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Mount Gambier now boasts 18 permanent baskets at the professionally designed Mount Gambier Disc Golf course at Browne’s Lake, which is free for community use. The club had been using portable baskets before the City of Mount Gambier supported the course upgrade with a $22,000 boost from its 2017/18 budget.
Construction has begun at the Mount Gambier ReUse Market site located at 3 and 5 Eucalypt Drive, the former salvage yard site next to the Waste Transfer Station. Thomson Bilt began construction on the offloading and storage shed in late January 2018. The $560,000 facility is on track to be operational by October 2018.
At its meeting on Tuesday 20 February 2018, the City of Mount Gambier resolved to support the local and wider taxi industry to lobby the State Government for improved state wide regulation and oversight of ...
The City of Mount Gambier welcomes a $250,000 State Government funding boost announced this week to complete stage three of the Rail Trail project. The shared walking and cycling path will be extended from Jubilee ...
The Mount Gambier community came together for breakfast at the Railway Lands on Australia Day Friday 26 January 2018 to celebrate and recognise outstanding individuals and organisations who have made noteworthy contributions to the community. Citizen of the Year Awards were presented to Lois Bayre and Peter Martin. Young Citizen of the Year was awarded to Laura Small. The Community Event of the Year was awarded to the Mount Gambier History Group for the Fidler & Webb Exhibition. 'I Still Call Australia Home' performed by Lizzie Coke.
Mount Gambier and District Tertiary Health Education Grant applications close on 30th March 2018. To find out more https://t.co/O1aGL9MMns
The City of Mount Gambier Cultural Fund is open. The Cultural Fund Program supports artists, community groups and not-for-profit organisations to deliver inspiring, creative and contemporary projects. To find out more and to access
Did you know that if everyone in Mount Gambier put their rubbish in the right bin, it would save the community more than $200,000 each year?
Glass takes more than a million years to decompose in landfill. Play your part and remember to reuse or recycle your glass bottles and jars.
You can also recycle your used batteries and old mobile phones at the Mount Gambier Library.
Watch our recycling video for more hints and tips on what you can do to help conserve our environment.
Join this unique course to meet other people, learn new skills and make lasting changes in your life. Living Smart is interactive and practical with inspirational guest speakers.
Topics on waste, energy, transport, water, gardening for biodiversity
Annual Pacing Gold Cup hosted by Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club
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