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16 Days of Activism

Pyrenees Shire Council is participating in the 16 Days of Activism campaign, which starts with White Ribbon Day on November 25.

Improving our standing as a ‘foodie’ destination

Food producers from across the region gathered yesterday to discuss how to better promote products from the Grampians Pyrenees.

Current Works

Information regarding roadworks currently underway within the Pyrenees Shire

Saying thank you to our hard-working volunteers

Pyrenees Shire Council is inviting all volunteers to a thank-you event later this month.
What's on?

Beaufort Mens Shed

Wednesday 22 November, 10:00 AM
We welcome new members to the facility in Albert Street (the road behind the railway station) in the old Apex Building. The Shed will be open on Wednesdays and Thursdays 10am - 3pm. Membership is $52 per year or $15 per quarter collected in advance. Tea and coffee by gold coin donation each visit.

Avoca Playgroup

Wednesday 22 November, 10:00 AM
Come along to playgroup on Wednesday mornings at the Community Room of the Children's Centre. Children up to the age of 4. Please bring a piece of fruit to share. 10am-12pm

Beaufort Table Tennis Club

Thursday 23 November, 1:00 PM
There is a table tennis club running at the Beaufort Town Hall every Thursday from 1pm to 3pm. It costs $5 for a membership, $3 per session and the first day is free. Gear is provided and refreshments are available.

Library for Littlies

Friday 24 November, 10:00 AM
Come and join in for a morning of play, fun and books and meet other families in your community - all are welcome!

Recent Updates

Pyrenees Shire Council is participating in the 16 Days of Activism campaign, which starts with White Ribbon Day on November 25.
Agenda uploaded.
Food producers from across the region gathered yesterday to discuss how to better promote products from the Grampians Pyrenees.
Information regarding roadworks currently underway within the Pyrenees Shire
Looking for something fun to do for kids age 8-15 during school holidays? Make sure you sign them up for one of the summer camps at Cave Hill Creek this January.
Pyrenees Shire Council is inviting all volunteers to a thank-you event later this month.
Pyrenees Shire residents can drop off unwanted chemicals free at the Ballarat Transfer Station (Gillies Street South, Ballarat) on Saturday December 2.
Get cosy in the car or bring a chair or a blanket and enjoy the movie "Footloose" under the stars.
BBQ, drinks, coffee and showbags on sale on the night!
An internationally recognised, multifaceted weekend of dance, colour, expression and celebration, people travel from all over the world to Lexton in western Victoria to experience what some have said is the best outdoor festival of its type in the Southern Hemisphere. More than 10,000 people gather over the Australia Day weekend to celebrate electronic music, art, performance, spiritual education, relaxation and healing.
Pursuant to Section 206, Schedule 10, Clause 10 of the Local Government Act 1989, the Pyrenees Shire Council at its meeting held on 21 June 2016 resolved to discontinue responsibility for Allotments 2039 and 2040.
Elected by the Councillors, the Mayor takes precedence at all municipal proceedings and speaks for council on policies and important local issues.
Information about Pyrenees Shire Council's elected Councillors.
Glenpatrick Recreation Reserve
Congratulations to four Pyrenees community groups that were successful in attaining a grant from the Ararat Wind Farm Sustainable Grants Program 2017.
A Community Action Plan is a list of objectives and issues that a community puts together to create a catalogue of needs for their community.

The plan lists issues and has timelines set against them.

14 Communities in the Pyrenees Shire have already established Community Action Plans.
There are a number of different payment options available to you for the payment of your Rates. These payment options can be used if you are paying your rates by installments or in full.

We acknowledge the people past and present of the Wadawurrung, Dja Dja Wurrung, and Djab Wurrung tribes, whose land forms the Pyrenees Shire. We pay our respect to the customs, traditions and stewardship of the land by the elders and people of these tribes.

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