Ever wondered who is responsible for keeping Crown reserves operating?
Council was pleased to have members of the community, including local businesses, reach out to us to assist the community should a fire emergency impact on the Dungog Shire. This is the type of community action and support that we are renowned for.
If your plan is to leave early, think about what you’ll do with your pets. Remember, the safest place to be is away from high risk bushfire areas. If you choose to take your pets with you, it’s important to confine them early and remember:
Please be advised that the NSW Premier has declared a State of Emergency in NSW for seven (7) days from 11 November, 2019.
Due to tomorrow's catastrophic fire rating for the Greater Hunter, we are cancelling tomorrow night's meeting and will reschedule to another time.
Williams River Caravan Park in Clarence Town, owned and operated by Dungog Shire Council, has five (5) two bedroom cabins that are surplus to need. Council is seeking expressions of interest from interested parties for the purchase and removal of all five cabins.
Nominations are now being accepted from interested members of the community for positions on the Dungog Shire Australia Day Committee to organise the 2020 celebrations. The Committee will organise and run the Dungog Shire Australia Day celebrations.
Invitation to Tender
Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) is undertaking overbridge refurbishment works at Monkerai Road, Monkerai as part of the NSW Government's rail infrastructure program across the country rail network.
Dungog Shire Council is developing a Rural Lands Strategy to guide the development of the Shire and to manage and protect viable agricultural and environmental lands, allow for sustainable rural residential living and facilitate new opportunities for tourism and rural industry.