Restrictions have eased for those who are fully vaccinated. The stay-at-home orders are still in place for those with a single vaccination. They will ease further after the state hits an average 80% double vaccinated. This is expected to be 18 October. On 1 December most restrictions will be lifted for everyone, regardless of their vaccination status.
More information is at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/easing-covid-19-restrictions
You can see which of our services have been impacted by COVID-19.
QPRC Services and COVID-19
In This Section
The election scheduled for 4 September 2021 has been postponed until 4 December 2021. Nominations for Councillors open on 25 October 2021. More information is available on the Office of Local Government website.
The elections held on 9 September 2017 saw 11 new councillors elected to represent the community. The Council is (in order of election):
At the meeting held on 25 September 2019, Cr Tim Overall was re-elected as Mayor for a two-year period. At the September 2020 meeting, Cr Michele Biscotti was elected as Deputy Mayor for a 12-month term.
Pictured above from left to right are - (top row) Cr Kenrick Winchester, Cr Michele Biscotti, Cr Mark Schweikert, Cr Pete Harrison, Cr Brian Brown, Cr Peter Marshall, Cr Peter Bray AM (front row) Cr Trudy Taylor (Deputy Mayor), Cr Trevor Hicks, Cr Tim Overall (Mayor), Cr Radmila Noveska
The role of a Councillor is, as a member of the governing body of the Council:
The role of a Councillor is, as an elected person: