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Local youth share their vision for Sorell Skate Park

After seeing the fantastic reaction to the Dunalley and Dodges Ferry Skate Parks by the local youth and skaters, Sorell Council recently initiated a community consultation session at the Sorell […]

‘Undercurrent’ Exhibition

Both passionate practicing artists, Eve Howard and Pamela Jones live a mere two kilometres apart, but until the impact of the 2013 bushfires in Tasmania’s South East did not know […]

Sorell Mural honours Neil Davis

Local artists have created a stunning mural in Sorell honouring the memory and legacy of Sorell raised and internationally acclaimed combat cameraman Neil Davis. The paintings at Neil Davis Place […]

Garlic Festival … Shines

Despite the advent of torrential down pours last Saturday the Koonya Garlic Festival held on the Tasman Peninsula once again can be touted as a resounding success with over 2,000 […]

Library Lovers at Dodges Ferry

The students at Dodges Ferry Primary School love their books, almost as much as they love their library technician Sallie Clark. Around 250 students and staff – just on half […]

Muster showcases Country Music Talent

Ideal weather, fantastic entertainment and a good crowd combined to make this year’s Primrose Sands Country Muster the best one ever. An estimated 400 plus people of all ages attended […]

Celebrating our Local Australia Day Wonders

Sorell Council’s 2018 Australia Day Awards were presented at a special event at the Sorell Memorial Hall on Thursday 25 January.  Around 120 friends, family and community members attended the […]

2018 Koonya Garlic Festival Set to Sizzle

As the 2018 Koonya Garlic Festival draws near and the pending excitement sends ripples throughout the state, ‘all things garlic’ are on the tips of garlic growers’ tongues, as they […]

School Expanding as Community Grows

Principal Pieta McKay has been preparing to welcome 470 students to Dodges Ferry Primary School this year and is planning for at least 550 students by 2022. “Over 30 years […]

Phil climbs high for Karina

A chance meeting with a German tourist at Unzoo on the Tasman Peninsula led Phil Hallam on a path of inspiration, dedication and determination, in memory of his late sister, […]