The Mount Louisa Walking Track will be closed for five days next week as Townsville City Council undertakes maintenance on the popular attraction.
A project to replenish sand along the Horseshoe Bay shoreline is underway with more than 5,000 cubic meters being relocated to mitigate the impact of coastal erosion.
Townsville City Council has formally approved the development application for a new hotel adjacent to The Ville Hotel and Casino on the breakwater.
Around 1,500 households in Idalia, Burdell, Heatley, and Vincent will be taking part in a trial of dedicated food organics and garden organics (FOGO) bins as part of Townsville City Council’s efforts to reduce the amount of waste ending up in landfill.
One hundred years of Soroptimist International will be celebrated by the Townsville Breakwater chapter with a grant awarded by Townsville City Council this week.
The commanding officers, officers, and sailors of the HMAS Paluma (IV) have been granted permission to conduct one last Freedom of Entry March into the township of Paluma.
A new playground is on the way for Bluewater Park and the community is being urged to have their say on what play equipment gets installed through Council’s Have Your Say platform before it closes this Friday.
Townsville ratepayers will receive a new look rates notice in their mailbox or inbox this August.
Internationally acclaimed didgeridoo superstar William Barton will join violinist Grace Clifford, clarinettist Lloyd Van’t Hoff, the Barrier Reef Orchestra and 1RAR Band to perform in the Australian Festival of Chambers Music’s free Queens Gardens Concert this Sunday.
Students from across Townsville are playing their part in Australia’s largest community tree planting event with today’s National Tree Day event at Riverway.
A small king tide is expected this Friday and residents in low-lying areas are being urged to prepare their properties.
COVID lockdowns in southern states have forced the postponement of Tropic Sounds, Pot-Pourri and By A Thread in Townsville as part of the North Australian Festival of Arts.
Townsville City Council has successfully completed works on Black Weir to repair damage sustained during the unprecedented 2019 monsoon floods, with large concrete panels being airlifted onto the weir as part of the complex project.
Two new performance hubs are opening up in Townsville as part of the North Australian Festival of Arts 2021.
Townsville City Council will partner with Queensland Fire and Emergency Services to undertake a bushfire hazard reduction burn on Mt Louisa on Tuesday (20 July).
Townsville’s largest open-air exhibition is back, with Ephemera: Seaside Sculptures opening on the Strand this Saturday.
Townsville households have improved their recycling habits following bin health checks that offered feedback on contaminated bins.
Yothu Yindi is bringing the spirit of Arnhem Land to Townsville for a free concert this Friday as part of the North Australian Festival of Arts.
Townsville City Council shares the community’s disappointment that the organisers of the Australian Concerto and Vocal Competition (ACVC) cancelled the event, which was to be held from July 16-20.
The number of defence force personnel in Townsville is set to swell in the coming weeks as the city and surrounding region plays its part in the biennial Talisman Sabre training exercise.