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Did you know water is essential for brain function and physical performance?
Golden Plains Shire Council, as part of the G21 Geelong Regional Alliance, is encouraging residents to Choose Water This Summer.
Congratulations to this year’s Golden Plains Shire 2019 Australia Day Awards recipients.
Mayor Cr Owen Sharkey presented the awards at a special ceremony on Tuesday 22 January at the Bannockburn Cultural Centre in front of an enthusiastic crowd.
Same great market, slightly different location!
The popular Golden Plains Farmers Market returns with a fresh new look in 2019, starting 8.30am-12.30pm, Saturday 2 February 2019.
Construction work has started on the $1.4M project to widen, replace and seal Tall Tree Road in Lethbridge.
The Golden Plains Shire 2019 Australia Day Award for Community Group of the Year recognises a group of two or more persons which has performed a service to the community, raised funds for a community charity, or brought recognition and credit to the community through a cultural,
The Golden Plains Shire 2019 Australia Day Award for Young Citizen of the Year recognises the community involvement, school activities and future goals of an individual aged 25 years or younger as of 26 January 2019.
This year’s nominees are:
The Golden Plains Shire 2019 Australia Day Award for Senior Citizen of the Year recognises the extraordinary work of an individual aged 65 years or older as of 26 January 2019. Consideration is given to the nature and length of activity or service.