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Australia Day & Tasmania Day Awards 2012

10 October 2011
As part of the Celebrations for Australia Day 2012 the West Coast Council in conjunction with the National Australia Day Council will be presenting the following Awards:
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Animal Microchipping

8 June 2011
A microchipping day will be held Saturday 18th June 2011 from 8.30am - 5.00pm at the Queenstown Sports Stadium
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Living on the Coast – The Cradle Coast Regional Land Use Planning Framework

22 December 2010
A draft Land Use Planning Framework has been produced as part of the Cradle Coast Regional Planning Initiative under an agreement between the State government and the nine Councils of the Cradle Coast region.
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Sport & Recreation Plan adopted by Council

21 July 2010
The West Coast Sport & Recreation Plan 2010-2020 has been adopted by Council.
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Rosebery Reference Group

20 June 2010
Minutes from the Reference Group meeting are now available.
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Join the Recycling Revolution

29 October 2009
The number of residents recycling is growing - are you recycling?
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Think Big Work Local
 Second rates instalment due 28th October -
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Covering 9574.5sq kms, the West Coast municipality is the gateway to Tasmania's wilderness. Coastal populations include Strahan, situated on Macquarie Harbour, and the picturesque shack sites of Granville Harbour and Trial Harbour. The inland population centres of Queenstown, Zeehan, Tullah and Rosebery and the small historic townships of Gormanston and Linda are all within a short distance from magnificent lakes, rivers, rainforests, dunes and historic sites.

With a population of approximately 5500, the West Coast is celebrated for its tourism, mining and fishing whilst the clean air, mild climate and strong commitment to community make the West Coast a fantastic and unique place to be.

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