How will Council’s Corporate Performance and Governance planning enhance your experience?

June 28, 2023Posted in: Corporate Affairs, News

Council staff member walking along a street talking to two residents

First Published: 15 June 2023   As we work together with our community to create an even better future for our Shire, Council is committed to continuously improving our service delivery. As part of this, we’re implementing recommendations from the Corporate Relations Service Review, including undertaking a fresh approach to communicating and engaging with our...

Unlocking our Shire’s potential through a strategic vision for positive asset management

June 28, 2023Posted in: Corporate Affairs, News

Over view of david Woods play field in east Bowral

First Published 9 June 2023 Through implementation of effective asset management, the Southern Highlands is on the path to a bright and more prosperous future. As part of our plans, the spotlight has been placed on local asset management for key areas including sportsfields, roads, footpaths, and water management systems. “By investing in the maintenance,...

Don’t miss June 28 Extraordinary Meeting

June 28, 2023Posted in: Corporate Affairs, News

Bong Bong St, with cars parked on either side of the road

One for the diary – Wingecarribee Shire Council Administrator Viv May has called an extraordinary meeting on Wednesday 28 June 2023 and community members are encouraged to take part. Following feedback from the public exhibition period for Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting documents, the Extraordinary Meeting Agenda will include approval of the 2023-33 Resourcing Strategy,...

Homage to Highlands heritage: preserving stories and strengthening resilience are key focuses for our future

June 5, 2023Posted in: Community, Corporate Affairs, News
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Front of Bowral Memorial Hall

As we work together to shape an ever more enriching place to live and work, our community members are set to experience a dynamic cultural tapestry and enriched library services as part of Council’s future plans for our Shire. All while paying respects to our unique heritage. First Nations collaborations, a resilience blueprint, library programs,...

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