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Telephone (02) 6333-6111

After Hours (02) 6334-2795

Civic Centre Hours 8:30am - 4:45pm (Monday to Friday, except Public Holidays)

Telephone (02) 6333 6111
After Hours (02) 6334 2795
Civic Centre Hours 8:30am - 4:45pm (Monday to Friday, except Public Holidays)
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From the Mayor's Desk

Vaccination Rates

Congratulations to everyone in our community for your continued commitment to getting the Covid-19 vaccination.

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Events

Sat Nov 06 @12:00 -
DIY your Wardrobe
Sat Nov 06 @16:30 -
Smart Women Choose Sustainable Fashion
Sun Nov 07 @12:00 -
Make Reselling your Side Hustle
Sun Nov 07 @14:00 -
How to Host a Garage Sale
Sun Nov 07 @16:30 -
How to Host a Virtual Garage Sale
Thu Nov 11
Challenge Bathurst

Waste Management Centre (TIP)

is open seven days a week except Good Friday and Christmas Day. 
Monday to Friday 7:30am–4:30pm
Saturday and Sunday
8:30am–3:00pm

Current Water Restriction Level is HIGH

High Water Restrictions

5 October 2021 Chifley Dam Level is at 100.9%
Chifley Dam is OPEN.  
Please use COVID safe practices while at the Dam.
More Information:

Chifley Dam Algae Status

Amber StoplightA GREEN Level alert is currently in place for Chifley Dam.  For further information including stock alerts, please click here. 

 

Proclamation Day

Proclamation Day celebrates the shared history of Bathurst. The event is held in the exact location Governor Lachlan Macquarie placed the Union Jack, Macquarie River Flag Staff, marking Bathurst as Australia’s first inland European in 1815. The event celebrates the shared history of Bathurst, with the Wiradjuri people and wider Bathurst community.

Included in the celebrations of Proclamation Day is a ceremony recognising past and present members of Bathurst who have contributed to shaping the town. Each year, new Living Legends are celebrated at the official ceremony at the Flagstaff, before the ceremony moves to the Pillars of Bathurst, where pivotal past members of Bathurst are acknowledged.

On Proclamation Day, the community is invited to explore the rich history of Bathurst, with a self-guided tour of The Delightful Spots Trail.

More information will be provided closer to the event date.