Cutting-edge technology to return Towers Hill to WWII times

  Residents and visitors will soon be able to experience Towers Hill as it was in World War II by using new augmented reality (AR).   Augmented Reality allows the user to experience a...

PUBLIC NOTICE - Towers Hill - Temporary Closure - 11 July

Towers Hill — Temporary Closure — 11 July Towers Hill will be temporarily closed on Thursday 11 July from 8am until 1pm (approximately) for excavation works.   Road access and...

PUBLIC NOTICE - Deane and Jane Streets - Temporary Closure - 8 July 2019

Deane and Jane Streets — Temporary Closure — 8 July The intersection at Deane and Jane Streets will be temporarily closed from 8 July until further notice.   This temporary...

Waste Levy - No change to domestic waste fees

The Queensland Government’s new Waste Levy began this week (1 July 2019) for commercial waste which cannot be reused or recycled. The levy applies to construction and demolition waste,...

Councillor message - Water Infrastructure Upgrade Project July Update - Cr Alan Barr

For the past 13 months, Council has been undertaking the construction of a new water treatment plant and other upgrades in Charters Towers as part of the Water Infrastructure Upgrade Project (WIUP). ...

PUBLIC NOTICE - Refuse collection - Temporary Delay - Greenvale

There is a temporary delay in refuse collection due to a truck breakdown.   Collection for Greenvale will have a delay of up to 24 hours.   It is anticipated that refuse collection will...

July school holiday program

Council will be supporting some exciting, family-friendly activities during the July school holidays. Excelsior Library - School Holiday Activities The Library will run daily weekday activities...

Mayor message – Discount for dog registrations – Cr Liz Schmidt

During the month of May and June Council has been busy promoting the ‘Dogs of the Towers’ photo competition. The competition is a fun way to increase awareness about responsible dog...

Community grants: Round 1 Announced

Charters Towers Regional Council has awarded almost $51,000 to local organisations in the latest funding round of the Community Grants Program.  Successful groups included local sporting...

Think twice before lighting backyard fires

Charters Towers Regional Council is urging residents to be responsible with backyard fires this season and to think twice before lighting up. Property owners planning to light a fire greater than...
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Habitat works to commence for flying fox alternate roost site

  Officers from the Department of Environment and Science are currently involved in the initial stages of constructing a flying fox alternate roost in Charters Towers at Young’s Block....

Public Notice - Weir Park - Open 14 Feb 2020

  Weir Park has re-opened and has returned to normal open times as of today 14 February 2020.   Council appreciates the community’s patience and cooperation during its recent...

Councillor message - New Local Government Infrastructure Plan adopted - Cr Mike Power

  In October 2019, Council released its new draft Charters Towers Regional Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) for community consultation.   This consultation period allowed...

Sign on Day 2020

  A wide range of sporting clubs and community groups will be on display to provide information at the Sign on Day 2020.   This free event provides an opportunity for kids, big and...

Final piece of Town Plan adopted

  Charters Towers Regional Council has adopted its new Infrastructure Charges Resolution (No. 2) 2020 (the Charges Resolution) which serves as the final piece of the larger Town Plan project. ...