Find out how you can support the Northern Suburbs in coming home to the Rockhampton Region.
Whether it be reuniting you with your lost pet or providing advice on how to reduce nuisance barking, Council's Animal Management Unit is here to help!
The Rockhampton Regional Council manages six cemeteries within the Region
Offering occasional and long care for your little ones 6 weeks to school age, Monday to Friday. Talk to the City Child Care Centre about enrolment today!
Rockhampton Regional Council is committed to ensuring our Region is prepared for any disaster.
Council is responsible for regulating, registration & licensing of Environmental Nuisances, Environmentally Relevant Activities, Food Businesses, Personal Appearance Services & Public Health Risks.
Fitzroy River Water is a commercialised business unit of Rockhampton Regional Council and is responsible for operating and maintaining water and sewerage assets throughout the Region.
Find out what Local Laws apply in the Rockhampton Region.
We are responsible for planning and managing flood prone lands in our area.
This online interactive mapping portal is designed to provide spatial information in a visual format, such as administrative boundaries within the local government area, to all members of our community.
Invasive plants and animals exist in every local government area, costing Queensland more than $710 million every year in lost production and control costs.
Council plans, constructs and maintains roads, drains, footpaths and other public infrastructure throughout the Region.
Rockhampton Airport (ROK) is a major Australian regional airport that services the City of Rockhampton and Central Qld, with flights to Brisbane, Mackay, Townsville and Cairns.
The Vector Management Unit monitors and controls mosquitoes, rats and mice, biting midges (sandflies) and flies .
Our Vision | To live in a community without waste. We will become a “zero-waste” community by 2050, diverting 90% of waste from landfill.
Council projects focus on boosting the economy, benefiting the local community and attracting tourism to the region.