Southern Midlands Council

Wednesday 22 October, 2014

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 fashion 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.

Latest News

Internet and Telephone Payment System

Posted Thursday, 9 October 2014, 4.00pm

Council has recently implemented a new Internet and Telephone payment service.

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Expressions of Interest Old Callington Mill Cap

Posted Monday, 6 October 2014, 3.55pm

Expressions of Interest are sought for the removal of the old Callington Mill cap, currently situated in the Callington Park grounds, Esplanade, Oatlands, Tasmania. 

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Woodsdale Memorial Wall & Garden Official Opening

Posted Monday, 29 September 2014, 1.00pm

The Woodsdale Museum (Levendale - Woodsdale history Room Inc) would like to invite you and your family to the official opening of their Woodsdale Memorial Wall and Garden

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Local Government Elections 2014

Posted Tuesday, 2 September 2014, 3.15pm

Important dates for electors and candidates over the election period. 

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Bushlinks 500

Posted Friday, 12 July 2013, 4.00pm

Bushlinks500 is a new Project for the Midlands and surrounding areas which is funding land holders to:

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