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20 Years of Storytime

20 Years of Storytime

Coffs Harbour Libraries is celebrating 20 years of Storytime with a special storytime and cake...

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Naming Rights

Naming Rights Sponsor

Coffs Harbour City Council is seeking a Naming Rights Sponsor for Coffs Harbour International Sports Stadium, currently known as C.ex Coffs International Stadium...

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Around the World

Young People - Have Your Say

Council is keen to hear from young people about how they would like to contribute to the planning of services and facilities within the LGA...

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Cultural Civic Space

Dog Destroyed and Owner Fined and Banned after Attack

A pet owner has been banned from keeping a dog for life and his dog destroyed after an attack in which two alpacas were killed ...

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SummerSalt

Big Names Coming to Coffs

The news that SummerSalt will be bringing some of Australia’s biggest music names to Coffs Harbour in February 2019 has been greeted with delight...

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First Sikh Temple

First Sikh Temple Receives Historic Recognition

The First Sikh Temple in Woolgoolga – the earliest example of a purpose-built Sikh temple in Australia – is to be designated as a place of local historical interest...

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Site visits

Coffs Harbour City Councils' water and sewer storage and treatment facilities are available for the community to visit. Some facilities are open to the public but others require booking a guided group tour with Council.

For more information or to make a group booking, contact Council on (02) 6648 4000.

You can find out more about our water and sewer facilities here:

 

Karangi Dam

Karangi Dam is open to visitors seven days a week.

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Shannon Creek Dam

Shannon Creek Dam is open to the public Thursday - Sunday from 9am - 3pm.

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Karangi Water Treatment Plant

The Karangi Water Treatment Plant is not open to the public. Guided tours for school, community and technical groups can be booked by contacting Council on 02 6648 4000.

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