A new native bee hotel will be unveiled this World Bee Day (Friday 20 May 2022) as the new Ecosophy Garden takes over the corner of Walker and Stanley streets.
Aussie music darlings Lime Cordiale will be joined by Thelma Plum and Haiku Hands for the first ever Tropic Sounds concert at Reid Park during NAFA 2022.
Time is running out on an un-BEE-lievable opportunity for Townsville film makers as entries for The Buzz – Eco Fiesta Video Competition close tomorrow (Friday 20 May 2022).
Take the whole family out for a free night of entertainment this Friday when Riverway Movie Nights presents Ron’s Gone Wrong.
Illegal graffiti has long been a blight on our community, but with the introduction of Council’s graffiti removal kits, residents can join the battle to keep Townsville looking its best.
Townsville City Council will help strengthen Nelly Bay’s coastal defence, as reprofiling work on the beach starts this week.
Townsville City Council is urging the community to let the rain do the heavy lifting now in order to conserve water while keeping lawns looking their best.
Theatre afficionados are in for a treat this week as New Zealand theatre company A Slightly Isolated Dog brings two huge shows to Townsville Civic Theatre.
The next chapter of the Riverway Lagoon and community precinct will begin later this month as works begin on a new library and community hub.
This week’s wet weather hasn’t put a dampener on plans for Townsville City Council’s Community Tree Planting Day this Sunday.
A trial to recycle material collected by street sweepers could help divert the equivalent of 80,000 fully-loaded wheelie bins of waste from going to landfills and save ratepayers more than $200,000 a year while helping to keep Townsville streets clean.
Children can now enjoy a new state-of-the-art playground at Bluewater Park after Townsville City Council completed upgrades to the open space.
Grab your lunch and get your groove on when Music in the City returns to Townsville CBD today.
The North Australian Festival of Arts is proud to announce its headline acts for 2022, including free concerts and a festival favourite’s return.
Short, sharp and showstopping performances will take over Townsville Civic Theatre this weekend for the Festival of One-Act Plays.
Townsville City Council is enhancing suburban water security through the commissioning of a new $5.3 million pipeline connecting the Douglas Water Treatment Plant to Condon under the Ross River.
Townsville’s skateboarding community will soon have access to enhanced facilities with renewal works at the Peggy Banfield and Murray skate parks currently underway.
Townsville City Council will give graduates the tools to advance their careers as applications open for its 2023 Graduate Program.
It’s time to start planning how you’ll make your move in May with the active travel initiative offering up weekly prizes throughout the month.
New arts projects including a community beautification endeavour and a writers’ workshop will be brought to life in Townsville thanks to six RADF grants approved at this week’s Council meeting.