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Welcome to the Liverpool Plains

Centrally located in north-west New South Wales and strategically nestled in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, our diverse and abundantly resourceful Shire is surrounded by picturesque mountain ranges and expands across the vast and bountiful Liverpool Plains. The population centres of Quirindi and Werris Creek are located at the heart of our Shire and are supported by a number of smaller villages and hamlets including Blackville, Caroona

 

Currabubula, Pine Ridge, Premer, Spring Ridge, Wallabadah and Willow Tree. These vibrant communities, rich in agricultural and indigenous heritage, form part of an emerging cultural hub. Our strong and prosperous communities are supported by excellent medical and educational facilities, making the Liverpool Plains region the perfect place to work, play and live.

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Latest News

26
Jun2020

Free School Holiday Dance Lessons

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) in collaboration with Encore Dance Studio are hosting FREE youth dance lessons with the Shire’s own dance instructor, Erica Lawrence during the July school...

19
Jun2020

What an inspiration

When Plains Fitness Quirindi reopened, following the easing of COVID19 restrictions, the first person through the door, eager to restart her fitness regime, was Judith Barnes who was presented with a...

19
Jun2020

LPSC adopts ambitious budget program for 2020/21

Liverpool Plains Shire Council will invest more than $8.2 million in capital works and deliver major infrastructure and improvements to community facilities over the next 12 months, after adopting its...

16
Jun2020

Plains Fitness reopens with safety for all the top priority

With the further easing of COVID19 restrictions, Plains Fitness Quirindi is excited to announce that they are reopening on Monday 15 June, from 6am. Some changes to operations have been implemented to...

16
Jun2020

Keeping our libraries, staff, and community safe

With the libraries at Werris Creek and Quirindi reopening face-to-face operations, under strict social distancing and hygiene protocols, one of the major tasks being undertaken by librarians is safely...

16
Jun2020

Thanks for massive effort

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope, has extended his thanks to Council’s cleaning staff for their massive efforts maintaining a safe environment during the COVID...

16
Jun2020

Visitor Information Centre ready to welcome and assist travellers

The staff at Liverpool Plains Shire’s Visitor Information Centre (VIC) at Willow Tree are looking forward to once again being able to assist travellers with information, road advice, free maps a...

09
Jun2020

Infrastructure works underway in Quirindi

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) has commenced work on two projects which will improve road infrastructure in Quirindi. Drainage and parking lane improvement works valued at $190,000 are being ca...

Media Releases & Exhibitions

26
Jun2020

New date set for Garage Sale Trail 2020

Earlier this year, the annual Garage Sale Trail was announced to be held at its usual date towards the end of October, however, due to COVID-19 this date was cancelled, and the organisers have now ann...

26
Jun2020

Safety first at rail level crossings

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope, is reminding motorists and pedestrians to be vigilant at rail level crossings, to be aware of their surroundings and to look and ob...

26
Jun2020

Youth art workshops to be held during school holidays

During the July school holidays, Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) and E.Rose Art will present two FREE youth art workshops. “The free art classes will be held on Wednesday 8 July. The first...

26
Jun2020

Free tennis clinics during school holidays

During the July school holidays, Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) have teamed up with Perform with Power Tennis Academy to offer two free tennis clinics for young people who want to learn or pick...

19
Jun2020

Travellers welcome as Quirindi Caravan Park reopens

The Liverpool Plains Shire, has over recent years, built an excellent reputation amongst travellers as a great place to visit and stay on their journey. Following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions t...

16
Jun2020

New permits required for certain classes of pets

From 1 July 2020, the NSW Government is introducing annual permits for owners of non-desexed cats, restricted dog breeds, and dogs declared to be dangerous. These changes will require the owners of ca...

16
Jun2020

Community based Heritage Planning Study adopted

At its May Ordinary Meeting, Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) adopted the Liverpool Plains Community-Based Heritage Study. The heritage study investigates the history of the local government area...

09
Jun2020

Safety enhanced for community

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope, has welcomed the completion of trials and training that has resulted in the Westpac rescue helicopter now being able to utilise the...

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Opening Hours

Monday to Friday:

8.30AM - 5.00PM

Sat to Sun: Closed

Public Holidays: Closed

 

Physical Address

60 Station Street

Quirindi NSW

2343

 

Postal Address

PO Box 152

Quirindi NSW

2343

Contact Details

Phone: 02 6746 1755

Fax: 02 6746 3255

Email: lpsc@lpsc.nsw.gov.au

After Hours Emergency: 02 6746 1755