12 October 2020
Due to storm damage sustained on the Naracoopa Jetty last week the Jetty will be temporarily closed. As a matter of safety Council advises the Jetty will remain closed whilst Council awaits the results of an engineering inspection scheduled for Saturday 17 October. Updates will be provided as fur...
7 October 2020
Due to expected high levels of water on Bicentennial Road/Ridges Road, the Sea Elephant River crossing will be closed on Thursday 8 October 2020 from 8.30am. Please refer to this post for updates on reopening details. Please call 6462 1883 during business hours or 6462 9000 after hours, for furth...
1 October 2020
The Tasmanian Government is looking to lift restrictions on entry to the State from safe jurisdictions if monitoring and preparedness suggests it is safe to do so. In preparation for this, the State Control Centre’s Public Information Unit is supporting the University of Tasmania to deliver a sur...

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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