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COVID-19 Weekly Update Newsletter

Southern Downs Regional Council has implemented a COVID-19 Weekly Update Newsletter. This newsletter is in place to provide a single, concise update for residents. This newsletter will provide links to direct outlets issuing notices.

You can sign up for the COVID-19 Weekly Update newsletter here - http://eepurl.com/btUxkT

If you are already subscribed to the Southern Downs eNews you will automatically received the COVID-19 Weekly Update, however, we do ask that if you know someone who isn't subscribed, please encourage them to do so using this link. For assistance subscribing, please call 1300 697 372. 

You can find the latest COVID-19 Weekly Update newsletter at https://mailchi.mp/b15c4cadf1fe/sdrc-covid-19-weekly-update-newsletter

 

Video Updates

Please click here to view the latest video updates from Southern Downs Regional Council.

 

 

Available Facilities

Southern Downs Regional Council has recently reopened the following facilities:

Allora Library  78 Herbert Street, Allora
Warwick Library  49 Albion Street, Warwick
Stanthorpe Library  56 Lock Street, Stanthorpe
Stanthorpe Visitor Information Centre  28 Leslie Parade, Stanthorpe
Warwick Visitor Information Centre  Town Hall, 72 Palmerin St, Warwick
 Stanthorpe Art Gallery  56 Lock Street, Stanthorpe
 Warwick Art Gallery  49 Albion Street, Warwick
 Washpool Reserve camp site
 Stanthorpe, Killarney, Allora, Warwick Pools
 Warwick Administration Building  64 Fitzroy Street, Warwick
 Stanthorpe Administration Building  61 Marsh Street, Stanthorpe
 Allora Administration Building  78 Herbert Street, Allora

 

Closed Facilities

Connolly Dam camping facilities.

Southern Downs Regional Council has reopened public toilets.  

Please note: the road may be closed again subject to future COVID-19 restrictions.

 

COVID-19 Agency & Community Support Guide

The following guide has been collated of supports and agency contacts on all manner of services that may be of benefit to you or someone you know during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This guide is relevant to individuals, families, carers, schools, community groups, and service organisations and includes specific phone numbers, websites and after hours contacts in addition to a description of the tools and support available. 

COVID-19 Agency & Community Support Guide (PDF 2.8MB)

The COVID-19 Agency & Community Support Guide can also be viewed by section topic here.

 


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