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Aboriginal Organisations

There are two Aboriginal associations in the Flinders Municipality: the Cape Barren Island Aboriginal Association and Flinders Island Aboriginal Association.
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Community calendar

Visit the Community Calendar to find out what’s happening in the Flinders Municipality. To promote an upcoming event or activity, talk to the Community Development Department or Council front desk for guidelines on how to add your event to the Calendar. Please note your event may not appear live on the calendar until a Council officer approves your submission.
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Community Events

There is a wide range of events held in the Flinders Municipality throughout the year. Visit the Community Calendar now to see what’s on. If you are planning an event or activity, Council staff can guide you through licensing and other requirements that may be necessary or you can download our Event Management Guide.
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Community Noticeboard

The Flinders Municipality is a very busy little community! Check out the latest community news and events.
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Volunteers

Flinders Council recognises the generous support donated by our community members and organisations, which enhances the social fabric of Flinders Island. To help deliver a variety of projects, programs and events that benefit the broader community, Council provides a range of supports for volunteers, along with regular in-kind assistance to Island-based and external organisations.
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Funerals

Flinders Council is the Funeral Director for the Municipality. Council manages and coordinates all burials at three local cemeteries: Lady Barron, Whitemark, and Settlement Point.
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Health and Wellbeing

Flinders Council provides a number of health promotion and preventative health initiatives throughout the year aimed at positively influencing the health and wellbeing of the Flinders communities. Visit the Community Calendar to find out what’s on.
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Participation

Flinders Council’s Community Development staff aims to foster healthy, thriving and safe communities. Council provides leadership, services and support that contribute to the wellbeing and sustainability of the Furneaux Community and its environment.
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Natural Resource Management

Natural Resource Management (NRM) refers to the management of natural resources such as land, water, soil, plants and animals. NRM is especially interested in how management may affect the quality of life for both present and future generations of the Furneaux Region.
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Safety

The Furneaux Region takes safety very seriously. Flinders Council is committed to maintaining and improving the health and safety of the community, providing resources and assistance across a number of key areas,. The wellbeing of the region also depends on individuals having clear emergency safety plans and on the generosity of the many community members who volunteer to help in emergency situations. Find out more in this section on: Fire safety, State Emergency Service (SES), Police & Crime Stoppers, Marine safety, Ambulance & Hospital, and Workplace safety.

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