If you are looking for a sea change then Cook Shire, a growing region, is the place to be, now and into the future for its perfectly balanced tropical lifestyle; pristine coastline; culturally diverse community and friendly locals.
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Tender T0517 - Sewer Rectification Works
Tenders are invited from parties who wish to complete sewer rectification works at the Cooktown waterfront development.
Tender T0517 closes at 5pm on Saturday, June 10, 2017.
No late submissions will be accepted. All tenders must be submitted electronically and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date.
For further information regarding the tenders or digital tender documents, contact Jon Leggett at Black & More via email at email@example.com or phone on (07) 4031 9944.
Botanic Gardens Open Day
Botanic Gardens Australia and New Zealand are holding open days across the country, and Cooktown's Botanic Gardens are joining in. Head to the Botanic Gardens on Sunday, May 28 to hear curator Tony Roberts discuss 'What's for lunch?' at 11am or 'The Deadly Dozen' at 2pm.
Free pool safety inspections
From November 30, 2015 all pool fences and barriers must comply with current pool safety laws. Under the new legislation, all pools must also be registered with the Pool Safety Council and have a current Pool Safety Certificate. Council can provide a Pool Safety Inspector if your pool doesn't have a current Pool Safety Certificate. Council is offering an initial free of charge inspection and advice on compliance for existing pools up to June 30, 2017. Click here for more information.
Mayor's Maroon Community Ball tickets on sale
Tickets are on sale for the Mayor's Maroon Community Ball, which is the official opening of the new-look Cooktown Discovery Festival. The ball will include a debutante parade and minuet dancers, followed by a night of fun with the 1RAR Rising Suns army rock band. Tickets are $55 per person, and close on June 1. Visit the Discovery Festival website for details and to buy tickets.
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