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  • Port to host Water Management Conference

    As many as 200 delegates from across New South Wales and interstate will descend on Port Macquarie next month for the annual Local Government NSW Water Management Conference.

    Released on 29 July 2014

  • Pruning to begin on Norfold Island Pine

    Port Macquarie-Hastings Council will be carrying out pruning works on the dead section of a Norfolk Island Pine tree located on the nature strip outside the property located at 25 Pacific Drive.

    Released on 23 July 2014

  • Indigenous art prize winner announced

    An inspired piece of local Indigenous art will be the symbol for the 2015 NSW Local Government Aboriginal Conference which will be held at the Glasshouse.

    Released on 22 July 2014

Providing the community with an opportunity to give their feedback, ideas and opinions is an important part of the Port Macquarie-Hastings Council community engagement framework.

Have your say on strategies, long term planning and documents that Council place on public exhibition.

  • 2014 NSW Junior State Surfing Titles

    The seven-day event will see over 300 junior surfers from all over NSW take part in the annual competition, which will determine the qualifiers for the Australian Junior Surfing Titles.

    Next running on

  • Go for Gold Triva Night

    A fundraiser for the Mayor's Sporting Fund. Helping athletes in their pursuit of gold.

    Next running on 01 August 2014

  • Hello Koalas Public Art Sculpture Trail

    A signature cultural event for Greater Port Macquarie. 50 large-scale koala sculptures, will dot the landscape from the mountains to the sea to create the Hello Koalas Public Art Sculpture Trail.

    Next running on 01 September 2014

Port Macquarie-Hastings Council and its Councillors are committed to meeting the needs of the community and being the best regional Council in New South Wales.

Council's nine Councillors are elected for a four year term and are lead by the Port Macquarie-Hastings Mayor Peter Besseling, who was popularly elected by the community. In September 2013, The Port Macquarie-Hastings Deputy Mayor Adam Roberts was elected by the Councillors and is serving a one year term.

The NSW Electoral Commission officially declared the nine Councillors that make up Port Macquarie-Hastings Council following the 2012 elections.

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