A growing, confident and sustainable Shire

Mareeba Shire is a growing, confident and sustainable Shire on the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland. A Shire of diversity with a vibrant, multicultural population and landscapes that vary from World Heritage Rainforest and breathtaking waterfalls to productive agricultural farms and cattle properties.  The Shire’s estimated population of just over 22,000, is dispersed across 53,457km2. Most of the Shire’s population resides in the Mareeba and Kuranda townships with the remaining 6,000 people in the many small, rural and remote communities including Chillagoe, Almaden, Petford, Dimbulah, Mutchilba, Koah, Speewah, Biboohra, Mt Molloy, Julatten, Mt Carbine, Irvinebank and Watsonville.

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Parks and Open Spaces Survey

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Mareeba Shire Council recognises the importance of providing quality public spaces and facilities to encourage…

Ready to Welcome Back Visitors

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Queensland Premier Annastasia Palaszczuk announced this week that border restrictions would be lifted from 1…

Christmas Lights Competition

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It's time to brighten up our Shire this festive season. Nominations are open for the…

Christmas Appeal

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Each year, the Mayor’s Christmas Appeal plays a vital role to support those in need…

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December 1, 2020 in General News, Latest from Council

Parks and Open Spaces Survey

Mareeba Shire Council recognises the importance of providing quality public spaces and facilities to encourage…
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November 25, 2020 in Featured, General News, Latest from Council

Ready to Welcome Back Visitors

Queensland Premier Annastasia Palaszczuk announced this week that border restrictions would be lifted from 1…
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November 19, 2020 in General News, Uncategorized

Celebrating 20 Years of Visitors

Kuranda Visitor Information Centre celebrates 20 years of welcoming visitors to the Village in the…
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November 18, 2020 in General News

Mareeba Croc Survey Findings

A report tabled at November's Council meeting confirmed that at this point in time, there…
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November 18, 2020 in General News

New Site for Kuranda Cemetery

Mareeba Shire Council has acquired a parcel of land located adjacent to the existing Kuranda…
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