Urunga Tidal Swimming Pool
Bellingen Shire Council partners with Forestry NSW to control Tropical Soda Apple
Tropical Soda Apple, native to Brazil and Argentina, is a perennial shrub that grows from 1 -2 m in height with leaves and stems containing large white to yellow thorn-like prickles. Flowers are white. Immature fruits are similar in colour to a water melon, which turn yellow when mature, and are about 3cm in diameter.
Bellingen Shire Council moves forward with plan to address the Shire's infrastructure backlog
Waterfall Way Roadworks
Bellingen Shire Council Supports Community Environmental and Sustainability Initiatives
Each project was supported to the value of $5,000, making the total amount of funding granted $35,000.
Customer Service Survey
An enthusiastic group gave their opinions in these areas before expanding the forum into issues such as council meeting venues, the availability of councillor, community engagement and different media distribution channels.
Improving the water quality of the Bellinger River
Agriculture is an integral part of Bellingen Shire’s community and landscape but it brings with it challenges in balancing productivity, profitability and care for the land and water on which it ultimately relies.
Weed of National Significance found growing in our region
Pond apple has already had devastating effects on the wet tropic bioregion of Far North Queensland where it has invaded over 2,000 hectares of environmentally valuable mangrove forest.
General Flood and Recovery Updates
These updates will now be issued as new information is at hand.