Community links and information from the Department of Health Tasmania and the Australian Government. List of council facilities that have been temporarily closed.
Pay your parking fine, rates bill, pet registration or other payment.
Rubbish and recycling collection, reduce - reuse - recycle, business waste, Waste Management Centre
Permit Applications that are currently available for community consideration and comment.
Find out more about locations, fees and operating hours.
Take a look at some of the key projects and works currently in progress or recently completed.
A full list of halls, sports buildings, recreational grounds, car parks and other facilities.
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.
Find Council meeting dates, agendas, minutes and your elected representatives profiles.
Published on 26 September 2020
Specialist contractors are invited to tender for this design and construct project.
Published on 23 September 2020
TAS ART: A selection of past winners will be exhibited at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery from Friday 25 September 2020.
Published on 22 September 2020
Burnie City Council is looking forward to a fresh perspective following the appointment of Mr Simon Overland as its new General Manager.
The Burnie Penguin Observation Centre are looking for new Penguin Guides and will be hosting their annual training for new guides on Saturday September 26th in Burnie.
27 September 2020
slow down, relax and explore the garden with all your senses.
01 October 2020
Burnie is a hive of activity in October, with a festival that reflects the passions and interests of the community courtesy of a feast of exhibitions, events, performances and parties.
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 is undertaking a traffic study in the Futuna Avenue and Bay Street, Burnie area, near the Stella Maris Primary School and Marist Regional College.
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 undertaking a traffic study in the Futuna Avenue and Bay Street area.
Visiting Burnie? For some inspiration to get you started, check out our photo gallery.
Council has passed its COVID-19 Support Package.
Burnie Minecraft Miners and Discord links and information.
The EasyPark mobile app puts parking in the palm of your hand. Download the app for free.
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.
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Burnie City Council
PO Box 973
80 Wilson StreetBurnie, TAS 7320
Tel: 03 6430 5700
ABN: 29 846 979 690