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We were recently honoured to host Richard Cornish, widely-respected food writer, as he discovered six (amazing) reasons to visit Smythedale.
From the rich history to electric bikes, you'll find something in Smythesdale for you, so why not explore your own back yard?
This year’s Golden Plains Arts Trail is jam-packed with creativity; you’ll find amazing artists, artwork, food, music (and more) across all corners of the Shire.
Golden Plains Shire Council encourages residents to visit Teesdale Primary School’s Mudbrick Café for tasty, seasonal food; it’s open to the community on Wednesday 14 March, 11.30am-12.15pm.
Golden Plains Shire Council is pleased to announce that a Council school holiday program will be run at the Bannockburn Children’s Service over the April school holidays for children aged 5-12 years.
We are delighted to announce that Golden Plains Shire Council will again partner with the Western Bulldogs Football Club to offer the innovative Sons of the West men’s health program this March in Smythesdale.
This year’s Golden Plains Arts Trail is overflowing with creativity from all corners of the Shire
Golden Plains Shire Council wishes to advise residents of important information from nbn: they are urging homes and businesses in parts of Bannockburn to switch their landline phone and internet services over to the nbn network before the existing copper network is disconnected in May.