Southern Midlands Council

Thursday 28 July, 2016

Welcome to the Southern Midlands

Drop into the Heritage Highway Visitor Centre.

Take a tour of the Callington Mill Complex

Explore the Topiary Trail in Oatlands village

Keep a watch out for the Shadows of the Past

Visit the Chauncy Vale Wildlife Sanctuary

View our heritage resources and collections

Step back in time

Take in our wonderful landscapes and things from a bygone era

Welcome to the Southern Midlands of Tasmania, where a blend of good old fashioned values and modern ideas co-exist. The Southern Midlands Council is a rural local government authority with approximately 3400 rateable properties and 6000 persons scattered throughout the districts.

Towns and localities include Mangalore, Bagdad, Broadmarsh, Elderslie, Dysart, Kempton, Melton Mowbray, Oatlands, Tunbridge, Tunnack, Parattah, Woodsdale, Levendale, Runnymede, Colebrook, Campania and Rekuna.

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Public Notices

Public Notice

Posted Friday, 22 July 2016, 12.05am

Public Notices as advertised in the Mercury on Friday 22nd July 2016

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Explore your Creativity Day

Posted Wednesday, 20 July 2016, 7.00pm

A warm welcome to all visitors from the Heritage Arts and Crafts sub-committee of the Southern Midlands Arts Advisory Committee.

Our ‘Explore your Creativity Day’ in Oatlands is to celebrate all the heritage arts that are practised in this municipality. Not only do you get to watch artisans at work, but you can have a go yourself!

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Expressions of Interest - Specialist heritage trades for Oatlands Commissariat Restoration

Posted Thursday, 14 July 2016, 6.00pm

As advertised in the Mercury on 16th July 2016, Southern Midlands Council is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced tradespeople for the Oatlands Commissariat Store restoration project.

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Dog Registrations

Community Consultation - Dog Management Policy 2016

Posted Thursday, 14 July 2016, 4.00pm

Why are we consulting?

Council is required to have a Dog Management Policy for the Southern Midlands local government area under the Dog Control Act 2000.

The aim of the policy is to protect the health and safety of the public whilst ensuring the well-being and welfare of dogs. It recognises that the Community believe dogs can play a positive role in society but they expect dog owners to act responsibly.

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Public Notices

Public Notice

Posted Thursday, 14 July 2016, 1.35pm

Public Notices as advertised in the Mercury on Friday 15th July 2016

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Southern Midlands of Tasmania, where a blend of good old fashioned values and modern ideas co-exist