Council will start work on a $180,000 upgrade to the access track that connects the Loam Island boat ramp to the Loam Island Rowing Club car park on Monday.
Townsville City Council will continue its broad-scale Yellow Crazy Ant treatment at Alligator Creek this week in attempt to eradicate the invasive pest from the area.
Submit your low-cost or no-cost activities now to be featured in the upcoming Easter School Holiday Guide.
Townsville City Council will work with the community to co-design a new skate park in Garbutt.
Join the man who has been labelled the “finest musical humourist in the world” for the first Morning Melodies show of the season next Wednesday.
This year’s Eco Fiesta is going to be a hive for bee-based entertainment with the addition of a brand new video competition.
Australia’s Matildas will play their first game in North Queensland when they take on the New Zealand Ferns on 8 April in a historic match at Townsville’s Queensland Country Bank Stadium.
Furry felines and playful puppies are now on sale for Townsville locals looking to give a pet their new fur-ever home.
An industry-leading simulation training facility is a step closer with Council's Business Services and Finance Committee recommending the establishment of a company to bring the facility to fruition.
Save the date to celebrate 30 years of the Eco Fiesta at Anderson Gardens this June.
Crews from Townsville City Council are maintaining their focus on monitoring and managing the Idalia wetlands, which play a significant role for the local area’s wildlife and ecological health.
Council’s regular ecological water quality testing program has detected a blue-green algal bloom in the large saltwater Lake adjacent to D’Arcy Drive in Idalia, behind the Fairfield Central Shopping Centre.
Learn about the life of controversial Archibald Prize winner Keith Looby at the free screening of Looby next Friday.
The much-loved Riverway boardwalk is set to receive a new lease on life, with Townsville City Council starting a $948,000 renewal project on Monday.
The next stage of Townsville City Council’s Charters Towers Road water main replacement program has started.
Townsville City Council has taken delivery of its first robotic lawnmower that will be used for cutting grass in areas inaccessible with a traditional lawnmower or tractor-slasher.
Residents and visitors can safely walk between Nelly Bay and Picnic Bay with works now complete on the new section of the pedestrian pathway.
Tonight, the Townsville sign, Victoria Bridge, Wharton Reef Lighthouse, George Roberts Bridge, Old Magistrates Court House, Central Park Boardwalk and Little Fletcher Bridge will be lit up in the colours of the Ukrainian flag to show our solidarity following the events over the last 48 hours.
Townsville is in for a treat this theatre season with a slew of remarkable dance, drama, cabaret, music and comedy shows at the Civic Theatre.
Soft plastics, food scraps, garden clippings and bagged recyclables are among the most common items that are contaminating household recycling bins in Townsville.