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Residents and visitors to Burdekin Shire can stay up to date with the latest public notices, media releases, road closures, offers, and job vacancies which are shown below.

Council Chambers - Open from 8.00am to 5.00pm

Free rates information session

An initiative by Burdekin Seniors Advisory Group will see Burdekin residents gain the opportunity to attend a free public information session on rates. It will be held at Council's John Drysdale Chamber at 10.30am on Wednesday 10 May.

An initiative by Burdekin Seniors Advisory Group will see Burdekin residents gain the opportunity to attend a free public information session on rates.

Burdekin Shire Councillor and Advisory Group chairman Cr Ted Bawden said the meeting would be held at Council’s John Drysdale Chamber at 10.30am on Wednesday 10 May.

“The seniors group asked to hold this presentation to help our seniors to understand the rating system and to answer questions they might have,” Cr Bawden said.

“As a Councillor I receive enquiries about rates from the wider community so we decided to open the session up to the general public as well. It gives people the ability to ask questions they might have and to learn more about any rebates that are available.”

Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said Council staff would make a presentation to the meeting and information packs would be available to take away on the day.

“There will be practical advice on the different payment methods available to people and on how to find out if you’re eligible for a pensioner rebate,” Cr McLaughlin said.

“The session will also look at what happens if you’re experiencing difficulties paying your rates. “It’s a great opportunity to get your questions answered. “I’d like to thank the Burdekin Seniors Advisory Group for taking the initiative to host this information session.

“The group put on a similar information session last year on the NBN and it was a very well-attended and informative event.”

Council usually adopts its rates and charges by 30 June at the Annual Budget Meeting. Once adopted, rate notices will follow soon afterwards with the due date for payment being 30 days after issue.

For further information or to confirm your attendance at this session, please contact Melissah on (07) 4783 9800 or visit Council’s website www.burdekin.qld.gov.au

Caro and Kingi from The Block

Burdekin Fun, Fitness and Lifestyle Expo

Stallholders have just a few days left to register for this year’s Queensland Day Burdekin Fun, Fitness and Lifestyle Expo on Sunday 5 June. With a new location at Alva Beach Park and two new activities added to the program, the expo has undergone an exciting transformation in 2017.

Stallholders have just a few days left to register for this year’s Queensland Day Burdekin Fun, Fitness and Lifestyle Expo on Sunday 4 June.

With a new location at Alva Beach Park and two new activities added to the program, the expo has undergone an exciting transformation in 2017.

Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said Queensland Day was an opportunity to celebrate all that was wonderful about our state.

“It’s the Burdekin’s way of celebrating the state we live in and the great lifestyle that comes with that,” Cr McLaughlin said.

For the first time, the expo will feature an Ayr Surf Lifesavers Fun Run and a 100m Dash for Cash.

There will also be food and drinks for sale, prizes and giveaways, free come and try activities and children’s rides.

Free health, fitness and wellbeing information will be available with special guests Caro and Kingi from ‘The Block’ set to emcee the event.

Cr McLaughlin said the Expo was expected to attract a wide array of stallholders, from fitness and sporting clubs to community groups and health organisations.

“Council extends its thanks to the Queensland Government for helping to make the day possible,” Cr McLaughlin said.

Stallholders can host a stall that is informational/promotional, they can sell memberships or  fundraise for their club and are welcome to run competitions.

Anyone wanting to host a stall must return their expression of interest form by Friday 28 April. For more information or to obtain an expression of interest form please contact Melissah Lammon on (07) 4783 9800.

To register for the Ayr Surf Lifesavers Fun Run, which will start at 8.30am on Expo day, contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

ANZAC centenary Qld

Booklet launch to commemorate Burdekin soldiers

A memorial booklet commemorating the service and sacrifice of Burdekin soldiers who enlisted in World War 1 will be launched at Burdekin Library Ayr in time for Anzac Day.

A memorial booklet commemorating the service and sacrifice of Burdekin soldiers who enlisted in World War 1 will be launched at Burdekin Library Ayr in time for Anzac Day.

The booklet was created as a collaborative effort between Burdekin Shire Council, local historian Glenis Cislowski and members of the Home Hill RSL Sub-Branch and lists the names and details of the more than 400 Burdekin soldiers who enlisted for service in World War I, as well as photos.

Descendants of the soldiers will be presented with the books at a public launch event at the library on Monday, April 24 at 11.30am.

Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said Council received a $4717 Queensland ANZAC Centenary Spirit of Service grant to fund the project along with a historical display of World War I memorabilia.

“Coinciding with the Anzac Centenary, this booklet has been created as lasting tribute to the many Burdekin solders who enlisted and fought for their country in World War 1,” Cr McLaughlin said.

“Fifty copies have been created and are being offered to descendants of the soldiers for free.

“Any descendants interested in receiving a copy of the book are asked to come forward. At this stage there are still a limited number of copies available.

“We will be presenting them at the official launch event on the eve of Anzac Day.”

Residents can also now visit the display of World War 1 memorabilia at Burdekin Library Ayr, which was put together as part of the project.

“The display of photographs, medals and other memorabilia offers even more insight into the experience of Burdekin soldiers who served and fought in World War 1,” Cr McLaughlin said.

“I thank the Queensland Government for its support in helping to get this important project off the ground.”

For more information contact Robyn Elphinstone at Burdekin Library Ayr on or (07) 4783 9977, visit Council’s website www.burdekin.qld.gov.au or contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

Tennis

Home Hill Tennis Association upgrade

Home Hill Tennis Association will be able to undertake a major upgrade of its facilities after Burdekin Shire Council approved its request for an interest free loan of $60,000. Stage one involves upgrades to six courts including court surfaces, fencing and lighting, along with the installation of a digital court booking system.

Home Hill Tennis Association will be able to undertake a major upgrade of its facilities after Burdekin Shire Council approved its request for an interest free loan of $60,000.

The association plans to undertake the works in two stages and was recently successful in gaining funding of $100,000 from Sport and Recreation Queensland’s Get Playing Places and Spaces Program. The $60,000 interest free loan will allow the club to fund its own share of the project.

Stage one involves upgrades to six courts including court surfaces, fencing and lighting, along with the installation of a digital court booking system. Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said Council’s interest free loan scheme had assisted many groups in the community to successfully upgrade and grow their facilities.

“It’s a scheme put in place many years ago which supports sporting bodies and community organisations to improve and grow their facilities,” Cr McLaughlin said.

“A lot of groups make use of it and it’s a fantastic opportunity for them.

“Council supports sporting organisations in providing opportunities for healthy lifestyles and the approval of this interest free loan for Home Hill Tennis Association is a great example of this.”

The Home Hill Tennis Association plans to repay the loan over a 10 year period. For further information please visit Council’s website http://www.burdekin.qld.gov.au or contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

Burdekin Theatre Forecourt

Green light for new artwork in theatre and library precinct

A statement artwork made from recycled materials is to be installed as a new attraction in the heart of Ayr’s theatre and library precinct. The artwork, by Ayr artist Michael Dudley, is the result of a community think tank staged in the Burdekin in February, 2017.

A statement artwork made from recycled materials is to be installed as a new attraction in the heart of Ayr’s theatre and library precinct.

The artwork, by Ayr artist Michael Dudley, is the result of a community think tank staged in the Burdekin in February, 2017 and will be built mainly from recycled metal and engine parts.

The think tank arose from the Burdekin Shire Council’s Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Advisory Group and from a desire to create future art, cultural and community development projects in the Burdekin.

Burdekin Shire Mayor Lyn McLaughlin said the sculptural artwork would depict the figures of a man, a woman and a child holding a library book, but she didn’t want to reveal too much about the piece before its unveiling later this year.

“It will be a wonderful addition to the Burdekin’s public art landscape,” she said.

“The location of the artwork, within the popular Burdekin Theatre and Ayr Library precinct, will give it maximum exposure to the many residents and visitors who walk through that area every day.”

Cr McLaughlin thanked the RADF Advisory Group for its work in getting the project off the ground and said she would like to see similar artworks delivered across the Shire.

“I think the next challenge is to devise something suitable for Brandon, Home Hill and Giru, so that all communities are a part of the proposed art developments for the Shire,” Cr McLaughlin said.

For further information please visit Council’s website www.burdekin.qld.gov.au or contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

Tree blown over

Aurizon offers Cyclone Debbie grants

Burdekin community groups can apply for Aurizon Community Giving Fund grants of up to $20,000 to assist with the recovery and rebuilding process following Cyclone Debbie. Applications for the round close Friday 2 June 2017.

Burdekin community groups can apply for Aurizon Community Giving Fund grants of up to $20,000 to assist with the recovery and rebuilding process following Cyclone Debbie.

Aurizon Managing Director and CEO Andrew Harding announced a special round of the Fund had opened this week to help Queensland communities impacted by the cyclone.

“We are announcing a one-off special round of the Fund targeted exclusively for communities in North, Central and South East Queensland affected by the weather impacts of Cyclone Debbie,” Mr Harding said.

“This special round of the Giving Fund will pump money straight into those towns and regions that have been hardest hit and help fund grassroots projects and initiatives to help the community rebuild.

“After the waters recede and communities start the rebuilding process we would encourage them to consider our Giving Fund and the financial assistance we may be able to provide.”

Burdekin Shire Mayor Lyn McLaughlin encouraged eligible community groups to consider the opportunity.

“I’d like to thank Aurizon for opening this special round of grants through its Community Giving Fund,” she said.

“We know our community groups have important roles to play in building community spirit and providing opportunities for residents to access facilities and services.”

“This funding should go a long way towards assisting any groups in their efforts.”

Applications for the round close Friday 2 June 2017. Eligible community groups, charities and not-for profits will be able to apply for assistance online at aurizon.com.au/communityappeal.

For further information please visit Council’s website www.burdekin.qld.gov.au or contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800.

ChemClear

ChemClear registrations closing soon for 2017 collections

Last days for Queenslanders to book waste chemicals with ChemClear. Farmers and landowners can register their old chemicals online (www.chemclear.org.au) or by phoning the hotline on 1800 008 182 before Friday 28 April 2017

Last days for Queenslanders to book waste chemicals with ChemClear

Queenslanders have only a few days left to book their obsolete farm chemicals for collection with Agsafe’s ChemClear scheme.

The environmentally-friendly program, which supports the safe disposal of agricultural and veterinary chemicals, will travel throughout the state in June collecting unwanted products from farmers who no longer need them.

Farmers end up with leftover product they cannot reuse and ChemClear works with the State Government to help farmers fund collections of unlabelled, unregistered or unknown chemicals.

Chemicals become unwanted in a number of ways. Property owners may inherit chemicals when they buy land, others switch crops, while some buy specific-use chemicals to manage one-off pest events.

Agvet chemical users in Queensland have until April 28 to take an inventory of their chemical sheds and register any obsolete chemicals for the statewide collection.

In May, registered users will be contacted with dates and locations for local collections in shire council jurisdictions.

Program manager, Lisa Nixon, said Queenslanders were great supporters of ChemClear.

“Every two years we run a state wide collection across Queensland and the volume of products registered still amazes us,” she said.

“It’s a great testament to farmers who are leading the way in their use of environmental disposal under available life cycle stewardship programs.”

ChemClear is an end-of-life product stewardship program fostered by Agsafe for the safe disposal of agvet chemicals.

Register unwanted agvet chemicals online at www.chemclear.org.au or phone 1800 008 182.

Ayr Pool

Clare Pool has reopened in time for school holidays

Clare pool repairs are complete. All Council pools are open for the school holidays.

Repairs have been completed to the Clare Pool and it has reopened in time for the school holidays.

All Council pools – Ayr, Home Hill, Millaroo and Clare are now open.

We appreciate your patience while the repairs were undertaken.

Burdekin Shire Council Coat of Arms

Burdekin Shire Council (Making of Subordinate Local Law) Website Notice (No. 1) 2017

Burdekin Shire Council (the “Council”) has, by resolution dated the 28th day of February 2017, made Community and Environmental Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2017 for the purpose of declaring Neem tree as a local pest.

Local Government Act 2009

Burdekin Shire Council (Making of Subordinate Local Law) Website Notice (No. 1) 2017

Making of subordinate local law

  • Burdekin Shire Council (the “Council”) has, by resolution dated the 28th day of February 2017, made Community and Environmental Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2017.

Subordinate local law amended

  • Community and Environmental Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No 1) 2017 amends Subordinate Local Law No. 3 (Community and Environmental Management) 2012.

Authorising local law

  • The authorising local law for Community and Environmental Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No 1) 2017 is Local Law No. 3 (Community and Environmental Management) 2012.

Purpose and general effect

  • The purpose and general effect of Community and Environmental Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No 1) 2017 is to declare an additional plant, being Neem tree (Azadirachta indica) as a local pest in Council’s entire local government area.

Consolidated version of subordinate local law

  • Council has, by resolution dated the 28th day of February 2017, adopted a consolidated version of Subordinate Local Law No. 3 (Community and Environmental Management) 2012.

Inspection

  • Copies of Community and Environmental Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No 1) 2017 and the consolidated version of Subordinate Local Law No. 3 (Community and Environmental Management) 2012 may be—

(a)   inspected and purchased at the Council Chambers, 145 Young Street, Ayr; and

(b)   viewed by the public on the website of the Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning.

Messy Play

Messy Play – last Thursday of every Month

Come along for some Messy Play Fun with Burdekin Library at the Theatre Forecourt, on the last Thursday of every Month

Come along for some Messy Play Fun with Burdekin Library, on the last Thursday of every Month (not including school holidays).

Dates: 23rd February, 30th March, 27th April, 25th June, 27th July, 31st August, 26th October, 30th November

Time: 10:30am

Where: Theatre Forecourt

Cost: Free

Ages: 0-5 years

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.

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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.
For Sale

QBSC/17/022 – Request for Quotations for the purchase of nine (9) used light vehicles

Quotations are invited for the purchase of used light vehicles (Hyundai i40, Mazda 6, 4WD Toyota Prado GXL, AWD Nissan Murano ti, 2WD Holden Colorado LTZ Dual Cab, 4WD Ford Ranger XLT Dual Cab, 4WD Nissan Navara STX550 Dual Cab). Closing date at 12noon on Tuesday 9 May 2017.

QBSC/17/022 – REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS FOR THE PURCHASE OF NINE (9) USED LIGHT VEHICLES

Quotations are invited for the above quotation closing at 12 noon on Tuesday 9 May 2017.

Council Plant No.               Description
30061                                  Sedan – 2013 Hyundai i40 elite – auto, petrol
30063                                  Sedan – 2013 Hyundai i40 premium – auto, petrol
30065                                  Sedan – 2013 Mazda 6 Touring – auto, petrol
30303                                  4WD Wagon – 2013 Toyota Landcruiser Prado GXL – auto, diesel
30305                                  AWD Wagon – 2014 Nissan Murano ti – auto, petrol
40317                                  2WD Ute – 2013 Holden Colorado LTZ Dual Cab – auto, diesel, style side
40318                                  2WD Ute – 2014 Holden Colorado LTZ Dual Cab – auto, diesel, style side
40376                                  4WD Ute – 2013 Ford Ranger XLT Dual Cab – auto, diesel, drop side
40377                                  4WD Ute – 2013 Nissan Navara STX 550 Dual Cab – auto, diesel, style side

Quotation documents are available from the Council’s Customer Service Centre at any time during normal office hours or download the Quotation package on Council’s website www.burdekin.qld.gov.au and complete the Form of Quotation.

Quotations shall be sealed in an envelope and endorsed as “QBSC/17/022 – Request for Quotations for the purchase of nine (9) used light vehicles” and lodged in the tender box located at the Burdekin Shire Council, 145 Young Street, Ayr.

The plant will be available for inspection on Friday 28 April, 2017 between the hours of 10.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m. at the Council’s Jones Street Depot. Enquiries should be made to the Manager – Technical Services, or the Workshop Superintendent.

All plant will be sold unregistered, however a safety certificate will only be provided at the discretion of the Workshop Supervisor. The plant will not be released until the replacement plants are fully in service. Some ancillary equipment will not be sold with the plant and will be removed by Council. The plant may be offered as trade against the new replacement plant and Council reserves the right to sell these plants privately or otherwise.

Any persons making inspections of the plant must report to the Workshop Superintendent or his representative and comply with Council’s Workplace Health and Safety Standards, and in particular wearing of closed in footwear.

Quotations shall be deemed to be inclusive of GST. Quotations received by telephonic advice will not be considered. Late quotations will not be considered.  The highest or any quotations will not necessarily be accepted. Council reserves the right to sell these plants privately or otherwise.

Please note photos of plant are available in quotation document.

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Tender TSBC/17/003 – Removal of CO2 at the Home Hill Water Tower – Supply and Installation

Tenders closing 3.00pm Wednesday 10 May 2017 are invited for the design, construction, supply, installation, and commissioning of upgrades to the Home Hill Water Treatment Plant for the removal of CO2.

Tenders are invited for the Design, Construction, Supply, Installation, Commissioning and 12 months Defects Liability of upgrades to Home Hill Water Treatment Plant for the purpose of reducing the concentration of free CO2 in the raw water. This can be undertaken by replacement with new Aerators or suitable alternate technologies.

A compulsory site inspection is to be undertaken on the 26 April 2017.

Tender documents can be obtained from Mr. Gary Keane on (07) 4783 9924 or emailing  .

Any enquiries in relation to this Contract should be referred to Pedro Mendiolea (AECOM Australia Pty Ltd) on (07) 4729 5500 or  .

Sealed Tenders, suitably endorsed and addressed to the Chief Executive Officer shall be lodged at the Burdekin Shire Council, before 3.00pm Wednesday 10 May 2017.

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.

Dual Path/Cycleway through Plantation Park, Ayr

Fourteenth Avenue and Fourteenth Street – Footpath and Bike Lane Reconstruction

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise footpath and bike lane reconstruction works will be undertaken in Fourteenth Avenue and Fourteenth Street, Home Hill. Works are scheduled to commence on Wednesday 26th April, 2017 to Friday 26th May, 2017, weather permitting.

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise footpath and bike lane reconstruction works will be undertaken in Fourteenth Avenue and Fourteenth Street, Home Hill. Works are scheduled to commence on Wednesday 26th April, 2017 to Friday 26th May, 2017, weather permitting.

These works will be constructed under traffic with speed restrictions and reduced trafficable widths 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.

 

Hell Hole boat ramp inspection with TMR 13-10-161

Hell Hole Landing Boat Ramp – Temporary Closure

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) advises that the Hell Hole Landing boat ramp at Rita Island will be temporarily closed while reconstruction works are carried out. The boat ramp construction project is scheduled to commence on Tuesday 2 May 2017 and will take approximately nine weeks to complete, weather permitting.

The Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) advises that the Hell Hole Landing boat ramp at Rita Island will be temporarily closed while reconstruction works are carried out.

The boat ramp construction project is scheduled to commence on Tuesday 2 May 2017 and will take approximately nine weeks to complete, weather permitting.

Further information about the temporary closure can be found in the attached flyer.

For more information about the Hell Hole Landing boat ramp project can be obtained by contacting Department of Transport and Main Roads Customer and Stakeholder Management team on 1800 625 648 or via email at

Dual Path/Cycleway through Plantation Park, Ayr

Beach Road – Footpath Construction

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise footpath works will commence on Beach Road between Brice Dental Surgery and Basilio Court, Ayr on Monday 27th February 2017 to Friday 26th May, 2017, weather permitting.

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise footpath works will commence on Beach Road between Brice Dental Surgery and Basilio Court, Ayr on Monday 27th February 2017 to Friday 26th May, 2017, weather permitting.

These works will be constructed under traffic with speed restrictions and reduced trafficable widths 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.

Road closed

Brown Road – Road Reconstruction and Drainage Works

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that road reconstruction and drainage works will commence on Brown Road approx. 1.6km from the Ayr Dalbeg Road intersection for the extent of 1km towards Pelican Road on Wednesday 1st February, 2017 continuing until approximately Friday 28th April, 2017, weather permitting.

Burdekin Shire Council wishes to advise that road reconstruction and drainage works will commence on Brown Road approx. 1.6km from the Ayr Dalbeg Road intersection for the extent of 1km towards Pelican Road on Wednesday 1st February, 2017 continuing until approximately Friday 28th April, 2017, weather permitting.

These works will be constructed under a full road closure with a temporary detour installed via Shepherd Road and Pelican Road.

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.

Bi-Annual Water Meter Reading

Bi-Annual Water Supply Meter Reading

Bi-annual water supply meter reading is scheduled to commence Tuesday 2nd May 2017 and is expected to take approximately 6 weeks.

Bi-annual water supply meter reading is scheduled to commence on Tuesday 2nd May, 2017.  Approximate times and areas for the commencement of meter readings are:

  • Early May – Home Hill, Rossiters Hill, Brandon and Parkside
  • Mid to Late May – East Ayr, Drysdale Estate, South Ayr
  • Late May to Early June – Ayr CBD, Little Drysdale & Kennedy Street areas, Sutcliffe Estate area, Alva Beach, Mt. Kelly and Giru

To assist Councils meter readers, residents are requested to please clear meters of all obstructions, isolate and/or restrain dogs and unlock gates.

For further information or if specific arrangements are required regarding access, please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on (07) 4783 9800 between the hours of 8.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday.

Council appreciates your assistance in these matters.

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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Domestic cat and five kittens – Surrendered Airdmillan – 26/04/2017

Tabby Domestic cat and five kittens. Surrendered 26/04/2017 at Airdmillan . Date of exit - 01/05/2017. Suitable for rehoming.
Date of Entry
26/04/2017
 
Breed and Colour
Domestic cat and five kittens – Tabby
 
Impounded / Surrendered
Surrendered
 
Location Found
Airdmillan
 
Sex
 
Date of Exit
01/05/2017
 
Suitable for Rehoming
Suitable for rehoming
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Bull Mastiff cross – Left at Pound – 24/04/2017

Tan Male/Entire Bull Mastiff cross. Left at Pound 24/04/2017 at . Date of exit - 27/04/2017. Suitable for rehoming.
Date of Entry
24/04/2017
 
Breed and Colour
Bull Mastiff cross – Tan
 
Impounded / Surrendered
Left at Pound
 
Location Found
 
Sex
Male/Entire
 
Date of Exit
27/04/2017
 
Suitable for Rehoming
Suitable for rehoming
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