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Yanga National Park

28 January 2021

Yanga National Park Facility Status as of Monday 1st March 2021. A solid fuel fire ban is now in place

Blue-Green Algal Alerts

21 January 2021

Murrumbidgee River Burrinjuck Dam at Goodhope is on Red alert for blue-green algae.Lake Wyangan North has a Red status for

VIC – NSW Border Restrictions

21 December 2020

If you reside in local government areas along the border, you will NOT need a permit and will be able

Marma – Box Creek Road IS NOW OPEN (with speed limit)

30 November 2020

Road has a speed limits of 60km/h until Monday 7th December to a 15 km section of the road that

SECTION OF MARMA – BOX CREEK ROAD IS CLOSED FROM 16/11/2020 UNTIL 29/11/2020

12 November 2020

Section of Marma Box Creek Road (Mungo Road) is closed for all the traffic from the intersection of Ivanhoe Road

NSW Wild Dog Fence Extension Project Update – October 2020

27 October 2020

For the latest stakeholder dashboard update for the NSW Wild Dog Fence Extension project. Further information on the project, including

Balranald Shire Council Private Domestic Water Providers – Survey

20 October 2020

CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTIVE PRIVATE DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLIES ON RURAL & REMOTE PROPERTIESCouncil is undertaking a survey of water adequacy and

Murray and Sunraysia Blue Green Algae Report

16 October 2020

Blue Green Algal alert report is bsed on routine monitoring at sites in the Murrumbidgee and Lacklan Algae Reporting Area.

Small Business Month – October 2020

12 October 2020

Resilience NSW is the lead disaster management agency for NSW, responsible for all aspects of disaster recovery and building community

Mungo National Park –

12 October 2020

Mungo National Park – All opened – Please note that solid fueld fire ban is now in place for Mungo

EVENTS

6
Mar

Balranald River's Ride Day

Balranald Motorcycle Club is organising River's Ride Day at Balranald Motorcycle Track. We are kicking off the 2021 season with a fun filled day of riding, raffles and the long-awaited head shave. Sign-on 8:30AM Cost: $25 per rider Full canteen available COVID guidelines must be followed Remember if you are feeling unwell, please stay at home and help keep everyone safe.
6
Mar

Balranald Whole Town Garage Sale

Balranald Whole Town Garage Sale is on again, so start sorting your stuff! Bookings for Garage Sale: thegallery5@bigpond.com or phone Robyn 0418316347
7
Mar

Clean Up Australia Day

Balranald Shire Council is supporting Clean Up Australia Day 2021 by providing local Clean Up events rubbish removal and other necessary support.If you wish to organise Clean Up Event in our Council, then register your event here: www.cleanup.org.au/create-a-clean-up
16
Mar

Parrots, Plants, Pests and Pasture Expo at Euston

Landholders and community members are invited to attend Western Local Land Services’ Parrots, Plants, Pests and Pasture expo, where they will gain a greater understanding of local threatened species, including the Regent Parrot, while getting the latest production and project updates. Local staff members with a range of expertise will be on hand to present or simply have a chat with attendees throughout the afternoon. Attendees can also get up close and personal with a range of native animals in an interactive wildlife experience provided by EnviroEDU. Overview of the day 1:30 pm: Landholders/community members arrive. 1:45 pm: Identifying the Regent Parrot, habitat requirements, opportunities to assist the local population. 2: 30 pm: Meet the Western LLS team, your local contacts for all things parrots, plants, pests, pasture and much more. 3 pm: Pest animal update including an overview of...
16
Mar

Ordinary Council Meeting

More information: http://www.balranald.nsw.gov.au/council-documents/council-agenda/
8
Apr

Kyalite Progress Association Dinner Meeting

Kyalite Progress Association DINNER MEETING (Dinner and drinks provided) Kyalite Pub, Thursday April 8th 6 pm The Progress Association has a requirement to hold an AGM and complete an audit of accounts. We would like as many people as possible to come along and discuss/share ideas about some important community issues. Reflect on some past Progress Association achievements. How do we make best use of cash reserves the Association currently holds? How should we spend a significant amount of money Balranald Council has allocated for Kyalite? Are there projects, minor or major, that we could be aiming for? What is the future of the Kyalite Hall? These are all important questions worth answering, but the answers must come from the COMMUNITY. There have been recent discussions with Balranald Council regarding an improved water supply for Kyalite township. Come along, find...