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It's Tulip Time. Highlands residents can attend the floral festival free.
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22 September 2023
The atrium at the Civic Centre will be decked out in all things koalas for the month of September.
The Tulip Time Festival is held every year in Spring in the Southern Highlands. The focus of Tulip Time is the spectacular floral display of 75,000 mass planted tulips in Corbett Gardens, Bowral.
26 September 2023
Come along to an information session to hear how you can be involved in this year's Christmas Night Market!
Come visit the Southern Highlands Koala Conservation Project Koala Pop Up Stall in Mansfield Reserve Bowral these school holidays!
Get in the mood for Christmas by learning how to bake and decorateGingerbread people and other biscuits!
27 September 2023
Cattle sales begin Wednesdays 8 am. Cattle are usually bought on a cents per kilo arrangement however cows with calves at foot are sold on a dollars per head arrangement.
Design and Construction of a new recreational playspace at David Wood Playing Field, Boardman Road Bowral
The Moss Vale Senior Citizens Centre Retaining Wall Replacement project includes replacement of the existing timber retaining wall and fencing with a besser block style along the property boundary to create a small outdoor courtyard.
The Mittagong Memorial Hall as we know it today is a testament to community re-adaptation of facilities over time, as it is the amalgamation of three unique buildings into one. It has formerly served the community as a School of Arts, Mittagong Council Chambers and a community hall.
We're working on the design for Moss Vale Bypass. Wingecarribee Shire Council has received $3.5 million from the NSW Government to conduct preliminary investigations and designs for the Moss Vale Bypass.
Preliminary designs for the Berrima Road Deviation Project were placed on public exhibition in 2017 and construction commenced in January 2018. The aim of the project is to divert Berrima Road from the existing level crossing near the Boral Cement Works to a bridge over the train line further east.
Rehabilitation over 9.3 km of Old South Road between Merrigang Street in Bowral and Aylmerton Road Mittagong. Works include pavement reconstruction and safety improvements including: installation of crash barriers, shoulder widening/sealing where possible. Design of the works has been finalised and construction has commenced. The works are programmed to be completed by the end of 2023.
Join Libby Bain and Adam Stokheld as they talk about Tulip Time on the Check in With Council Podcast.
Join Lisa Miscamble, Daniel Osborne and Adam Stokheld as they talk about Bushfire Preparedness on the Check in With Council Podcast.
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To foster a strong sense of local community in our villages, a series of community-run playgroups....
Together with our community, we want to be in a position to determine how and where growth happens in our Shire....
Support is at hand to strengthen the staying-power of communities across our Shire as Wingecarribee Shire Council....
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