|Wind (Kph) : 17|
|Humidity (%) : 61|
|Wind Directions : NE|
|Wind Direction (Degrees) : 50|
|Visibility (Km) : 10|
|Pressure (In) : 1015|
|Cloud Cover (%) : 0|
COMMUNITY DROUGHT SUPPORT PACKAGE COMMUNITY EVENTS
For Amounts $1,000.00 to $5,000.00
Closes 5.00pm Friday 27 April 2018
|NEXT ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL|
|Date: Tuesday, 17 April 2018|
|Time: Staring at 10.00am|
|Location: McNamara Boardroom , Council Chambers - 34 Gray Street, Hughenden|
|Correspondence Submission Date: Monday, 09 April 2018|
|Click Here for Council Meeting Minutes|
Disaster Information for Flinders Shire Residents
Go to our disaster information page for information on preparing your home and emergency kit.
New Animal Management Laws will affect you
As of 26 May 2017, new laws regarding the breeding of dogs come into effect. How will this affect you?
Beef Processing Opportunity in Hughenden
Flinders Shire Council has taken the first steps to secure the region’s place as a reliable, innovative supplier of quality Australian beef to growing markets in Asia, Middle East and other parts of the world.
To read more on Future Beef Processing Opportunity in Hughenden CLICK HERE.
Your Lake Eyre Basin, Your Say
Australia is home to one of the largest unaltered water systems in the world, the Lake Eyre Basin. This basin provides water resources to the communities in a large portion of Queensland who now have an opportunity to help determine its future.
Individuals or organisations with an interest in the basin are encouraged to have their say on issues affecting this important resource through a consultation on a review of the Lake Eyre Basin Intergovernmental Agreement.
This will help assist federal and state governments to identify on-ground issues affecting the basin across topics such as water quality, research and monitoring, river flows and natural resources.
The Intergovernmental Agreement provides for the adoption of policies and strategies to avoid, where possible, cross border impacts and currently applies to the Georgina, Cooper, Thomson, Barcoo and Diamantina River systems within Queensland and South Australia, ending at Lake Eyre.
How to get involved
The consultation process is now open until 2 May 2018. To find out more, including how to participate, visit lakeeyrebasin.gov.au/IGA or contact the Lake Eyre Basin Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org.