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Visitors should take the time to fully explore the beauty and diversity of the Latrobe Municipality, which includes the townships of Latrobe, Port Sorell, Shearwater, Hawley, Wesley Vale, Sassafras, Moriarty and Tarleton

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"What made him do it" Book Challenges Loing-Held Beliefs

30 May 2016

Exhibition focuses on "All That Jazz"

30 May 2016

Growing Old; Living Adventurously

30 May 2016

Table Tennis and Volleyball

30 May 2016

DID YOU KNOW?

20 May 2016
ID YOU KNOW that Squash is played on a Thursday evening at the Latrobe and Districts Youth Centre in Cotton Street, Latrobe. With the Winter Roster about to commence (26 May), all are welcome - even if you've never picked up a racquet before. The cost for the Winter Roster is $50 per person plus $5 annual club membership. Games start from 6:00pm. Get in touch via http://info61508.wix.com/latrobesquashclub

PORT SORELL U3A PROGRAM RELEASED

19 May 2016
The Term 2 program for Port Sorell U3A (University of the Third Age) has been released with a short timeframe for registrations.

JUNIOR LEADERSHIP FOCUSES ON WATERWAYS

19 May 2016
Latrobe High School’s Junior Leadership program has been focusing on “Making a Positive Change”. While many students have approached this from a variety of angles, many of the groups have focused on it environmentally.

STATE HANDCRAFTS AND HOME INDUSTRIES EXPO AT LATROBE

19 May 2016
An 80 year tradition continues with the exposure of member’s talents through the annual staging of the CWA Tasmania Handcraft and Home Industries Expo at Latrobe this weekend.

Tax Office Scam

16 May 2016
In the last week, Tasmanians lost nearly $100,000 to this scam

Gilbert Street Roundabout Works Underway

6 May 2016

Kentish and Latrobe Councils launch the $4.1m Wild Mersey Mountain Bike Development.

6 April 2016
The Wild Mersey Mountain Bike Development project aims to construct over 100km of mountain bike trails throughout the Kentish and Latrobe municipalities, catering to both mountain bike enthusiasts and families looking to experience the Tasmanian wilderness.

NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR LATROBE COUNCIL

13 December 2015
Latrobe Council has a new main phone number.

Council Meetings

2016 Council Meeting dates

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Strategic Plans

Our Place, Our Plan is Latrobe Council's five year strategic framework

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Council Committees

Committee Representation

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Our Community

  • Information for new Residence
  • Chocolate Winterfest, Latrobe
  • Public Notices
  • Camp Banksia
  • School Holiday Program
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Council Address
PO Box 63
170 Gilbert Street
Latrobe Tasmania 7307
Opening Hours
Monday - Friday
8.00am - 4.30pm
Emergency After Hours: 03 6426 2653