Fraser Coast Regional Council

Fraser Coast Regional Council covers an area of 7,125 km2, has a population of more than 96,000 residents and is located in the Wide Bay–Burnett region of Queensland, Australia, about 250 kilometres north of Brisbane. The mix of stunning landscapes, islands, cities and towns is looked after diligently by the Mayor and 10 Councillors.

Fraser Coast Regional Council aims to value, protect and celebrate the cultural diversity of this region by building community spirit and embracing creative arts. They exist to govern for the benefit of the community by providing infrastructure, services, sustainable development and focussing on the social needs of the community.

Fraser Coast Regional Council partnered with Live Life Get Active in April 2018 and currently sponsors 0 locations. Without the generous support of Fraser Coast Regional Council, the provision of free outdoor fitness camps at these locations would not be possible. For more information about their camp locations and what members have to say, please read below.

Started: April 2018
Camps: 0


I am more positive since attending the camp. My routine has improved and feel stronger both physically and mentally.”
Donna, Torquay/Hervey Bay

What else is Fraser Coast Regional Council up to?

Council invests in incentives to grow jobs and economy
Showcase of Fraser Coast artistic talent to be unveiled
Fraser Coast Sports and Recreation Precinct