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City of Glenorchy

City of Glenorchy
The City of Glenorchy|state=Tasmania
Australian Place
NameCity of Glenorchy|state=Tasmania
Typelga
StateTasmania
Population 
Established1964
Area120 km2 46.3 sq mi
MayorAdriana Taylor
Council SeatGlenorchy
RegionHobart northern suburbs
State DistrictDenison
Federal DivisionDenison

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The City of Glenorchy is a Local Government Area of Tasmania which covers several northern suburbs of Hobart including the suburb of Glenorchy by the same name. The city is managed by Glenorchy City Council. Current mayor is Adriana Taylor.

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Preview of Adam_and_kim's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor⢠TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Glenorchy, New Zealand Entry Title: "Entry to lothlorien..." Entry: "Sunday 15th We have a pseudo lie-in this morning or rather the sun wakes us up rather than an alarm. But we get breakfast and tea sorted fairly quickly and get to the start of the Routeburn track for about 10:30am. After parking up and getting our stuff together we head down to the track and chat to a girl from Bristol who is surveying walkers and gives us a sweetie for filling them in. We check the maps and decide to aim for Harris Saddle which is the high point of the walk at 1255m some 12.5km away. We head up through the rainforest across rope bridges and creeks, to immaculate walking huts where people can pay to stay, much like a hostel. The upper part of the walk takes us round to view a second mountain range which are separated by huge U-shaped valleys carved by ancient glaciers. I probably won't describe much of today in any detail as we did the walk from the Routeburn Hut all the way through to Harris Saddle and to Harris Lake. The pictures we took on the walk say it all, so check them out. The scenery from this famous track is breathtaking. We eventually get back to the flatish part of the track and by the time 24km are up i've had enough but the van is round the corner and this is the furthest i have walked <b>...</b>
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Union calls for aldermen cut - TheMercury.com.au Tweet this news
TheMercury.com.au--THE -Glenorchy City- Council should be cut by four aldermen to save about $100000 a year, a union says. Australian Services Union assistant secretary Richard Duffy said the view was shared by many people. He said the money saved by cutt - Date : Tue, 24 May 2011 22:57:56 GMT+00:00
Brent St housing proposal - Tasmania Mercury Tweet this news
Tasmania Mercury--She said the Government was confident of gaining -Glenorchy City- Council planning approval for the project. State Architect Peter Poulet will oversee the development of the Master Plan. The demolition of the old school buildings on the - Date : Sun, 15 May 2011 22:43:22 GMT+00:00
Third sector appointments - Third Sector Magazine Tweet this news
Third Sector Magazine--Martin has experience in policy and communications, is also currently an Alderman on the -Glenorchy City- Council, and is a director and board member of several community and sporting organisations across southern Tasmania. ... - Date : Wed, 23 Mar 2011 03:32:15 GMT+00:00
moonah showcases taste of the world - Tasmanian Government Media Releases (press release) Tweet this news
Tasmanian Government Media Releases (press release)--“I am very pleased that the Tasmanian Government is able to support this exciting new event and I commend the -Glenorchy City- Council for its role in delivering what I am sure will be an important ac - Date : Sun, 27 Mar 2011 05:10:06 GMT+00:00
Bridge plan sparks anger - Tasmania Mercury Tweet this news
Tasmania Mercury---Glenorchy City- Council deputy mayor Christine Lucas said residents had not been consulted properly about the size and the travel path of the bridge. Ald Lucas said the bridge had been on the agenda for decades but the consultation proc - Date : Mon, 14 Mar 2011 21:48:25 GMT+00:00
Current Location in Site - Radio New Zealand Tweet this news
Radio New Zealand--A tramper who broke both legs after a 30-metre fall onto rocks near -Glenorchy- is described as incredibly lucky to be alive. Search and Rescue co-ordinator ... - Date : Sun, 30 Jan 2011 20:48:06 GMT+00:00
Council coy on joining forces - TheMercury.com.au Tweet this news
TheMercury.com.au---GLENORCHY City- Council appeared to go to water this week when faced with a proposed meeting with Hobart -City- Council to consider options on sharing services ... - Date : Wed, 08 Dec 2010 21:49:06 GMT+00:00
co-operating on the future of the midland highway - Tasmanian Government Media Releases (press release) Tweet this news
Tasmanian Government Media Releases (press release)--The Councils partnering with the Tasmanian Government are Brighton, Clarence -City-, -Glenorchy- City, Hobart City, Launceston City, Northern Midlands and ... - Date : Fri, 17 Dec 2010 04:17:25 GMT+00:00
Council seeks radiation advice - Tasmania Mercury Tweet this news
Tasmania Mercury--Development cannot start on the -Glenorchy- sites until the Hobart -City- Council approves development of sites in its area.--- - Date : Mon, 13 Dec 2010 21:34:16 GMT+00:00
Demographics call for fresh approach - Otago Daily Times Tweet this news
Otago Daily Times--Dunedin was a -city- of international recognition and the leading business dynamo of New Zealand. One hundred years later (by the 1970s), not much had changed ... - Date : Wed, 08 Dec 2010 16:29:00 GMT+00:00

Suburbs of Hobart

City of HobartBattery Point * Cascades * CBD * Cornelian Bay * Dynnyrne * Fern Tree * Glebe * Lenah Valley * Mount Nelson * Mount Stuart * New Town * North Hobart * Ridgeway * Sandy Bay * South Hobart * Tolmans Hill * West Hobart
City of GlenorchyAbbotsfield * Austins Ferry * Berriedale * Chigwell * Claremont * Collinsvale * Derwent Park * Dowsing Point * Glenlusk * Glenorchy * Goodwood * Granton * Lutana * Montrose * Moonah * Rosetta * Springfield * West Moonah
City of ClarenceActon Park * Bellerive * Cambridge * Clarendon Vale * Clifton Beach * Cremorne * Flagstaff Gully * Geilston Bay * Howrah * Lauderdale * Lindisfarne * Montagu Bay * Mornington * Mount Rumney * Oakdowns * Opossum Bay * Otago * Risdon * Risdon Vale * Roches Beach * Rokeby * Rose Bay * Rosny * Rosny Park * Sandford * Seven Mile Beach * South Arm * Tranmere * Warrane
Kingborough CouncilBlackmans Bay * Bonnet Hill * Firthside * Howden * Huntingfield * Kingston * Kingston Beach * Maranoa Heights * Taroona
Brighton CouncilBridgewater * Brighton * Gagebrook * Green Point * Old Beach
Sorell CouncilMidway Point * Sorell

Local Government Areas of Tasmania grouped by areas

CentralCentral Highlands * Northern Midlands * Southern Midlands
Hobart areaBrighton * City of Clarence * City of Glenorchy * City of Hobart * Kingborough * Sorell
Launceston areaCity of Launceston * George Town * Meander Valley * West Tamar
North-east areaBreak O'Day * Dorset * Flinders
North-west and west coastCentral Coast * Circular Head * City of Burnie * City of Devonport * Kentish * King Island * Latrobe * Waratah-Wynyard * West Coast
South-east areaDerwent Valley * Glamorgan Spring Bay * Huon Valley * Tasman



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