18 September 2020
Naracoopa Sand Mines Pty Ltd has advised Council that it is planning a major export shipment of possibly up to 85,000 cubic metres of sand via Grassy Port in the near future. The company also advised that this is to comply with its environmental management licence, which has been confirmed by the...
17 September 2020
This morning Premier Peter Gutwein announced direct flights between King Island and Hobart. Flights will be operated by Sharp Airlines and are scheduled to start from Wednesday 30th September with three services scheduled per week – Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Council would like to thank ...
15 September 2020
Due to emergency repairs on the telecommunications tower located on Tower Hill it is expected that there will be disruptions to all radio, ABC TV and SBS reception between 1pm and 5pm on Wednesday 16 September 2020. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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.