Council is also seeking to assign a name to Bore No. 4 which is located adjacent to the Geothermal Plant. To assist Council in this very difficult selection process, we invite suggestions from community members on who you feel the bore should be named after.
Find out about the available assistance and programs that can grow your business to its full potential. An opportunity to make a contact from a number of agencies.
The “Buy Local” Gift Cards will be available Monday 21 October – Friday 25 October 2019 between the hours of 9am – 6pm from the Winton Shire Council Foyer (the first door from Werna Street).
The Winton ‘Way Out West Fest’ was established in conjunction with the re-opening of the Waltzing Matilda Centre in April 2018 and attracted many thousands of visitors over four days of great entertainment.
Winton Shire Council (WSC) is now calling for expressions of interest from rural Landholders willing to participate in the Weed Management Program.
Located in Central Western Queensland, covering 53,935 square kilometres and with a population of 1150, Winton has an iconic and unique heritage while also undergoing several key development initiatives that will help ensure a long-term sustainable and bright future for the region, its communities and residents.
The Winton Police office hours are 8.30am to 3.30pm Monday to Thursday. The Winton Police Station's new phone number is 07 4652 5130.
Small businesses and primary producers impacted by the North and Far North Queensland floods earlier this year have until the end of November to apply for recovery grants.
The Non Potable Standpipe located at the Winton Showgrounds is currently CLOSED for maintenance.
The deadline is approaching to claim assistance payments for the North Queensland floods. Department of Human Services General Manager Hank Jongen said eligible people in North Queensland have until 30 August 2019 to make a claim.
Tenders are invited for the management of Winton Memorial Pool complex in the Winton QLD.
A Wild Dog Management Plan has been drafted for the purpose of implementing an effective, efficient and coordinated approach to controlling wild dogs that aims to reduce impacts on livestock production and to increase Landholder participation within the Winton Shire area.
Winton Shire Council is introducing a new online procurement process using ‘VendorPanel’. VendorPanel seamlessly integrates access to a wide range of suppliers where quotes will be made available in one place using simple consistent tools.
In accordance with the provisions of Section 258 (2b)(3) of the Local Government Regulation 2012, notice is hereby given of a Special Council Meeting to be held in the Board Room, Winton Shire Council, 75 Vindex Street, Winton on Wednesday the 31st of July 2019 at 8.30am to consider the Decisional Report – Exclusion Fence Funding.
Members of the public are advised that the Winton Wild Dog Committee is holding its annual public meeting.
Producers across north-west Queensland are being asked to provide estimates of their monsoonal flood impacts and the recovery support they accessed to help the Queensland Government shape future recovery services.
In accordance with the provisions of Section 258 (3) of the Local Government Regulation 2012, notice is hereby given of a Special Council Meeting to be held in the Board Room, Winton Shire Council, 75 Vindex Street, Winton on Friday the 12th of July 2019 at 8am to consider the Decisional Report – Budget 2019/2020.
Special guest Dr Derek Chong (Indigenous Medical Professional) will deliver a presentation on this year’s theme Voice, Treaty Truth – Let’s Work Together for a Shared Future.
Working with the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) and local Councils in North West Queensland, you will be part of a team who delivers industry development and extension activities to help accelerate the primary production sector’s recovery from the recent monsoon floods, and promote the region’s long-term profitability and productivity.
You are invited to participate in a full-day workshop dedicated to building a ‘whole of landscape’ understanding of the function of the Diamantina and Georgina Catchments (within the Queensland portion of the Lake Eyre Basin). The collaborative discussion will include hydrology, soils and geology, vegetation, community and infrastructure resilience.
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