King Island Council

King Island Council covers the whole of King Island: an area of 1100 km² with a population of 1,683.
Street Address: Meech St, Currie
Postal Address: PO Box 147, Currie, King Island TAS 7256
Telephone: (03) 6462 9000
Fax: (03) 03 6462 1313
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Waste Management - Bin Collections
Commercial refuse is collected every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in Currie, with one Commercial refuse collection every second Wednesday in Grassy. 
Wheelie bin refuse is collected as follows:
Naracoopa every second Monday 
Curriee very second Tuesday
Grassy/Bold Head every second Wednesday
South of Currie every second Wednesday
North of Currie every second Friday
Youth Development
The King Island Council employs a Youth Development Officer for young people 12-25:
To be a contact person for young people who need information on any issue affecting them.
To develop ways in which young people can be consulted about things that affect them.
To work with businesses, government organisations, community groups and individuals to improve the needs of young people.
To help young people to participate in programs and activities which improve their social, mental and physical health. 
Programs currently in place include the the King Island Youth Centre, King Island Youth Action Group, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, National Youth Week and Community Involvement.
For further information Telephone 03 6462 9000. Email -  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Phoenix Community House
Phoenix Community House is open Monday to Friday, and provides a safe environment where King Islanders are supported as they develop their potential. 
Various classes are available as necessary and may include Adult Literacy, after school programs, book groups, craft activities, walking groups, music dance and movement for toddlers, over 50’s exercise group, quilting group, new parents group, school holiday activities and respite care.
Telephone Phoenix House on 03 6462 1746 for further information.
Tasmania is currently reviewing laws that will require cat owners to desex and microchip their animals.
Dogs over six months of age are required to be registered with the King Island Council.