Shire of Cue - Queen of the Murchison

Public Notices

  • 2014/2015 Annual Electors Meeting

    In accordance with Provisions of the Local Government Act 1995, Electors of the Shire of Cue are hereby notified that Council has resolved to hold its Annual General Meeting of Electors on Wednesday the 10th of February 2016 in the Council Chambers, Lot 2 Austin Street, Cue commencing at 6.30pm.

    BUSINESS

    1.  Consider the 2014 / 15 Annual Report

    2.  General Business (At the discretion of the President)

    Copies of the 2014/15 Annual Report are available from the Shire of Cue Administration Office.  The 2014/15 Annual Report can also be viewed at the Shire of Cue web site.

    Phil Marshall

    Acting Chief Executive Officer

  • Royalties for Regions

    The Shire of Cue wishes to acknowledge the contribution by the West Australian Government and Royalties for Regions  in providing funding via the 2011-2012 Country Local Government Fund for the upgrade of the playground in Dowley Street and the construction of new staff housing in Burt Place and Chesson Street.

  • Position Vacancy - Plant Operator

    The Shire of Cue has a vacancy for a full time Plant Operator.

    To fulfil the requirements of this position the succsessful applicant should be able to operate a wide range of plant.  The ability to operate a grader to final trim would be advantageous.

    Applicants must hold a current HC licence, however a MC licence would be highly desirable.

    For further information or to obtain an application package please contact Noelene Meredith on 9963.8608 or email sao@cue.wa.gov.au.

    Application for this positon close on Friday 5 February 2016 at 4.00pm.

 

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Cue is the perfect place to stay a night or two when touring the outback Murchison region of Western Australia.

The Shire of Cue is 120kms south of Meekatharra and 80kms north of Mt Magnet, right in the middle of the beautiful outback. Its not a flat, arid landscape as people might imagine. The dark red backdrop is scattered with striking wildflowers, native animals, huge breakaways and bright white salt lakes. As you make your way into town you are struck by the heritage of the gold rush town lying in every building along the main street. If you are planning on including Cue in your outback adventure, its about 650km north-east of Perth and just over 400km from Geraldton. The best time for visting Cue is between April and September before the hot desert weather sets in.

 

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The Dryblower is our community newsletter which is produced by the Cue Community Resource Centre. Its a great read and you can download the latest copy right now.

 

Next Council Meeting

The next Cue Shire Council meeting will be held on the

  • Tuesday 16th February 2016

 

 

 

 

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Get in touch

Phone (08) 9963 8600

Email shire@cue.wa.gov.au

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