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ORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK, MORANDING, WI NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDENE, TA WHITEHEADS CREEK, SEYMOUR, PUCKAPUNYAL, HIGHLANDS, MITCHELL SHIRE COUNCIL GLENHOPE, GLENHOPE EAST, KILMORE EAST, MIA MIA, TYAA D, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALONG COMMUNITY INFORMATION ROADFORD, SEYMOUR, WANGONG, HEATHCOTE JUNCTION,WA HANDBOOK EVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE JUNC ORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK, MORANDING, WI NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDENE, TA WHITEHEADS CREEK, SEYMOUR, PUCKAPUNYAL, HIGHLANDS,

Your guide to living, working and playing in Mitchell Shire where a unique blend of rural and urban services enable you to get the most out of your community environment.


CONTACT US. Telephone (03) 5734 6200

FAX (03) 5734 6222

Email mitchell@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au 113 High Street, Broadford 3658

Customer Service Centres BROADFORD Broadford Library and Customer Service Centre, 113 High Street

TOWNSHIP POSTCODES:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

8.15am - 5pm

Tuesday and Thursday

8.15am - 6pm

Saturday

10am - 1pm

KILMORE Kilmore Library and Customer Service Centre, 12 Sydney Street

BEVERIDGE

3753

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

9am - 5pm

BROADFORD

3658

Tuesday and Thursday

9am - 6pm

CLONBINANE

3658

Saturday and Sunday

9am - 5pm

HEATHCOTE JUNCTION 3758

SEYMOUR

KILMORE

3764

MIA MIA

3444

PUCKAPUNYAL

3662

PYALONG

3521

REEDY CREEK

3658

SEYMOUR

3660

TALLAROOK

3659

Monday Friday

TOOBORAC

3522

Saturday

TRAWOOL

3660

WALLAN

3756

WANDONG

3758

Seymour Library and Customer Service Centre, 125 Anzac Avenue Monday to Friday Saturday (Library Services Only)

10am - 6pm 10am -1pm

WALLAN Wallan Library and Customer Service Centre, 12/81 High Street, Wellington Square 9am - 6pm 10am - 1pm

WWW.MITCHELLSHIRE.VIC.GOV.AU Disclaimer: All efforts were made to ensure the accuracy of this information. See website for updates.

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CONTENTS.

COUNCILLORS AND GOVERNANCE

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Mitchell Shire Profile and Map Current Councillors of the Mitchell Shire 2008 - 2012 Corporate Governance and Community Advocacy Council Meetings and Elections Citizenship Ceremonies and Community Grants Council Communications

SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS

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Economic Development and Tourism Statutory Planning Strategic Planning and Sustainability Rates, Valuations and Property, Building, Roads and Infrastructure Local Laws Environmental Health, Environment and Conservation Emergency Management

ARTS AND CULTURE

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Arts and Culture, Festivals and Events Libraries

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PEOPLE - AGES AND STAGES

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Community Services Maternal and Child Health Playgroups, Commercial Childcare and Kindergartens Immunisation Aged and Disability Services Disabled Parking Permits Social Development and Wellbeing

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RECREATION AND LEISURE

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Leisure Centres and Pools Environmental and Bushland Reserves Parks Playgrounds Sports Reserves

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WASTE SERVICES

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Rubbish and Recycling Collection Refuse Sites

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MITCHELL SHIRE IS LOCATED LESS THAN AN HOUR NORTH OF MELBOURNE IN THE HEART OF VICTORIA.

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FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE Established in 1994, SUNDAY Mitchell Shire CREEK, Council incorporates nine DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, MORANDIN Councillors, one of which is elected Mayor annually, Chief AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN Executive Officer and four Directors. Councillors meet regularly OL, WHITEHEADS CREEK, PUCKAPUNYAL, HIGHLA to discussSEYMOUR, issues, make decisions and set the strategic direction. ORAC, GLENHOPE, GLENHOPE EAST, KILMORE EAST, MIA MIA, FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON RE, BROADFORD, SEYMOUR, WANGONG, HEATHCOTE JUNCTIO NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK, MORANDIN AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN


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Mitchell Shire is located less than an hour north of Melbourne in the heart of Victoria.

SHEPPARTON MANGALORE AIRPORT

BENDIGO

NE VICTORIA

50 mins 60 mins

60 mins

MITCHELL SHIRE Northern Highway

SEYMOUR Goulburn River

Goulburn Valley Highway

BROADFORD 30 mins Hume Freeway

KILMORE

WANDONG/HEATHCOTE JUNCTION WALLAN

30 mins

MELBOURNE AIRPORT

MELBOURNE/SYDNEY RAIL 40 mins

MELBOURNE CBD

MITCHELL SHIRE PROFILE

KEY INDUSTRY SECTORS INCLUDE MANUFACTURING, RETAIL, TRANSPORT, THOROUGHBREDS, GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND DEFENCE.

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The southern boundary borders the Cities of Hume and Whittlesea north of Kalkallo on the Hume Freeway. To the west, Mitchell abuts the Macedon Ranges and Mount Alexander Shires as well as the City of Greater Bendigo. In the north, Mitchell shares its border with the Shire of Strathbogie and in the east, Murrindindi Shire. Mitchell Shire is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Victoria. It incorporates the townships and localities of Beveridge, Broadford, Bylands, Clonbinane, Forbes, Glenaroua, Glenhope, Glenhope East, Heathcote Junction, Heathcote South,

Hilldene, High Camp, Highlands, Hughes Creek, Kilmore, Kilmore East, Puckapunyal, Pyalong, Mia Mia, Northwood, Nulla Vale, Moranding, Reedy Creek, Seymour, Sunday Creek, Sugarloaf Creek, Tallarook, Tarcombe, Tooborac, Trawool, Tyaak, Upper Plenty, Wallan, Wallan East, Wandong, Waterford Park, Whiteheads Creek and Willowmavin. The 2011 census credits Mitchell Shire with a population of 34,637, a 12 percent increase in growth from the 2006 census. It occupies an area of 2,864km2. The highest population densities in the Shire are in the 5-17 year old and 34-39 year old demographics.


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Mitchell Shire Council is made up of nine Councillors spread across three wards with 3 Councillors representing each ward.

CURRENT COUNCILLORS OF THE MITCHELL SHIRE 2012 - 2016 NORTH WARD Cr Bill Chisholm 0438 371 195

Cr.Bill.Chisholm@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Cr Bill Melbourne 0400 822 593

Cr.William.Melbourne@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Cr Rhonda Sanderson 0429 857 565

Cr.Rhonda.Sanderson@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

CENTRAL WARD Cr Ross Lee 0409 291 249

Cr.Ross.Lee@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Cr Rodney Parker 0428 587 273

Cr.Rodney.Parker@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Cr Des Callaghan 0407 534 360

COUNCIL MEETINGS ORDINARY MEETINGS OF COUNCIL

SOUTH WARD Cr Bob Cornish 0448 701 492

ARE HELD REGULARLY AND ARE

Cr Sue Marstaeller

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. PLEASE

0458 951 045

SEE THE MEETINGS SECTION OF COUNCIL’S WEBSITE WWW.MITCHELLSHIRE.VIC.GOV.AU

Cr.Des.Callaghan@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Cr.Bob.Cornish@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Cr.Sue.Marstaeller@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Cr Kevin Mulroney 0427 802 536

Cr.Kevin.Mulroney@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

FOR THE CURRENT SCHEDULE.

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND COMMUNITY ADVOCACY Established in 1994, Mitchell Shire Council incorporates nine Councillors, including an annually elected Mayor, Chief Executive Officer and four Directors. Councillors meet regularly to discuss issues, make decisions and to set the strategic direction of Council. They consider strategic documents such as the Council Plan and Annual Budget. Council makes major decisions and considers some planning applications. As elected representatives, Councillors have a responsibility to the wider community to ensure Council is compliant in all that it does. Councillors have responsibility for employing and supervising the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Once Council makes a decision through a majority vote of Councillors present at an official meeting, Council staff implement those decisions as directed by the CEO. The CEO employs all other Council staff.

COUNCIL MEETINGS Ordinary meetings of Council are held regularly and are open to the public. Refer to the ‘Meetings’ section on Council’s website for the current schedule. Time is allocated for public questions at each meeting and these are answered immediately if possible. Where an immediate response cannot be given and issues need to be investigated, a written response will be provided as soon as possible. www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

COUNCIL ELECTIONS

COMMUNITY GRANTS

Council funded community grants If you are already on the State and Federal electoral rolls with your current exist as a source of financial support to incorporated local community groups address, you will automatically be on and are available annually. Availability of the local government electoral roll as well. Council elections are held every 4 grants is publicised in the local media in May and on Council’s website. Grants years. are also offered by State and Federal You need to enrol to vote if you are: Government programs and Council can • 18 years of age or older assist organisations trying to source • An Australian citizen grant opportunities. • Have lived at your present address for at least one month Voting is compulsory in municipal elections for all residents living in the ward in which the election is being held. Fines apply for not voting. For more information about local elections contact the Victorian Electoral Commission www.vec.vic.gov.au or phone 1300 805 478.

CITIZENSHIP CEREMONIES Council conducts citizenship ceremonies each year for members of the community attaining Australian citizenship. The Department of Immigration and Border Control is responsible for processing citizenship applications. For information about your citizenship application, eligibility or other citizenship matters contact the Citizenship Information Line: 13 18 80 or visit the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection website www.citizenship.gov.au.

COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS Council now relies on its website as a tool to inform, service and consult the community. The website has a number of key features including: • Community, business and tourism directories • Links to the Mitchell Libraries • Community events calendar • Online payment facility for rates • Contact details for Councillors • Information about a wide range of topics including meetings, services, local laws, planning, news, employment, tenders and local public notices

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While recognising the need for easyto-access, walk in customer service across the Shire, Council plans to take advantage of the power, flexibility and cost effectiveness of the internet as a tool to connect with our local community. All advertised Council job vacancies are publicised on Council’s website.


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Sustainable Environments.

FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE Council has a commitment to ensure that the Shire’s natural DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK, MORANDIN resources and environment are protected and rehabilitated to AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN support healthy ecosystems and environmental sustainability. OL, WHITEHEADS CREEK, SEYMOUR, PUCKAPUNYAL, HIGHLA ORAC, GLENHOPE, GLENHOPE EAST, KILMORE EAST, MIA MIA, FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON RE, BROADFORD, SEYMOUR, WANGONG, HEATHCOTE JUNCTIO NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK, MORANDIN AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN


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The key responsibility of the Strategic Planning and Sustainability Department is to provide guidelines, policies, and a strategic vision to the Council to ensure sustainable land use management and development throughout the Shire.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TOURISM The Economic Development, Marketing and Communications Department encourages growth and efficiency within existing businesses and helps attract new enterprises to the region. Economic development is about harnessing opportunities, fostering entrepreneurship and building community capacity. Mitchell Shire offers help to identify local business and investment opportunities. Council can provide information and advice on statistics, demographics, land availability and much more. The Economic Development, Marketing and Communications Department also identifies tourism projects and initiatives that will enhance the Mitchell Shire as a preferred tourist destination and gateway. Council encourages the development of tourism infrastructure in the region; liaises with local operators; supports promotional activities; manages visitor information centres in Kilmore and Seymour; assists with the development of festivals and events; and uses regional, state and national networks to promote the region.

STATUTORY PLANNING Statutory Planning is the assessment of planning permit applications against the Mitchell Planning Scheme in respect of land use and development within the shire. The planning scheme contains State and local planning policies, zones and overlays and other provisions that affect how land can be used and developed. The planning scheme will indicate if a planning permit is required for such things as to change the use of land, to construct a building or make other changes to the land, for the removal of vegetation, or for the subdivision of land. There are two types of information in a planning scheme: a set of planning scheme maps that show the zones and overlays that apply to land covered by the planning scheme, and written information or ordinance that sets out the requirements of the policies, zones and overlays. Planning policies are statements about how decisions will be made. State planning policies are concerned with issues such as urban consolidation, neighbourhood character or protecting agricultural land, while local planning policies are concerned with issues of regional and local significance. Council must take into account both the State and local planning policies when making a planning decision. A copy of the Mitchell Planning Scheme is available at http://planningschemes. dpcd.vic.gov.au/mitchell/home.html

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Proposals to use or develop land will require different types of information to be provided and it is recommended that you contact the Statutory Planning Department to determine firstly if a planning permit is required and then the types of information that will be required. There are also some helpful information sheets on the Statutory Planning page of Council’s website.

STRATEGIC PLANNING AND SUSTAINABILITY The key responsibility of the Strategic Planning and Sustainability Department is to provide guidelines, policies, and a strategic vision to the Council to ensure sustainable land use management and development throughout the Shire. The Strategic Planning Department guides future growth and development in Mitchell Shire by managing important elements and features of the physical, built and social environment. Strategic Planning seeks to anticipate the future needs of the Shire’s residents, businesses and community groups and to provide planning responses, where appropriate, in the form of planning scheme amendments. The strategic role revolves around monitoring and updating the Mitchell Planning Scheme to create a balanced set of land use, development and design guidelines that will enhance the Shire.


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The Strategic Planning Department is responsible for the majority of planning scheme amendments required for Mitchell Shire, which can include the rezoning of land, the implementation of structure and growth management plans and changes to the Local Planning Policy Framework, while also selecting appropriate sections of the Victorian Planning Provisions to apply to the Planning Scheme. Environmental Sustainability and Resilience The Council Plan 2013-17 highlights Environmental Resilience as one of its five strategic objectives, describing this as “Responding to changing environmental conditions and protecting and enhancing our natural environment to ensure long term sustainability.” Council has illustrated its commitment to environmental sustainability through its adoption and implementation of the Sustainable Resource Management Strategy (SRMS). This Strategy commits Council to carbon emissions and water use reduction targets of 20% on 2009/10 levels by 2020. Twelve high priority actions are outlined in the SRMS to ensure Council achieves these targets, including energy efficient street lighting retrofits, incorporating Environmentally Sustainable Design (ESD) principles into Council capital works programs, increasing sustainable procurement and installation of renewable energy in Council facilities. Mitchell will lead by example – reducing greenhouse gas emissions and water use through internal operations. Council will also continue to engage and support the

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community to improve environmental sustainability, increase energy and water efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.

RATES, VALUATIONS AND PROPERTY Council allows for rates to be paid in up to four instalments with interest on any overdue instalment calculated from the due date. Please see your rate notice for further details or contact our Revenue Office on 5734 6200. The due dates for instalments each year are: 1st instalment – 30 September 2nd instalment – 30 November 3rd instalment – 28 February 4th instalment – 31 May Valuations Rates are calculated using the Capital Improved Value method (CIV) which measures the value of the land and any improvements. Valuations are carried out across the Municipality every two years. Land Management Rebate Mitchell Shire Council offers a land management rebate to eligible properties over 4ha in area subject to environmental works being undertaken. Application forms are sent out in February each year.

BUILDING Council is responsible for the administration of building control functions under various Regulations and Acts to ensure buildings meet relevant building and safety standards for owners, occupiers and the general public.

Complaints relating to environmental conditions such as drainage, odour and rodents should be directed to Council on 5734 6200. Property It is your responsibility to notify Council in writing of any changes to ownership or occupation of your property.

STATUTORY PLANNING A COPY OF THE MITCHELL PLANNING SCHEME IS AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING LINK: HTTP:// PLANNINGSCHEMES.DPCD.VIC. GOV.AU/MITCHELL/HOME.HTML

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These include: • Issuing building permits and undertaking mandatory building inspections/enforcement associated with complaints and safety issues • Distribution of advisory building information • Inspection and reports regarding swimming pool fencing

ROADS AND INFRASTRUCTURE Responsibility for local roads rests with Council while VicRoads has responsibility for main roads, freeways and highways. Other Council infrastructure includes footpaths, kerb and channel, drainage, local roads and bridges. The cost of building streets, roads and bridges is covered, in part, by rates, grants, special charge schemes and other funding. To report a problem with a Council managed road contact: 5734 6200.

LOCAL LAWS Council is responsible for ensuring State and Local Government legislation is observed for the general benefit of the community and covers many different aspects in regard to community amenity on private land as well as Council owned and managed land. Animals Council assists residents to manage their animals in a way that ensures that any nuisance or safety issues are www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

eliminated or reduced. Council assists with companion pets, working animals and livestock. There is a myriad of information available to assist pet owners, small property holders and farmers to maintain the health and welfare of animals in their care.

Animal registrations can be made at:

Codes of Practice provide minimum standards and best practice options for looking after your animals for everything from fencing, food, health, breeding and exercise requirements.

Kilmore Library and Customer Service Centre - 12 Sydney Street, Kilmore: 5782 1322

The Local Laws Unit enforces provisions of the Domestic Animals Act 1994 and the Impounding of Livestock Act 1994. Officers also assist in the enforcement of provisions of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. The rules outlined in these Acts cover all types of pets, animals and birds. It is also the responsibility of Council to manage the animal registration scheme which ensures your dog or cat is returned to you should it become lost. Dogs and cats over the age of 3 months must be registered with Council by 10 April each year. Current rates for registration are available on Council’s website. The Domestic Animals Act outlines a range of issues associated with animal ownership. There is a limit to how many pets you can keep on your premises. You may need a permit to keep sheep, poultry, rodents, reptiles, dogs, cats and other animals. For more information visit Council’s website.

Broadford Library and Customer Service Centre - 113 High Street, Broadford: 5734 6200 Seymour Library and Customer Service Centre - 125 Anzac Avenue, Seymour: 5792 1861

Wallan Library and Customer Service Centre - Wellington Square, Wallan: 5783 3555 Lost and Found Animals Local Laws Officers impound lost animals and livestock. All dogs and cats that are impounded are kept for eight days prior to assessing their suitability for rehousing as required by State Legislation. If you have lost or found a pet you can go to Council’s ‘Animals of Mitchell Shire’ Facebook page. Like our page to see what’s been impounded, or post a photo and details of your lost or found pet. Pet events Pets are an important part of the Mitchell community and bring significant health, social and wellbeing benefits to owners. Council holds an annual event for people to come together with their pets and enjoy a day of stalls, rides, competitions and fun at the Mitchell Pet Expo. The popular Pet Expo is held annually in November at the Hadfield Reserve.


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Microchipping days are also held across the Shire throughout the year offering registration and discounted microchipping for your dog or cat. Check Council’s website or go to Council’s ‘Animals of Mitchell Shire’ Facebook page. Domestic Animal Businesses A domestic animal business is defined under the Domestic Animals Act 1994 as: A an animal shelter, Council pound or pet shop; or B an enterprise which carries out the breeding of dogs or cats to sell, where:

up to $1,440 and the business registration may also be revoked. Cruelty and welfare concerns can also be reported to Council and will be investigated under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1986.

(DEPI) as Council is unable to assist with snake removal. Alternatively, check the Yellow Pages or local papers for contact details of snake removers. DEPI Customer Service can be contacted: 136 186.

Complaints about animals

European Wasps/Bees

Legislation in Victoria sets out what your rights and responsibilities as an animal owner are; the Domestic Animals Act 1994 for dogs and cats, the Impounding of Livestock Act 1996 for livestock, and the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1986 for all animals.

Council cannot remove wasps/bees on private land. If the nest is on Council land contact Council: 5734 6200.

Under legislation there are many issues that can be dealt with by the Local Laws Unit. Complaints made to Council may be for dogs or livestock wandering, dog attacks, barking dogs or nuisance cats, just to name a few. Links below provide helpful information ii in the case of an enterprise whose in dealing with these issues. proprietor is not a member of an If you have concerns about keeping applicable organisation, the your pet or animal content so that enterprise has 3 or more fertile it doesn’t become a nuisance to female dogs or 3 or more fertile neighbours, ensure that secure female cats; or confinement, socialising, mental and physical stimulation and good welfare C an enterprise that is run for profit practices are undertaken for dogs and which carries out the rearing, training cats. For more information phone: or boarding of dogs or cats. 5734 6200 or check Council’s website. Businesses that operate without being registered with Council and/or Snakes complying with mandatory Codes of Issues regarding snakes can be Practice under the Domestic Animals directed to the Department of Act 1994 may be liable for penalties Environment and Primary Industries i

in the case of an enterprise whose proprietor is a member of an applicable organisation, the enterprise has 10 or more fertile female dogs or 10 or more fertile female cats; or

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Wildlife Queries The Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) is the statutory authority with regard to wildlife e.g.: kangaroos, emus, dingoes and possums and looks after animal welfare issues, particularly in relation to farm animals and reports of exotic diseases in farm animals. The DEPI can be contacted: 9658 4000. For domestic animal welfare issues, contact Council: 5734 6200 or the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA): 9224 2222. Wildlife emergencies can be directed to Help for Wildlife: 0417 380 687. Asset Protection Asset protection permits are required under the Local Law on all building sites where the development is valued at or above $20,000. The permit allows you to bring goods and materials into the property by crossing Council assets. Asset protection permits have strict conditions and must be obtained www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au


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by the person in charge of the building works prior to the commencement of any building works. For more information on permits visit Council’s website www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au. Trading on Council land Street trading refers to businesses who want to utilise footpath and nature strip space for advertising, displaying goods or for placing tables, chairs and accessories. Traders require a permit to trade or display goods on the footpath. Roadside trading refers to vendors selling from a vehicle or stall on the side of the road, as opposed to from a shop or office environment. For more information check Council’s website. Skip bins and shipping containers – On private land If you want to place a shipping container on your land, please check with the Planning Department to ensure a permit is not required. Skip bins on private land do not require a permit under the Local Law. Skip bins and shipping containers – On public land If you are planning to place a skip bin or shipping container on Council land you will require a permit under the Local Law. This will need to be obtained prior to placing the item on Council land. Public liability insurance will be www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

required for $10 million indemnifying Council should an incident occur involving the item. For more information check Council’s website.

For further information on permits and current fees and charges for permits please check Council’s website.

Alcohol

Council’s Local Law No 1 Community and Environment 2013 states that an owner or occupier of land may burn off in the open air for the purposes of reducing fuel loads on that land in accordance with the requirements below:

Alcohol cannot be consumed in a public place between the hours of 12pm and 8pm, unless on a municipal reserve (i.e. football ground). If you are holding an event in a public place, a permit is required if you would like to consume alcohol. This clause does not apply to events or festivals where a license has been obtained under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 for the consumption or possession of alcohol. Recreational Vehicles A permit is required to use recreational vehicles within a residential area or the urban growth area on land under 1 acre (4000 square metres) or within 200m of a neighbouring house. A permit is also required on private land outside the township if the vehicle is being ridden within 200 metres of a residential dwelling. Once an application for a recreational vehicle permit has been received, Council Officers will arrange an inspection of your property. Letters will be sent to your neighbours asking if they have any objections to the use of the recreational vehicle. A determination will be made by a Local Laws Officer and if a permit is issued conditions will apply. The permit is an annual permit.

Burning Off

Residential areas, Urban Growth areas (less than 0.4 hectare or 1 acre) and Semi Rural areas: Allowed to burn off on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 10am and 3pm from the end of the declared Fire Danger Period until the 1st October each year. Rural areas: Allowed to burn off any day of the week from the end of the declared Fire Danger Period until the 1st October each year. All areas from 1 October each year to the commencement of the declared Fire Danger Period: A permit is required to burn a windrow, stump, log or vegetation with a diameter greater than 75mm. Windrow: means an accumulation of felled, fallen, cleared trees or any other vegetation. Permits can be obtained by contacting Council: 5734 6200.


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Please Note: We DO NOT issue Fire Permits during the CFA declared Fire Restriction Period. The whole of Mitchell Shire falls into the North Central Fire Ban District. When the Country Fire Authority (CFA) declares a total fire ban in the North Central Region this applies to all areas of the Mitchell Shire. For more information on permits please visit Council’s website. Fire Restrictions These are introduced annually and declared by the CFA in approximately October/November and continue through to approximately March/April the following year (the season varies each year according to conditions). For more information about restrictions contact the Victorian Bushfire Information line: 1800 240 667 or www.cfa.vic.gov.au. Firewood Collection A Council permit is required to collect wood from Council roads. Only certain roads within the Shire are permitted to have firewood collected from them. Permits for collection of firewood in State forest areas should be obtained directly from the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI). Broadford DEPI - 37 High Street Broadford: 5784 0600 Seymour DEPI - 15 Hume and Hovell Road Seymour: 5735 4300

Parking in Mitchell

Septic Tanks

Council has a legal obligation to protect the community and keep them safe ensuring parking in Mitchell is conducted in accordance with the Road Safety Road Rules 2009.

Installation or alteration of septic tanks for premises in non-sewered areas requires a permit. Inspections are required as part of the installation of septic tanks.

A Parking in Mitchell - looking after car parks and parking bays to ensure compliance with signs and to keep traffic moving to assist businesses and encourage more trade; B Issuing and maintaining a parking permit system for people with disabilities; C Provision of a school crossing supervisor program. More information on these programs can be found on Council’s website.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH Council’s Environmental Health Department provides a wide range of activities including those outlined below. For more information phone Council: 5734 6200. Food Registration Premises registered under the Health and Foods Act are regularly inspected to ensure that the community is protected. Food samples are taken and food quality surveillance is maintained.

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ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION Council has a commitment to ensure that the Shire’s natural resources and environment are protected and rehabilitated to support healthy ecosystems and environmental sustainability. Council’s Environmental Department is responsible for administering the Land Management Rebate Scheme and Conservation Covenant Grant Program, undertaking weed control and revegetation projects, stormwater quality, and managing Council’s bushland reserves. Roadside Reserves Roadsides provide infrastructure, firebreaks, wildlife habitat, and corridors that protect rare and threatened plant and animal species. Council has taken several steps to protect our roadside vegetation and has developed the Rural Roadside Code of Practice (RRCP). A permit is required for firewood collection and grazing in roadside reserves. Council does not issue either of these permits for roadsides of high conservation value. www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au


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COUNCIL IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS ARE OBSERVED FOR THE GENERAL BENEFIT OF THE COMMUNITY.

Bushland and Environmental Reserves There are significant bushland reserves located throughout the Shire that offer a refuge for indigenous flora/fauna and opportunities for locals and visitors to enjoy them in their natural state such as Monument Hill Reserve in Kilmore, Boulton Flora Reserve in Tallarook and Bushland Park in Seymour. These resources are managed with the aim of enhancing and preserving their environmental values and raising community awareness of relevant environmental conservation issues. Land Management Rebate and Other Incentives Council offers a rate rebate for owners of property of more than four hectares who undertake and/or maintain agreed works on their land to minimise degradation. This rebate is reviewed regularly and is subject to specific criteria. Council also offers an annual grant to properties with Trust for Nature conservation covenants. Contact the Environment Unit for further information: 5734 6200. Supporting Environmental Events and Activities Council supports local community events such as Clean up Australia Day and National Tree Day. Environment staff have information stalls and giveaways at local events such as the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo, Seymour Show and Kilmore Show. www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Environmental Publications and Information Kits • Mitchell Land Management Information Directory – local farming and land management services • Central Victorian Weeds Guide • Native vegetation lists • Sustainable Gardening Booklet Copies of the above publications are available at www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au or contact: 5734 6200. Council also sends out New Rural Landholder Kits to properties larger than two hectares which have changed hands during the year. Landcare and Environmental Groups Landcare is a community-based program involving groups of local landholders, collectively working towards improving land management in their catchments. There are currently 12 landcare groups, 2 environment groups and a transition town movement in the Mitchell Shire. For more information contact: 5734 6200 or visit Council’s website. Mitchell Environment Advisory Committee The Mitchell Environment Advisory Committee is made up of local landholders and staff with the purpose of providing Mitchell Shire Council with strategic advice in respect to environmental sustainability and management issues and initiatives within the municipality. Applications for membership are advertised locally; membership is for 2 years.


Sustainable Environments

From the orchids of Old Sydney Road, Wallan to the

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magnificent River Red Gums of the Goulburn River,

The Shire contains diverse natural ecological vegetation communities, which support native fauna and indigenous flora species. These can be found in remnant bushland areas on private property, council reserves, state parks and roadside reserves.

Mitchell Shire has valuable natural resources that must be protected now and into the future, so they can be enjoyed by future generations.

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Permits – please be aware that a planning permit may be required to remove or lop vegetation. For more information contact Council: 5734 6200. Pest Plants and Animals Under the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994 landholders have legal responsibilities to responsibly manage their land, and the adjoining roadside (unless the road is controlled by VicRoads). The Department of Environment and Primary Industries enforces weed control. Council is committed to eradicating noxious weeds throughout the Shire. To this effect, Council has a comprehensive weed control program on Council managed land. Together with the Macedon Ranges and Mount Alexander Shire Councils, Mitchell Shire has produced a comprehensive weed identification and control guide the ‘Central Victorian Weed Guide’. This is available at www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au or contact 5734 6200.

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Stormwater Quality Council’s Urban Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) outlines improvements in the environmental management of stormwater for major urban areas throughout the Shire. Council implements this plan through actions such as community education, litter traps and reed beds. Water The Mitchell Shire is located within three main water catchments: • Port Phillip/Westernport Catchment • Goulburn Broken Catchment • North Central Catchment The Great Dividing Range divides the Port Phillip and Goulburn Broken catchments in the south of the Shire. An area on the north-west boundary of the Shire lies within the North Central Catchment. Being at the top of the catchment, any salt loads and other pollutants in our waterways contribute to salinity problems downstream. There are several other government authorities responsible for waterways and water related issues in the Mitchell Shire including: Rural Water Authorities (bores, irrigation, etc) • Goulburn Murray Water: 1800 013 357 • Melbourne Water: 131 722 • Coliban Water: 1300 363 200 Catchment Management Authorities (waterway health, works on waterway permits, etc) • Port Phillip and Westernport Catchment Management Authority: (03) 8781 7900 • Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority: 5820 1100 • North Central Catchment Management Authority: 5448 7124 www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Urban Water Authorities (reticulated water supply)

Emergency Roles at Council

Council has a number of roles that are either prescribed in legislation • Yarra Valley Water (Wallan): or that are recommended by State 132 762 or Federal Government. These • Coliban Water (Tooborac): include the Municipal Emergency 1300 363 200 Response Officer (MERO), Municipal • Goulburn Valley Water (Wandong/ Fire Prevention Officer (MFPO) and Heathcote Junction, Kilmore, Municipal Recovery Manager (MRM). Broadford, Tallarook, Pyalong and To find out more about these roles, Seymour): 5832 0400 visit Mitchell Shire Council’s website www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au/councilEMERGENCY MANAGEMENT services/emergency-management.aspx. In recent years communities throughout Victoria have been faced with a large number of emergency events such as floods, bushfires and storms, many with devastating impacts. These events have highlighted the need for effective emergency management and effective preplanning for emergencies. Emergency management in Victoria is largely the domain of State Government with Local Government mainly providing a support role. The Federal Government does provide assistance through funding from a variety of sources. Delivery of services in the ‘response’ phase of an emergency is generally the responsibility of State Government agencies such as CFA and SES. Local Government provides a supporting role in the ‘planning’ and ‘response’ phases of emergency management and is the lead agency for local delivery of relief and recovery. All other responsibilities in emergency management fall to State and Federal agencies. Local Government areas, such as Mitchell Shire, are not response agencies but do have a number of legislated and recommended roles to help them and the broader community plan for, respond to and recover from emergencies, either man-made or natural.

Bushfire Preparation It is important in a predominantly rural municipality like Mitchell Shire to plan for bushfires. Knowing your risk of bushfire is essential to your family’s safety during the Fire Danger Period. There are a number of resources available either over the counter at Council or via the CFA website www.cfa.vic.gov.au to help you and your family better prepare for bushfires. Flood Preparation There are a number of areas near large watercourses in Mitchell Shire that are prone to flooding. If the area you live in is prone to flooding, it is a good idea to prepare an ‘Emergency Kit’ that contains everything that you might need if you are forced to leave in a hurry (including prescription medications, clothes and other items).

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More information about planning for flooding for you and your family can be found at the SES website www.ses.vic.gov.au/prepare/floodsafe.


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Arts and Culture.

FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE Our culture is enriched by the diverseCREEK, talents of individuals DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY MORANDIN in our community such as actors, musicians, artists, dancers, AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN writers, historians or creative types of another kind OL, WHITEHEADS CREEK, SEYMOUR, PUCKAPUNYAL, HIGHLA ORAC, GLENHOPE, GLENHOPE EAST, KILMORE EAST, MIA MIA, FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON RE, BROADFORD, SEYMOUR, WANGONG, HEATHCOTE JUNCTIO NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK, MORANDIN AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN


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MITCHELL SHIRE HAS A RANGE OF ARTISTIC AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE TO THOSE WANTING TO GET INVOLVED OR JOIN THE AUDIENCE.

There are a number of amateur theatre groups operating in Mitchell Shire. Please see the Community Directory. Our culture is enriched by the diverse talents of individuals in our community such as actors, musicians, artists, dancers, writers, historians or creative types of another kind. Visit Council’s website or drop in to one of our Visitor Information Centres in Kilmore and Seymour to find out more about future events and to find contact details for local organisations.

FESTIVALS AND EVENTS Towns within the Shire host a full Calendar of Events attracting both locals and tourists. From monthly markets to large expos.

A Calendar of Events is listed on Council’s website. For more information contact the Kilmore Visitor Information Centre at 12 Sydney Street Kilmore: 5781 1319; or the Seymour Visitor Information Centre at the Old Court House Emily Street Seymour: 5799 0233.

LIBRARIES There are four libraries in Mitchell Shire, located in Broadford, Kilmore, Seymour and Wallan. All Victorian libraries are open to residents from any Victorian municipality.

delivery for housebound residents and preschool Story Time, Toddler Time and Baby Time sessions. All Mitchell Shire Libraries are also fully featured Council Customer Service Centres. Residents can make payments, get information and conduct their business with Council while visiting the library. For more information contact the above libraries directly or visit Council’s website and follow the link to libraries to browse the collection and join today.

Our libraries are a one-stop-shop for information. Services offered include free internet and email services, home

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People - Ages and Stages.

FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE From youth services to aged and disability servicesMORANDIN the DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK, community of Mitchell Shire has got it covered. AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN OL, WHITEHEADS CREEK, SEYMOUR, PUCKAPUNYAL, HIGHLA ORAC, GLENHOPE, GLENHOPE EAST, KILMORE EAST, MIA MIA, FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON RE, BROADFORD, SEYMOUR, WANGONG, HEATHCOTE JUNCTIO NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK, MORANDIN AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN


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People - Ages and Stages

Council’s Social Development and Wellbeing Department works in partnership with Mitchell Shire residents, community groups, organisations and the three tiers of Government to build an active, vibrant, healthy and socially connected community.

COMMERCIAL CHILDCARE A range of non-Council operated childcare centres are available in Mitchell Shire. Please check your local telephone directory for details. Occasional childcare is also available. Check local Neighbourhood Houses or Community Centres for details. Please note such services are not operated by Council.

PLAY GROUPS MANY TOWNS WITHIN MITCHELL SHIRE HAVE A PLAYGROUP. CONTACT YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY SERVICES

Pyalong - 14 High Street

The Community Services and Development Department of Mitchell Shire Council is dedicated to delivering high quality services to the community in the following areas: kindergarten, maternal and child health, community development and youth services.

Seymour - 55 Pollard Street

In addition to Council operated services, there are many organisations, agencies and networks available to families and individuals for help and assistance, for instance: Berry Street, NEXUS Primary Health, Orana Family Services (Uniting Care), Goulburn Options and Familycare. Contact details for these services can be found in your local telephone directory.

MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH Council’s Maternal and Child Health Service provides health advice and support services for children from birth to six years and their parents. Services include developmental assessments, advice, support, referral and resources. The Maternal and Child Health Service is offered from seven centres across the Shire to promote healthy outcomes for children 0-6 years and their families. To make an appointment contact: 5734 6253.

CENTRE OR PLAYGROUP VICTORIA

Broadford - 20 Murchison Street

FOR FULL DETAILS, CHECK THE

Kilmore - 7 Skehan Place

COMMUNITY DIRECTORY AT THE END OF THIS HANDBOOK OR VISIT WWW.MITCHELLSHIRE.VIC.GOV.AU.

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Puckapunyal - B4 Kids Child Care Centre, Corner Sepik Street and Alamein Road

Wallan - Shop 5, 41-43 High Street Wandong - Dry Creek Crescent

KINDERGARTENS There are a number of kindergartens to choose from within Mitchell Shire. Those listed below are operated by Council. The kindergartens marked with an asterisk * offer kinder program for three year old children. Mt Piper Kindergarten - 150 High Street, Broadford: 5784 1532 Marie Williams Kindergarten - 4 White Street, Kilmore: 5782 1227 Pyalong Kindergarten - 14 High Street: 5785 1237* Seymour East Kindergarten - 55 Pollard Street: 5792 1711 Wallan Kindergarten - 42 Bentinck Street: 5783 1616 Wellington Street Kindergarten - 119 Wellington Street, Wallan: 5783 1019 * non Council Wandong Kindergarten - 12 Dry Creek Crescent: 5787 1490* non Council as of 2014 Flowerdale Kindergarten - 6525 Yea Road: 5780 2816*


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IMMUNISATION Council’s Maternal and Child Health Department is responsible for conducting immunisations within the Shire including a childhood immunisation program and a secondary school immunisation program. For further information please contact Council on 5734 6200 or at www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au for the latest schedule.

AGED AND DISABILITY SERVICES For aged and disability services, please contact NEXUS Primary Health on 5784 5555.

DISABLED PARKING PERMITS Disabled parking permit application forms can be obtained from Council’s website www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au or by calling 5734 6200. The application form must be signed by a doctor before submitting it to Council. Once approved, a disabled parking sticker will be mailed to the recipient.

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELLBEING Council’s Social Development and Wellbeing Department works in partnership with Mitchell Shire residents, community groups, organisations and the three tiers of Government to build an active, vibrant, healthy and socially connected community.

The Social Development and Wellbeing Department aims to assist and develop communities to find sustainable solutions to issues that are important to the lives of individuals, families and the wider community. This includes developing networks between people, encouraging different communities to work together and building relationships with and between different communities. The Social Development and Wellbeing Department oversees programs, plans and projects that focus on community needs including: • Safety • Community engagement • Health and Wellbeing • Access and equity • Development of community transport solutions • Community Grants • Multicultural activities • Aboriginal culture recognition • Training and development for committees, community groups and volunteers • Social planning for new and emerging communities, and the revitalisation of older communities to meet present and future needs The Social Development and Wellbeing Department is interested in developing volunteers and volunteering opportunities to build community capacity and social cohesion.

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Enquiries: please phone the Community Engagement Officer: 5734 6200. Youth Services (10-24 years) Our Youth Services Team offers a range of services to help local young people, aged 10 to 24 to actively participate in their community. Young people from all backgrounds and abilities are invited to take part and get involved in various programs and events that council carries out. Council’s Youth Services team primary purpose is to actively promote, develop and encourage the physical, social, mental and spiritual wellbeing of young people through providing, facilitating, planning, funding and advocating for the needs and issues of young people, their families and the community. Mitchell Youth Services provides support and leadership to young people alongside key community partners (schools, services, organisations, community groups and state and federal governments) to fulfil the hopes, needs and aspirations of young people across the Shire. Council facilitates youth programs such as FReeZA, Broadford Youth Centre, Youth Week and The Youth Grants program. Council also supports and advocates for our local Mitchell Youth Council which aims to provide a forum for young people to be more engaged with their community and participate in Council decision making. www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au


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People - Ages and Stages

Youth Services works to facilitate and advocate for stronger links between young people and their communities, for the voices of young people to be heard and to enhance young people’s civic engagement. Volunteering Volunteering is a special way in which you can make a difference and give back to the community in which you live. There are many organisations and groups within the Shire who rely on volunteers. Mitchell Community Health Services utilises volunteers for its delivered meals service, while Council’s Visitor Information Centres are staffed almost entirely by volunteers. Council supports the valuable work undertaken by our many volunteers and volunteer groups. As part of acknowledging this work Council employs a Community Engagement www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

Officer to deliver a project to train, support and recruit volunteers into existing and emerging community clubs, groups and incorporated associations. Community Skillsbank is a centralised Volunteer Referral Centre which, via an innovative easy-to-use database, matches volunteer skills and interests to available volunteer opportunities and organisations across the Shire. Activities of the project include community group training sessions, and implementing the newly acquired Community Skillsbank. There is a yearly thank you luncheon held during National Volunteer Week to thank our many volunteers. The “Mitchell Community Skillsbank” is up and running and can be accessed via Council’s webpage, click on the “Mitchell Community Skillsbank” link.

Community Transport Project The three year Community Transport Project concluded at the end of June. From July onwards a Community Transport Innovation Project will continue for 12 months, looking at developing a ‘Getting There’ website in conjunction with North East Transport Connections to map transport journeys and connections. The possibility of placing transport information kiosks in libraries and other community sites across the Shire is also being explored.

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For further information on the Community Transport Project please contact the Social Development and Wellbeing Department: 5734 6200.


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Recreation and Leisure.

FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE Mitchell Shire has anSUNDAY abundance of CREEK, open space including DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, MORANDIN sports ovals, parks, bike paths, open space corridors, AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN streetscapes and environmental reserves. OL, WHITEHEADS CREEK, SEYMOUR, PUCKAPUNYAL, HIGHLA ORAC, GLENHOPE, GLENHOPE EAST, KILMORE EAST, MIA MIA, FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON RE, BROADFORD, SEYMOUR, WANGONG, HEATHCOTE JUNCTIO NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK, MORANDIN AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN


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Recreation and Leisure

MITCHELL SHIRE’S OPEN SPACES PROVIDE A VAST ARRAY OF ACTIVE AND PASSIVE OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES FOR RESIDENTS AND VISITORS TO THE SHIRE.

In addition to open space, Council operates six leisure facilities. These include leisure centres in Kilmore, Broadford and Seymour plus outdoor pools in Seymour, Broadford and Tallarook. Council’s Leisure Department is responsible for the management and coordination of a wide variety of leisure programs, services and facilities in the municipality to meet the requirements of all ages and abilities in the community. These include land based aerobics classes like: step, hip hop, PUMP, pilates and yoga, aqua aerobics, seniors programs, teen gym, swim lessons for all ages and much more. If you wish to use a park for a function, or need to report issues with equipment or vandalism, please call Council on 5734 6200.

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LEISURE CENTRES AND POOLS Broadford Community Leisure Centre – Mollison Street, Broadford The Centre is only staffed during competition hours. For facility enquiries, please phone Council’s Recreation Liaison Officer.

Kilmore Leisure Centre – White Street, Kilmore: 5782 1287 Public Holidays 8am - 1pm. From mid December to March the Kilmore Leisure Centre extends it’s weekend operating hours and is open 8am 4pm. Kilmore Pool opening hours: Monday to Thursday 6am - 8pm

Seymour Sports and Aquatic Centre Chittick Park, Pollard Street, Seymour: 5792 3068 The outdoor pools at Broadford and Tallarook operate mid December to March 12noon - 6pm (school holidays and weekends) 2pm - 6pm (school days) subject to weather conditions.

The Seymour Outdoor Pool operates mid December to March 12noon - 7pm (school holidays and weekends) 2pm - 7pm (school days) subject to weather conditions.

ENVIRONMENTAL AND BUSHLAND RESERVES Mitchell Shire Council is fortunate to have many environmental and bushland reserves which Council, together with the local community, manage to protect and enhance their environmental values. Some of these reserves are:

Seymour Bushland Park, Telegraph Road 62 hectares featuring naturally regenerated bushland of predominantly grey and red box. Facilities: picnic and car park entry area with an information board and park trails.

Light Horse Memorial Park Approximately 110 hectares in size, this park was formerly known as Site


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17, which was used by the Military for training purposes. There are historical structures and remnants of military use throughout the bushland reserve.

Tallarook Boulton Flora Reserve Located at the end of Sanctuary Road, Tallarook, the Boulton Flora Reserve was established by the Boulton family in the early 1950s to preserve the blue finger flower (Cheiranthera cyanea) and 20 orchid species. The Reserve puts on a wonderful wildflower display in Spring each year.

Tallarook Arboretum and Constructed Reed Bed A member of the Dabyminga Landcare Group donated money in 2003 for the group to start an Arboretum on this site. Additional funding was sourced from the Natural Heritage Trust and the Mitchell Shire Council. Since then volunteers have worked tirelessly to create a tranquil and education a space including a native arboretum,

information shelter, picnic tables, path and aboriginal artwork. Mitchell Shire Council developed a constructed reed bed on the site to improve the quality of the storm water entering the Dabyminga Creek.

Pyalong Highcamp Flora Reserve, Highcamp A Reserve on the Corner of Crawford Road and Northern Highway, Highcamp, dissected by the old Heathcote Junction-Bendigo railway. The 11ha Reserve is an important remnant of valley heathy forest.

Broadford Fleming Drive Flora Reserve This Reserve is an example of native grassland, with a variety of wildflowers including milkmaids, chocolate lilies, sun orchids, grey parrot pea, yam daisies and small grass trees.

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Catherine Court Reserve, Broadford The Catherine Court Reserve was created as part of a subdivision and covers an area of approximately 3.475 Ha. An unnamed waterway (tributary of the Sunday Creek) runs through the Reserve. The Reserve is heavily vegetated with over storey eucalyptus and wattles; there are also significant stands of kangaroo grass (themeda triandra) throughout the Reserve.

Colin Officer Flora Reserve With over 100 different plant species, and more than 70 species of birds, The Colin Officer Flora Reserve plays a critical role in environmental conservation within the Mitchell Shire to ensure large breeding populations of plants and animals. The Colin Officer Flora Reserve is the second Mitchell Shire Council reserve to have a Trust for Nature Conservation covenant placed on it, protecting the environmental values of the Reserve forever.

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Recreation and Leisure

Kilmore

Beveridge

Clonbinane (Waterford Park)

Green’s Pinch and Hamilton’s Creek Reserves

Beveridge Spring

Waterford Park Estate Park

The Beveridge Recreation Reserve is located on Spring Street, Beveridge and covers 10 hectares below the southern flanks of the dormant volcano, Mt Fraser. A perennial spring occurs at the break of slope in the middle of the Reserve. The Reserve remains connected to the wider habitat network as a ‘stepping stone’ site for highly mobile species such as wetland birds and forest species attracted to the Swamp Scrub vegetation.

Robert Court, Waterford Park Facilities: tennis court, open space, public toilets, playground, BBQ, seating.

‘Green‘s Pinch’ is a development estate which includes Brannigan Drive, Meade Court and Flynn Court. Council undertook a large scale direct seeding project, funded by the then Department of Primary Industries in 2005. There are beautiful views across to the Mount William range from the top of Green’s Pinch.

Monument Hill, Kilmore Monument Hill is a 67-hectare parcel of native vegetation, located east of Kilmore township. The Reserve is named such, with the bluestone lookout tower from the old Kilmore Gaol perched at the hill’s highest point, as a monument to Hume and Hovell. The Reserve is used by walkers, bike and horse riders and supports a wide variety of native flora, with more than 180 native plant species being recorded on the site to date. Wildflowers are abundant in spring, when the ground is covered in a rich diversity of colour.

Tyaak Tyaak Flora Reserve, Tyaak The 2 acre Reserve was brought to the notice of the Native Plants Preservation Society of Victoria in 1957. This small Reserve is protected by a rabbit proof fence and monitored by local volunteers. www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

PARKS Broadford Lions Park and The Island Located on Sunday Creek, this Park is visible and accessible from High Street Broadford. Facilities: pedestrian access bridge into The Island, picnic tables, electric BBQ, seats, lighting, public toilets.

Sunday Creek-Dry Creek Trail This is a shared bike/walking path which starts at Lions Park and follows the Creek to the Broadford Kilmore Road. The trail is approximately four kilometres.

Kilmore Apex Park and Sam De Gabrielle Reserve These connecting linear parks follow Kilmore Creek from the Kilmore Leisure Centre to Lumsden Street, via a network of walking trails.

Hudson Park This park is located in the centre of the Kilmore township, on Sydney Street (Northern Highway). Facilities: playground, skatepark, picnic tables, electric BBQs, public toilets.

Pyalong Town Centre Park High Street, Pyalong Facilities: BBQ, picnic tables, public toilets

Seymour Apex Park Goulburn Valley Highway, Seymour The Park includes the Old Court House Art Gallery / Visitor Information Centre and the Log Lockup. Facilities: a rotunda with picnic seating, swings.


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Goulburn Park

Tallarook

PLAYGROUNDS

The Esplanade, Seymour

CWA Park

Beveridge

Situated alongside the Goulburn River. Facilities: boat ramp, picnic tables, electric BBQs, car parking, playground, soundshell.

Corner of Main Road and Railway Place, Tallarook. Facilities: public toilets, picnic table, playground.

Goulburn River Trail

Wallan

This is a shared bike/walking path that follows the south side of the Goulburn River, from the junction of Whiteheads Creek in the east, through to the Seymour-Tooborac Road bridge in the west. The Trail is approximately three kilometres.

JW Elliot Reserve Anzac Avenue Seymour adjacent to the railway station. An old steam train is the central feature of this park. Facilities: BBQs picnic tables, train theme playground.

Lions Park (New Crossing Place) Manners Street, Seymour Situated along the Goulburn River on the northern side of Goulburn Valley Highway. Facilities: boat ramp, fishing platform, picnic tables, BBQs, car park, walking paths.

Hadfield Park Northern Highway. Facilities: playground, tennis courts, indoor recreation centre, skate park, BMX track, multi-purpose community centre, picnic tables, BBQ, public toilets, walking path through park centre.

Wallan Community Park Situated east of Hadfield Park, this reserve is used primarily for passive recreation and provides a link between residential areas, via a walking track. There is a strong environmental focus, with many plantings of native species throughout the reserve.

Wandong Lions Park Epping-Kilmore Road. Facilities: parking, picnic table and shelter.

Memorial Park Epping-Kilmore Road, Wandong Facilities: skate park, playground, seating, shelter, parking and public toilets.

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Beveridge Reserve, Lithgow Street

Broadford Donaldson Drive Govett Street Hamilton Street Memorial Park, High Street Rupert Street Sutherland Street

Clonbinane Robert Court (off Andrew Avenue), Waterford Park

Kilmore Centenary Drive, Mannagum Estate Hudson Park – Skehan Place Moore Court, Willowmavin Estate Link Avenue

Pyalong Recreation Reserve – Northern Highway

Seymour Apex Jubilee Park – High Street Chittick Park – Pollard Street Generation Park – O’Shea Court Goulburn Park – Progress Street Graham Reserve – Corner Graham Street and Sinclair Crescent Heywood Hill Reserve – Morison Crescent Howard Reserve – Howard Place JW Elliott Reserve – Anzac Avenue Kings Park – Tallarook Street O’Sullivan Reserve – Webb Avenue

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Tallarook CWA Park – Upper Goulburn Road

Tooborac Recreation Reserve – Northern Highway

Wallan Danaher Reserve – Danaher Street Hadfield Park – Queen Street Hidden Valley Drive, Hidden Valley Lisa Place Playground – Lisa Place Roulston Reserve – Roulston Way Silvertop Close Playground – Silvertop Close Wallan Football Ground (Greenhill Reserve) – Duke Street

Wandong LB Davern Reserve – Dry Creek Crescent Memorial Park – Epping-Kilmore Road

Kilmore

Chittick Park

JJ Clancy Reserve

Pollard Street Facilities: two sporting ovals with cricket pitches, tennis courts, skate park, playground, Seymour Sports and Aquatic Centre.

Corner of Union Street and Kellys Lane Facilities: football ground, netball courts, tennis courts, public toilets, parking.

Kilmore Cricket Reserve

Tallarook

Hunts Road

Tallarook Reserve

This is a crown land reserve. Facilities: cricket ground, cricket nets, club rooms.

Sanctuary Road Facilities: oval with cricket pitch, cricket clubrooms.

Kilmore East Recreation Reserve O’Grady’s Road, Kilmore East This crown land Reserve is progressively being developed. Facilities: tennis court, playground, arboretum, seed bank, picnic shelter, walking paths through Reserve.

Pyalong

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Pyalong Recreation Reserve

Beveridge

Northern Highway Facilities: tennis courts, golf course, public toilets, playground, BBQ and picnic shelter, community hall, football ground with cricket pitch.

Beveridge Reserve Lithgow Street, Beveridge Facilities: community centre, pony club facility, tennis courts, playground, BBQ, picnic tables.

Broadford Harley Hammond Reserve Corner Gavan and Hamilton Streets Facilities: football ground with cricket pitch/nets, tennis courts, outdoor netball courts, parking.

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Tooborac Tooborac Recreation Reserve Northern Highway Facilities: tennis courts, public toilets, playground, seating, football ground, community hall.

Wallan Greenhill Reserve

BROADF PYALON BYLAND HIGH CA TRAWOO TOOBO BROADF KILMOR PYALON BYLAND HIGH CA

Corner of Duke Street and Northern Highway Facilities: two football grounds with cricket pitches, cricket nets, playground.

Wandong

Seymour

LB Davern Reserve

Kings Park Reserve

Dry Creek Crescent Facilities: community centre, indoor sports stadium, netball and tennis courts, playground, playing field, BBQs, public toilets, pony club ménage, walking trail around Reserve and creek area.

Tallarook Street Facilities: two football grounds with cricket pitch, netball court, cricket nets, bowling club, public toilets, playground, BBQs and picnic tables, equestrian facilities, exhibition building, walking paths rear of the Reserve.


SECTION

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Waste Services.

FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE Mitchell Shire Council has a strong commitment DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK,toMORANDIN recycling for a better and cleaner future. AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN OL, WHITEHEADS CREEK, SEYMOUR, PUCKAPUNYAL, HIGHLA ORAC, GLENHOPE, GLENHOPE EAST, KILMORE EAST, MIA MIA, FORD, WALLAN, REEDY CREEK, WANDONG, KILMORE, PYALON RE, BROADFORD, SEYMOUR, WANGONG, HEATHCOTE JUNCTIO NG, BEVERIDGE, UPPER PLENTY, CLONBINANE, HEATHCOTE DS, FORBES, WATERFORD PARK, SUNDAY CREEK, MORANDIN AMP, NULLA VALE, GLENAROUA, SUGARLOAF CREEK, HILLDEN


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Waste Services

MItchell Shire Council provides the following services to assist with waste management and collection.

RUBBISH AND RECYCLING Council provides residents within the waste management collection area with a 240 litre wheelie bin for recycling and a 120 litre wheelie bin for rubbish. There is no charge for the actual bin and it remains the property of Mitchell Shire Council. However, all ratepayers within the collection area are charged annually on their rate notice for the combined rubbish and recycling service. There are no exemptions for this charge within the residential rubbish and recycling collection area.

COLLECTION Non-recyclable rubbish/garbage is collected once a week. Bins must be placed on the kerbside prior to 6am on your designated collection day. Recycling bins are collected once a fortnight together with your rubbish bin (see below for collection details or refer to the Cleanaway recycling calendar).

WEEK ONE

WEEK TWO

MONDAY

MONDAY

Broadford north of High Street, Pyalong, Tooborac, Tallarook rural and Hilldene.

Broadford south of High Street, Tallarook, School House Lane, Northwood Road.

TUESDAY

TUESDAY

Seymour area bounded by Wimble Street west of Oak Street, Station Street, Emily Street, Avenel Road, Tarcombe Road and Highlands Road.

Reedy Creek Road, Sunday Creek Road, Broadford-Wallan Road, Waterford Park, Wandong and Heathcote Junction.

PLEASE CONTACT COUNCIL

WEDNESDAY

FOR ADVICE ON 5734 6200 IF YOUR RUBBISH OR RECYCLING

Kilmore west of Sydney Street and Powlett Street.

Kilmore east of Sydney Street and Powlett Street.

BIN HASN’T BEEN EMPTIED

THURSDAY

OR IS DAMAGED, STOLEN, TOO

Seymour bounded by Wimble Street east of Oak Street, Anzac Avenue, Gordon Street, Kobyboyn Road and Telegraph Road.

Broadford-Epping Road, Wallan East, Beveridge, Wallara Waters, Camerons Lane, Old Sydney Road, Hansens Road,Kilmore East, O’Grady’s Road and Upper Plenty.

FRIDAY

FRIDAY

East side of Northern Highway Kilmore to Wallan, Hidden Valley and Springridge, between High Street and the Hume Freeway Wallan.

West side of Northern Highway Kilmore to Wallan and west side of High Street Wallan.

RUBBISH BIN PROBLEMS

SMALL, NOT PRESENT AT YOUR NEW PROPERTY OR IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE THE COLLECTION AREA AND WANT TO KNOW YOUR WASTE MANAGEMENT OPTIONS.

www.mitchellshire.vic.gov.au

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY


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Please note: If the bins are too heavy the trucks will be unable to lift them to empty. Recycle bins will not be collected if contaminated with garbage. Contamination in recycling bins must be removed prior to being collected. Collection times and days may change and you should obtain the correct schedule from Council.

REFUSE SITES Council operates landfill and transfer stations within Mitchell Shire. You are required to purchase tip tickets to deposit waste at transfer stations. Tickets are available from the outlets listed below. Tip tickets are also available for purchase at transfer stations, but the price is double that charged for pre-purchased tickets. This is to reduce the risk of keeping large amounts of cash on-site. For any business that wishes to sell tip tickets please phone Council: 5734 6200.

THE FOLLOWING CANNOT BE DEPOSITED AT TRANSFER STATIONS: SOLUBLE CHEMICAL WASTES, HAZARDOUS OR LIQUID WASTES, WASTE SPECIFIED BY THE EPA REGULATIONS. Properly sorted recyclables, e-waste, containers of motor oil and white goods can be dumped free of charge. If you are in doubt whether you may dump your waste at a refuse site, phone Council: 5734 6200.

Pyalong Transfer Station Ladderhill Road Monday 9am - 1pm, Sunday 12noon 4pm. Closed all other times. Seymour Transfer Station Hume and Hovell Road Monday, Thursday and Friday 12noon - 4pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am 4pm. Closed all other times. Wallan Transfer Station 13 Freeway Drive, Wallan East Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10am - 4pm. Closed all other times. All transfer stations are closed on days of Total Fire Ban and Code Red days. For Total Fire Ban days contact the Victorian Bushfire Information line on 1800 240 667 or www.cfa.vic.gov.au.

KILMORE Kilmore Library and Customer Service Centre, 12 Sydney St Kilmore Newsagency 41 Sydney St Kilmore Mitre 10, 115 Powlett St

PYALONG Transfer Station Site, Ladderhill Rd

SEYMOUR Seymour Library and Customer Service Centre, 125 Anzac Ave Seymour South Post and Go, 111 Anzac Ave X&C Top Store, Corner of Anzac Ave and Delatite Rd

WALLAN Wallan Library and Customer Service Centre, Wellington Square

WHERE TO BUY TICKETS FOR USE AT A TRANSFER STATION

Caltex Service Station, 130-132 High St

Broadford

Pretty Sally Home and Garden, 96 High St

Broadford Library and Customer Service Centre, 113 High St

SITES AND HOURS OF OPERATION

Broadford Timber and Hardware, 57 High St

Broadford Transfer Station off Mia Mia Road Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 12noon - 4pm. Closed all other times.

Broadfuel P/L, 163–165 High St Stuty’s Bakery, 91 High St

Days Motorcycles, 2A Commercial Dr

Wallan Newsagent, 56 High St

WANDONG Caltex Service Station, 1020 Epping Kilmore Road

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A - Z GUIDE TO WASTE MANAGEMENT C Compost

T Transfer Station for recycling

R Recycle Bin

G Garbage

X Charities or Op Shops

S Contact Shire for more information

Aerosol can R

Disposable bottles R

Margarine tubs R

Spirit bottles R

Aerosol lid and nozzle G

Drink cans R

Match boxes G

Sporting goods X

Aluminium cans R

Electrical appliances X or T

Meat scraps G

Steel cans R

Aluminium foil G

Envelopes R

Medicine bottles R

Styrofoam G

Bag ties G

Foam boxes G

Milk cartons R

Sweets wrappers G

Milk containers (plastic) R

Takeaway container and

Band aids G Baskets G

Foam meat trays G

Nappies G

coffee cups - cardboard R

Batteries T

Foam underlay G

Newspapers R

Takeaway container - foam G

Beer bottles R

Foil (aluminium) G

Office paper R

Tea bags C

Books R

Food cans R

Paint tins (dry up to 4 litres) R

Televisions R

Bottles R

Fruit and vegetable scraps C

Paper towel rolls R

Tin cans R

Bottle tops G

Garden waste C

Pens and pencils G

Tissues G

Branches and leaves C

Glad wrap G

Pet food tins (cleaned) R

Toilet paper rolls R

Cake trays (plastic) G

Glass (other than jars

Pet food tins (uncleaned) G

Toys X

Carbon paper G

and bottles) G

Phone books R

Vacuum cleaner dust G

Cardboard R

Grass clippings C

Picture frames R

Vegetable scraps C

Cassette tapes X or G

Greeting cards R

Pizza boxes G

Vinyl (eg school bags) G

Cellophane G

Ice cream containers R

Placemats X or G

Waxed cardboard G

Ceramics G

Ice cream container lids R

Plant cuttings C

Waxed paper G

Cereal boxes R

Jars R

Plant pots R

Wine bottles R

Cereal box inserts G

Jar lids G

Plastic 1 - 6 R

Wrapping paper R

Cleaning rags X or G

Juice cartons R

Plastic bags G

Yoghurt containers R

Clothing shoes X or G

Junk mail R

Plastic wrappers G

Clothing baskets G

Kitty litter G

Plastic strapping G

Coffee cans R

Laptop T

Plastic trays/baskets G

Computer paper R

Leaves C

Plate glass G

Computer monitors T

Light Bulbs G

Printer and toner cartridges S

Cotton wool buds G

Lolly wrappers G

Pyrex (ovenware) G

Cups and saucer G

Lunch boxes G

Seedling containers R

Cutlery (plastic) G

Magazines R

Shoes X

Detergent bottles R

Manure/animal droppings C

Soft drink bottles R

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