Kind-hearted local wombat carer John Creighton named Citizen of The Year

January 27, 2023Posted in: Community, Corporate Affairs, Delivering, Events

Large group of people standing in front of Berrima Court House waving Australian Flags

A local legend, affectionately known as ‘The Wombat Man’, John Creighton is our community’s Citizen of The Year. John’s selfless efforts to save our shire’s bare-nosed wombats were recognised at yesterday’s Citizenship Ceremony at the historic Berrima Courthouse. It was love that lured New Orleans-born John to Australia, where his love of Highlands wildlife has...

Meet Wingecarribee Shire’s Australia Day Ambassador, Mel Thomas

January 20, 2023Posted in: Community, Corporate Affairs, Events

The hope of our Australia Day 2023 Ambassador, Mel Thomas, is that Wingecarribee Shire’s newest citizens find safety and belonging in community. Meet Mel Thomas – Commonwealth Bank Australian of the Day, Nominee for Australian of the Year, Game Changer-Woman of the Year, and our inspirational Ambassador for Australia Day 2023 in Berrima Village. Passionate...

Australia Day Street Celebrations

January 19, 2023Posted in: Community, Corporate Affairs, Events, News

Close up of muted green Ford Mustang parked in from of Berrima Court House

If you’re one of the many who’ve flocked to celebrations for Australia Day in Berrima Village over the years, you can expect to be happily surprised by what’s in store in 2023. Share in the excitement as the Berrima Village community takes all-day celebrations out into the streets, with a little help from Council.    It...

Join in all-day street celebrations at Australia Day in Berrima Village

January 13, 2023Posted in: Community

Close up of laminations with Australian flag tooth pics

On 26 January 2023, share in the excitement of Australia Day in Berrima Village where the local community is taking celebrations out into the street with the help of Wingecarribee Shire Council. A long cherished Southern Highlands tradition, The return of Australia Day fun to Australia’s oldest and best-preserved Georgian village, brings so much to look forward to,...

Berrima’s green tribute in recognition of Platinum Jubilee

December 9, 2022Posted in: Community, Events

Aerial view of Berrima main street on sunny day

Community members and media representatives are invited to attend a ceremonial tree planting in Berrima to mark the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Berrima Residents Association received $20,000 in Federal Government funding to plant trees to commemorate 70 years of the late Queen’s reign. A plan is currently being developed in consultation...

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