Driving on our beaches?2017/18 Beach Vehicle Permits are now available.
Check out our comprehensive events calendar for the whole MidCoast region.
Saturday 9 September is your day to vote for who you think will best represent our MidCoast region.
Report a problem with roads, parks or facilities.Request a Council service.
What can you do on your land? Mapping. Learn processes. Development Applications.
MidCoast Water is now a division of Council.Visit the website here.
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Landfills. Community Recycling Centres. Bulky Waste. On-site Sewage Management.
See the latest road closures or road works. Find out about our maintenance strategy.
Search for the application form you need in our Council forms library.
Registration. Dogs in public places. Barking dogs. Animal shelters.
Parks, venues, playgrounds, beaches, pools, halls, cemeteries and sports facilities.
Join a great place to work! You can view our current vacancies here.
Looking to train or play on our sports fields? Check this page for bad weather closures.
Information for voters, and those who are thinking of standing as a Councillor.
An IPART determination has approved a Special Rate Variation for the MidCoast Council region.
Help us turn the Tuncurry pool site into a play space to cater for little kids and big kids alike!
What's happening near you?Discover services, parks, facilities, improvement works, events and more with our interactive smart map.
Local organic fruit and veg, free range eggs, cakes, chocolates, gingerbread, bread, honey, natural skin care, plants, seedlings, chickens, craft and bric-a-brac.
This locally run market is held on the last Sunday of the month and includes glass bead making demos, local crafters, homebaked goodies, craft supplies, leadlighting, live music, and much more.
On the last Sunday of the month, with extra markets in the holidays. The Palms Markets showcase quality handmade, home grown and home baked products from around the Great Lakes region and beyond.
Published on 26 July 2017
It’s good news for users of Wingham Road, with the Commerce Street / Old Wingham Road intersection earmarked for safety improvements to be undertaken over two days, Thursday 27 and Friday 28 July.
Almost $500,000 was allocated to a range of deserving community projects at today’s MidCoast Council meeting, as the second round of the NSW Government's Stronger Communities Grants Program recipients was announced.
Next Tuesday 1 August, we will be drawing attention to the new 'Kiss & Ride' zone at Forster Public School in an unusual way - by chalking the kerb blue to match the signs.
Your views matter to us. See everything currently open for public consultation here, including Development Applications on exhibition.
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