News

Saturday, November 3 2018:

Wondai has today been announced as Queensland’s Tidiest Town for 2018, taking out the overall title in this year’s prestigious Queensland Tidy Towns competition.

Other awards will be announced as follows. Please check the honour roll for a list of award winners.

Cleaner Greener School award: Wondai P-9 State School

Community Spirit award: Landsborough & Dirranbandi

Community Champion award: Frank Deshon (Dirranbandi)

Environmental Protection award: Julia Creek

Environmental Innovation award: Boulia

Heritage and Culture award: Mitchell

Litter Legend award: Cr Rick Baberowski

Waste Warrior award:¬†Edison’s Burger Bar (Emerald)

Energy Innovation award: Emerald & Julia Creek

Destination award: Springsure

Friendliest Town: Cloncurry

Thursday, March 1 2018:

Communities across the Sunshine State can now register to be assessed in the 2018 Queensland Tidy Towns awards and accreditation program. Registration is now open. Participating towns need to compile their submission and submit on or before Friday, June 29. This year, the prestigious ‘awards’ return. The now combined accreditation and awards better reflects the comprehensive approach that has been a part of the Tidy Towns ethos for 50 years.

Friday, November 10 2017:

The town of Hughenden in Flinders Shire has been named Queensland’s Tidiest Town for 2017 by environmental movement, Keep Queensland Beautiful.

Click Here to read the media release

Click Here to read Hughenden’s Tidy Towns profile

Queensland Tidy Towns Accreditation and Awards