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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.

Next stage for The Mill’s industry-leading koala program
After identifying, tagging and ensuring the health of 45 koalas around the site, Moreton Bay Regional Council has now engaged Endeavour Veterinary Ecology (EVE) to undertake the next stage in their industry-leading koala protection program for The Mill at Moreton Bay project.

MBRC Planning Scheme - Secondary dwelling
The State Government defines a Secondary dwelling as part of a dwelling house. A secondary dwelling is used in conjunction with, and is subordinate to, a Dwelling house on the same lot. The term replaces ‘dependent person’s accommodation’, ‘associated unit’ and ‘relative’s accommodation’ used in the Caboolture, Pine Rivers and Redcliffe planning schemes.

Land supply monitoring program
Council is committed to establishing an ongoing, best practice program of monitoring and reporting on developable land supply in collaboration with the state government and industry to enable regular reporting on land supply in the Moreton Bay region.

Caboolture Regional Art Gallery - Volunteers
Volunteers play an integral part in the Moreton Bay Galleries’ on-going success at being a valuable part of the community.

A Place of Security & Subsistence exhibition
In 1824 Redcliffe didn’t exist, nor did Humpybong. The settlement founded by John Oxley and Lt Henry Miller was to be entitled the Moreton Bay Convict Settlement and was designed to be a place that the worst of the worst convicts could be sent. 

Kerbside bins
Moreton Bay Regional Council's contractor provides a weekly waste and fortnightly recycling collection service to properties within the defined waste collection area.

Beach to Bush
Moreton Bay Regional Council is launching an Expression of Interest for up to 20 local school students currently in Year 5 and going into Year 6 in 2018, to visit Winton in April next year, as part of our region’s Sister City Program with Winton Shire Council.

Indigenous Services
Council acknowledges and values the unique contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples make to the Moreton Bay Region.

MBRC Planning Scheme - Version 1
Version 1 of the document, maps and code templates.

MBRC Planning Scheme - Planning scheme document
The planning scheme contains provisions for development in the Moreton Bay Region, as well as maps which show where these provisions apply. It is important to note for most people, the new draft planning scheme will have little to no impact because it only applies to new development. This means it only affects you if you wish to develop. This could include building on or structurally renovating your property.

Moreton Bay lays foundations for a Bright Future
Moreton Bay Regional Council will outline its plans for a bright future, presenting its vision for a major University Precinct to community and business leaders today.

Active Holidays - Frequently asked questions
Participation Who is eligible to participate in the Active Holidays program? Participants must live in or be attending school in the Moreton Bay Region. Each activity has an age category identifies minimum and maximum age requirements. This can be viewed in the online timetable. Are p

Waste facilities - what you need to know
Things you need to know before visiting one of Council's waste facilities, cover your load, wear enclosed footwear, sort and separate your waste.

Community Network Meetings
Council facilitates and supports a number of key community networking opportunities attended by government agencies and community service providers. 

Flood publications and digital data

MBRC Planning Scheme - Building heights
The new planning scheme specifies maximum, and in some cases minimum, building heights. To provide clear understanding of building height requirements, these height requirements are specified in metres and not the number of storeys.

When are my bins collected?

Storm tide mapping

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