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Information about what payment methods are available to you for Pyrenees Shire Council.
Information about Council's community capital grants and community grants programs.
Employment opportunities available at Pyrenees Shire Council.
Details about rubbish, recycling, green waste, hard waste and e-waste.
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Published on 06 May 2021
Pyrenees Shire Council is carrying out a signage audit and will be replacing street, facility and shire boundary signs in the coming months.
Published on 05 May 2021
Council’s Lawrence Street Office and resource centres in Avoca and Beaufort will be closed on the morning of Tuesday, May 18.
Published on 29 March 2021
Pyrenees Shire Council is running a photo competition to encourage people to visit the region and reinvigorate the local economy
07 May 2021
The latest exhibition at Gallery 127 - "My Arts Journey" by Jo Howell and "Open to Interpretation" by Belinda Rogers.
08 May 2021
Enjoy the beautiful extensive grounds whilst learning about the wonderful history of the Mount Mitchell Estate.
09 May 2021
Come along to the Old Time Dance at the Avoca Hall and practice your dance steps.
Find out where to get the latest information and updates about Coronavirus.
Council has produced this visual guide to help you to understand permit requirements.
Council produces monthly email newsletters, from a number of subject areas and departments.
Council is looking for the creative community to help create a new strategy.
View and provide feedback on our draft Budget.
View and provide feedback on our draft Revenue and Rating Plan.
Our Council is located at:
5 Lawrence Street
BEAUFORT VIC 3373
Phone: 1300 PYRENEES (1300 797 363)
Fax: (03) 5349 2068
We acknowledge the people past and present of the Wadawurung, Dja Dja Wurrung, Eastern Maar, and Wotjobaluk 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 on whose land we meet today.