2 September 2021
Census night was Tuesday 10 August, but there’s still time to complete.  Every person in Australia needs to be included, so that Census data is as accurate as possible.  Data from the 2021 Census will be more important than ever, providing valuable insights into how the pandemic has changed...
1 September 2021
Applications are invited for the 2022 calendar of artist residencies at King Island Council’s Arts & Cultural Centre, with residencies of two to six weeks offered between 4 January and 23 December 2022. All Australia-based artists working in any medium and at any stage of their career a...
4 August 2021
We are all looking forward to cheering Stewart McSweyn as he competes in the semi final tomorrow evening, Thursday 5 August 2021 at 9.10pm AEST, broadcast live on Channel 7. Until then, thanks to the efforts of many on- and off-Island contractors, all television services are now back to normal.

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.