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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 24 September 2019
Pyrenees Shire Council has changed our internet and phone provider and upgraded our firewall and server.
Published on 14 October 2019
Council is offering free green waste disposal to residents to encourage property owners to clean up around the home.
Published on 07 October 2019
Council would like to acknowledge this sentiment about the proposed lane change expressed at Councillor Eason’s Community Conversation in Avoca..
26 October 2019
A great country market in a great country town, held on the fourth Saturday of the month including a mix of food, arts, crafts, collectibles, plants and heaps more.
27 October 2019
Held on the fourth Sunday of each month the Avoca Riverside Market is held along the banks of the Avoca River and in Cambridge Street.
02 November 2019
A night of colour and excitement at the Moonambel Fireworks. Live music, kids activities, food & wine and a massive bonfire.
Frequently asked questions about the Draft Avoca Framework and Main Street Plan.
Pyrenees Shire Council will not sit by and tolerate violent and aggressive behaviour.
We need your input; at a meeting or complete a survey on customer service or economic development.
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 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.