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The West Coast is the gateway to Tasmania's wilderness. Coastal populations include Strahan, situated on Macquarie Harbour, and the picturesque shack sites of Granville Harbour and Trial Harbour. The inland population centres of Queenstown, Zeehan, Tullah and Rosebery and the small historic townships of Gormanston and Linda are all within a short distance from magnificent lakes, rivers, rainforests, dunes and historic sites.

 

Council has commenced works as part of its 2017-2018 Capital Works Program. 
Several projects will see some interruptions to traffic to enable works to be completed -
please regularly check our Public Notices page for updates.

West Coast Australia Day Awards

18 October 2017

Nominations are now open for the West Coast Australia Day Awards, to be presented by West Coast Council as part of Australia Day 2018 celebrations.

TasPorts Partnership Delivers New Sign

10 October 2017

A partnership between West Coast Council and TasPorts has resulted in a new information sign being installed in Strahan.

Aquatic Facilities Strategy Adopted

2 October 2017

A comprehensive external review of existing facilities has resulted in West Coast Council adopting a new strategy and business plan for its swimming pools

Queenstown Cemetery

20 July 2017

Visitors to the Queenstown Cemetery will now be able to locate graves more easily following the installation of a new sign.

West Coast Aquatic Facilities Strategy

14 June 2017

Council has appointed consultants to prepare an Aquatic Strategy for the municipality

 
 
West Coast Council Working In partnership with our community
Tel: 03 64 714 700
Fax: 03 64 714 720
Email: wcc@westcoast.tast.gov.au
11 Sticht Street
PO Box 63
Queenstown TAS 7467