Australia Day – new beginnings 

January 27, 2023Posted in: Corporate Affairs, News

Close up of classic cars lined up under trees in berrima

Residents, friends and families made the most of a stunning Summer’s day, loving the variety of venue pop-ups,  picnicking in the park, sipping local cool climate wines, and cooling off with cups of iced teas over a chat with Council. The heat made it timely for our local RFS to talk with people about planning and preparing their...

No time to spare – an exhibition in The Atrium

January 20, 2023Posted in: Corporate Affairs, Events

Black and white photo of Highlands landscape with yellow wheel barrow in bottom right foreground. Photo by Richard Batterley.

Love our local heritage? Don’t miss this wonderful photographic exhibition in The Atrium at our Civic Centre, from 14 January to 24 February. Highlighting key heritage sites across the Southern Highlands at risk of being lost to future generations, No Time To Spare features over 25 beautifully curated images. To celebrate Seniors Festival, there will...

A better Old South Road, with less disruption

January 11, 2023Posted in: Delivering, Roads and Assets

As we prepare to move quickly on much needed improvements to Old South Road, Wingecarribee Shire Council have made arrangements to minimise disruption for residents. “Taking on board community feedback about the closure of Old South Road for construction, coinciding with works at Station Street, we’ve balanced these concerns with the urgency of completing the...

Collaborative opportunities highlighted in Joint Region Economic Development Strategy

December 23, 2022Posted in: Listening, Other

Moss Vale, Kramer Photography ©

An Economic Development Strategy prepared by the Canberra Region Joint Organisation (CRJO), outlining key pillars for future economic growth for councils in south-east NSW and the ACT, is now available on Council’s website. The Canberra Region Economic Development Strategy (CREDS) is considered a key priority of the ten councils which combined form the CRJO. Wingecarribee...

Berrima Village community to turn-on character-filled fun for Australia Day 2023 Celebrations In partnership with Wingecarribee Shire Council

November 17, 2022Posted in: Community, Corporate Affairs, Events

Aerial view of Berrima main street on sunny day

Locals can look forward to character-filled fun as Wingecarribee Shire’s time-honoured tradition of Australia Day in Berrima Village continues in 2023 with a fresh approach to family-friendly celebrations. Proudly put together by the Berrima Village community and the local businesses, the Shire’s Australia Day 2023 celebrations will be a uniquely Southern Highlands experience, made possible...