State of the Environment Report

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Botanic Garden

Botanic Garden Open Week

A week-long bonanza of events and activities is on offer at the North Coast Regional Botanic Garden from May 22-27.

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Grace Roberts

Grace Roberts Awards

Applications are now open for the 2018 Grace Roberts Community Development Awards.

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Woopi Wow

Woolgoolga Beach Reserve

The next stage of planning for Woolgoolga Beach Reserve is underway and we want you to have your say.

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El Funding

Apply Now for Environmental Levy Funding

Applications are now being invited for the 2018/2019 Environmental Levy Grants Program from community-based organisations and individuals interested in helping to improve or sustain our local environment.

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Submerged

Submerged – Stories of Australia’s Shipwrecks

Mutiny, tragedy, torpedo strikes, cowardice and heroism feature in a fascinating exhibition opening at Coffs Harbour Regional Museum...

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Emerald Beach

Emerald Beach Reserve Consultation – Next Stage

Work on the latest stage of the Emerald Beach Reserve Concept Plan will begin with a Community Information Session...

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Upcoming Events

May
Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery

Opening Night Autumn Selection Regional Gallery

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May
Museum Exhibition

Opening Submerged - Stories of Australia's Shipwrecks

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22-27
BotanicGardenOpenWeek

Botanic Garden Open Week

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May
Workshop

National Simultaneous Storytime

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May
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

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May
FotG Concert

In The Wild Concert

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State of the Environment Report

The second Regional State of the Environment report (SoE) has been released for the North Coast region of NSW.

The Regional SoE 2016 reports on environmental condition at a regional level, covering the local government areas (LGA) from Port Macquarie-Hastings in the south to Tweed in the north, which together form the North Coast Region of NSW.

The Report is a result of a collaboration between 12 general councils, Rous County Council  and NSW government agencies including North Coast Local Land Services, Office of the Environment and Heritage (OEH), Department of Primary Industries (DPI), DPI Water and the Office of Local Government.

A summary of the Coffs Harbour LGA is also available which highlights the main trends within our local government area.

Regional State of the Environment Report 2016

Coffs Harbour LGA - SoE Report Card 2016