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Cassowary Coast Regional Council

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Local Government
Place:Innisfail
State/Country:Queensland, Australia
Subject Matter:Local Government
URL: http://www.cassowarycoast.qld.gov.au/
Summary Information:

The Cassowary Coast Regional Council was formed on 15 March 2008 through the State Government local government reform process. It is comprised of the former shires of Cardwell and Johnstone.


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