Making decisions together

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At Tweed Shire Council, we share the community’s passion and pride in the Tweed. We are committed to work together to preserve the Tweed lifestyle, our natural environment and make better decisions as a community-led Council.

We welcome the combined experience, imagination and common sense of the Tweed community to guide Council decision-making. As a community, we will grow and learn from each other and, in turn, Council decisions will be more aligned to community aspirations.




At Tweed Shire Council, we share the community’s passion and pride in the Tweed. We are committed to work together to preserve the Tweed lifestyle, our natural environment and make better decisions as a community-led Council.

We welcome the combined experience, imagination and common sense of the Tweed community to guide Council decision-making. As a community, we will grow and learn from each other and, in turn, Council decisions will be more aligned to community aspirations.




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  • Duck in to chat to Council

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    04 Nov 2019
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    Kingscliff Duck Race

    The 2019 Kingscliff Rotary Duck Race is on Sunday 10 November from 9am – 11.30am at Ed Parker Rotary Park, Kingscliff.

    Council staff will be at the event to cheer on the duckies and promote the ‘Emergency Dashboard’, an online tool to help you find the information you need in an emergency, storm, fire or flood.

    Visit the Council stall to sign up for the online engagement portal ‘Your Say Tweed’ and have your say on what is happening across the Tweed.

    Council’s friendly Coastal Ranger will also be available to have a chat about the dog zones across the Tweed Coast and provide handy pocket sized maps to help you locate the on and off-leash dog areas.

    North East Waste will be representing Council with their ‘less to landfill’ tent and will be available to chat about composting, worm farms and what goes in the green, yellow and red bins. They will also have free compostable liners and reusable bags to give away until supplies last.

    Find out more about the duck race at www.kingscliffrotary.com.au/event/kingscliff-rotary-duck-race-2019/