It is with great pleasure that Dungog Shire Council announces that the Williams River Holiday Park at Clarence Town is reopening for this Easter.
Online publication to make Motorcycling the Hunter even easier
Motorcycling enthusiasts across the Hunter are set to benefit from a new online guide showcasing the most popular motorcycle rides in our region — from pristine coastlines to wine country roads and beyond.
Dungog Shire Council recently conducted a review of the Williams River Holiday Park.
Regrettably, the review identified deficiencies in relation to safety and compliance that brought into question the ability of the Park to continuing operating in its current form.
Dungog Shire Council's Special Rate Variation Application is available for viewing at the following link:
The signed Consent Orders in the Martins Creek Quarry case are available for viewing below.
Through the Active Kids program, the NSW Government will provide a $100 voucher to parents/guardians/carers of school-enrolled children to use for registration and participation costs of sport and fitness activities.
The nbn™ network is rolling out in the Dungog Shire Local Government Area. It’s now available to residents and businesses in parts of the Shire.
The Martins Creek Quarry Expansion project involves the extraction of 1.5 million tonnes of material per annum.
The initial recommendations of the Local Government Independent Review Panel was to seek evidence based responses from Hunter & Central Coast Councils to the panels proposal for mergers.
If the matter pertains to planning, road or traffic related issues please contact Council on 4995 7777.
Should you wish to raise matters with the quarry operators, Daracon directly their contact details are: