Southern Midlands Council

Monday 25 March 2019

Welcome to the Southern Midlands

Take a walk around 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

Take a stroll along the Dulverton Wakling Track

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 3800 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

Oatlands Swimming Pool 2018/19 Season

Posted Tuesday, 12 March 2019, 5.00pm

It is advised that the Oatlands Swimming Pool will close for the 2018/2019 season at 6pm on Sunday 31st March 2019

Parattah Rail Siding

Posted Thursday, 7 March 2019, 12.15pm

Based on strong industry demand TasRail has made the decision to reopen the Parattah Log Siding on the South Line of the Tasmanian Rail Network.

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Events Calendar

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27 Mar
Council Meeting - Levendale Hall
19 Apr
Good Friday Public Holiday - Municipal Offices & Depots closed
22 Apr
Easter Monday Public Holiday - Municipal Offices & Depots closed
23 Apr
Easter Tuesday Public Holiday - Municipal Offices & Depots closed
24 Apr
Council Meeting - Broadmarsh Hall
25 Apr
Anzac Day Public Holiday

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Local Weather Source: © Australian Bureau of Meteorology

Showers
Mon 25 Mar 2019
Max 14°C
Shower or two. Becoming windy.

Issued 5.40am, Mon 25 Mar 2019

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