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Chiltern's Placemaking Project will draw on all the elements that make this town a great place, and integrate them into a plan that will result in real-life, tangible results now and for the future.
There will be stalls, demonstrations, food, plants for sale, Kids' Corner and a children's' scarecrow competition. Entry $10.00 per family. "Crafty Business in the Garden" will be presented by Rutherglen and District Garden Club on Sunday 2nd November 2014 from 10am to 4pm at 274 Main Street West, Rutherglen.
A $1 million contribution from the Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund (VBAF) will help establish a Community Foundation within the Alpine, Indigo and Wangaratta Regions to assist survivors of the 2009 Victorian bushfires with their medium and long-term recovery.
The $1.3 million Barnawartha multipurpose community centre, including new doctors’ consulting rooms, can now be completed thanks to funding of $420,000 from the Victorian Government.
Indigo Shire Council has received State and Federal Government grants of $250,000 for further work on flood mitigation in Chiltern.
List of past winners
Habitat Protection project
The Indigo Sustainability Awards have been established to acknowledge innovative projects and share ideas among community members.
Any individual or group who has demonstrated the spirit of comradeship and selfless service embodied in the tradition of ANZAC is eligible for nomination.
A Good Life - a guide to living lightly
Indigo Shire Council today received a letter from the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs stating that the proposed quarry on Skeleton Hill at Chiltern will not impact on Aboriginal cultural heritage.
About heritage
Indigo - it's different and this is why
About planning permits
Indigo Shire Council has approximately 200 full-time, part-time and casual employees. Our workforce has offices and depots in Beechworth, Chiltern, Yackandandah and Rutherglen.
Details on registering a business under the Public Health & Wellbeing Act
Active and exhibited Indigo Planning Scheme amendments
Indigo Shire Council's Policies are guidelines for the many and varied issues that arise in the Shire.
Test page for Advertising workflow
Advisory Committees are established by Council. They have no delegated powers but all have common core requirements and specific duties.
Council lobbies government and other relevant groups on issues of concern to the Indigo community
We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting the inaugural Vineyard Polo at All Saints Estate on Sunday 13th March 2016.
Blue Sky, Vibrant, rich Colours, Warm Days, Cool Nights, Fine Wine, Outdoor Music, A Gathering of Family and Friends
Indigo Shire Council is pleased to present an exhibition by blind photographer, Andrew Follows, to coincide with International Day of People with a Disability on 3 December.
Animal business registration
A responsible pet owner understands their pet's needs and is aware of community expectations.
Each year Council conducts a survey to gauge residents' views on a range of services and activities. The reports are listed below. The final table is the summary of Indigo's results in the annual survey conducted by the State Government of local government.
The Annual Report is produced by Indigo Shire Council and details programs and activities undertaken throughout the financial year.
The last remaining Agricultural Show in the Indigo Shire, providing a great family day out with horse events, animal exhibits and the best of country cooking, arts and crafts on display.
Alan Seymour’s play “The One Day of the Year” is to be performed in the Memorial Hall at Beechworth. 30-31 October & 6-7 November.
Application fees
An exhibition of entries in the art and story competitions for Indigo Shire Council’s 2030 project will be open from today in the Yackandandah Public Hall.
Exhibition showcasing two top regional artists and their extraordinary colour pallet.
Exhibition inspired by words, how they affect us and their translation into art form.
A unique assisting people to exist. All funds raised from art sales are donated to Aeta, the indigenous people of the Philippines.
Learn the art of chocolate making from the region's best artisan chocolate makers.
Arts and Culture news
Asset Management Policy, Strategy, and Plans
Provide background on Council Audit Committee functions.
Indigo Shire Deputy Mayor Cr Peter Croucher today acknowledged the recipients of the Shire’s Australia Day awards.
Indigo Shire Council honours the achievements of its residents as part of the 2015 Australia Day celebrations.
Indigo Shire’s Australia Day awards recognise individual residents and groups who have made significant contributions to their communities and the Shire.
Friday 14 OctoberAfternoon – Oceania Middle Distance MTBO Champs – YackandandahEvening – Casual BBQSaturday 15 OctoberMorning – Sprint Champs – BeechworthMidday – Opening ceremonyAfternoon – Relays. 10km from Beechworth at a winery. Followed by tastings at wineryEvening – Presentation Dinner at Hibernian Hotel, BeechworthSunday 16 OctoberMorning – Long Champs – 10km from BeechworthFollowed by catered lunch and final presentations.All completed by 12.30. (3.5 hrs. from Melbourne airport).All events will be catered for with hot and cool drinks and food.
Autumn Leaves
This monthly market is held at the Joybus Café High Street from 8.30am-12.30pm. Make it, bake it, grow it or sell it as well as trash and treasure.
Location of Barnawartha Safer Places point
Promote the recycle message and help Keep Australia Beautiful.
"In the Regions" Moving Image project.
Fundraising fun for Beechworth Community Childcare Centre! Book a table or join someone else's.
The Beechworth Fun Run is growing each year as word gets out about what a great event it is
Alterations to Beechworth Option C based on recommendations from public consultation 12 June 2012.
First Saturday of each month, you will find a great variety of fresh, local produce. Come by and have a chat with some passionate growers and producers of the region.
The 2012 Indigo Business Awards were held on Friday evening, 25 May at the Baarmutha Park Function Centre in Beechworth. There were 37 businesses nominated across 8 categories, with Beechworth Gold’s Vanessa Abbott accepting the award for Most Outstanding Business in 2012.
The iconic Beechworth Golden Horseshoes Festival will once again be celebrated over the 2016 Easter long weekend.
Images of Beechworth and surrounds
Food, refreshments and music. Great variety of handmade products. Enjoy our lovely park setting.
Food, refreshments and music. Great variety of handmade products. Enjoy our lovely park setting.
Food, refreshments and music. Great variety of handmade products. Enjoy our lovely park setting.
The Juniper Tree - Glass / Moran Special Guest: Ms Jocelyn Hickey, Duration 70 mins. Adults $25 concession: $20 BOOKINGS: In Person: Beechworth Tourist Information Centre Online: www.trybooking.com Tel: 0458 668 424 further information: Matthew Nash: 0418 999 339
Indigo Shire Council last night gave the go-ahead for the Beechworth Council office extension.
Emergancy places of last resort
A new generation of trees will be planted in Albert Road to replace old trees between Kerferd Road and Warner Road.
Beechworth was named Tidy Town of the Year at Saturday night's Keep Australia Beautiful Victoria Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards 2014.
A casual afternoon with good company.  Let the Games begin and find the next Indigo Bocce star.  Platters and nibbles available.
An exhibition of mixed media artworks by local artists Ellen Engwerta, Jan Clements, Karen Gray, Margaret Pullen and Sue Larmour. This body of work draws on the artist’s experience of going beneath the surface to reveal vulnerability and protection. It is organic, environmentally and emotionally engaging. Exhibition opening Thursday 5th April 6pm-8 pm. All welcome. Open all Easter except Good Friday. Gallery open Wed-Sun 10am-4pm. Exhibition finishes Sunday 15th April.
Benefits of joining our team
The page provides an overview of the Better Build Toolkit and introduces the four Guides it comprises.
Blue-green algae has been detetced in Lake King at Rutherglen. Indigo Shire Council has erected warning signs at the Lake.
BreastScreen Victoria’s Mobile Screening Service will make its first visit to Beechworth in July.
Get an insider’s view into the workings of one of Australia’s leading craft brewers.
Get an insider’s view into the workings of one of Australia’s leading craft brewers.
At a Special Council Meeting on Tuesday 25 June 2013, the Indigo Shire Council adopted the Budget for the financial year commencing 1 July, 2013 and ending 30 June, 2014.
At a Council Meeting on Tuesday 24 June 2014, Indigo Shire Council adopted the Budget for the 2014-15 financial year.
At a Council Meeting on Tuesday 23 June 2015, Indigo Shire Council adopted the Budget for the 2015-16 financial year.
Building in an area affected by a Bushfire Management Overlay (BMO)
Building information
Buller Gas is part of Indigo Shire Council, and is the declared Gas Company for the supply of LP Gas to the Mt Buller Resort under a licence agreement with Mt Buller & Mt Stirling Resort Management Board.
North East Water has called on Indigo Shire residents in high fire risk areas to investigate providing an independent water supply on their properties.
Indigo Shire Economic Development and Business Overview
Follow link to browse the Business Listing
Business Information for Indigo Shire
Cigarette butts consistently top of the list of litter items in Australia. It's time for smokers pick up their act.
The Love Local Buy Local campaign will celebrate businesses and reward shoppers with television game show-style grocery grab prizes.
Volunteers are required to meet and greet visitors and introduce them to the Ned Kelly Vault, which opens in August this year..
The Easter Picnic at Campbells Wines - a perfect time to unwind with friends and family, enjoy live music and relax under the shady oaks.
Can I amend my planning permit?
Indigo Shire has delivered almost 100% of its Capital Works projects in the past financial year, despite flood events and high rainfall impacting on work.
Friends of the Stanley Athenaeum Invite you to join them for Wot The Dickens’! Dickens Dinner. There’s trivia, prizes & and lots of literary fun,Stanley Memorial HallChef- Michel Renoux. BYOTwo course meal with something sweet and tea or coffeeBookings open – tables of 10 or individual tickets $35 p.p.DICKENS EXHIBITIONOpening- 25 August at 11amOpen days- 2nd Wed or 4th Sat 10am – 12pm (or by appointment)Dates 25 Aug – 30 Nov 2012Stanley Athenaeum P: 03 57286 594
The Campbells Cellar Door stays open until after dark!
Chamber Philharmonic Cologne Concert in Christ Church Beechworth. Concert starts at 8pm. Playing Vivaldi Four Seasons, J.S. Bach Suite No 2 in B major for flute and orchestra BWW 1067, Tchaikovsky, Andante Cantabile, for violoncello and Orchestra (1884), Mozart, Divertimento, in B flat KV 137 and Paganini La Campanella, for Violin and Orchestra . Tickets are available at Beechworth Visitor Information Centre online, telephone or over the counter. Prices Adult $30.00, Concession $25.00 and Child $20.00.
The law is changing to help us change the way we view smoking around children and others in public areas.
A car and bike show held in Martin Park with donations going to the Albury-Wodonga Cancer Foundation.
Head to the Lakeside Music Bowl in Martin Park for a barbecue tea, entertainment and Carols.
Local coffee, fine foods, home grown produce, arts, craft, handmade items, wine and barbecue lunch.
Local coffee, fine foods, home grown produce, arts, craft, handmade items, wine and barbecue lunch. 10am until 2pm. Come along for a fun day at Lake View House, a National Trust Property.
Local coffee, fine foods, home grown produce, arts, craft, handmade items, wine and barbecue lunch. 10am until 2pm. Come along for a fun day at Lake View House, a National Trust Property.
Local coffee, fine foods, home grown produce, arts, craft, handmade items, wine and barbecue lunch. 10am until 2pm. Come along for a fun day at Lake View House, a National Trust Property.
100km, 65km & 40km road ride commencing in Chiltern and weaving through the picturesque indigo Valley.
A full pro rodeo event prescribed by the Professional Rodeo Association of Australia. Fun and entertainment for the whole family.
Emergency places of last resort
The entrance to Chiltern from the Hume Freeway was identified by the Chiltern community as a significant area for beautification.
Featuring works from renowned artists and photographers from the local region and across Australia.
Loch St Beechworth. See and hear the wonderful sounds of Christmas as it might have been in the nineteenth century as you stroll along the famous Street of Shops in Beechworth’s Burke Museum.
Indigo Shire Council conducts citizenship ceremonies on behalf on the Department of Immigration for residents wishing to become Australian citizens.
International touring classical guitarist Matthew Fogan presents a concert of music arranged for 10-string guitar.
Our climate is noticeably changing. Since the 1950s the region has experienced a warming of 0.1 degrees Celsius per decade and it is forecast that by 2070 temperatures will increase overall by up to 5 degrees.
Educator Nicole Foss speaks on the links between climate change, energy and finance.
The closing date for nominations in this year’s Indigo Shire Heritage Awards has been extended.
Collecting Firewood from Roadsides managed by Indigo Shire Council
Documentation for Special Committees of Management, including access to guides, procedures and materials.
List generated from Community Directory keyword search.
Follow link to browse the Community Listing
Council is seeking community members with expertise in agriculture, manufacturing, retail, accommodation, tourism and marketing.
Indigo Shire Council is investigating the current conditions and future plans for community and recreation facilities.
Community Forums are held each month around the Shire. A number of items are listed for discussion, relevant to the town or area where the forum is being held.
Indigo Shire groups and organisations are encouraged to apply for Council's 2015-2016 Community Grants.
Indigo Shire Council is calling all community groups to be a part of the 2011 Volunteer Expo entitled Re-InVEnt 2011….Smooth and Shine your group’s rough edges. The Expo is part of Council’s Community Strengthening Project and will be held at Tuileries Function Centre in Rutherglen on Sunday 13 November.
Community Information Guide- Fire
Community information on repairs to Lake Sambell dam wall, and the Lake Sambell masterplan.
UPDATED: A Chiltern Community Meeting has been organised for Wednesday 4 March to discuss the Lake Anderson footbridge and the covered walkway in Martins Lane.
A community awareness walk to inspect Beechworth trees in need of attention was "a great initiative" and will be repeated.
Indigo Shire Council has approved community grants valued at $47,500 and agreed to increase the grant fund ceiling to $50,000 next financial year.
Contact details
Contact details for the Economic Development Team
Leaving children in a car, even for a short period, can be fatal.
Cool Relief Centres are air-conditioned, have water available and there will generally be people around to help if needed.
The Victorian Government may be able to help landholders replace some losses incurred in fighting a bushfire.
Office accommodation project almost complete.
Council makes grants to various community and tourism organisations each year.
Please find below Council Meeting Agendas and Minutes for the past several years
Automatic Listing of Council Meeting papers. ** DO NOT EDIT **
Council has moved to vary meeting start times to provide more opportunity for residents to attend.
Special Council Meeting: Beechworth Council Chambers, 10am, Tuesday 9 February.
Keeping you informed with all the facts and figures.
The 2013-2017 Council Plan was recently updated to reflect current status and new reporting requirements.
Indigo Shire Council is investigating placing the operation of the Rutherglen Soldiers Memorial Hall into the hands of the local community.
Indigo Shire has received tenders for detailed hydrology and geotechnical investigations on the leaking dam wall of Lake Sambell in Beechworth.
Enjoy the elegance and sophistication of yester-year’s afternoon tea parties in our Coffee and Couverture Room.
Current Road Works
This page has a list of forms required by Council
Indigo Shire engineers, in conjunction with officials from the Department of Sustainability and Environment, are conducting inspections of the dam at Lake Sambell, Beechworth, to determine what action is needed regarding recent cracking and seepage.
Due to printing complications, the Rates Notices have been delayed. Council apologies for the delay, and will extend the time to pay.
A highly regarded former politician and ‘citizen of the world’ and a local professional historian will present this year’s annual Kerferd Oration in Beechworth.
Add current septic form. Fix deck link
Do I need a planning permit?
Council seeks your comments on draft documents to help shape Indigo Shire. Let us know your thoughts on the listed documents.
Documents available for public inspection.
Ethics is about a conversation on how to live a good life, and acknowledging the different voices in that conversation ...
Council and the community have been working together to develop an Indigo Shire Community Safety Plan.
Council is seeking information needed to make strategic decisions on the future of its five pools.
DSE Designated Firewood Collection Areas
East Meets East. Ayurvedic-meets-Chinese medicine seasonal workshops run by Indigo Chinese Medicine and Green Room Yoga & Wellness.
Education Providers within Indigo Shire
List of emergency contacts
Council helps with emergency management in the Shire
European Wasp Identification
General Information: Wasps
Following a planning session on 18 May, a Community Plan for Allans Flat and Osbornes Flat has been created by residents of both communities, and a draft is being circulated for feedback.
Residents of the Kergunyah district have the opportunity to further contribute to their Community Plan in coming weeks, following the recent release of a draft Community Plan.
Indigo Shire Council, Chiltern and Rutherglen Landcare groups are tackling the issue of feral olives along high value conservation roadsides.
To download our annual Calendar of Events click here.
November 1-8 is Fire Action Week, an opportunity for Indigo Shire residents to understand their fire risk and get prepared.
The Municipal Fire Prevention Officer will begin inspecting properties for fire hazards in Rutherglen, Wahgunyah, Chiltern, Barnawartha, Yackandandah, Kiewa-Tangambalanga, Beechworth and Stanley.
Landowners and occupiers are responsible for fire prevention on their properties.
Fire Restrictions across Indigo Shire come into force on Monday 26 October 2015.
Collection of the levy will be simple and transparent. Property owners will receive notice on their council rates notices, including how the levy has been calculated.
Firewood is available from the Indigo Shire Council woodlot, local roadsides and State forests, but residents must make sure they know the rules and seek permission before hauling out the chainsaw and trailer.
A recreational fishing guide highlighting fishing opportunities in and around the historic towns of Indigo Shire.
New State regulations will give Council more power in 2011 to make sure food is prepared and handled safely.
Indigo Shire Council's has a range of forms, policies are guidelines for the many and varied issues that arise in the Shire.
Free- Detox Your Home
Residents can dispose of used unwanted car batteries at the Beechworth and Rutherglen Transfer Stations during opening hours.
Free Green Waste Disposal
Free- Mobile Muster
The FOI Act lets you access documents held, including those about your personal affairs. Indigo Shire Council responds to requests directly related to its operations.
Update of building commission fees.
Frequently asked questions about planning
Indigo Shire Council has committed $235,000 to match a State and Federal Government grant of the same amount for flood mitigation work in Chiltern.
Indigo Shire Mayor Cr Barb Murdoch said she was delighted with the news of additional funding of $200,000 for an investigation into the leaking wall at Beechworth’s Lake Sambell.
Indigo Shire Council has tonight voted to put the original design and two new designs for the Council office extension at Beechworth to a public meeting for further input.
The Local Government Act allows Council to declare a Municipal Charge on properties to cover some of the administrative costs of the Council.
George Briscoe Kerferd (1831-1889) was a purposeful, energetic community leader who gave many years of great service to Beechworth and the state of Victoria.
Orator Jenny Coles worked in East Timor as the right hand of Kirsty Sword Gusmao for five years. Jenny now divides her time supporting Kirsty’s activities and overseeing projects in Timor. The Oration is supported by Indigo Shire Council, WAW Credit Union and LaTrobe University. The Kerferd Oration will be held at Baarmutha Function Centre, Balaclava Road, Beechworth at 11am Sunday 28 July 2013. This is a free community event; no RSVP required. Doors open at 10.15am .
Indigo Shire is gearing up for its annual Australia Day festivities which will be held across several shire locations.
An education trailer will visit Indigo Shire to help spread the message about recycling.
The recently formed Beechworth Trees Consultative Group, a joint initiative of community members and Indigo Shire Council, has hit the ground running with a number of projects planned for the next few months.
A two day Rogaine event compromising of choice of foot and/or mountain bike event. Participants will navigate the area around Beechworth and environs in small teams (min 2, max 5 members per team) seeking checkpoints on a pre marked Map. Check points will take them to unusual, historic, scenic or challenging spots of the immediate area. Beginners and family groups are certainly welcome and will be catered for as well as experienced and seasoned rogainers . Finishers will enjoy refreshments during and after the event at Baarmutha Park. Saturday 16th November Registration open from 9.30, start at 12 noon, for a 6 hour event and Sunday 17th November Registration open from 8.00 am, start at 10am for 5 hr event.
Indigo Council is set to introduce an organic waste collection service for urban residents.
Indigo Shire Council plays a key role in the community to support sustainable management of our environment.
Public Hall Committees of Management may be contacted to provide venue hire times and rates.
A free service for Indigo Shire ratepayers. Deliver your waste to the sites listed, sort and separate as instructed by staff.
The proposed Local Government (Planning and Reporting) Regulations 2014 are designed to improve accountability and transparency of public spending and council performance on services and infrastructure.
Update health page
Heritage Advisory Committee
Council is seeking nominations for community representatives for the Indigo Heritage Advisory Committee. Submissions close at noon on Wednesday 27 March 2013.
Heritage Advisory Service
Nominations for Indigo Shire Heritage Awards 2016 are now open.
Indigo Shire's prestigious annual heritage awards will be announced in Yackandandah on 20 May next year.
Information on eligibility and applying for Heritage loans.
A celebration of Victoria’s High Country Brewers and Hop Growers.
Community groups seeking to improve or enhance their local amenities and landscapes can apply for funding of up to $50,000.
The Kerferd Oration speakers since 2003
Council encourages the public to attend Council Meetings and participate in its decision-making process.
Guiding you through the job application process, with links, contact information and advice.
How to apply for a Planning Permit
Tree-lined town entrances, a hub for children’s services, historical walks, a community culinary bus (linking to other Shire towns), an upgrade for the walking paths around Lake King, a community garden, propagation of root-stock from the iconic Fig Tree and further development of the Wahgunyah-Rutherglen Rail Trail (such as shade, rest stops, links to wineries, art sculptures etc).
If you had a crystal ball, what do you think you would see in Indigo Shire in the year 2030?
The Indigo Connection is a column in the weekly local newspaper the Ovens and Murray Advertiser highlighting Council news and events.
The Indigo Connection is a column in the weekly local newspaper the Ovens and Murray Advertiser highlighting Council news and events.
The Indigo Connection is a column in the weekly local newspaper the Ovens and Murray Advertiser highlighting Council news and events.
Indigo Shire Council at its meeting last night resolved to adjourn decisions about office accommodation at Beechworth while it investigates an offer from the new owners of the Mayday Hills site in Beechworth.
A regional training scheme revamped and administered by Indigo Shire Council has received the award for Regional Collaborations (small councils) category at the National Awards for Local Government in Canberra this week.
Indigo Shire Council has revamped its Community Satisfaction Survey this year to dig a bit deeper into residents’ responses.
Indigo Economic Development & Tourism Advisory Committee
The Indigo Gold Trail encourages visitors to explore many of Indigo Shire's fascinating historic sites and stories based on the discovery and pursuit of gold across Indigo Shire.
The Indigo Informer is Council's community newsletter distributed six times a year to all households in the Shire to help keep residents informed of the latest news, activities and events.
Indigo planning scheme
Indigo Shire Council will receive a $105,000 grant from the Victorian Government to engage young people in community projects and activities including volunteering, event management, leadership, skills development, training and employment opportunities.
The award recipients are residents of Indigo Shire who work tirelessly to help others. Indigo Shire Mayor Cr Larry Goldsworthy said that we are lucky to have so many wonderful community-minded people in the shire.
Indigo Shire Mayor Cr Barb Murdoch said today the Council was pleased that the sale process for La Trobe at Beechworth had come to an end.
As an expression of its governance responsibilities, Indigo Shire Council flies flags at each of its identified flag pole sites.
Indigo Shire Council has won an award for its Indigo 2030 project, which takes a long-term strategic view of what the shire may look like in the year 2030.
Award Recipients and Commendations
Indigo Shire Council urges residents to be prepared for more heavy rain predicted to hit the region today and tomorrow.
Project funded by the DSE Sustainability Accord. Evalution of shire wide renewable energy options.
Summary of current projects
Summary of the IEAC members
Summary of the ojectives of the Indigo Environment Advisory Committee
Summary of the role and responsibilities of the Indigo Environment Advisory Committee
Four community buildings have received solar photovoltaic systems funded by a $50,000 grant from Indigo Shire Council as part of the Solar North East community solar hub project.
Do you have an event, service, project, product or initiative that demonstrates sustainability? Applications are closing next week for Indigo Shire Council’s 2012 Sustainability Awards.
Do you have an event, service, project, product or initiative that demonstrates sustainability? Applications are now being called for Indigo Shire Council’s 2012 Sustainability Awards.
Industrial Estates within Indigo Shire
Industry and Employment in Indigo Shire
Industry Associations within Indigo Shire
Managing and caring for assets and delivering capital works
Infrastructure Standards
Guest Speaker, Cathy McGown, member for Indi will speak about her career, experiences in politics and passions.
Vacancies and job application information are accessible from this page.
9am-5.30pm, Kirby's Flat Pottery, Yackandandah. Porcelain exhibition pieces, Tableware and Ovenware to be exhibited. www.johndermer.com.au
NSW Roads and Maritime Services crew will close the John Foord Bridge bridge to all traffic for six weeks from Monday 19 August.
A $650,000 project to provide better slip resistance and reduce future maintenance costs is to commence next week.
Junior Council meets at a different school around the Shire.
An owner or occupier of property must not, without a permit, keep or allow to be kept, more than 4 different kinds of animals on any one property at any time.
Indigo Shire Council will replace the kerb and channel along the western side of Main Street between High and Reid streets.
The annual Kerferd Oration is held at Beechworth. It is named after a founding father of Beechworth, George Briscoe Kerferd.
The annual Kerferd Oration this Sunday, 29 July, is a bit different in a number of ways.
Project funded by the DSE Sustainability Accord. Evalution of shire wide renewable energy options.
Project funded by the DSE Sustainability Accord. Evalution of shire wide renewable energy options.
Indigo Shire is looking for mentors for learner drivers. Help young people attain their 120 practice hours needed to sit for their licence.
Progress of Community Consultations for the design and construction of the iconic footbridge over Lake Anderson.
Drink Eat and Relax while the sun sets over Lake Moodemere.
This page provides information on repairs to the wall at Lake Sambell.
Indigo Shire Council provides several leash-free areas so dogs and their owners can enjoy the great outdoors.
Senior Citizens Beechworth. A Learn To Dance evening in Beechworth on Thursday night from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. $5 cost including tea and coffee.
Senior Citizens Beechworth. A Learn To Dance evening in Beechworth on Thursday night from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. $5 cost including tea and coffee.
Senior Citizens Beechworth. A Learn To Dance evening in Beechworth on Thursday night from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. $5 cost including tea and coffee.
Senior Citizens Beechworth. A Learn To Dance evening in Beechworth on Thursday night from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. $5 cost including tea and coffee.
Senior Citizens Beechworth. A Learn To Dance evening in Beechworth on Thursday night from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. $5 cost including tea and coffee.
Senior Citizens Beechworth. A Learn To Dance evening in Beechworth on Thursday night from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. $5 cost including tea and coffee.
Senior Citizens Beechworth. A Learn To Dance evening in Beechworth on Thursday night from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. $5 cost including tea and coffee.
Senior Citizens Beechworth. A Learn To Dance evening in Beechworth on Thursday night from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. $5 cost including tea and coffee.
This is a funfilled activity  Thursday evening which is held at the Senior Citizens Hall, in Beechworth.   No,  not just for seniors.
(3rd Sunday of every month) Wellsford Street, Yackandandah from 9am-1pm. Local produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, olives and olive products, wine, jam, chutney and much more. Gold coin donation.
Wellsford Street, Yackandandah from 9am-1pm. Local produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, olives and olive products, wine, jam, chutney and much more. Gold coin donation.
Living in Indigo information
This is a major fundraiser for Beechworth Montessori School. There will be racks and tables overflowing with pre-loved quality clothing, shoes, hats, scarves and accessories. Venue: Beechworth Memorial Hall, Ford Street, Beechworth. Entry Free. 9am-3pm Saturday and 10am-2pm Sunday.
From 1 July 2013 Victorian councils will be required to pay a $396.9 million shortfall to the Local Authorities Superannuation Fund Defined Benefit Plan.
Indigo Shire is very lucky to have a wide range of community facilities available to the community for events, activities and sport and recreation.
Council's Local Law No. 1 concerns the use of streets and roads within Indigo Shire.
This Local Law covers a range of activities affecting the amenity of the municipality, including footpaths, municipal buildings, reserves, swimming pools and consumption of alcohol in public places.
This Local Law governs the procedure at Council meetings.
This Local Law regulates and controls stock throughout the Shire including on grazing on roadsides, droving and stock fencing.
This Local Law regulates and controls activities and behaviour on the Rail Trail.
Local Laws have been developed to encourage residents to consider their neighbours, and to provide peace and good order for the community.
People who have lost domestic pets
Progress on plans for Rutherglen Main Street Upgrade.
Council wants to gain a clear understanding of the community's views on this issue, and has provided information and feedback forms. Deadline for feedback is now 30 March 2015.
Archived list of media releases grouped by year
Archived content
Ordinary meetings of Indigo Shire Council are held monthly, February to December. Community Forums are held at various locations across the Shire.
Tells the stories of the 20 men from Stanley who lost their lives in the First World War, 70 men enlisted from the Stanley and many local families lost one of their men.
Tells the stories of the 20 men from Stanley who lost their lives in the First World War, 70 men enlisted from the Stanley and many local families lost one of their men.
More than one dwelling on a lot, dual occupancy, units and granny flats
Join us for a lazy Saturday afternoon with the family, enjoy fine wine, delicious food and great live music on the lush green grass
Join us for a lazy Saturday afternoon with the family, enjoy fine wine, delicious food and great live music on the lush green grass.
Highlighting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' strong spiritual and cultural connection to land and sea.
It’s National Recycling Week this month and Indigo Shire Council is encouraging residents to focus on cutting the number of plastic bags that end up in landfill.
Grab your gardening gloves and make tracks for Spring Creek, Lake Sambell, on Sunday 27 July.
General information about native vegetation
Australia’s most significant Ned Kelly event. A weekend packed full of activities for the Ned Kelly enthusiast.
Neighbourhood Safer Places - Places of Last Resort
Indigo Shire Mayor Cr Ali Pockley is urging people to consider nominating for the Council’s new disability and access advisory committee.
A report and the designs for the new Council office in Yackandandah and extension in Beechworth will be considered at the next monthly Indigo Shire Council meeting, scheduled for 8 May at Wooragee.
Designs for the new Indigo Shire Council office/library in Yackandandah and extension of the Beechworth office are nearing completion.
Architects' renderings of amended designs for council consideration.
Architects' renderings of amended designs for council consideration.
Victorians can now access real-time emergency information from the new VicEmergency website and the updated FireReady app.
Council regularly publishes news and media releases about recent developments in the Indigo Shire area.
Council produces a variety of publications to give the community greater access to information, events and activities the Council is undertaking
Nomination form for Indigo Shire Council's
  • Citizen of the Year
  • Young Citizen of the Year (16-25 Years)
  • Community Organisation of the Year
Do you know a young person who achieves great things? Someone you are really proud of? The second annual Indigo Youth Awards will be held at the Tangambalanga Community Centre on 14 June from 7pm.
A ten skate park series across the North East featuring parks in the Indigo, Alpine, Wangaratta and Corowa Shires.
Nuisance or dangerous dogs
For more information about these events, click on the links.
During August, Consumer Affairs Victoria is encouraging senior Victorians to learn more about their consumer rights, and how to protect themselves and loved ones against scams.
Our organisation is structured into three key business units.
Description of the Indigo Shire region
Indigo Shire Council will spend $100,000 trimming potentially dangerous trees on roads in fire-prone areas of the shire before the summer season hits.
Parks, gardens and reserves
A list of permits, application forms and guidelines to help your committee or organisation through the planning process.
Overview of pests and Council programs
A two day celebration of non-stop music showcasing talented independent musicians, award winning wines and gourmet foods
The Pfeiffer Pfrolic celebrates the release of the newest vintage of Pfeiffer Gamay - join us for this special occasion when we brunch into lunch on our idyllic Sunday Creek bridge.
A two day festival of non-stop music showcasing talented musicians, awards winning wines and gourmet foods. Free entry.
Pfeiffers annual giant warehouse sale, always held on the Friday before Winery Walkabout. Make sure you are early to snap up a bargain! 9am-5pm. Pfeiffer Wines. 02 6033 2805
Join us in our iconic winery setting for a magical evening of “pfine” wine, “pfantastic” “pfood” and “pfabulous” “pfolk”
An Upper Murray Landscape Assessment study is seeking photographs and insights into landscapes you find special.
Significant Trees in the Indigo Shire PhotoStory Competition. Entries close 6pm Wednesday 28 October 2015. For more information and entry forms please email: beechworthheritage@gmail.com
Plans for the development of Wahgunyah’s Rail Reserve, near where the railway station used to be west of Nestle’s Uncle Tobys factory, will take an exciting step forward with the presentation of a draft Master Plan prepared by the Wahgunyah Progress Association and community members.
Planning and building permits explained: planning is usually concerned with how land will be used and developed; building permits are concerned with construction quality and its safety.
Planning and building compliance
Planning Permit Application Forms and FeesPlanning Permits & Planning Scheme Amendments Fee Schedule
Direct any inquiries on the Permit Application process to the Planning Unit, Indigo Shire Council, Yackandandah.
Planning useful links
Policies and strategies
Policies regarding heritage
Cool family pool parties starting this Friday, 30 January, from 4pm – 7pm at Chiltern Pool. Come along for games and races on the grass and in the pool, healthy snacks and lots of fun for all ages.
Indigo Shire’s Community Survey results indicate an improvement in the percentage of people who rated Council’s overall performance as adequate, good or excellent, with an increase from 63% in 2011 to 75% in 2012.
8 km Fun Run starting from the Old Beechworth Prison round the Gorge to the New Beechworth Correctional Centre. Registration commences at 9.30am.
The Progress Bulletin is distributed to Councillors at Council meetings at regular intervals throughout the year.
The Protected Disclosure Act aims to ensure openness and accountability by encouraging disclosures and protecting those who make them.
Protecting heritage with overlays
General Information: Rabbits
Wahgunyah residents are keen to have the Rail Reserve in the town cleaned up and become accessible for the community and users of the rail trail, which runs through the area.
Rainbow Fair - Beechworth Uniting Church
Your rates contribute to about one third of Council's overall budget, which also includes government contributions, fees and charges.
Ratepayers were recently sent rates instalment notices which contained some small but important errors.
Indigo Shire Councillors support recognition of Local Government in the Australian Constitution.
Get involved and help shape the future of public transport in regional Victoria.
Enter your event details and a Council Officer will review and place in Council's "What's On" pages and publications.
All dogs and cats over three months of age must be registered with Council. Once your dog or cat is registered, they receive a Council identification number.
A public workshop was held at Beechworth on 22 May, 2012, to discuss designs for the proposed new office.
Request a Tourism Media Kit
This exciting sequence of works is about looking at the rhythms, forms and tones of our everyday environment whether it be figurative or landscape based. In essence these abstractions are about the tensions and harmonies created through the constant change, timbre and flux of our lives and our environment.
Indigo Shire Mayor, Cr Larry Goldsworthy, said today the draft Budget for 2012-13 would ensure that Council's objectives could be met in the coming financial year, while cementing Indigo Shire's position among the lowest-rating Shires in Victoria.
Restrictive Covenants & Section 173 Agreements
Updated office plans for Yackandandah - February 2013
The Gran Fondo Beechworth cycling immersion is coming to North East Victoria! Beechworth will host the superb three-day cycling event from 19 to 21 April 2013.
Information about local sealed and gravel roads, drains and the Shire's parks, gardens and reserves.
A project to remove feral olive trees from high conservation roadsides around Rutherglen and Chiltern is making great progress, according to the steering group managing the project.
Council is seeking feedback on its draft Roadside Management Plan.
Council's Roadside Weed Initiative assists landholders to stop the spread of weeds on roadsides next to their property.
Overview of conservation on roadsides
Dingle Road, Beechworth, has been upgraded between Stanley Road and Madman Gully Road within budget and ahead of schedule despite difficult working conditions.
Indigo Shire Council will repair and repaint the rotunda in the Town Hall Gardens in Beechworth. It is the oldest rotunda in Victoria.
"In the Regions" Moving Image project.
23rd Art & Photography Exhibition - open to all artists.
Rutherglen Memorial Hall, Rutherlgen 6th March - 15th of March. Celebrating its 22nd Birthday showcasing local artists. Pat Robinson 0408-205-200 probinson2@bigpond.com or Judy Carmody 02-6032-8680.
For a weekend of dancing enjoyment in historic RutherglenAt the beautiful - Memorial Hall BallroomNEW VOGUE - MODERN - LATIN - OLD TIME
Indigo Shire Mayor Bernard Gaffney has praised last week's announcement last of State Government funding for a Chinese trade mission to the Rutherglen wine region.
A weekend of dancing in the ballroom of historical Rutherglen.
Over 25 local and regional producers offering an extensive range of fresh local produce for sale.
(Second Sunday of every month, 9am - 12.30pm) Over 25 local and regional producers offering an extensive range of fresh local produce
(Second Sunday of every month, 9am - 12.30pm) Over 25 local and regional producers offering an extensive range of fresh local produce
Rutherglen & District Garden Club is holdings its 26th Annual Flower show in conjunction with the Victorian Rose Society's Victorian Country Rose Championship.
Featuring music from Listerdale, Chris Pianto, Indigo, The Thieves, AM War, Mealz, Hendo, and Distant Memory. Also hosting the Alpine Shire Battle of the Bands tie-breaker between Jess Gay and Lars and the Russians.Come along for a great night of live music -- acoustic, hip-hop, originals and covers, soloists and awesome bands.6pm-11pm, 20 July 2013 at the Rutherglen Football clubrooms. $5 at the door.Fully supervised. Alcohol, drug and tobacco-free event. Sponsored by Indigo Shire, the Victorian Government, Alpine Shire and the Rutherglen Football Club. See www.freeza.vic.gov.au
The issue of heavy vehicles in Main Street Rutherglen has been an issue for Rutherglen residents over many years.
Rutherglen kindergarten has received a $293,602 Early Learning Facility Upgrade Grant from the Victorian Government’s Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, to build an extra room on to their existing facility.
Rutherglen Map
The Rutherglen Rotary Triathlon is a community project by the Rotary Club of Rutherglen.
Council is calling for public comment on a land use study to provide rural living opportunities at Rutherglen.
Public comment on Rutherglen Rural Living Study
Off the Hume Freeway about three hours from Melbourne
Rutherglen will once again be the place to be over the June long weekend for the annual Rutherglen Winery Walkabout.
Sandy Creek - Map
The first Saturday of each month from 12noon to 4pm. Strictly no BYO food or drink, free entry.
The first Saturday of each month from 12noon to 4pm. Strictly no BYO food or drink, free entry.
Indigo Shire Council will pass on Carbon Tax savings to ratepayers as a result of lower landfill disposal costs introduced at the Albury Landfill.
School children from Wahgunyah, Sandy Creek and Wooragee will have the opportunity to see their dreams turned into reality – well, almost.
Update to form and addition of 2014/2015 fees
Landing page for Front Page quick links
Services for children and families
Indigo Shire Council provides services to help residents to live as independently as possible in their community.
Access to disability services in the Indigo Shire.
A directory of services and links collected for easy access.
The Hume Region Significant Tracks and Trails Strategy 2014-23 has been formally adopted by the Hume Region Local Government Network.
Creating awareness of the value of trees to our cultural, historic and environmental landscape.
Australia’s first Australian-born Governor-General, Sir Isaac Isaacs, went to school in Yackandandah and Beechworth and had a 47-year association with Indigo Shire including being the first Member for the federal seat of Indi at the time of Federation in 1901.
Indigo Shire, along with six other North East Councils, has been involved in the Solar North East Project, which closes in early December2012
Solar PV Installation Guide - assist residents with the PV installation process
Council from time to time establishes Special Committees, below is a list of the Committees and their functions.
Sport & Recreation
Join us and celebrate Victorian Seniors Week 2014 with these great free events across the Shire.
Stand pipes are located throughout Shire and provides water free of charge for stock use only.
Stanley residents have an opportunity to update their Community Plan, which they developed as part of Indigo Shire Council's Community Strengthening Project in 2010.
Stanley Village Fair at the Stanley Primary School, Saturday 28 March. Market, food and fun for everyone.
Australian Classic Movie Night – “Man from Snowy River 11 – The Return” (1988) PG starring Tom Burlinson and Sigrid Thornton. Chiltern’s Star Theatre. 6.45pm for dinner or 8pm for film.
Starts at 6.45pm, cost $28 includes BBQ tea, film showing, discussion and supper or come along at 8pm for film showing, without BBQ tea – cost $15. Children half price. Bookings essential for catering to: Lois Hotson 03 5726 1358, hotson@westnet.com.au or Emma and Matt at Chiltern Post Office. www.crceg.com.au. Please note the earlier start time. September's movie: “The View From Greenhaven” 2008 PG starring Chris Haywood and Wendy Hughes, Geoff Morrell, Steve Bisley, Russell Dykstra. We welcome our guest speaker - David Boyd from Sydney who will tell of his experiences in the making of the film.
New business advice from business.gov.au
Autumn Firewood Collection Season has started, and firewood can be collected from designated areas of State forests and those parks where firewood collection is permitted.
Victoria's Chief Health Officer has issued a heat health alert warning of extreme heat conditions for Saturday 19 December.
Firefighters are making good progress to contain the fire in the Barnawartha area, however the fire is not yet under control.
Road closures in the Rutherglen area as a result of storm damage.
Strategic planning
Information about councils street lighting upgrades
Youth Week 2014 in Indigo Shire will launch "Balance", a program of skate park jams, drumming workshops, art, music, theatre and the launch of the winners' video from last year's Skate Park series.
The Osbornes Flat Hall was the perfect setting as the communities of Allans Flat and Osbornes Flat came together on 18 April to share their energy and a united community vision. Twenty four locals took part in Indigo Shire’s Community Strengthening team’s latest Community Feast which has been a popular concept to engage residents in an informal community planning activity.
Subdividing land
Four category winners and two highly commended entries from the 2012 Indigo Shire Sustainability Awards.
Four category winners and two highly commended entries from the 2012 Indigo Shire Sustainability Awards.
A school, a subdivision, a 'non-toxic' business and a website have taken out Indigo Shire Council's Sustainability Awards this year.
Indigo Shire’s five swimming pools in Yackandandah, Chiltern, Rutherglen, Tangambalanga and Beechworth will officially open this Saturday 19 November. Swimmers can expect improved facilities including the Chiltern swimming pool repainted, new chlorine tanks installed at Beechworth and Yackandandah pools and the entrance to the Rutherglen pool has a new coat of paint.
Indigo Shire Swimming Pools
Indigo Shire residents are reminded to keep an eye out for swooping birds as the spring breeding season begins.
The past year has been a particularly bad one for the numbers of Elm leaf beetle attacking Elm trees in Indigo Shire.
Swimmers of Rutherglen will be taking up the challenge to swim 27,160 laps of the Rutherglen Pool in the 28 days of February 2014, to equal the return distance from Rutherglen to Atauro Island.
Emergency places of last resort
The ultimate gourmet weekend, award-winning wines with celebrated regional chefs and restaurants showcase the best of North East Victoria.
Registration and Statement of Trade for all Temporary Food Premises under new State Legislation.
McConville Avenue Beechworth will close from 19 January as work begins on repair of the Lake Sambell dam wall.
Click here to see current Council Tenders and Expressions of Interest
Introduction by Joans Sims to the 2012 lecture.
Creative contemporary handmade products from Artist and Designer’s from around the North East Victorian Region
The Kiewa/Tangambalanga Lions Club invites you to join them on the "Milk Run" - a family fun run and walk along the picturesque Huon Weir Rail Trail. Choose the 5km or 10km course.
The Shed is an exciting vibrant free community all ages event for young performers (12 – 25 years).
More than 40 homes selling their goods. Gold coin donation for map.
The final piece in a project looking at what Indigo Shire might be like in the year 2030 – a film – will be launched next Thursday, 13 September, in Yackandandah.
Information sessions about the 2013 awards and categories.
Beechworth and Rutherglen have been named as finalists in the Keep Australia Beautiful Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards 2013.
To demolish a house or outside buildings
To display business signage
To extend my home
To get a liquor licence
To open a business
To open a restaurant or cafe
To put in a driveway (crossover)
To put in a water tank
To put up a fence
To remove or cut down a tree
To run a business from home
To set up a Bed and Breakfast (B&B)
Rotary Club of Rutherglen presents Tour de Rutherglen.
Each month the Tourism Department produces a eNewsletter featuring tourism and business news and opportunities.
Indigo Shire in Victoria's North East borders the Murray River and the Australian Alps, just 270km from of Melbourne.
A comprehensive list of tourism-related facilities, businesses and activities across the Indigo Shire.
Visitor Information Centres
News and views on events and tourism-related information.
Dancing and games for the kids, snacks available for kids and adults. Entry $5 per child or $15 per family, a family ticket includes a free 6 month membership of the Toy Library for non members.
Transfer station opening times, and information on acceptable material, fees and toxic waste.
The Tree Management Plan provides for the protection and enhancement of trees in the Indigo Shire.
Indigo Shire Council received advice today that the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal has approved a permit for a quarry on Skeleton Hill at Chiltern.
List of VicRoads maintained Roads.
Victoria's high country regional tourism board
A summary of the bushfire recovery process over the past five years, and progress on actions outlined in the October 2009 Rebuilding Together Plan.
Viral gastro causes vomiting, nausea, headache, fever and chills, lasting 12-60 hours. The spread of infection to other people in close contact is very common.
Visitor Information Centre provide destination and activity suggestions for visitors across the Shire.
The Historic Precinct is seeking motivated and reliable people to join the expanding team of Volunteers.
The Beechworth Trees Consultative Group has organised a "tree walk" to inform residents about care of veteran trees in Beechworth.
Overview of Council's policy as it relates to water
To address concerns with slow water leaks at Rutherglen’s Lake King, the lake’s water level is in the process of being lowered.
This page provides an overview of the collaborative action being taken to address the threat posed by Serrated Tussock.
This page provides an overview of the collaborative action being taken to address the threat posed
Description of WONS
Indigo Shire will welcome seven new citizens at a citizenship ceremony on Wednesday 17 September 2014 as part of Australian Citizenship Day 2014 celebrations.
Council carries out a wide range of activities within the community to keep residents safe, healthy and happy.
What will Indigo Shire be like for Violet in 2030? Violet will be 19 in 2030: what can she look forward to in terms of education, training, work, the changing climate, the environment that sustains us all, our rich culture and heritage?
The Lake Sambell Management Committee and Indigo Shire are inviting interested residents to discuss their vision for Lake Sambell, and come down and celebrate the 21st birthday of the Lake Sambell Committee of Management at Sandy Beach from 5-7pm on Saturday 19 November.
Methods to pay your rates
Over 65 stalls with grass and shade available. Stalls include craft, plants, local cakes & produce, books, trash & treasure and much more…
Two Indigo Shire Landcare groups have started the battle to control the spread of wild olive trees on roadsides and public land in the Rutherglen and Chiltern areas.
Indigo Shire Council and the Beechworth Treescape Group have agreed that an Interim Consultative Group will work with Council on tree management in Beechworth until a permanent group can be set up.
Council approval is needed to undertake works within Municipal Road Reserves
There will be readings of the writing of Ada Cambridge during a walk in Beechworth on Friday evening.
WRAP encourages the art of writing, intent listening, fresh thinking and joyful communicating.
An exhibition exploring the stories of ordinary Australians through their own photographs, letters, diaries and writings.
"In the Regions" Moving Image project.
Located in the Public Hall, High Street commencing at 7 p.m. Check Cinema website for details.
Weekend full of live music, markets, workshops, busking and great fun.
Wellsford St, Yackandandah from 9am-1pm. Local produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, olives and olive products, wine, jam, chutney and much more. Gold coin donation
Wellsford Street, Yackandandah from 9am-1pm. Local produce, fresh fruit and vegetables, olives and olive products, wine, jam, chutney and much more. Gold coin donation.
Yackandandah Map - Senior Citizens Hall
Indigo Shire Council has decided to keep the historic miner’s cottage on its present site in Wellsford Street, Yackandandah, as part of its new office project in the town.
On the third Saturday of each month we hold our monthly food swap, recently moved to the new Yackandandah Community Garden (William Street, next to the swimming pool).
This showcases 12 identities from the 19th Century and their counterparts in the community today. The exhibition will also feature postcards from the Yackandandah Primary School, showing their interpretation of some present Yackandandah identities. Conversations in the red chair - interviews with the "new" identities featured in the exhibition. Two identities will be interviewed at each session. • January 8• January 22• February 5.This exhibition will be on display until April 2012 during the usual opening times.
Featuring two signature cloths, one early 1920's for the Presbyterian Church Yackandandah as a fundraiser; the other a fundraiser for the Bush Nursing Hospital in Yackandandah for their new hospital built in 1929. Both have wonderful stories and together show about 400 local names. This exhibition will be on display until March 2013 during the usual opening times Wednesday-Sunday 11 till 4, School holidays every day, 11 till 4 Including Children's activities.
Updated plans for Indigo Shire Council's Yackandandah office will go on display by the end of this week.
Held at the heritage listed Yackandandah Hall and entry fee is $7. Practice lessons are held every Tuesday night and entry fee is $5
Held at the heritage listed Yackandandah Hall and entry fee is $7. Practice lessons are held every Tuesday night and entry fee is $5.
Held at the heritage listed Yackandandah Hall and entry fee is $7. Practice lessons are held every Tuesday night and entry fee is $5.
Yackandandah Option A February 2013.
Yackandandah Option B February 2013.
Comedy, dramas, animations and thrillers will be the order of the day at the inaugural screening of the 7 Hours and 7 Minutes short film festival to be held at the Bruarong Hall on Sunday 27 November from 7.30pm – 9.30pm.
Local Government is the third tier of government in Australia and is regarded as the closest level of government to the people. Indigo Shire Council is one of 79 Councils across Victoria.
Council has seven Councillors who serve the community for a four year term. Councillors were elected to office in October 2012.
Forty people attended Indigo Shire’s Youth Awards night on 14 June at the Tangambalanga Community Centre to celebrate the amazing young people of the Indigo Shire.
Youth Services in Indigo Shire are diverse and exciting. Opportunities exist to participate, to have input and to enhance and develop new skills and to come together and celebrate.
WIN one of 40 Wattson energy monitors valued at over $200 by entering the Watt Watchers competition run by Solar North East, by sharing your home energy efficiency, sustainability or solar power story.

Last updated: 29 July 2011