David-McLachlan

Councillor David McLachlan has represented the Hamilton Ward since October 2006. The Hamilton Ward comprises the Brisbane northside suburbs of Bowen Hills (north of Montpelier Rd), Newstead (north of Longland St), Albion, Ascot, Clayfield, Hamilton, Hendra, Pinkenba, Kalinga, Hamilton Northshore, and Wooloowin (east of Kedron Park Road)

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jan(jan 28)9:30 amjun(jun 9)10:30 pmPilatesEvery Tuesday 9:30am to 10:30amMonth Long Event (january) Kalinga Park

jan(jan 31)8:30 amjun(jun 12)9:30 amTai Chi and Qigong for balance, stability and healthy ageingEvery Friday 8:30am to 9:30am Month Long Event (january) Newstead Park

feb(feb 3)1:30 pmjun(jun 8)2:30 pmMeditationEvery Monday 1:30pm to 2:30pmMonth Long Event (february) The Community Place

feb(feb 3)3:00 pmjun(jun 8)4:00 pmChair YogaEvery Monday 3pm to 4pmMonth Long Event (february) The Community Place

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19 hours ago

Cr David McLachlan

This year's Christmas Tree Lighting is a bit different- it's VIRTUAL! Check it out here for more information! www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/whats-on-and-events/event/lord-mayors-lighting-of-the-christmas-tree-1496... ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Cr David McLachlan
Youve been able to see (and drive on!) the new Kingsford Smith Drive/ Racecourse Road intersection, but you wouldnt have seen the work underneath it while the road was being built. Here is a snapshot of whats underneath the road!

You've been able to see (and drive on!) the new Kingsford Smith Drive/ Racecourse Road intersection, but you wouldn't have seen the work underneath it while the road was being built. Here is a snapshot of what's underneath the road! ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Cr David McLachlan
Anywhere Festival has been a Brisbane City Council sponsored event for a number of years which invites over 80,000 locals and visitors alike to explore local nooks and crannies with performances anywhere by emerging and established acts of all genres: theatre in backyards, comedy in kitchens, dance on bridges, circus in boxes, music in car parks, poetry on rooftops and walking tours anywhere. 

To get involved, expressions of interest for hosts and performers/groups close 6 December. For all details and to apply click https://anywhere.is/perform-anywhere/

Anywhere Festival has been a Brisbane City Council sponsored event for a number of years which invites over 80,000 locals and visitors alike to explore local nooks and crannies with performances anywhere by emerging and established acts of all genres: theatre in backyards, comedy in kitchens, dance on bridges, circus in boxes, music in car parks, poetry on rooftops and walking tours anywhere.

To get involved, expressions of interest for hosts and performers/groups close 6 December. For all details and to apply click anywhere.is/perform-anywhere/
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Thank you for sharing! We're can't wait to see what local performers get involved and which local homes and businesses are keen to host a performance 😉

6 days ago

Cr David McLachlan

🐝The Crosby Road Bushcare Group working bee will be this Saturday 28th November from 8am. 🐝

If you can offer a few hours of your time it would be very much appreciated.

Meet at the Crosby Road steps. Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear, bring gloves, a water bottle and wear a hat and sunscreen.

There will be the usual clean up and weeding, and will also have a delivery of soil which needs to be spread out around the bottom of the steps - so the group can plant natives in a few months time
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6 days ago

Cr David McLachlan
To assist in driving suburban economic vitality, Council is helping businesses and property owners to upgrade their shopfronts via a matched grant program. Funding will cover up to 50% of the cost of visual improvements to a suburban shopfront exterior, to a maximum of $5,000. The balance of the costs for the shopfront improvement (remaining 50%) would then be met by the applicant. Applications for the Suburban Shopfront Improvement Grant are currently open and will remain open until 11:59pm on Wednesday 23 December 2020.

For more information, you can visit: https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/business-in-brisbane/business-opportunities/suburban-shopfront-improvement-grants

To assist in driving suburban economic vitality, Council is helping businesses and property owners to upgrade their shopfronts via a matched grant program. Funding will cover up to 50% of the cost of visual improvements to a suburban shopfront exterior, to a maximum of $5,000. The balance of the costs for the shopfront improvement (remaining 50%) would then be met by the applicant. Applications for the Suburban Shopfront Improvement Grant are currently open and will remain open until 11:59pm on Wednesday 23 December 2020.

For more information, you can visit: www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/business-in-brisbane/business-opportunities/suburban-shopfront-improvemen...
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Comment on Facebook To assist in driving...

Can we please get some landscaping in Racecourse Rd? Maybe new grass all the way down instead of in patches. And maybe some garden beds around the trees? The street needs a lift also

Good idea ..could assist Businesses refresh 👍

1 week ago

Cr David McLachlan

Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has announced that the Lord Mayor's Seniors Christmas Parties will be going ahead! If you would like more information you can visit Council's website or click the link here: www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/community-and-safety/community-support/seniors/council-activities-and-eve... ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Cr David McLachlan
Cafe 63 back on Racecourse Rd and looking good!  Corner Beatrice Terrace.  Well done Hamish and team.

Cafe 63 back on Racecourse Rd and looking good! Corner Beatrice Terrace. Well done Hamish and team. ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook Cafe 63 back on ...

The last owners of the old one knew how to run a good business into the ground. Welcome back Hamish.

Yay Hamish

👏👏👏

Fantastic,

2 weeks ago

Cr David McLachlan
Brisbane has earned its reputation as a dog-friendly city, with nearly 40% of Brisbane homes now owning a four-legged family member - up 10% over the past year.
However, with just 50% of dogs registered with Brisbane City Council, we’re rolling out new designer dog tags to encourage responsible pet ownership and to help reunite owners and their four-legged friends quickly if they’re ever separated.

The tags will be available from mid-december but for more information in the meantime you can visit https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/laws-and-permits/laws-and-permits-for-residents/animals-and-pets/cats-and-dogs/dog-registrationImage attachment

Brisbane has earned its reputation as a dog-friendly city, with nearly 40% of Brisbane homes now owning a four-legged family member - up 10% over the past year.
However, with just 50% of dogs registered with Brisbane City Council, we’re rolling out new designer dog tags to encourage responsible pet ownership and to help reunite owners and their four-legged friends quickly if they’re ever separated.

The tags will be available from mid-december but for more information in the meantime you can visit www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/laws-and-permits/laws-and-permits-for-residents/animals-and-pets/cats-and...
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Love this! Any progress on the off-leash Dog park at Newstead? I heard a rumour that it was in danger of being shut down...

2 weeks ago

Cr David McLachlan
Hamilton Reach Association is holding a community event featuring food trucks and community market stalls. It is BYO picnic basket or you can preorder a hamper from Hamilton Hampers at hamiltonhampers@gmail.com. It will be taking place Saturday 28th November 4pm, at MacArthur Avenue, Hamilton Reach.

Hamilton Reach Association is holding a community event featuring food trucks and community market stalls. It is BYO picnic basket or you can preorder a hamper from Hamilton Hampers at hamiltonhampers@gmail.com. It will be taking place Saturday 28th November 4pm, at MacArthur Avenue, Hamilton Reach.**TWILIGHT PICNIC** Hamilton Reach
4 PM, 28th November
Calamari Bros food truck will be there for your calamari, fish & chips. Hampers & grazing platters available for preorder by Hamilton Hampers
Peter from Sense Of Taste Portside has a special deal for you to purchase your drinks, just mention Hamilton reach twilight picnic down at Portside and he will sort you out...
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Comment on Facebook **TWILIGHT PICNIC** ...

Why have you stopped people buying fruit and veggies from Missy Maes outside of Devour Cafe on Friday mornings? It was a great end to the week, coffee some breakfast, veggies and their fantastic honey.

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