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Main Street Parking a Problem

The problem of Main Street parking has once again surfaced in Goondiwindi despite the provision of four free all-day off-street parking areas with main street access.

Keeping of Roosters - Prohibited

Following a recent number of complaints about crowing roosters within designated town areas it is timely to remind residents that under the provisions of Council’s Local Law No 2 Animal Management section 5 (1) the keeping of roosters within a designated town area is strictly prohibited.

Around Council

Your fortnightly update on Goondiwindi Regional Council works, projects and announcements.

Community Information Stand - Inglewood

Landowners, residents and interested parties of Inglewood and the surrounding area are invited to ‘drop-in’ to the Community Information Stand that will be set up in front of the Inglewood SES Building this Friday, 14th October 2016 between 2:00pm and 4:00pm


Goondiwindi now has its own weather station thanks to a Murray–Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) project that gives locals a full picture of conditions so they can plan for the future.

MCINTYRE RIVER HEIGHTS - Thursday, 6th October 2016

“Further to yesterday’s report, it would appear that the McIntyre River has peaked at 6.3 metres at approx. 1:00pm today. Hopefully, that will be the end of these flood events for a while”, Mayor Graeme Scheu said today. Levels at Texas, Inglewood and upstream are also receding but it will still be a long wait for those west of Goondiwindi.


“Recent flood events are slowly receding but as one event passes, another emerges”, a concerned Mayor Cr Scheu explained today.


Following the scattered rains that fell in the area on Monday and Monday night, the McIntyre River at Goondiwindi is expected to peak at approximately 6 metres late Thursday afternoon.

Region Dodges Another Bullet

Heavy rain was recorded in the Warwick and Millmerran area over the weekend causing sharp rises in the Condamine catchment. Fortunately, the event will have little impact upon the Goondiwindi Regional Council region a relieved Mayor Graeme Scheu explained today.

McIntyre River Heights - Thursday, 22nd September 2016

Further to previous predictions, the McIntyre River rose to a level of 8.56 metres at 11.30am yesterday and is now falling ever so slowly (7.92 metres at 7.00am this morning).
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