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Far North West Tasmania

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Circular Head Community Wellbeing Centre project update released

29 June 2017

Updated information and concept images for the Circular Head Community Wellbeing Centre are now available.

Council receives grant for Smithton Landscape Development Plan

23 June 2017

Council has received funding through the Community Infrastructure Funding program for the Smithton Landscape Development Plan.

Council adopts Annual Plan and Budget

16 June 2017

Circular Head Council adopted the Annual Plan and Budget Estimates, and Rates Resolution for 2017/18.

Circular Head War Memorial Swimming Pool demolition works continue

13 June 2017

Contractors are due to start work on the removal of the dome of the old Circular Head War Memorial Swimming Pool today.

Funding commitment for new rockwall for Smithton Foreshore

25 May 2017

The Smithton Duck River Eastern Foreshore Rehabilitation program will receive funding support of $250,000 from the Federal Government.

Circular Head Garden Spectacular back in 2017

27 March 2017

The Garden Spectacular will return to the Highfield Historic Site at Stanley, on Saturday 21 October this year.

LGAT launches Better Councils Better Communities Campaign

6 March 2017

The Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT) recently launched its Better Councils Better Communities (BCBC) campaign.

Citizen of the Year honours shared at Circular Head

26 January 2017

The Australia Day selection panel for Circular Head has decided to recognise two worthy recipients for the 2017 Citizen of the Year award.

Circular Head cycling routes map

19 January 2017

Looking to do some cycling in Circular Head? This map gives you a guide to the easy and not so easy routes in the area.

Thanks Is Enough

7 December 2016

Giving us gifts can be a risk to our high standards of ethics and integrity. So that's why we say 'thanks is enough'.

Welcome to Circular Head, one of Tasmania's most beautiful and productive locations. The municipality has:

A diverse range of industries including dairy and prime beef production, commercial fishing and aquaculture, agriculture, forestry and timber production, iron ore pelletising, vegetable processing, manufacturing and tourism.

We invite you to read the Circular Head Profile and watch a short film to discover more about Tasmania's far north-west.

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