted in unauthorised access to its IT systems.
Nominate now for Citizen of Year, Senior Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year and Community Event of the Year.
Published on 20 November 2021
If you pay your rates by instalments, please note that the second rates instalment is due on 30 November 2021.
11 December 2021
Burnie Concert Band and local vocal ensembles have teamed together to present a spectacular evening’s entertainment.
12 December 2021
The Burnie City Council is delighted to announce that it has partnered with 7BU and Sea FM to deliver a new reimagined Burnie Christmas Parade.
19 December 2021
The Burnie Coastal Art Group are having children's painting workshops on every 3rd Sunday of the month at Studio 2 Eleven, 211 Mount Street, Upper Burnie.
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.
Council is excited to launch its new Community Grants Program.
Information about Council’s decision to change the delivery of a number of its services.
The future of West Park.
We are excited to share with you a proposed new vision for Burnie's cultural precinct.
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.
Built for healthy living and fun, with a 25m indoor pool, a 50m outdoor pool and a kids play area.
With your help, the City is working to reduce landfill and increase recycling - so how can you help?
Found dumped rubbish? Seen someone littering? Report here.