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A thriving region of opportunity where our communities enjoy a vibrant lifestyle. Search or browse our range of facilities and services.
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Discover a region of investment opportunity where business meets lifestyle and resources to assist.
Cemetery and memorial garden locations, burial options, search cemetery records.
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Minimise the impact of a disaster by being prepared and taking action.
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Council regulates and licences a number of activities to ensure public health and safety.
Information on Council parks, sporting facilities, pools, community halls, caravan parks and venues.
Regulations on keeping animals, pet registration, and places to exercise your pets.
Have your Say on projects open for consultation; view projects underway or proposed.
Information particularly for property owners, including issuing of rate notices and payment options.
Key documents, reports, local laws and policies developed from research and community feedback.
Information on restrictions, parking, closures, planned works and requests relating to roads.
Waste and recycling services, including location, opening hours, accepted items and bin services.
Your elected representatives, meetings, careers, procurement and governance,
Published 21 June 2021
Greater environmental protections have been enacted in Moreton Bay Regional Council’s 2021-22 Budget, to protect native habitats and wildlife as the region’s population booms.
Published 18 June 2021
From improving connectivity to fostering creativity, more than $220 million is set to be spent over the next four years on six major projects.
Council today handed down a $743 million budget that will deliver a record $245 million in capital works, to propel the region’s economy forward and keep locals employed.
03 July 2021
Join Mindle Bygul for a fun day out in the park!
08 July 2021
Join in the NAIDOC Week celebrations with a community flag-raising ceremony.
10 July 2021
Join Council Rangers to learn about your responsibilities as a pet owner and get your dog microchipped for free.