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The Bannockburn Heart's basketball hoop was installed this morning, and Mayor Cr Helena Kirby, Deputy Mayor Cr Ian Getsom, Cr Clayton Whitfield and Cr Brett Cunningham joined local kids to mark the occasion.
Golden Plains Shire Council, the National Desexing Network and local veterinary clinics have joined forces to offer residents in need a subsidised desexing program to help prevent unwanted cats.
After a very different ANZAC Day in 2020, in-person services will return to Golden Plains Shire this year.
Golden Plains Shire communities will once again be able to commemorate ANZAC Day together, with in-person services to be held across the Shire.
The Fire Danger Period ended in Golden Plains Shire at 1am this morning, Tuesday 6 April, 2021.
While the official Fire Danger Period has come to an end, Council encourages residents to remain vigilant about fire.
This Easter long weekend is the community's last chance to make a splash at the Bannockburn Heart Waterplay before it’s turned off for the season.
The popular community facility opened in 2019 will close at 9pm, Easter Monday 5 April, 2021 until next summer.
Is your Golden Plains community group looking for funding for a project or program?
Applications open Thursday 1 April for the first round of Golden Plains Shire Council’s Community Strengthening Grants Program 2021.
Grants of up to $10,000 are available in four categories: