Council is currently preparing a Coastal Management Program and would like input from our community. This is an exciting opportunity to address key issues within our coastal catchments, and prioritise management actions to be targeted over the next 10 years.
Community input requested for Coastal Management Program for Bellingen
Notification of Public Hearing - Planning Proposal 15
Reclassification of land at Lookout Road from Community to Operational
Notice is hereby given of a public hearing that is to be held regarding a proposal to reclassify part of a Public Reserve (formerly Reserve R87120), at Lookout Rd, Bellingen, from community’’ land to ‘’operational’’ land.
Bellingen Memorial Hall Community Open Days
Two ‘Community Open Days’ are being held on Friday 21 June from 4pm to 6pm and Saturday 22 June from 10am to 12pm. These have been organised by Council, in conjunction with the Memorial Hall Management Committee.
RMS Road Rebuilding and Widening Road Shoulders on Waterfall Way – 6km east of Bellingen – 27 May 2019
Road rebuilding and widening road shoulders on Waterfall Way, east of Bellingen from 27 May, 2019
Works Commence on Deep Creek Bridge
It’s been a long time coming but work is now underway on replacing Deep Creek Bridge on Coramba Road, Dorrigo.
The deep pockets of the State and Federal governments have allowed the bridge to be replaced with 50/50 funding coming from the NSW Fixing Country Roads program and the federally funded Bridge Renewal program.
Expressions of Interest - Urunga
LIFESTYLE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - URUNGA
Regional Tourism Awards applications now open
The North Coast Regional Tourism Awards are held annually to acknowledge excellence in tourism.
Signage Strategy - Have Your Say
The Bellingen Shire community is encouraged to contribute to the development of a Signage Strategy for the Shire.
The Strategy will provide guidance for the development of well-designed and positioned tourism and wayfinding signage that reflects the values of our community and communicates a strong brand identity.
A Memorial Soldier Returns
Work has commenced to bring back a familiar soldier to his rightful place in the Bellingen Memorial Hall.
New Interpretive Signage for Gleniffer Reserve
Council continues to progress the Gleniffer Reserves Master Plan and just recently launched the new interpretive signage at Gleniffer Reserves. Signage was installed at the four reserves in the Gleniffer Valley, including: Broken Bridge, Angel Gabriel Capararo, Arthur Keough and Earl Preston.