Mossman is firing up for NAIDOC Week 2021 with a calendar of events celebrating the rich and diverse cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
A new $5.6 million project for the Mossman and Tully regions will see Terrain NRM and Mossman Agricultural Services work with Mossman cane farmers, through agricultural extension officers and agribusiness providers, to identify factors that are restricting the uptake of fertiliser by cane plants. These measures will improve the quality of water flowing to the Great Barrier Reef while also improving yield.
BAILLIE LODGES WORKS on the much-anticipated refurbishment of Tropical North Queensland luxury bolthole Silky Oaks Lodge have commenced today, with parent company Baillie Lodges confirming…
A jam-packed calendar of Christmas events is setting the scene for the community to #DoItInDouglas to see out 2020. Late night shopping with Santa in Port Douglas, the return of a popular Mossman street party and a Christmas Sunday Market headline a ‘December in Douglas’ program unveiled by Douglas Shire Council and the Douglas Chamber of Commerce.
Mossman is firing up for NAIDOC Week to be held 8-15 November, 2020 with a calendar of events celebrating the rich and diverse cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Always Was, Always Will Be, is NAIDOC Week’s theme for 2020, recognising that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years.
Mossman Support Services recently welcomed a new manager Heather Taylor on board. Enjoy today’s chat with Heather, and catch up with the latest happenings at your local community centre.
Heather joined the team in March, and little more than a week later, COVID-19 forced the closure of the Centre at a time when community needs remained high, and grew even more.
The Mossman Gorge has always held a special place in the hearts of Douglas residents and those who choose to visit this special place. Today, Natalie chats with Assistant General Manager, Rachael Hodges, about what visitors can expect to see when visiting, the incredible achievements in Indigenous tourism and her favourite Mossman Gorge experience.
As the Douglas Shire awakens from the COVID-19 lockdown, each week, DouglasNews.Network shines a light on a local business operating within the stunning backyard we call home.Today, Jason from tour operator Back Country Bliss gives Natalie the lowdown on everything blissful, and chats about taking the path less travelled on Back Country Bliss’s Devil’s Thumb hiking tour.