Council

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About Us

Wollondilly Shire is located on the south western outskirts of Sydney at the foothills of the Southern Highlands and is surrounded by spectacular natural beauty and rural pastures.  It's 2,560 square kilometres stretch from Yanderra in the South, Appin and Menangle in the East, Warragamba in the North, and the...

Contact Us

Wollondilly Shire Council aims to “build a resilient, safe and supported workplace that provides respectful, efficient and effective services for our customers now and for future generations. You can contact us through the following options.

Access to Information

Applications for information Council holds are dealt with under the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (the GIPA Act).  The Information Privacy Commission (IPC) is the administrative agency for the Office of the Information Commissioner and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.

Meetings

Council currently convenes a range of meetings throughout the year. To find out more about Council's meetings select from the list below:

Employment Opportunities

Recently declared a "Fit for the Future" Council, Wollondilly is looking for the right people to help us grow and be the best Council in NSW. We have great opportunities and challenges ahead as we build Wilton Junction, which will be one of the largest towns in New South Wales.

Stats and Facts about the Shire

Discover more about your local community through Council's online community profile website.

Corporate Planning and Reporting

The Integrated Planning and Reporting framework (IP&R) for Local Councils in NSW was introduced by the Department of Local Government in 2009.  The IP&R framework is effectively another name for what most of us would call "corporate business planning".

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Local Government By-Election

The NSW Electoral Commission, on behalf of Wollondilly Shire Council, will be holding a by-election on Saturday 28 October. The by-election is to fill a vacancy in the East Ward, following the resignation of former Councillor, Ray Law.