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'Pots and Paints’ is an upcoming exhibition featuring retrospective and new works of active renowned regional artists Judy Baker, Annabel Hoskins and Louise Baker.This exhibition is a feast for those who enjoy the traditional approaches to art and excellent technical ability as it will contain several different artistic techniques including painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture explored through numerus mediums including oils, pastels, etching, and solar printing alongside vast array of firing and pottery techniques. Judy…
Gunnedah’s Young Access Group will resume in March 2017; exploring pottery alongside Gunnedah Pottery Club. Young Access focuses on providing opportunities for young people with a disability to discover, explore and socialise through art and other hobbies in a supported environment. Each Saturday in March, Young Access will meet at The Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Studio from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm to experiment with different pottery techniques. Pat Tobin will be the facilitating artist…
Gunnedah Shire Council is providing an opportunity for the Gunnedah community to participate in workshops at the Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Centre Studio space this Saturday and Sunday with this month’s feature artist Gavin Coote. Gavin Coote’s Exhibition The (Non) Humans of the North West is currently exhibiting at Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery until the 5th of March, 2017. Gavin’s collection of expressive and spontaneous paintings and ink drawings are reminiscent of Australian art…
The North West Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan is a comprehensive document supporting a Regional approach to invasive weed management in the North West Region. The final draft is being put out for public consultation over the next two weeks. The plan sets about formalising an approach to weed management across the region, enhancing a state wide program for invasive weed control and ultimately contributing to the invasive weed component of the new Biosecurity Act…
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and we’re inviting you to go on a blind date – with a book! Library Lovers’ Day is 14th of February and Gunnedah Shire Library have partnered with GoCo to help you find your true literary love - just think of us as your hardcover cupids. If you are looking for a long-term reading relationship, local cafes around Gunnedah have Blind Date with a Book Boxes, just pick…
Held during March each year, the Weeks of Speed Festival is a unique programme of heart-thumping speed and speed-related activities and great family friendly entertainment. Organisers plan new events each year and in 2017 the Weeks of Speed programme bursts into action on Saturday March 4 and will continue each weekend thereafter, finishing on Sunday March 26, 2017. Download the Weeks of Speed Programme 2017, see what’s on and head to Gunnedah for some great…
07 February 2017

GoCo Run Launches

GoCo Community Transport is pleased to introduce The GoCo Run, a regular transport option servicing Tambar Springs, Mullaley, Premer, Curlewis, Carroll and Breeza.The GoCo Run will provide a weekly bus run to complement the existing range of community transport services, which include door to door transport for medical appointments, buses for shopping and social events, and half price taxi fares. GoCo have been providing affordable transport to the Gunnedah community since 1988, and ‘The GoCo…
Gunnedah Shire Council is seeking quotations from suitably qualified, licenced and insured companies for the provision of Tender and Contract administration services and project management/ supervision of the proposed construction and revegetation phases of the Blackjack Creek Flood Mitigation Project - Riparian Corridor/ Channel Reconstruction. The scope of works document and relevant appendices can be found in the COUNCIL > Tenders, Quotations & EOI section of Council’s website, or obtained from Council’s administration building 63…
Gunnedah Shire Council is currently preparing its Disability Inclusion Action Plan and encourages the community to get involved and have their say. The Gunnedah Shire Disability Inclusion Action Plan supports the National Disability Strategy and will set out, and prioritise Council’s actions to improve access and participation during the period 2017 to 2021. “In accordance with the NSW Disability Inclusion Act 2014, and with over 1.3 million people in NSW living with disability, the development…
During the last six months, thirteen Gunnedah residents have become Australian Citizens and have now been officially welcomed into Gunnedah’s diverse community. The new citizens come from a number of countries including Denmark, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the Philippines, Thailand, China, Pakistan and India. Recent Citizenship Ceremonies conducted by Council saw the new citizens take their oath or affirmation which symbolises the commitment to Australia and its people, the values we share and our common…

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'Pots and Paints’ is an upcoming exhibition featuring retrospective and new works of active renowned regional artists Judy Baker, Annabel Hoskins and Louise Baker.This exhibition is a feast for those who enjoy the traditional approaches to art and excellent technical ability as it will contain several different artistic techniques including painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture explored through numerus mediums including oils, pastels, etching, and solar printing alongside vast array of firing and pottery techniques. Judy…
Gunnedah’s Young Access Group will resume in March 2017; exploring pottery alongside Gunnedah Pottery Club. Young Access focuses on providing opportunities for young people with a disability to discover, explore and socialise through art and other hobbies in a supported environment. Each Saturday in March, Young Access will meet at The Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Studio from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm to experiment with different pottery techniques. Pat Tobin will be the facilitating artist…
Gunnedah Shire Council is providing an opportunity for the Gunnedah community to participate in workshops at the Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Centre Studio space this Saturday and Sunday with this month’s feature artist Gavin Coote. Gavin Coote’s Exhibition The (Non) Humans of the North West is currently exhibiting at Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery until the 5th of March, 2017. Gavin’s collection of expressive and spontaneous paintings and ink drawings are reminiscent of Australian art…
The North West Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan is a comprehensive document supporting a Regional approach to invasive weed management in the North West Region. The final draft is being put out for public consultation over the next two weeks. The plan sets about formalising an approach to weed management across the region, enhancing a state wide program for invasive weed control and ultimately contributing to the invasive weed component of the new Biosecurity Act…
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and we’re inviting you to go on a blind date – with a book! Library Lovers’ Day is 14th of February and Gunnedah Shire Library have partnered with GoCo to help you find your true literary love - just think of us as your hardcover cupids. If you are looking for a long-term reading relationship, local cafes around Gunnedah have Blind Date with a Book Boxes, just pick…
Held during March each year, the Weeks of Speed Festival is a unique programme of heart-thumping speed and speed-related activities and great family friendly entertainment. Organisers plan new events each year and in 2017 the Weeks of Speed programme bursts into action on Saturday March 4 and will continue each weekend thereafter, finishing on Sunday March 26, 2017. Download the Weeks of Speed Programme 2017, see what’s on and head to Gunnedah for some great…
07 February 2017

GoCo Run Launches

GoCo Community Transport is pleased to introduce The GoCo Run, a regular transport option servicing Tambar Springs, Mullaley, Premer, Curlewis, Carroll and Breeza.The GoCo Run will provide a weekly bus run to complement the existing range of community transport services, which include door to door transport for medical appointments, buses for shopping and social events, and half price taxi fares. GoCo have been providing affordable transport to the Gunnedah community since 1988, and ‘The GoCo…
Gunnedah Shire Council is seeking quotations from suitably qualified, licenced and insured companies for the provision of Tender and Contract administration services and project management/ supervision of the proposed construction and revegetation phases of the Blackjack Creek Flood Mitigation Project - Riparian Corridor/ Channel Reconstruction. The scope of works document and relevant appendices can be found in the COUNCIL > Tenders, Quotations & EOI section of Council’s website, or obtained from Council’s administration building 63…
Gunnedah Shire Council is currently preparing its Disability Inclusion Action Plan and encourages the community to get involved and have their say. The Gunnedah Shire Disability Inclusion Action Plan supports the National Disability Strategy and will set out, and prioritise Council’s actions to improve access and participation during the period 2017 to 2021. “In accordance with the NSW Disability Inclusion Act 2014, and with over 1.3 million people in NSW living with disability, the development…
During the last six months, thirteen Gunnedah residents have become Australian Citizens and have now been officially welcomed into Gunnedah’s diverse community. The new citizens come from a number of countries including Denmark, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the Philippines, Thailand, China, Pakistan and India. Recent Citizenship Ceremonies conducted by Council saw the new citizens take their oath or affirmation which symbolises the commitment to Australia and its people, the values we share and our common…