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Swim Between The Flags

Swim Between The Flags

Stay safe at the beach these school holidays by swimming between the red and yellow flags at patrolled beaches...

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Registration of Interest - Water

Council is calling for interested parties to register their interest in obtaining raw water or recycled water for agricultural/irrigation purposes...

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Disaster Revocery

Disaster Recovery

Council is hosting a bushfire recovery meeting on Tuesday, 28 January at 5:30pm in Nana Glen Community Hall...

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Australia Day Nominees 2020

Australia Day 2020

The winners of this year's Australia Day Awards will be revealed on Sunday, 26 Jan at the Botanic Garden at 9am. Meet the Nominees…

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Turtle warning

Nesting Turtles Plea for Care

Plea to public to avoid disturbing turtle nests and rare birds on local beaches by keeping dogs and vehicles away...

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New Beach Patrols

New Beach Patrols for Summer

Jetty Beach will have a trial beach patrol service by Council’s Lifeguards this summer as part of a series of innovations...

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15 September 2016 Experience Life as an Early Settler

Timber-getters were the first European settlers

Damper, billy tea, bush ballads and yarns are all on offer at the opening event for a new Early Settler Walk at the Botanic Garden on Wednesday, September 28 at 10am.

Anyone coming along will be invited to be the first to enjoy the new Walk, which weaves through the trees for about 500 metres.

Along the way, visitors can enjoy interpretive boards highlighting the Coffs Coast’s native plants through beautiful botanical drawings, historical photographs and descriptions made by early settlers.

The opening event is to be held opposite the glasshouses, a short walk along the main route through the Garden.

The opening event costs $2 per person. Please RSVP by Monday September 26 via the Botanic Garden reception office on 6648 4188 between 10am and 3pm.