News & notices

January  2019

14 Jan | Group Fitness Going Off

Council’s free group fitness classes are going off! So get in quick to reserve your place in a class near you and make your NYE resolution a reality.


10 Jan | Plug-in to Deception Bay history

Deception Bay’s much loved heritage trail has gone digital and just in time for the school holidays, with the launch of a new mobile-friendly platform designed to enrich the real-life experience with audio and visual of a digital kind.


09 Jan | Nominate a Queensland Great

Nominations for the 2019 Queensland Greats Awards are now open and Moreton Bay Regional Mayor Allan Sutherland wants to see a local take out the top honour.


07 Jan | Political Campaign Signage Crack-Down

Council has resolved to tighten its electoral signage laws and is calling for community feedback on the plan.


December  2018

19 Dec | Upgrade to the entrance of The Mill at Moreton Bay

Upgrades to the entrance of The Mill at Moreton Bay will get underway in the new year.


13 Dec | Trichodesmium bloom in Redcliffe, Deception Bay and Beachmere

Trichodesmium blooms (also known as blue-green algae) have been detected along the Redcliffe Peninsula in the past two weeks, extending from Woody Point north along the peninsula to Deception Bay and Beachmere.


07 Dec | Road/drainage construction works

Council has completed urgent road and drainage works along Mount Samson Road, Samsonvale that had left the road closed to all vehicular traffic.


04 Dec | Get your kids active these school holidays

Keep the kids entertained and secure yourself some much-needed down time these school holidays with Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Active Holidays program which is jam-packed with high-energy activities for kids aged 3-17.


November  2018

06 Nov | End-of-Year Closures

Council’s administration and customer service centres will close from 5.00pm Friday 21 December 2018, and re-open at 8.30am on Wednesday 2 January 2019.


October  2018

05 Oct | Public Warning - Impersonator

Council is investigating complaints of people in the Morayfield area falsely purporting to be a Pool Compliance Officer employed by Council to conduct spot checks on swimming pool fencing.


03 Oct | Bin collection service update

Moreton Bay Regional Council’s waste operator Cleanaway has advised bin collection services, across the region, will be restored this week.


September  2018

25 Sep | Making of interim local law

Moreton Bay Regional Council (“Council”) has, by resolution dated the 18th day of September 2018, made Moreton Bay Regional Council Interim Local Law No. 3 (Advertising Devices) 2018 (“Interim Local Law”).


21 Sep | USC Moreton Bay starts to take shape

The impressive foundation building of the University of the Sunshine Coast’s new campus at Petrie is starting to take shape.


August  2018

17 Aug | Game on for Rothwell AFL precinct

Progress on the region’s newest sports destination and home of the Redcliffe Tigers is roaring ahead after Moreton Bay Regional Council today awarded a $6.5 million tender to commence the first stage of civil works on the game-changing project.


13 Aug | Moreton Bay phases out plastic straws

Australia’s third largest council, Moreton Bay Regional Council, has ditched the plastic straw.


07 Aug | Hazard Reduction Burn - Banksia Beach

Moreton Bay Regional Council will conduct a hazard reduction burn on Wednesday August 8 at Bribie Island Community Arts Centre, Sunderland Drive, in Banksia Beach, weather permitting.


07 Aug | Hazard Reduction Burn - Burpengary

Council will conduct a hazard reduction burn on Wednesday August 8 at Caboolture Region Environmental Education Centre (CREEC), Rowley Road, in Burpengary, weather permitting.


06 Aug | Moreton Bay’s 2018 EKKA holiday

Monday, August 13 will be Moreton Bay’s public holiday for the Royal Queensland Show in 2018.


July  2018

06 Jul | Albany Creek Library $300K upgrade

Council will invest more than $368,000 to reinvigorate the Albany Creek Library at Ferguson Street.


06 Jul | Works begin on new $2 mill Bunya SES hub

Council has commenced construction on the new SES depot at Bunya.


05 Jul | New Cab boxing building announce a hit

Div 3 Cr Adam Hain has announced council will invest more than $320,000 to construct a new boxing hub in the heart of Centenary Lakes, Caboolture.


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