We are currently experiencing significant delays in processing applications, delivering planning decisions and investigating planning complaints from our community.
Our Shire has so much to offer people who love arts and culture.
We manage halls, community centres, libraries, swimming pools, the Carlyle Cemetery and more.
Indigo Shire's Burke Museum and Cultural Heritage Team is offering an exciting new program, through which community groups that manage, curate or display cultural heritage collections can be allocated a five-day block of staffing assistance to help deliver suitable projects.
There is a range of services which are offered in our Shire for people with a disability.
Our libraries play a vital role in connecting our communities. We have four branches across Indigo Shire. Here you can find out about opening hours, programs, activities and more.
Find out about activities and assistance for older people in our communities.
Red Cross is making Trauma Teddies for children who are unwell or affected by trauma.
We've embraced the concept of placemaking and over the past few years have developed and adopted placemaking strategies and plans for Kiewa-Tangambalanga, Chiltern and Yackandandah. Find out more.
Indigo Shire has a great deal to offer young people.
Each year, we offer several grants to benefit our residents. Find out more about each grant stream, including successful recipients, here.
To celebrate Volunteers Week, we wanted to shine the light on the great work you’re all doing by profiling volunteer community groups in our Shire.
In partnership with Charles Sturt University, we conducted a study to create a walkability index for Chiltern and Rutherglen. Find the report on our findings and further details on the study here.
Information on our sporting facilities, walking tracks, skate parks and swimming pools.
We’ve received State and Federal funding to develop a Community Recovery Package to support community driven events and projects, that promote community participation, resilience and recovery.