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$9.8 million for roads, drainage and reseals

Burdekin Shire Council has budgeted $9.8 million for maintenance and capital works on the road and drainage networks. Council has allocated $6.5 million in capital roadworks, with 69 per cent of that being spent on the shire’s rural road network and $900,000 being for reseals of urban and rural roads.

Burdekin Shire Council has budgeted $9.8 million for maintenance and capital works on the road and drainage networks.

Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said Council had allocated $6.5 million in capital roadworks, with 69 per cent of that being spent on the shire’s rural road network and $900,000 being for reseals of urban and rural roads.

“Council has allocated $400,000 toward upgrading the Mount Inkerman Road which will include the provision of pull-off/passing zones and the replacement of the safety guardrail,” she said. “This road is used by many residents walking the hill and by tourists who want a bird’s eye view of our region.

“Rural areas to be targeted this year will be:

    • the widening of Brown Road, including improvements to the intersection with Ayr-Dalbeg Road;
    • kerbing, channelling and bitumen sealing of Grey Street;
    • bitumen sealing the remaining unsealed section of Ramsden and Sandhill roads;
    • widening a narrow section of McDowell Road between Woods and Watts roads;
    • traffic management improvements at the intersection of Darveniza and Woods roads; and
    • widening narrow sections of Kelly Road between Fiveways and Mountainview roads.

“Other works will include kerbing and channelling and bitumen widening in Home Hill’s Eleventh Avenue and Eighth Street, improvements to parking at the junior soccer fields on Beach Road, bitumen sealing of Sixth Avenue from Hurney Road towards Sixth Street and bitumen sealing a section of Delpratt Street in Dalbeg.”

The Mayor said Council had also budgeted to upgrade the pedestrian pathway in Graham Street, Ayr, adjacent to the Ayr State Primary School.

“We will also continue our progress of the Burdekin Be Active Trail and upgrade older footpaths as identified by Council’s Asset Management Framework,” she said.

“There are a number of bridges in our shire that will also be repaired throughout the year.”

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Ayr Skate Park to receive shade structure

Burdekin Shire Council has allocated $50,000 in the 2016-17 Budget toward erecting a shade structure over the Ayr Skate Park.

Burdekin Shire Council has allocated $50,000 toward erecting a shade structure over the Ayr Skate Park.

Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said this was a project that had been sought by the users of the skate park.

“Council has had a number of requests for provision of shade over the skate park and we were happy to include it in this year’s Budget,” she said.

“The Burdekin Shire Youth Council is consulting with users of the park as to what sort of shade cover they are seeking.

“Council has also allocated $100,000 to upgrade older playground equipment and park furniture in the Shire’s parks.

“Our Skilling Queenslanders for Work employees will continue to upgrade Plantation Park and Juru Walk in 2016/17 at a cost of $174,142.

“The public toilet facility at Cromarty Boat Landing in Giru will be replaced at an estimated cost of $55,000.

“Council has also put aside $50,000 for the construction of an entry statement at the Mackenzie Street entrance of the Ayr Cemetery.”

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Ayr and Millaroo pools and Home Hill Caravan Park to receive minor makeovers

The Ayr Swimming Pool, Millaroo Pool and the Home Hill Caravan Park will be upgraded in the 2016/17 financial year, the Burdekin Shire Council announced at its Budget Meeting.

The Ayr Swimming Pool, Millaroo Pool and the Home Hill Caravan Park will be upgraded in the 2016/17 financial year.

Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said Council has a $2 million carryover project for the Ayr Swimming Pool, but this would depend on the receipt of government funding.

“Council has further discussed the scope of works for the Ayr Swimming Pool refurbishment and has refined it to include works associated with the 50m pool only at this stage,” she said.

“We have made this decision in an attempt to keep our costs as low as possible.

“The proposed works will include new pool plant and equipment. Other works to the pool include new filtered water return lines to the side of the pool walls, cleaning of the tiles and replacing of pool sealants.

“The concrete shell of the pool has been tested and is suitable for another 15 years’ use.

“Further testing has indicated there is water loss from the pool which could be attributed to leaking pipework etc, so once the final design and plans are completed, Council will seek government funding to complete this project.

“Separate to this project Council has also allocated funding to replace the shade sails.”

Cr McLaughlin said the Home Hill Caravan Park would also receive some upgrade works.

“Council has carryover funding available to build a new ablutions block,” she said.

“The current block has had numerous refurbishments over the years and is past its use-by date, so it was decided to build a new one.

“In addition, Council has allocated $15,000 to replace the existing fence and $7500 to replace five power heads.”

The Mayor said the Council also still had $50,000 available to assist with the refurbishment of the Millaroo Pool.

“We have recently agreed on high priority works to be completed for the chemical and plant room at Millaroo,” she said.

“In addition our team is making further investigations to complete some landscaping works through the Skilling Queenslanders for Work scheme.”

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Council continues works to clear aquatic weeds

Burdekin Shire Council will continue its program to clear aquatic weeds from the Shire’s waterways in an effort to return the systems back to their original environmental state. Council has budgeted to spend approximately $68,000 on aquatic weed control in nine coastal creek systems across the lower Burdekin.

Burdekin Shire Council will continue its program to clear aquatic weeds from the Shire’s waterways in an effort to return the systems back to their original environmental state.

Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said Council has budgeted to spend approximately $68,000 on aquatic weed control in nine coastal creek systems across the lower Burdekin.

“Infestations of weeds in our lagoons and waterways cause major problems such as increased mosquito populations and during flood events the dense weed mats being carried downstream can damage our roads, pumps and fences,” she said.

“Weed control activities include aerial spraying, edge spraying from boat and land, and mechanical removal using the weed harvester and excavator.

“Council appreciates the support from contributing landholders, NQ Dry Tropics, SunWater and Lower Burdekin Water in providing financial and in-kind assistance toward continuing this valuable work.”

Cr McLaughlin said the Council would also receive $17,500 from NQ Dry Tropics to assist with this work.

“I thank NQ Dry Tropics for their support of Council’s aquatic weed clearing program,” she said.

“This funding is vital to keeping our waterways clear of aquatic weeds such as Salvinia, Water Hyacinth, Water Lettuce and Hymenachne.”

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Council to spend more than $550,000 in community support

Burdekin Shire Council has announced it has budgeted to spend more than $550,000 supporting the Burdekin community and local events in the next financial year.

Council will spend more than $550,000 supporting the Burdekin community and local events in the next financial year, according to Mayor Lyn McLaughlin.

“Burdekin Shire Council has put aside $140,000 for welfare donations, $40,000 in events funding and another $57,000 to cover the in-kind support costs, such as setting up for events with bins, signage and the like,” she said.

“We have $12,000 in standing donations to community organisations and $7500 in sport grants included in this year’s Budget.

“Council is continuing to support the promotion of our region by the Burdekin Tourism Association and have allocated $16,000 toward promotional signage, advertising and participating in expos to promote our shire.

“There is also $20,000 set aside to replace the ageing promotional banners in the main streets of Ayr and Home Hill.”

Cr McLaughlin said the Community Development team had also budgeted $30,000 for upgrading security at the Burdekin Library Ayr and Home Hill branch library.

“We have allocated $75,000 to refurbish the Burdekin Library facility and the Music Loft,” she said.

“There is $10,000 to replace the Burdekin Theatre Auditorium house lights with LED lights and $15,000 to replace the sound mixing console at the Burdekin Memorial Hall.”

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Council upgrades ageing water and wastewater infrastructure

Burdekin Shire Council announced at its Budget Meeting that it will spend more than $2 million upgrading the Shire’s ageing water and wastewater networks.

Burdekin Shire Council will spend more than $2 million upgrading the Shire’s ageing water and wastewater networks.

Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said $1.127 million of the 2016/17 Budget would be spent on water projects to improve network reliability.

“Many of our assets are more than 40 years old and it is important that we continue to upgrade and improve them, to ensure our residents have a reliable water supply and wastewater network,” she said.

“Council has allocated $450,000 to replace the switchboard at the South Ayr Water Treatment Plant and $200,000 for the refurbishment or replacement of water assets.

“Our Budget includes $600,000 for the continuation of the Sewage Pump Station switchboard replacement program and $200,000 for the refurbishment or replacement of sewerage assets to improve our network’s reliability.

“These works are ongoing and Council will seek government funding to continue with these essential works.”

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Council calls for sport bursary applications

Burdekin Shire Council is calling for local amateur sports people to apply for the Wingate Properties North Queensland Sports Encouragement Bursary. This is open to athletes who are residents of Burdekin Shire and who are 17 or younger this year. Winning applicants will receive $650 and a unique embroidered track suit jacket.

Burdekin Shire Council is calling for local amateur sports people to apply for the Wingate Properties North Queensland Sports Encouragement Bursary.

North Queensland Sports Foundation life member and Burdekin Shire Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said the North Queensland Sports Foundation was this year dispersing the bursaries to member councils.

“The Burdekin is a fantastic breeding ground for young athletes and sports people and I would encourage them to take the time to apply for this bursary,” she said.

“Winning applicants will receive $650 and a unique embroidered track suit jacket.

“This is only open to athletes who are residents of our Shire and who are 17 or younger this year.”

Cr McLaughlin said the bursary winners would be encouraged to inform Council and the Foundation on their achievements.

“We love to hear how our recipients fare,” she said.

“This bursary is a great way to help our young sportsmen and women reach their goals in their chosen sport.”

Nomination forms for the Wingate Properties North Queensland Sports Encouragement Bursary will be available on Council’s website, Council’s Customer Service Centre, Burdekin Library Ayr and Home Hill Branch library. Application forms must be submitted to Council by Friday, 15 July 2016.

For further information about the bursary please contact Council’s Community Development Team on 4783 9800.

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Burdekin Library offers school holiday fun

Looking for something for the children to do over the school holidays? Check out the free Burdekin Library activities. To secure a spot for your child at the activities call 4783 9970.

School holidays are fast approaching and the Burdekin Library is offering a variety of activities to entertain.

Burdekin Shire Council’s Library Services Manager John Scott said the Library was a great place to be during the school holidays.

“We have three main activities planned for the school holidays – crafts, a movie and technology,” he said.

“For those children who love craft there’ll be activities at the Burdekin Library Ayr and Home Hill Branch Library.

“We’ll host a Meet the Ozobots session at both libraries and a coding workshop at the Burdekin Library Ayr.”

Mr Scott said all sessions had limited spaces and urged parents to secure a spot for their child by calling 4783 9970.

Details of the activities are as follows:

Burdekin Library Ayr

Tuesday, 28 June and 5 July, 10am-11.30am: Craft Activity, 7-12 years.

Thursday, 30 June, 10am-11.30am: Meet the Ozobots.

Thursday, 7 July, 10am-11.30am: Coding with Kano, 7-12 years. Maximum of 8 children, parents welcome.

Friday, 8 July, 10am-12 noon: Movie morning – Toy Story 3. Popcorn will be provided.  Cancelled

Home Hill Branch Library

Tuesday, 28 June and 5 July, 2pm-3.30pm: Craft Activity, 7-12 years.

Thursday, 30 June, 2pm-3.30pm: Meet the Ozobots.

For further information about the activities or to book, please contact the Burdekin Library on 4783 9970.

How to Apply

Application packages are available from the Human Resources Office at the Shire Chambers, 145 Young St, Ayr, Qld, 4807, telephone (07) 4783 9800 or this website - just click on the position that interests you and download the application package.

Once you have obtained the application package and prepared your application it can be lodged online using the links below or by mail to Confidential Application, PO Box 974, Ayr, Qld, 4807.

Please note that we can only accept applications for jobs that are currently being advertised.

Apply Online


Current job vacancies are shown below.

Burdekin Shire Council

Job Vacancy 16/21 – Casual Plant Operator – Kirknie Landfill

Burdekin Shire Council is currently seeking applications for a Casual Plant Operator at Council’s Landfill. This position will be required to provide relief duties during periods of leave. Applications close Wednesday, 6 July 2016.

Burdekin Shire Council is currently seeking applications for a Casual Plant Operator at Council’s Landfill. This position will be required to provide relief duties during periods of leave.

The Position

The key responsibilities include:

  • Operation of Compactor and Front End Loader.
  • Daily pushing, compacting and covering waste.
  • Monitoring and maintenance of segregated waste and storage areas (green waste, concrete, metals etc.).
  • Operation of computer and weighbridge, receipt of fees and issuing of receipts.
  • Ensuring waste acceptance criteria are met.
  • Controlling and directing general public and any contractors operating on site.
  • Determining correct waste disposal charges to be levied.
  • Customer service.

Applicants should familiarise themselves with the entire position description.

The hourly rate for this position is $27.29 plus the applicable casual loading.

Application packages are available from the Human Resources Office on (07) 4783 9800 or you can download the application package using the following link.

Applications for 16/21 – Casual Plant Operator – Kirknie Landfill should include:

  • A cover letter
  • A current resume
  • Statements addressing the selection criteria found in the Position Description

Applications can be submitted using one of the following methods:

Applications close on Wednesday, 6 July 2016. Word or PDF format is preferable.

For further information please contact Emily Jones – Environmental Health Project Officer on (07) 4783 9800.

Burdekin Shire Council

Job Vacancy 16/20 – Casual Transfer Station Gatehouse Attendant

Burdekin Shire Council is currently seeking applications for Casual Transfer Station Gatehouse Attendants. This position will be required to provide relief duties during periods of leave. Applications close Wednesday, 6 July 2016.

Burdekin Shire Council is currently seeking applications for Casual Transfer Station Gatehouse Attendants. This position will be required to provide relief duties during periods of leave.

The Position

The key responsibilities include:

  • Operate associated technology in order to accurately record transaction details, as required.
  • Receiving fees including cash, and issue receipts.
  • Ensure money received reconciles with transactions.
  • Complete reports on transactions and associated activities.
  • Reject loads of waste that do not meet approved acceptance criteria for the transfer station.
  • Supervise public and direct traffic at the transfer station.
  • Set prices and sell second hand goods.
  • Clean and undertake housekeeping duties on site.
  • Maintain hazardous waste collection areas and ensure material is correctly stored.
  • Undertake yard maintenance duties including maintenance of signs or other equipment.
  • Treat customers in a courteous and friendly manner.

Applicants should familiarise themselves with the entire position description.

The hourly rate for this position is $25.45 plus the applicable casual loading.

Application packages are available from the Human Resources Office on (07) 4783 9800 or you can download the application package using the following link.

Applications for 16/20 – Casual Transfer Station Gatehouse Attendant should include:

  • A cover letter
  • A current resume
  • Statements addressing the selection criteria found in the Position Description

Applications can be submitted using one of the following methods:

Applications close on Wednesday, 6 July 2016. Word or PDF format is preferable.

For further information please contact Emily Jones – Environmental Health Project Officer on (07) 4783 9800.

Burdekin Shire Council

Job Vacancy 16/19 – Labourer – Parks

Burdekin Shire Council is currently seeking applications for a Labourer in the Parks section to assist with the maintenance of Council parks, gardens, public open spaces and cemeteries. Applications close on Wednesday, 6 July 2016.

Burdekin Shire Council is currently seeking applications for a Labourer in the Parks section.

The Position

The key responsibilities include:

  • Assist with the maintenance of Council parks, gardens, public open spaces and cemeteries by undertaking general labouring and truck driving duties as directed.

The Person

The successful applicant will possess the following attributes at a minimum:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of landscaping and parks operations.
  • Demonstrated experience in operating plant and equipment associated with parks management i.e. industrial mower, edger, brush cutters, small plant, chainsaw etc.
  • Sound written and verbal communication skills and the ability to follow both verbal and written instructions.
  • Proven ability to work in a team environment with limited supervision.
  • Minimum of C class drivers licence.

Applicants should familiarise themselves with the entire position description.

The gross fortnightly wage for this position is $1,934.89 which includes Construction Allowance.

Application packages are available from the Human Resources Office on (07) 4783 9800 or you can download the application package using the following link.

Applications for 16/19 – Labourer – Parks should include:

  • A cover letter
  • A current resume
  • Statements addressing the selection criteria found in the Position Description

Applications can be submitted using one of the following methods:

Applications close on Wednesday, 6 July 2016. Word or PDF format is preferable.

For further information please contact Tano Buono – Parks Coordinator on (07) 4783 9800.

Marketplace

Welcome to the Burdekin Shire Council Marketplace, where you will find details of:

  • items for sale
  • opportunities to supply Council with products or services

Offers to buy items or supply to Council may be invited through expressions of interest, quotation, or tender.
In accordance with the Local Government Regulation 2012:

  • Tenders are used for the purchase and sale of goods and services valued at $200,000 or more (excluding GST).
  • Expressions of interest are used in some circumstances prior to calling for tenders.
  • Quotations are sought for items valued at less than $200,000 (excluding GST).
  • Items are occasionally offered for sale at a fixed price if they do not sell when offered for sale by tender or auction.
There are no items at the moment.

Additional Information

Call 13 19 40

You can also call 13 19 40 to hear a 24-hour recorded message for local road conditions from the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

To report a traffic incident you can speak to an operator once the recorded message has finished.

Burdekin Diorama: A Lions Project

Milburn Road – Home Hill Diorama

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that construction of a carpark and turnaround area at the Home Hill Diorama will commence on Monday 4th July 2016 to Friday 22nd July 2016, weather permitting.

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that construction of a carpark and turnaround area at the Home Hill Diorama will commence on Monday 4th July 2016 to Friday 22nd July 2016, weather permitting.

These works will be constructed under a full road closure.

Motorists are asked to obey all directional signs and any instructions from traffic controllers or on site personnel for their own safety and the safety of Council’s workforce.

Burdekin Shire Council thanks residents and road users in anticipation of their patience during the construction period.

For further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

Footpath Works

Graham Street – Footpath Reconstruction

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that footpath reconstruction will commence in Graham Street, Ayr at the Ayr State Primary School commencing Monday 4th July 2016 to Friday 8th July 2016, weather permitting.

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that footpath reconstruction works will commence in Graham Street, Ayr at the Ayr State Primary School commencing Monday 4th July 2016 to Friday 8th July 2016, weather permitting.

On street parking facilities will be affected in the immediate vicinity of the work area.

These works will be constructed under traffic with speed restrictions and traffic control in place throughout the work area.

Motorists are asked to obey all directional signs and any instructions from traffic controllers or on site personnel for their own safety and the safety of Council’s workforce.

Burdekin Shire Council thanks residents and road users in anticipation of their patience during the construction period.

For further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800

2016 Burdekin Show

Burdekin Show – Temporary Road Closure and Changed Traffic Conditions

The following temporary road closures and changes to traffic conditions will be in place on Thursday 30th June 2016 from 8.30am to 10.30pm and on Friday 1st July 2016 from 8.30am to 1.30pm for the hosting of the Burdekin Show.

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES

BURDEKIN SHOW

THURSDAY 30TH JUNE TO FRIDAY 1ST JULY 2016

The following temporary road closures and changes to traffic conditions will be in place on Thursday 30th June 2016 from 8.30am to 10.30pm and on Friday 1st July 2016 from 8.30am to 1.30pm for the hosting of the Burdekin Show.

Road Closures and Changed Traffic Conditions

  • Craig Street will be closed at its intersection with Bruce Highway
  • Bruce Highway traffic will be reduced to 40km/hr
  • MacKenzie Street will be reduced to 40km/hr

Parking

Parking for the Burdekin Show will be available at the following locations

  • Taxis and Disabled parking only in Craig Street with access via Mackenzie Street
  • General parking on both sides of Mackenzie Street from Lynch Street to Jones Street
  • General parking on Showgrounds side only of the Bruce Highway from Lynch Street to Ayr Cemetery

For further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

Proposed Darveniza and Woods Rd Intersection

New staggered T intersection at Darveniza and Woods Road proposed

Council is proposing to construct a staggered T intersection at Darveniza and Woods Road and invite your comments about this proposal by Friday 8 July 2016.

Council is proposing to construct a staggered T intersection at Darveniza and Woods Road.

A preliminary concept plan of the proposed works is shown below and may also be viewed at Council Chambers.

Council would be pleased to accept your comments on this proposal by:

  • email to
    burdekinsc@burdekin.qld .gov.au or
  • post to
    Burdekin Shire Council
    PO Box 974
    Ayr Qld 4807

Closing date for comments is Friday 8 July 2016.

Road

Bruce Highway – Yellow Gin Creek, Wunjunga

Bruce Highway Upgrade (Yellow Gin Creek) project will soon reach a key milestone on 21st June 2016, with traffic being diverted onto the permanent alignment and newly constructed bridge.

Changed Traffic Conditions

Move to permanent alignment – 21st June 2016

The Bruce Highway Upgrade (Yellow Gin Creek) project will soon reach a key milestone on 21 June 2016,

with traffic being diverted onto the permanent alignment and newly constructed bridge.

 

However, construction activities will continue with the removal of the temporary sidetrack and culvert

works following the opening of this section of the Bruce Highway. This means that at various times during

the works, some intermittent stoppages may be required to allow construction vehicles to move from

one side of the Bruce Highway to the other.

 

Traffic and speed restrictions will remain for the duration of the project. Advance warning signs have been

erected to notify road users of these changes and motorists are urged to observe and obey all

signage when travelling through this site.

 

Your patience and cooperation is appreciated while these works are underway.

 

Road closed

Fourteenth A Street – Road Reconstruction and Kerb and Channel

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that road reconstruction and kerb and channel works will commence in Fourteenth A Street between Seventh Avenue and Ninth Avenue on Wednesday 15th June, 2016 continuing until approximately Friday 26th August, 2016, weather permitting.

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that road reconstruction and kerb and channel works will commence in Fourteenth A Street between Seventh Avenue and Ninth Avenue on Wednesday 15th June, 2016 continuing until approximately Friday 26th August, 2016, weather permitting.

These works will be constructed under a full road closure with access to local traffic only.

Motorists are asked to obey all directional signs and any instructions from traffic controllers or on site personnel for their own safety and the safety of Council’s workforce.

Burdekin Shire Council thanks residents and road users in anticipation of their patience during the construction period.

For further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

Water Information

To report a water incident you can call the Council and speak to a customer services officer.

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Planned scouring of 300mm trunk water main servicing Brandon and northern sections of Ayr – Tuesday 5th July, 2016

Council will be undertaking planned scouring work on the 300mm trunk water main servicing Brandon and northern sections of Ayr on Tuesday 5th July, 2016 from 9.00 a.m.

Council will be undertaking planned scouring work on the 300mm trunk water main servicing Brandon and northern sections of Ayr on Tuesday 5th July, 2016 from 9.00 a.m.

 These works will result in a loss of normal water pressure for up to four hours to residents in Brandon and areas of Ayr, north of Wilmington Street and west of the Bruce Highway including the Ayr Industrial Estate.

Residents in the affected areas are advised to store their day’s supply of drinking water before 9:00am on that day, and are advised they may experience water discolouration for a period following the planned works. It is advisable to delay washing of clothes etc., for up to two days after work is completed.

Council regrets any inconvenience that may be caused to residents as a result of these necessary maintenance works.

For further information or queries, please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Animals in the Council Pound

Council publishes details of all animals that have been surrendered, impounded, or left at the pound.

Due to the number of animals that we see each week, we are only able to hold animals for 3 working days.

If you have lost an animal, or if you would like to adopt an animal from our pound, please contact our Animal Control Officers via the Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

Release Fees

View the Release Fees for Animals in the Pound.

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Cat – Left at Pound – 30/06/2016

Black in colour, Desexed Cat. Left at Pound 30/06/2016 at . Date of exit - 06/07/2016. Suitable for rehoming.
Date of Entry
30/06/2016
 
Breed and Colour
Cat – Black in colour, Desexed
 
Impounded / Surrendered
Left at Pound
 
Location Found
 
Sex
 
Date of Exit
06/07/2016
 
Suitable for Rehoming
Suitable for rehoming
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Bull Mastiff – Left at Pound – 29/06/2016

Brindle Male/Entire Bull Mastiff . Left at Pound 29/06/2016 at . Date of exit - 05/07/2016. Refer to Animal Control Officer about suitability for rehoming.
Date of Entry
29/06/2016
 
Breed and Colour
Bull Mastiff – Brindle
 
Impounded / Surrendered
Left at Pound
 
Location Found
 
Sex
Male/Entire
 
Date of Exit
05/07/2016
 
Suitable for Rehoming
Refer to Animal Control Officer about suitability for rehoming
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Blue Heeler – Left at Pound – 28/06/2016

Blue Male/Entire Blue Heeler. Left at Pound 28/06/2016 at . Date of exit - 01/07/2016. Suitable for rehoming.
Date of Entry
28/06/2016
 
Breed and Colour
Blue Heeler – Blue
 
Impounded / Surrendered
Left at Pound
 
Location Found
 
Sex
Male/Entire
 
Date of Exit
01/07/2016
 
Suitable for Rehoming
Suitable for rehoming
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Mixed Breed – Left at Pound – 28/06/2016

Red Male/Entire Mixed Breed. Left at Pound 28/06/2016 at . Date of exit - 01/07/2016. Suitable for rehoming.
Date of Entry
28/06/2016
 
Breed and Colour
Mixed Breed – Red
 
Impounded / Surrendered
Left at Pound
 
Location Found
 
Sex
Male/Entire
 
Date of Exit
01/07/2016
 
Suitable for Rehoming
Suitable for rehoming
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