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Central Highlands Council is holding it’s annual Highlands Bushfest on Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th November 2016.
Registration is now open to households, schools, community groups and anyone who is up for a day of fun.
The Central Highlands Council is again involved in bringing this national initiative to the residents of the Central Highlands.
Council will be holding Bulky Waste Collection days throughout the Municipality during December.
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The Central Highlands covers 8,010 sq km, or 12 per cent of Tasmania’s land mass, and is home to disparate, but thriving communities.
It has a permanent population of 2,216 and 3,700 ratepayers, many of whom own shacks in the communities around the region’s numerous spectacular lakes and mountains.
The Central Highlands boasts glorious scenery and dramatic built heritage dating back to the early 19th century. It is the birthplace of Tasmania’s Hydro-Electric power system and home to the best trout fishing in the southern hemisphere.
Our region is host to a World Heritage Area, two national parks and other Wilderness Conservation Areas, to Tasmania’s recreational fly fishing, hunting and bushwalking communities, and has strong agricultural, horticultural and tourism industries.
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