18 October 2019
King Island Mayor Julie Arnold reports on the September month of meetings and Council workshops. Councillor Working Groups: Councillors agreed in late August that there were a number of issues which needed Councillor input and work over and above the normal workshops and Council meetings. It was ...
15 October 2019
The Tasmanian Young Achiever Awards began in 1989, with the aims to acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people up to and including 29 years of age as of 31st December each year. The awards celebrate the achievements of young Tasmanians acros...
4 October 2019
Council are aware that many ratepayers would prefer to receive their rates instalment notices by email and are taking the opportunity to advise the community that this is certainly an option. Animal registration and other invoices from Council can also be emailed, so if this is your preference, p...

King Island Council

At the western entrance to Bass Strait lies an idyllic place known as King Island. An island rich in history, with shipwrecks, lighthouses and jagged reefs, bountiful with long stretching sandy beaches and lush green pasture. From our little paradise we produce some of Australia’s finest natural foods for which we are probably best known including beef, cheese, crayfish & abalone, yet there is more to this 64km long by 27km wide stretch of land than first meets the eye.

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