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Grants Open

Grants Now Open

Enviornmental Levy, MAD Green Grants, Event Grants and Community Capital Infrastructure Grants are now open...

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Build the Best Bypass

Build the Best Bypass

Coffs Harbour City Council is committed to doing everything we can to ensure the best bypass is built to meet the needs of our community...

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City Square

City Square Revitalisation

Work has started on delivering one of the key projects identified in the Coffs City Centre Masterplan with the $2.5 million revitalisation of City Square now underway...

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Museum

Celebrating 70 Years of Royal Far West Volunteers

A new exhibition highlighting 70 years of the work of the Royal Far West Children’s Health Scheme in Coffs Harbour opens at the city’s Regional Museum on Friday, March 22...

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Harmony Festival

Travel the World Without Leaving Home

Harmony Festival – Coffs Harbour’s most diverse, exciting, exotic and adventure-filled event – returns with an even more fun, tasty and imaginative programme on March 31...

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West Coffs Park

Work Begins on Major New Community Park

A relaxing green parkland that will offer fun for people of all ages and abilities – and their pets – has begun to take shape in West Coffs...

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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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