Community Information

Have Your Say on Local Government Reform

This is your chance to be part of the Future of Local Government Review!

The Tasmanian Government is undertaking a broad review of the role, function and design of Local Government in Tasmania.  Community input into the review is vital, this is your chance to have your say, during the stage one public engagement period ending in May 2022.

To find out more about this might work, and to let the Review know what your thoughts on Local Government are, go to The Future of Local Government Review project page here:

As part of the review, you can have your voice heard directly through a community workshop to be held in Nubeena at 10.30 on Wednesday 4 May.

To find out more or register visit:

You must register in advance to attend the workshop.

If you would like to have your say, and have your voice heard, but can’t attend a workshop, you can’t still participate using an online survey, to access the survey go to:

You can also contact the Project Hotline and leave a message for the project team to call you back by calling (03) 9021 0622.

If you are unable to attend a workshop or fill in an online survey, or if you’d like to host your own discussion, you can download a Conversation Tool Kit and make a submission.  Submissions are being accepted until 22 May 2022.

The Tool Kit and instructions are available here: Hard copies available at the Council Offices in Nubeena.

Or, if you would like to provide a written submission you can post it to

Future of Local Government Review

CE.Lab, 96 Pelham Street

Carlton, Victoria 3053.

Submissions must be submitted by 22 May 2022.

This is your chance to have a say in the future of local government in your community!

Jobs and Learning Roadshow – Nubeena

Due to the Public Holiday occurring on the 22 September, the Jobs and Learning Roadshow has been rescheduled to Thursday 3 November.

Tasmania Fire Service are Recruiting Volunteers NOW!

Download the poster containing further information below.

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Changes to the use of Council Facilities

Council wishes to advise that jumping castles, zorb balls and similar (land-borne inflatable amusements) can no longer be used or erected at any event being held on Council owned land, on land controlled by the Council or in Council facilities.  This decision was endorsed at the Council Meeting held on Wednesday 23 February 2022, and will be reviewed periodically.

Road Widening Project, Arthur Highway, Eaglehawk Neck

The Tasmanian Government is improving the safety of the Arthur Highway at Eaglehawk Neck by improving the road surface and widening the road between Old Jetty Road and Blowhole Road. They will also be making provision for a pathway between the Dog Line Memorial and Blowhole Road. The project is funded by the Tasmanian Government as part of the Visitor Economy Roads Package.

On Monday, 19 September 2022 construction of the Arthur Highway between Old Jetty Road and Blowhole Road, Eaglehawk Neck will resume until Monday 12 December 2022.

Major Changes to traffic flow on Tasman Highway and Penna Road

The Department of State Growth has advised that there will be major changes to traffic flow on the Tasman Highway and Penna Road from Wednesday, 9th February 2022. Please see the attached for further information.

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Midway Point Intersection Solution

This project will improve the flow of traffic through Midway Point, and will align with any future duplication of the causeways.

Please follow this link to Transport Services to read further information on this project  or alternatively, please view this document Midway Point Intersection Solution.

Bus Services for Seasonal Harvest Workers

Are you looking for seasonal work and require transport?

If you are looking or have just registered your interest in seasonal harvest work and will require transport to and from the farm: Register your interest to the “Seasonal Worker Transport Pilot Program” now via this link

Local Government Legislation Review

The Tasmanian Government is conducting a major review of Tasmania’s Local Government Legislation Framework.

The Review was announced in June 2018 and will involve extensive consultation with the local government sector, the community and affected stakeholders

Reform Directions Paper – Phase Two

For further information on this review, including information on consultation sessions, please visit

Community Event Information

For a full view of all Tasman community events

Tasman Volunteering

As we are a small community, we rely on the support and volunteering of community members.  If you are interested in volunteering and would like more information on volunteering within the Tasman Community please click on the link below.