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Circular Head Council

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Far North West Tasmania

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Communicate Clearly and Check Understanding Workshop - 16 August 2016

21 June 2016

Please see the attached flyer about an upcoming workshop on how to Communicate Clearly and Check Understanding - Health Literacy and Verbal Communication that will be held in Smithton on 16 August 2016.

Sundown Creek / Temma Road Bridge Update

20 June 2016

The recent bushfires had caused significant damage to our timber bridge on Sundown Creek/Temma Road. As a result the bridge has been limited to Gross Vehicles Mass (GVM) traveling over the bridge to a maximum of 25 tonnes.

Council Takes Balanced Approach

17 June 2016

Circular Head Mayor Daryl Quilliam said Council last night passed the Annual Plan and Budget Estimates for 2016/2017 with a balanced approach in mind.

Flood Fact Sheet

9 June 2016

Please find attached Flood Fact Sheet from the State Government, which provides advice following floods.

Storm Damage - Road Closure and Emergency Updates

6 June 2016

Recent stormwater events have caused severe damage to some of Council’s civil infrastructure.

Temporary Park Closures

24 May 2016

Please find following advice from the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service regarding temporary closures to the Dip Falls Regional Reserve and the Sumac Lookout.

Nelson River / Temma Road Bridge Update

20 May 2016

The recent bushfires had caused significant damage to Council’s timber bridge on Nelson River/Temma Road.

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Circular Head Council

33 Goldie Street | PO Box 348

Smithton TAS 7330

T: (03) 6452 4800

F: (03) 6452 4861

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Welcome to Circular Head, one of Tasmania's most beautiful and productive locations. The municipality has:

A diverse range of industries including dairy and prime beef production, commercial fishing and aquaculture, agriculture, forestry and timber production, iron ore pelletising, vegetable processing, manufacturing and tourism.

We invite you to read the Circular Head Profile and watch a short film to discover more about Tasmania's far north-west.

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