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Ward system and Council representation under review
Posted April 24, 2018 Ward system and Council representation under review

Over the coming months the City of Greater Geraldton will be undertaking a review of its current ward system and council representation.

NWCH - Hosken St roundabout construction begins
Posted April 24, 2018 NWCH - Hosken St roundabout construction begins

On behalf of Main Roads Western Australia, the City of Greater Geraldton wishes to advise the temporary closures of Hosken and Strickland Streets from Thursday 26 April 2018 to 31 July 2018 for construction of the North West Coastal Highway-Hosken Street roundabout.

Community to commemorate the fallen
Posted April 23, 2018 Community to commemorate the fallen

Thousands are expected to gather for the final year of the ANZAC Centenary and pay their respects to those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

Road closures for ANZAC Day Centenary Service
Posted April 20, 2018 Road closures for ANZAC Day Centenary Service

The City of Greater Geraldton together with the Geraldton City RSL Sub-Branch will commemorate the final year of the ANZAC Day Centenary Service at Birdwood House, Forrest Street.

Parking in Geraldton for WoW Fest
Posted April 20, 2018 Parking in Geraldton for WoW Fest

The City of Greater Geraldton wishes to advise that the parking lot adjacent to the Geraldton Visitor Centre will be closed for the setup of the Wind on Water Festival on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 April from 6am to 12am.

City thanks WoW Fest sponsors
Posted April 20, 2018 City thanks WoW Fest sponsors

The City of Greater Geraldton would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of the inaugural Wind on Water Festival:

Temporary closure of the Esplanade
Posted April 20, 2018 Temporary closure of the Esplanade

The City of Greater Geraldton wishes to advise that the Esplanade will be closed to the public from 10am on Sunday 22 April to allow for the setup and execution of the Mitchell & Brown Retravision and Sealy Posturepedic Fireworks Show.

Thought-provoking exhibitions to open at GRAG
Posted April 19, 2018 Thought-provoking exhibitions to open at GRAG

Two new exhibitions will challenge perceptions when Dead Centre and Stations of the Cross open at Geraldton Regional Art Gallery this Friday 20 April.

RedFM presents WoW Fest Concert
Posted April 18, 2018 RedFM presents WoW Fest Concert

Thousands will flock to the Foreshore to rock out with The Veronicas and San Cisco for the WoW Fest Concert thanks to generous support from RedFM.

Free transport for WoW Fest Concert
Posted April 18, 2018 Free transport for WoW Fest Concert

The City of Greater Geraldton will be providing FREE transport to and from the WoW Fest Concert on Sunday 22 April.

Go WoW this weekend!
Posted April 18, 2018 Go WoW this weekend!

This weekend sees the much anticipated Wind on Water Festival hit town and there’s something to make even the fussiest of festival-goers say WOW!

Significant fine issued for illegal land use
Posted April 17, 2018 Significant fine issued for illegal land use

Ongoing complaints and refusal to comply with town planning regulations has resulted in a significant fine for a Geraldton man running an illegal industrial business from a rural residential property.

Grant funds resurface netball courts
Posted April 16, 2018 Grant funds resurface netball courts

Geraldton Netball Association outside courts have been recently upgraded with the assistance of grant funding secured from the City and State Government.

Mitchell & Brown Retravision to wow crowds with fireworks
Posted April 16, 2018 Mitchell & Brown Retravision to wow crowds with fireworks

Another exciting element has been added to the Wind on Water Festival program and it’s all thanks to the support of Mitchell & Brown Retravision and Sealy Posturepedic!

International director and writer to host workshop for theatre production
Posted April 13, 2018 International director and writer to host workshop for theatre production

International director and writer Chris Edmund is hosting a writer’s workshop next month and experienced and emerging writers are encouraged to express their interest in attending.

Geraldton tourism is open for investment
Posted April 13, 2018 Geraldton tourism is open for investment

As a result of an initiative that was borne out of the City of Greater Geraldton’s Growth Plan and the Progress Midwest Tourism Cluster, Geraldton will play host to the region’s first Tourism Investment Summit on May 27 and 28 2018 at the Queens Park Theatre.

Council renews commitment to access and inclusion
Posted April 12, 2018 Council renews commitment to access and inclusion

Prescribed burn in Cape Burney
Posted April 12, 2018 Prescribed burn in Cape Burney

The City of Greater Geraldton wishes to advise it will be undertaking two prescribed burns in Cape Burney on Saturday 14 April 2018 and Sunday 15 April 2018 commencing at approximately 9.00am.

School Holiday Program returns for autumn
Posted April 10, 2018 School Holiday Program returns for autumn

Kids will have no reason to be bored this autumn break with the return of the ever popular School Holiday Program.

Partial closure of Midalia’s Beach footpath
Posted April 10, 2018 Partial closure of Midalia’s Beach footpath

The City of Greater Geraldton wishes to advise the partial closure of the Midalia Beach footpath, located on the south side of the beach, to undertake key services and footpath connection works associated with the Beresford Foreshore Enhancement project.

Grant funding secured for plant propagation e-Booklet
Posted April 9, 2018 Grant funding secured for plant propagation e-Booklet

Valuable knowledge of local native plant propagation methods gathered by Community Nursery volunteers will soon be available to the wider community in an e-Booklet.

Lot 601 to be upgraded
Posted April 9, 2018 Lot 601 to be upgraded

Plans to enhance Lot 601 will go ahead after Council voted to enter into a five-year lease agreement with LandCorp.

Rabbit numbers to be reduced with virus strain
Posted April 6, 2018 Rabbit numbers to be reduced with virus strain

As part of the City of Greater Geraldton’s rabbit control program, a strain of rabbit haemorrhagic virus has been released this week in Chapman River Regional Park.

Prescribed burn in Rudds Gully
Posted April 6, 2018 Prescribed burn in Rudds Gully

The City of Greater Geraldton wishes to advise it will be undertaking a prescribed burn in Rudds Gully on Saturday 7 April 2018 commencing at approximately 9.00am.

Mayor says Abrolhos could turn around tourism in WA
Posted April 6, 2018 Mayor says Abrolhos could turn around tourism in WA

The Abrolhos Islands are one of Western Australia’s hidden gems and City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn says they could be the answer to turning around the state’s tourism market.

Fools Festival to go off this Saturday
Posted April 5, 2018 Fools Festival to go off this Saturday

Get your dancing shoes ready Gero, because the Drug Aware Fools Festival is this Saturday and there will be so much good music you won’t be able to keep your feet still!

Durlacher Street footpath renewals
Posted April 5, 2018 Durlacher Street footpath renewals

The City of Greater Geraldton wishes to advise that following the removal of the power poles in the CBD, sections of footpath at Durlacher Street between Chapman Road and Sanford Street will be renewed with works scheduled to commence on Monday 9 April 2018 for a period of approximately six weeks.

Get involved in ArtDrive 2018!
Posted April 3, 2018 Get involved in ArtDrive 2018!

If you’ve thought about entering ArtDrive but have never got around to it, now’s the time to do so because expressions of interest are open for the 2018 event!

Smoke Hazard Alert
Posted April 2, 2018 Smoke Hazard Alert

The City of Greater Geraldton wishes to advise there is a current smoke hazard alert in place in Rudds Gully.

Panaceum sponsorship expands Films on the Foreshore
Posted March 29, 2018 Panaceum sponsorship expands Films on the Foreshore

The popular ‘Films on the Foreshore’ program will be able to expand movie nights beyond the school holiday period with the recent signing of a sponsorship agreement between Panaceum and the City.

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