Goondiwindi Regional Council


    Barambah Organics finalist for champion milk

    Goondiwindi Regional Council Mayor Graeme Scheu today took the opportunity to congratulate the success of one of our region’s producers named as a finalist for the 2019 Champion Milk of Australia.

    Town Christmas tree lights up Goondiwindi

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Goondiwindi with the town Christmas tree to light up from this evening.

    It’s time to talk about rural struggles

    Council had the opportunity to hear from a representative from Rural Aid Australia about the amazing work that the organisation does in the Goondiwindi Region and across Australia.

    First time fees waived for impounded animals

    Goondiwindi Regional Council today approved a proposal to waive the release fee for dogs and cats that are impounded for the first time.

    November 30 Final Day of Free Camping

    The Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (DNRME), have recommended that the 30th November 2018 be the last day for free camping at Redmond Park. Yesterday Goondiwindi Regional Council resolved to accept this date.

    More Funding for Cluster Fencing

    A third round of funding has been announced for exclusion fencing clusters across the Goondiwindi region.

    Saddle up! Safer bike riding in Goondiwindi

    Bike riding in Goondiwindi is now safer and more connected thanks to the completion of a new link in the Principal Cycle Network Plan. The new 576m section of shared footpath runs along McLean Street from Winton Street to Callandoon Lane.

    Waterpark Closed Due to Low Water Levels

    In conjunction with Maritime Safety Queensland, Goondiwindi Regional Council has today temporarily closed the waterway of the Goondiwindi Natural Heritage & Water Park to all motorised vessels due to low water levels.

    Council Upgrades Free Reserves But Town Trial Ends

    Goondiwindi Regional Council resolved at its meeting yesterday not to continue the trial of the free camping site in town.

    Works for Queensland Works for Texas

    Local Government Minister Stirling Hinchliffe today inspected the Texas State School carpark safety improvements as part of a regional tour of Works for Queensland infrastructure.