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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

20
Oct2020

Smiles all round for Home Support Service staff, clients and...

The Mayor of Liverpool Plains Shire Council, Councillor Doug Hawkins OAM, has congratulated Council’s staff who manage the Shire’s Commonwealth Home Support Service (HSS), based out of Wer...

20
Oct2020

Applications for Liverpool Plains Shire Council’s Community Funding Program are...

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Doug Hawkins OAM, is advising eligible Shire community organisations that Round 2 of Council’s Community Funding Program is now open with...

20
Oct2020

$16,000 allocated from LPSC Local Heritage Fund to assist projects

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) has resolved to disperse $16,000 from its Local Heritage Fund via eleven grants to assist owners of places with heritage significance undertake conservation and r...

09
Oct2020

Council resolves to reduce fees for sporting facility user groups...

At its September Ordinary Meeting, Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) resolved to reduce the charges to sporting facility user groups by 50 per cent for the 2020/21 financial year. LPSC Mayor, Coun...

09
Oct2020

The Shire’s small businesses are encouraged to register to participate...

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Doug Hawkins OAM, is encouraging The Shire’s small business operators to register now to participate in two free, special online events, B...

06
Oct2020

LPSC election of Mayor and Deputy Mayor

At its Ordinary monthly meeting, held on 30 September, Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) conducted elections, by Ordinary ballot, for the positions of Mayor and Deputy Mayor. There were 2 nominati...

06
Oct2020

After 8 years serving the community Andrew Hope retires from...

At Liverpool Plains Shire Council’s (LPSC) September Ordinary Meeting, Mayor Councillor Andrew Hope, officially retired from his role as Mayor and as a Councillor. Councillor Hope was first elec...

25
Sep2020

Sunflower Art Workshop

The 2020 Sunflower Art and Craft Festival will be held at the Royal Theatre Quirindi on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 November. To get locals excited about and involved in this year's festival Liverpool Pla...

Media Releases & Exhibitions

20
Oct2020

Reimagining our Water Future

National Water Week’s theme for 2020 is Reimagining our Water Future. Liverpool Plains Shire Council’s (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Doug Hawkins OAM, believes this is a conversation all commun...

20
Oct2020

$70,000 investment in sport at Warrah Creek

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) applied for, and was successful in gaining, $70,000 through the Federal Government’s Drought Communities Program to resurface the tennis courts at Warrah Cr...

09
Oct2020

Spruce up for Premer CWA building

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) has engaged local Shire contractor Shannon Piggott to undertake the painting of the exterior of the Premer CWA building which also houses the local Health Service...

09
Oct2020

Refurbishment of Willow Tree Recreation Ground amenities block completed

The Mayor of Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC), Councillor Doug Hawkins OAM, has welcomed the completion of upgrades to the amenities block at the Willow Tree Recreation Ground saying the improved...

06
Oct2020

Restricted Access Vehicle into LGA during harvest time

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) has received a number of requests for restricted access vehicle (RVA) into the Local Government Area (LGA). The requests have been directed through the National H...

06
Oct2020

Sunny-side up! Let’s light up the Liverpool Plains with sunflowers...

Sunflowers have long been an emblem of the Liverpool Plains Shire and in recent years have become quite a drawcard for tourists who travel to the Shire specially to see them in bloom. The interest has...

06
Oct2020

Invasive Weed Alert

LPSC’s Biosecurity Officer – Weeds, is alerting the Shire’s landowners to Fireweed (Senecio madagascariensis), which is one of 32 introduced plants that have been identified as a Wee...

25
Sep2020

Turn off the taps: Water Night to focus our minds...

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) is encouraging water consumers to participate in a water awareness initiative, Water Night, on Thursday 22 October 2020, during National Water Week. The challenge...

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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