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Stay in the loop with council information sessions

If you’re feeling a little unsure about your responsibilities as a pet owner, council is holding some free information sessions in the coming weeks. 


Pets in Public Spaces is an opportunity for you to join council rangers as they offer up tips and advice about some of the most important things you need to know for the furry members of your family. You can even bring your pet along for the session with free microchipping for your registered dog at each event with no booking required.  


If you aren’t sure whether your pooch is registered, jump online now and make it happen via 


Pets in Public Spaces information sessions are being held: 


  • Saturday January 20, 6am-11am, Aurora Boulevard Park (22 Aurora Boulevard) North Lakes. 

  • Saturday February 10, 8am-12pm, Les Hughes Sporting Complex (86 Baker Street) Bray Park. 


For further information, jump onto the council website or phone 3205 0555. 


If you’re looking into applying for a grant this year, council is here to help. They are providing free 20-minute Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) information sessions with a grants officer to help those applicants wanting to apply for specific creative projects. 


RADF is a partnership between the Queensland government and council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland. The RADF provides funding to individuals and community organisations for projects that promote and develop arts, culture and heritage in the region.  


These face-to-face sessions are intended to give feedback to potential applicants. 

Available RADF categories:  

  • Continue creating (quick response for individual applicants only) 

  • Developing creative skills 

  • Creative tourism               

  • Collections and stories 

  • Creative concept development  

Council's RADF grant round opens March 1, 2024 and closes March 31, 2024. 

The information sessions will be held on Thursday February 29 from 6pm-9pm at the North Lakes Community Centre (10 The Corso) North Lakes. 

For further information please contact the Cultural Activation team via or visit  


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