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Goulburn and Broken Rivers Flood Study

Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority is starting a flood study for the Goulburn River floodplain with a focus on rural areas. There are five drop-in sessions including Nagambie on 12 February and Trawool on 16 February.

Wallan to Heathcote Rail Trail feasibility study released

The Wallan to Heathcote Rail Trail feasibility study has been released and is available on our Engaging Mitchell website. It includes reports on community engagement , heritage, ecology, engineering and economics as well as a summary of what we heard from landholders along the trail. Council will consider next steps for the trail at the March Council meeting.

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Flood recovery works continue across Mitchell Shire

Emergency repairs and detailed assessments of flood and storm damaged Council roads have been completed, with the remainder of repair works to begin soon.

Abby Gilmore to speak at International Women’s Day high tea

The achievements of women across Mitchell Shire will be celebrated at a special high tea on International Women’s Day.

Age-friendly projects ready to be rolled out

After six months of consultation, discussion and brainstorming, four projects have been identified by Mitchell Shire’s seniors to help make their community more age-friendly.

Celebrate our shire’s diversity at the Mitchell Multicultural Festival

Cultures, flavours and traditions from across the world will be celebrated at the Mitchell Multicultural Festival in March.

Get involved in your community by helping tidy up on Clean Up Australia Day

Mitchell Shire Council is encouraging its residents to show their community pride by joining in a local Clean Up Australia Day event on Sunday 4 March.

Swimmers lapping it up at Mitchell Shire’s three outdoor pools

Plenty of warm weather has seen a 146 per cent increase so far in attendances at Mitchell Shire’s three outdoor pools.

Programs to improve the health and wellbeing of Mitchell’s young residents

A series of youth engagement programs, including cooking classes, street art workshops and mental health sessions, are about to be rolled out by Mitchell Youth Services.

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