Council Drought Works Funded by State


The NSW Government will allocate up to $8.5 million to MidCoast Council for infrastructure work undertaken during the drought earlier this year. ...Nothing found

Further Erosion at Jimmys Beach


Erosion is likely to continue today at Jimmys Beach at the northern side of Port Stephens inside the entrance. Jimmys Beach ...Nothing found

Tuncurry water park


Ideas for Tuncurry’s water play space are open, as works to decommission the old pool site begin next week. Current (old) ...Nothing found

Smiths Lake is Full


A predicted weather system for this weekend has prompted MidCoast Council to consider opening Smiths Lake entrance today. Smiths Lake ...Nothing found

Jimmys Beach Erosion Ongoing


High tides at Jimmys Beach on Thursday and Friday evenings will continue to threaten the Beach. Erosion of Jimmys Beach, Hawks Nest. ...Nothing found

Forster Ocean Baths Open


Work is almost complete at Forster’s Ocean Baths and recreation area. The facility has new toilets with separate change facilities, open air shower, and ...Nothing found

Beach Driving Permits Renewal Due


Permits are due for driving on Kylies Beach,  Hawks Nest Beach, and those in between. Midcoast Council reminds beach drivers of ...Nothing found

Enforceable Undertaking Follows Club’s Land Clearing


Black Head Bowling Club has entered into an enforceable undertaking with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment after a section of Crown land zoned ...Nothing found

Myall River Dredging on Schedule


Dredging in the Lower Myall River is a month into the 27 week project with 27,000 cubic metres of sand removed from the eastern channel. ...Nothing found

Water Interruptions for Barrington Village


Road works along Argyle Street Barrington will cause water supply interruptions over the next week. Temporary outages will affect the entire township. Residents ...Nothing found

Smiths Lake Might Open to Ocean


MidCoast Council will open Smiths Lake if recent consistent rainfall continues. The water body is known as an Intermittently Closed and Open Lake or ...Nothing found

Forster and Lakes Way Works


Forster bus shelter and amenities upgrade complete. An upgrade to a central bus shelter and public amenities on Little Street Forster has been completed, ...Nothing found

Blueys Beach Access Upgrade


Work on pedestrian access to south Blueys Beach opposite Ampat Place is complete. It should prevent continual erosion of the path and better ...Nothing found

Forster Tuncurry Updates


Tuncurry’s Manning Street will allow longer stays, with extended parking zones. “Business owners along Manning and Kent Streets felt ...Nothing found

Hawks Nest Dredging Starts


Dredging starts next week in Hawks Nest to remove 120,000 cubic metres of marine sand from the eastern channel of the lower Myall River. ...Nothing found

New Reservoirs for Gloucester’s Water


Midcoast Council plans to improve the reliability of Gloucester's water supply with new reservoirs at the Cemetery Road site. They also hope to ...Nothing found

Hawks Next Community Hall upgrade progresses


Hawks Nest Community Hall upgrade concepts are ready for community feedback. A concept design - based on an initial engagement process with ...Nothing found

Emergency weed eradication project


Farmers are warned of  a Tropical Soda Apple outbreak - an extremely invasive weed. Recent inspections across the MidCoast have detected multiple ...Nothing found

Rebuild for Destroyed RFS Shed


MidCoast Council will rebuild the Rainbow Flat Rural Fire Service shed that was destroyed last year during bushfires. The ...Nothing found

Wetlands Keep Wallis Lake Clear


Constructed wetlands can be found in many locations throughout Forster Tuncurry’s urban areas. They remove pollutants and sediments from stormwater runoff before it enters Wallis ...Nothing found

Forster Main Beach to Close for Sand Shifting


With reduced activity at Forster Main Beach, MidCoast Council will reshape the Beach from Wednesday 29 April until Friday 1 May. ...Nothing found

Taree–Sydney Flights Resume


MidCoast Council has reopened the airport to service the twice weekly flights, which were suspended  as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. ...Nothing found

Argyle Street Barrington Roadworks


Council crews start roadworks in Barrington’s busy Argyle Street. The 400m section of traffic lanes targeted for improvement extends from 50 Argyle ...Nothing found

Midcoast COVID-19 Closures


Cancellation of flights by Air Pelican on Thursday (26 March) has resulted in a closure of Taree Airport terminal. The airport is open ...Nothing found

Check-up for Wingham’s Vampire Jet


Wingham Central Park’s Vampire Jet will be completing its health check soon. At last year’s inspection the base was in good condition. ...Nothing found

Update for MidCoast Residents on COVID19


General Manager Adrian Panuccio said events and programs at libraries and the Regional Art Gallery have been suspended. Council will also close ...Nothing found

Gloucester First Stop for Bulk Waste Collection


MidCoast Council’s annual bulk Waste collection starts in Gloucester on 23 March and continuing through to August across the region. Council’s guidelines ...Nothing found

Behind the Scenes at Bootawa


Not to be confused with Beetoota! Bootawa Water Treatment Plant will conduct a public tour of the region’s main supply system on ...Nothing found

Manning Art Exhibits ‘Inspiring’


Two thought provoking and inspiring exhibitions will open at Manning Regional Art Gallery on 12 March 2020 ~ the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize and ...Nothing found

Avalon Rd Krambach Roadwork


MidCoast Council starts work this month to upgrade a two-kilometre section of Avalon Road at Krambach. The project will ...Nothing found


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