Latest News

  • Council Collecting Information on the Agriculture Sector

    28th October 2020
    28th October 2020. Latrobe Council Area Farmers, Producers and Agricultural Businesses. The Latrobe Council is seeking to improve its communication with and understanding of industry specific issues associated with the regions primary industry sector
  • The Only Way to Go on Hawley Esplanade

    23rd October 2020
    • Community Consultation
    Hawley foreshore shared pathway
  • Latrobe Municipality Business Database Update

    22nd October 2020
    • News
    Latrobe Council is keen to keep in touch with local businesses during these challenging times
  • Changes to Dog Exercise Areas

    19th October 2020
    • Public Notice
    19th October 2020. Council is considering changes at Freers Beach, on the Wild Mersey Mountain Bike Trails and Warrawee Reserve Walking Trails. Public submissions are invited, closing on 9 November 2020:. Proposed Changes to Declared Dog Exercise
  • Mayor's Message

    30th September 2020
    • News
    Mayor Freshney talks about the Port Sorell foreshore pathway Australia s longest pedestrian suspension bridge set for the Wild Mersey Experience dog obedience classes for the Latrobe Municipality the Christmas Parade and Carols and a reminder to
  • NBN Issues - Survey

    21st September 2020
    • News
    A survey to develop a position paper for the Latrobe municipality
  • Australia's Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge for Wild Mersey

    21st September 2020
    • Media Release
    21st September 2020. A 150m pedestrian suspension bridge, believed to be the longest in the southern hemisphere, is a step closer to being constructed across the Mersey River at Latrobe. Demonstrating that great things can be achieved with local
  • Proposed Route of School Bus Service

    15th September 2020
    • News
    New Proposed Route Wesley Vale to Port Sorell via Hawley Beach
  • Media Release: CCA Focussed on Climate Change

    15th September 2020
    • Media Release
    Media Release: CCA Focussed on Climate Change
  • Emergency Hours Temporary and Parking to Remain Free

    2nd September 2020
    • Media Release
    Mayor Freshney on the recent decision to further temporarily reduce the operational hours at the Mersey Community Hospital