FREE TREE PROGRAM 🌿🍃🌱
Council has approximately 2000 trees available for its 2021 Free Tree Program for residents living within the Kingston District Council area. Trees will need to be PRE ORDERED! Please call the Council office on 8767 2033 to place your order. Orders will then be pre-packaged for collection. Orders must be placed by 5.00pm Tuesday 27 April 2021.
Types of trees 🌳 available include:
Scarlet Bottlebrush, Squrrosa Bottlebrush, Drooping Sheaok, Bracelet Honey Myrtle. West Honey Myrtle, Malle Honey Myrtle, Red Honey Myrtle, Slender Honey Myrtle, Pulchella Honey Myrtle, Southern Blue Gum, Platypus Gum, Dryland Tea Tree and Tea Tree.
Quantities of each variety are varied and limited. Maximum of 50 trees per order ☘️ ... See moreSee less
22 hours ago
Claire Bradley need any more?
Catherine Wright do you need more?
Paula Williams Brian Hutchens
Donna Burns - i can plant and water them if you want any :)
Phil Klitscher did you need any for the block
Vicki Hagel Holdsworth
Campbell Jacks Robyn Campbell
Georgi Munro does Josh need some
Karen M Roach
Does Naracoorte Lucindale council, also have this program?
Well done Max
🎶 🎵 “I saw the sign and it opened up my eyes I saw the sign” 🎵🎶
A catchy tune for some eye-catching signs!
Keep your 👀 out for these contemporary new sign posts and signs coming to a Main Street near you! Our fabulous transport team are working on these over the coming days, here’s a sneak peek, they are awesome! ✅ ... See moreSee less
1 day ago
Council’s street sweeping contractor will be moving around Kingston early next week, from Monday 19 April to Tuesday 20 April, giving our streets some ‘TLC’ 🚚🍂🧹❤️
To assist our contractor, we ask that you please park your cars in your driveways, where possible. Thank you. ... See moreSee less
2 days ago
THE UNBREAKABLE FARMER 👨🏼🌾
The Unbreakable Farmer, Warren Davies is coming to Kingston next week, 21 & 22 April 2021! Come and listen to this inspirational speaker talk of his life story and how he overcame his struggles as a dairy farmer in Victoria. Now a keynote speaker, Facilitator and Mental Health advocate, Warren imparts his life lessons and pays forward his unique stories, their moral relevant to all ages, from the country to the city, a farmer or the CEO of a large corporation. His message is simple & so very important at a time when stress is seen as normal & depression is commonplace. Warren will change the thinking and behaviour of our most precious resource, our people!
You must hear his story. There is more to this farmer than meets the eye.
🗓 Wednesday 21 April 2021
📍 Nutrien Ag Solutions Kingston SE
🌭 BBQ Provided
🗓 Thursday 22 April 2021
📍 Kingston Community School Library
🧁 Morning Tea Provided
RSVP to 87672033 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Funded by Country SA PHN & Supported by Kingston District Council’s Community Wellbeing & Participation Initiative. ... See moreSee less
3 days ago
A Total Fire Ban has been declared for tomorrow, 13 April 2021, for the Lower South East with a rating of Extreme 🔥 ... See moreSee less
3 days ago
SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM WEDNESDAY 🙌😎
School holidays are here - YAY! Join us on Wednesday morning at the Kingston Community Garden for a fun filled morning planting seedings and learning about healthy eating. Bookings are essential due to limited spaces, please phone the Council office on 8767 2033 or send us an inbox to secure your place. ... See moreSee less
3 days ago
KIDS DISCO PARTY - TONIGHT 🎉💃🏼🕺🏼🎊
Get your boogie on tonight at our FREE supervised Kids Disco Party for children aged 5 - 12! Kids are invited to join us at the Kingston District Hall, from 5:30pm - 7:30pm for a fun filled evening. Bookings are essential, register via the following link - www.eventbrite.com.au/e/kids-disco-party-tickets-147903149301 ... See moreSee less
6 days ago
Have a fab time!!!!
My 2 girls had the best night thank you 🙏
Thank you Kingston District Council and other volunteers. My kids had a great night.
Due to forecast weather events and large swells anticipated over the weekend, Council will be removing the Faun Trackway from its location at Johnston Avenue today.
This removal is consistent with the expected use of the Faun Trackway over the fair weather summer period and the expected removal following Easter.
Council will monitor conditions, however it is unlikely that the Faun Trackway will be redeployed at the location until later in the year. ... See moreSee less
6 days ago