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Welcome to the Eudunda Community, Business & Tourism Committee website. Here is the ‘Latest Major News Items’ for our Committee, Eudunda and the region of Southern Goyder.
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ECBAT Proud to Open – Eudunda Caravan Park
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Eudunda Caravan Park Opens – June 2017 The Eudunda Community, Business & Tourism Committee (ECBAT) with support from the Regional Council of Goyder proudly announce the new Eudunda Caravan Park. Developed on the old Eudunda BMX Track, at Oval Crescent, Eudunda, this modest caravan park has great features, shared with the Eudunda Swimming Pool, the amenities are spacious, clean and quite new. With both powered and unpowered sites and free camping further back, there is something for everyone. ECBAT was very pleased to see that within ...

ECBAT News Brief for May 2017
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The members of the Eudunda Community Business and Tourism committee (ECBaT) have for some time been discussing how they can have a higher profile in the community and have a greater community involvement at their meetings. Part of their strategy has been to have regular reports in the Leader Newspaper and to also have reports via electronic media with the Southern Goyder Newsletter and on our website, and social media. All community groups are encouraged to send information to Peter Herriman ...

Eudunda Tidy Towns Competition to include “Best Rural Garden” for 2017
Eudunda Tidy Towns Competition - Best Rural Garden
This year the Eudunda Tidy Towns Competition is including “Best Rural Garden” into the judging categories. If you think your garden is worthy of holding this title then please register your interest. Share this:FacebookTwitterEmail

ECBAT Minutes – May 30th 2017
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The Eudunda Community, Business & Tourism (ECBAT) Committee Minutes for 2017 You can also find these minutes on the Regional Council of Goyder website, as the ECBAT minutes are submitted to council. 5 – ECBAT Minutes 30th May 2017 Share this:FacebookTwitterEmail

ECBAT Minutes – May 2nd 2017
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The Eudunda Community, Business & Tourism (ECBAT) Committee Minutes for 2017 You can also find these minutes on the Regional Council of Goyder website, as the ECBAT minutes are submitted to council. 4 – ECBAT Minutes 2nd May 2017 Share this:FacebookTwitterEmail

ECBAT Celebrating Volunteers – FREE Afternoon Tea
ECBAT Volunteer Afternoon Tea 7th May 2017
Volunteer Afternoon Tea – FREE 7th May 2017 – 2pm to 4pm ALL VOLUNTEERS WELCOME Eudunda Hall Hosted by ECBAT A ‘Celebration of Volunteerism’ Recognizing the fantastic work that our local volunteers of all walks of life do to help our community function to the great level it does. As part of supporting the Community, ECBAT recognize the strong community value in the Volunteers in so many areas of the Community. Without their fantastic effort the community would not be the same as it is today. it is difficult to know how to thank ...

News about Bruce Street Parking
14th April 2017 The Regional Council of Goyder (RCOG) will address the Bruce Street Parking again at the next General Council meeting for 18th April 2017. Some concerned Eudunda residents will attend the meeting to hear what Councillors have to say and what decision they make about the Bruce St parking. You can check the meeting agenda at http://www.goyder.sa.gov.au/webdata/resources/minutesAgendas/Agenda%2018-04-17.pdf Hints: You may need to set your browser scaling to 100% to read the document better (although you may need to ‘scale to fit’ for ...

ECBAT News Brief for March 2017
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A number of members of the Eudunda Community, Business & Tourism (ECBaT), a representative from SA Ambulance and several other interested community members attended the March meeting of the Regional Council of Goyder to listen to the discussions concerning the parking in Bruce Street. Any changes are currently on hold as the council seeks further information from the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) and the Council’s insurers, the Local Government Liability Scheme. A small group gathered on Clean Up ...

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