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Circular Head Council

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Far North West Tasmania

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Central Outdoor Area Management Committee - Annual General Meeting

18 November 2019

Interested community members are welcome to attend the meeting and are encouraged to seek nomination to the committee

2020 Australia Day Awards

18 November 2019

Council is seeking nominations for the 2020 Australia Day Awards.

Mayor's Education Fund - Applications Now Open

13 November 2019

Montagu Park Camping Ground – Delayed Start

11 November 2019

Circular Head Council is planning to open the Montagu Park Recreation Reserve later this month following a delayed start to the season.

2019 Smithton Christmas Lights Competition

28 October 2019

The 2019 Smithton Christmas Lights Competition will be held between Friday 6 December and Christmas Day, with judging held between 7 and 9 December 2019.

Montagu Park – Delayed Start

28 October 2019

As part of Councils planned maintenance for the continued operations of Montagu Park Recreation Reserve a number of large trees within the camping area were removed in October.

2019 Smithton Christmas Parade

28 October 2019

The 2019 Smithton Christmas Parade will be held on Friday 13 December 2019.

Council Workshop Road Show

13 September 2019

Come and have a conversation with Councillors and staff about what's happening in the community, or any issues you would like to discuss.

Crystal Theatre Film Society film program 2019

29 January 2019

Crystal Theatre Film Society film program and membership application forms for 2019.

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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