Events & Competitions

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Annual Events

Start planning what events you'll be involved in this year!

COVID 19

Council Event Updates

Council is updating the status of planned events in accordance to the current Government recommendations & restrictions.

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Council Facilities for Hire

Council has a number of facilities available for hire for personal, business or community use. General information about these facilities can be viewed through the links below. If you want to use a Council facility it is essential to book ahead.

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Organising Community Events

Wollondilly Shire Council is keen to support festivals and events in this area and recognises these as an important part of community life.

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Sponsor an Event

Are you interested in sponsoring some of Council's events during the year?

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Stallholder Expression of Interest

Council are seeking Expressions of Interest from local businesses, community organisations, schools, food vendors, stallholders and activity providers interested in taking part in our events throughout the year listed below:

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Threatened Species Art and Writing Competition

About the Competition Download the Threatened Species and Art Competition Media release.The Macarthur region, our backyard, is home to a wide diversity of native plants and animals. Many of these plants and animals are affected by a range of impacts such as habitat loss, competition and predation from non-native species...

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2020 Wollondilly Local Business Awards

Nominations for the 2020 Wollondilly Local Business Awards are open with a number of early finalists having already being selected.

Waste to Art Competition

The Illuminate Wollondilly Waste to Art Exhibition and Competition inspires people to think differently about waste, litter and over consumption through creative thinking.

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Youth Voices Registration

Youth Voices is an initiative to give children and young people affected by the Green Wattle Creek bushfire event the opportunity to have fun, meet new people and share their stories and experiences of the fire event.