The Wollondilly Shire Council Community Bus is available for use by community groups within the Shire for a nominal fee.
The Dilly Wanderer is a FREE mobile community information and development service.
The Men's Shed movement continues to grow rapidly right across Australia and is a great way for men of all ages to get involved in a range of hobby based activities with other like minded men.
The Wollondilly Advertiser is now available in audio format for people who would like to receive the paper in audio form. The newspaper is recorded onto a CD each week and made available to anyone interested.
On 1st July 2016, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) started to be rolled out across Wollondilly.
Welcome to the Spring edition of Community News. Our aim is to provide you with an easy-to-read quarterly update to help keep you connected and informed about things that are happening across Wollondilly.
Council is committed to working in partnership with residents, police, community organisations, the business community, and state and federal governments to ensure the Wollondilly Shire is a safe and welcoming place to live, work and visit.
In 2014 the NSW Disability Inclusion Act 2014 was passed, making it a legal requirement for all NSW Councils to develop a Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP) by 1 July 2017. The DIAP aims to assist in removing barriers that prevent people with disability from participating fully in our community.
Community organisations across the Shire are now able to benefit from an increased range of financial assistance through Wollondilly Shire Council, following the adoption of the revised Financial Assistance Framework.
Wollondilly Shire Council is keen to support festivals and events in this area and recognises these as an important part of community life.
Wollondilly Shire Council has established a Commerative Working Group to assist in commemorating Wollondilly’s Fallen Veterans when naming roads, groves of trees, parks, open spaces and sportsgrounds.