Lockhart Shire nestles in the heart of the Riverina and is one of it's most productive agricultural and pastoral areas.
Public Consultations to Gain Community Support for Council's Decision to Remain Independent and Stand Alone
Lockhart Shire Council invites residents to attend Community Consultation Meetings on the dates below:
The Rock Memorial Hall - Tuesday, 14 April at 6.00pm
Yerong Creek Hall - Wednesday, 15 April at 6.00pm
Lockhart Council Chambers - Thursday, 16 April at 6.00pm
Pleasant Hills Hall - Tuesday, 21 April at 6.00pm
Osborne Recreation Ground - Wednesday, 22 April at 6.00pm.
If you are unable to attend the meetings, written comments can be provided to the General Manager as follows:
Mail: PO Box 21, LOCKHART NSW 2656
FOR POLICIES CURRENTLY SUBJECT TO REVIEW PLEASE REFER TO 'RECENT NEWS' SECTION OF THIS WEBSITE.
Welcome to Lockhart Shire Council
Home of the True Country Spirit
Lockhart Shire nestles in the heart of the Riverina and is one of the regions most productive agricultural and pastoral areas.The Shire offers visitors a relaxed country atmosphere that is steeped in history.
Lockhart Shire's main towns and villages include Lockhart, The Rock, Yerong Creek, Pleasant Hills and Milbrulong. Each community has it's own unique character and history.
With a huge range of things to do and see whilst in the Lockhart Shire, you'll be able to enjoy all the sights and fun without the hassles of other holiday destinations.
Lockhart is centrally situated 62kms south-west of Wagga Wagga, 62 kms east of Narrandera and 105 kms north of Albury.
The Rock is on the Olympic Highway 25 kms south of Wagga Wagga with Yerong Creek another 15 kms down the Highway.
Council is mindful of community consultation and when required public meetings are held to assist with this process. Current community consultation meetings.
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The information below lists help services and web links.
- Trauma and children
- Helping children and young people cope
- Helping children and adolescents cope with violence and disasters - what parents can do
- Helping others
- Looking after yourself after a disaster
- Coping with a traumatic event