MidCoast Council was established on 12 May 2016. Our highest priority as a new council is to ensure we continue to deliver the many local services valued by our communities.
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Published on 16 December 2016
MidCoast Council is calling on Hawks Nest and Tea Gardens residents and visitors to help protect the nests of the rare Little Terns who have made the Winda Woppa sand stockpile their summer home.
Published on 03 June 2016
MidCoast Council and Hunter Local Land Services have collaborated with great success on the wild dog and fox control campaign in the Darawakh area.
A rare and endangered species - the spotted-tailed quoll - has turned up on camera surveillance at the Bulahdelah Plain Wetland Reserve.
Forster Ocean Baths will be closed for cleaning on the dates shown.The pool is closed from 6am to 6pm on cleaning days.
Need a hand figuring out how to use your tablet or smart phone to access all our online resources? Why not check out our Mobile Device Special Interest Group. Make sure you bring your device with you.
Presented by Legal Aid and part of Law Week 2017, this presentation outlines common on-line scams, how to identify them and provides practical tips on protecting yourself online. It also covers how to report scams to authorities.
This section now appears on the MidCoast Council 'Have Your Say' tab on the MidCoast Council website.
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