Townsville City Council is maintaining its strong commitment to the city’s unique natural and built environment through an investment of more than $8 million into sustainable practices in its 2023/24 Budget and Operational Plan.
World-renowned entertainers 360 ALLSTARS will put on free workshops for the youth of Townsville before performing their revolutionary live show at Townsville Civic Theatre on Saturday 1 July.
Townsville City Council’s 2023/24 Budget and Operational Plan reflects Council’s commitment to delivering affordability measures to support the community in the face of rising costs of living.
Townsville City Council’s 2023/24 Budget and Operational Plan includes more than $13.3 million investment into liveability and lifestyle to further grow Townsville as an active and engaged city.
Townsville City Council’s 2023/24 Budget and Operational Plan has laid the foundations for the continued delivery of essential services while progressing multiyear major projects.
Townsville City Council is committed to meeting the community's expectations by delivering essential everyday services with a substantial allocation of over $633 million in the 2023/24 budget.
Townsville City Council has made community safety one of its top priorities in the 2023/24 Budget and Operational Plan, investing $14.9 million to help reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.
Townsville City Council is furthering its commitment to investing across the length and breadth of Townsville, with $121.1 million of its 2023/24 Budget and Operational Plan allocated to Townsville’s suburbs.
There is no rate-in-the-dollar increase in the 2023/24 Budget and Operational Plan and the average rate and utilities charge for Townsville’s home owner-occupiers will increase by less than $2.50 a week.
Townsville City Council’s 2023/24 Budget and Operational Plan is a strong plan to help with cost-of-living pressures while supporting the region’s growth without any unnecessary financial burdens to residents.
The North Australia Festival of Arts (NAFA), Strand Ephemera, the Australian Festival of Chamber Music and the NTI Townsville 500 highlight a bumper schedule of Council-supported events in Townsville over July and August.
Almost 14,000 people have poured through the gates for the first weekend of the award-winning North Australian Festival of Arts.
Council is aiming to keep native animals safe from traffic by installing virtual fencing along a section of Angus Smith Drive this week.
A Townsville City Council-supported junior netball competition is set to put the city centre-circle and bring thousands of visitors to the region.
Get ready for two weeks of laughs and live shows as Wil Anderson and Ross Wilson head to Townsville for the North Australian Festival of Arts this year.
Council’s always popular Riverway Movie Nights returns this Friday at 6.30pm with a free screening of animated movie Minions: The Rise of Gru.
When it comes to watering a lawn during the cooler months of the dry season, lawns and gardens do better when they are watered less.
Townsville City Council is showcasing local artists through its brand new C2 Sessions launching at Townsville Civic Theatre this Friday.
The rockface at the Sturt Street cutting carpark is about to undergo stabilisation works.
Embrace snuggle season this winter by taking home a new furry friend during Council’s Animal Care and Adoption Centre half-price sale this month.