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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Solar Project Charging Ahead

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Mareeba Shire Council's solar project is charging ahead with several sites now fitted with solar…

Showcasing the Shire

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Mareeba Shire Council has endorsed a Shire-wide digital marketing campaign, to attract visitors to the…

Barron Falls Walking Trail on Track

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The new Barron Falls Walking Trail is back on track after recent weather caused damage…

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March 2, 2021 in News

Water Main Upgrades Continue

The Water Main Upgrade Project at Mount Molloy is now complete, maintaining ongoing water supply…
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February 24, 2021 in Latest from Council, News, Projects

Solar Project Charging Ahead

Mareeba Shire Council's solar project is charging ahead with several sites now fitted with solar…
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February 22, 2021 in Latest from Council, News

Showcasing the Shire

Mareeba Shire Council has endorsed a Shire-wide digital marketing campaign, to attract visitors to the…
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February 18, 2021 in Latest from Council, News

Barron Falls Walking Trail on Track

The new Barron Falls Walking Trail is back on track after recent weather caused damage…
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February 17, 2021 in Latest from Council, News, Uncategorized

Frogbit Declared Local Pest

Amazon Frogbit has been declared a local pest following an emergency declaration made by Council…
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