Due to the extensive damage experienced as a result of the North and Far North Queensland Monsoon Trough (25 Jan to 14 Feb 2019), the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) has been working to access emergency funds under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) to assist in the repair/restoration of fencing directly adjoining state-controlled roads.
Quotes are invited from suitably qualified suppliers to supply 2 x wet hire Graders for works being conducted in the Winton Shire for a period of work for approx. 2 months.
Do you have any questions or concerns about your livestock, pastures or business after the flooding? Contact 13 25 23 to be put in touch with someone to help you.
Can we help you with disaster recovery assistance? Our Regional Area Manager, Bradley Whittington will be available in Winton next week to help primary producers and small businesses with disaster recovery assistance applications.
Winton Shire Council invites suitably skilled, qualified, and experienced businesses or individuals to submit Expressions of Interest to manage and operate the Tuckerbox Café. Tuckerbox Café is located within the redeveloped ($23m), architecturally designed Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton.
Our carcass information plan complete with helpful links and information on how to gain assistance in the cleanup effort.
This is a notice that all Stock routes and reserves are currently still closed for maintenance and repairs. They are currently unfit to have cattle put on them. Notice will be placed on social media and our website when they are able to be used.
Support & Recovery guide This guide has been compiled from across agencies and organisations to assist rural businesses affected by natural disasters.
The Mayors of Cloncurry, Flinders, McKinlay, Richmond and Winton today welcomed the direct financial assistance made available to the region’s primary producers through the Carcass Disposal Strategic Master Plan.
The flood response teams operating hours will be the same as the Neighbourhood Centre 8.30am - 5.00pm Mon-Thu, 8.30am - 4.30pm Fri.
In accordance with the provisions of Section 277 (4) of the Local Government Regulation 2012, notice is hereby given of a change to the scheduled Ordinary Meeting of Council in February 2019. The...
Blazeaid helps people to move on and look forward to the future. They will be visiting Winton on the 26th of March 2019.
We've been receiving a lot of questions on what the advice is regarding the use of lime and certain chemicals when disposing of carcasses. The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries has updated its carcass disposal information page to answer these questions.
This Appendix contains further information in relation to disposal of carcasses in specific areas of Queensland
This information sheet provides details on correct ways to dispose of animal carcasses following the 2019 Flood event of Northern Queensland
Melioidosis is a disease which can occur in Queensland. This information sheet is provided to help with preventative measures against this disease.
This information sheet is to help with the disposal of large numbers of animal carcasses following a natural disaster and what to wear to correctly protect yourself.
Please be advised of the following updated road condition notice for the Landsborough Highway issued by the Department of Transport and Main Roads
Please be advised of the following road closure notice for the Landsborough Highway issued by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
The Winton Shire Council has recently prepared a Draft Grids Policy and it currently in Public Consultation phase.
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