CONTACT INFORMATION

   Phone: 07 4761 5300
  Facsimile: 07 4761 5344
  Email: mail@charterstowers.qld.gov.au
  Website: www.charterstowers.qld.gov.au

 

Office hours are Monday - Friday 8:30am to 4:00pm (Public Holidays excepted)


Postal Address:
  Charters Towers Regional Council 
  PO Box 189
  Charters Towers QLD  4820
 

After Hours Emergency Contacts

The Emergency after hours number is 07 4761 5300. Callers will be prompted to direct their call by pressing the applicable number as appears below:

  Road Emergencies press '1'
  Water & Sewerage Emergencies press '2'
  Stock & Animals Emergencies press '3'
   Airport Emergencies press '4'
  Parks Emergencies ​press '5'
  Building Emergencies press '6'


If you wish to leave a message for our attention when the office re-opens, please press '0'.
 

BUSINESS CENTRE LOCATIONS

Administration Centre
  12 Mosman Street, Charters Towers

City Hall
  70 Mosman Street, Charters Towers

 

DEPOT LOCATIONS

All Council Depots may contacted via 07 4761 5300

  Charters Towers Highway Depot
  Charters Towers Airport Depot
  Greenvale Depot
  Pentland Depot
  Ravenswood Depot

 

OTHER PUBLIC FACILITIES

  City Pool   Link to details   
  Community Halls Link to details
  Excelsior Library Link to details
  Saleyards Link to details
  Visitor Information Centre Link to details
  World Theatre Link to details

 

  Charters Towers & Dalrymple Archives Group  Link to details

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