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Welcome to the Liverpool Plains

Centrally located in north-west New South Wales and strategically nestled in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, our diverse and abundantly resourceful Shire is surrounded by picturesque mountain ranges and expands across the vast and bountiful Liverpool Plains. The population centres of Quirindi and Werris Creek are located at the heart of our Shire and are supported by a number of smaller villages and hamlets including Blackville, Caroona

 

Currabubula, Pine Ridge, Premer, Spring Ridge, Wallabadah and Willow Tree. These vibrant communities, rich in agricultural and indigenous heritage, form part of an emerging cultural hub. Our strong and prosperous communities are supported by excellent medical and educational facilities, making the Liverpool Plains region the perfect place to work, play and live.

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Latest News

12
Jul2018

Liverpool Plains Shire celebrates NAIDOC Day

Liverpool Plains Shire, celebrated NAIDOC Day in style at an event held at Longfield Oval and attended by well over 650 community members. LPSC Deputy Mayor, Councillor Doug Hawkins, said NAIDOC Week...

12
Jul2018

Dedication and enthusiasm of VIC team underlies successful nomination

The Liverpool Plains Visitor Information Centre (VIC) has been announced as a finalist in the 2018 Regional Tourism Awards Country and Outback Network. The winners will be announced at the Tourism Awa...

06
Jul2018

$40,000 welcomed for Community Based Heritage Planning Study

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) has welcomed $40,000 from the State Government to carry out a Community Based Heritage Planning Study. State MP for Upper Hunter, Michael Johnsen, visited Quirind...

04
Jul2018

A commitment to Community Engagement

A prime objective for Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) is its commitment to conducting quality consultation and a willingness to actively engage the community in its decision making processes. LP...

04
Jul2018

Reported at June Council Meeting

Work continues on the Quirindi Library Precinct Activation Project. In April, Council received notification that its application for a $200,000 State Library Grant towards a redeveloped and expanded f...

04
Jul2018

Mayor looking forward to official opening and naming of new...

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope, says he is looking forward to the official opening and naming of the new grandstand at Werris Creek’s David Taylor Oval on Sa...

Media Releases & Exhibitions

12
Jul2018

Spring Ridge visit and working on Premer Pride

As part of its commitment to conducting quality consultation and a willingness to actively engage its community, Liverpool Plains Shire Council’s (LPSC), Councillors and Management Team, travel...

12
Jul2018

Local book-lovers enjoy visit by author Jenny Old to Quirindi...

Back of Beyond is published by Allen and Unwin and can be reserved/borrowed through Quirindi and Werris Creek libraries. Author Jenny Old spoke about the writing of her book Back of Beyond, a tale of...

12
Jul2018

New Werris Creek Grandstand named in honour of Ron Dellar

At Saturday’s official opening and naming of the new grandstand at Werris Creek’s David Taylor Oval, former Magpies President Chris Holley said the naming of the Ron Dellar Grandstand is a...

04
Jul2018

Operational Plan adopted for financial year ahead

Following a 28-day period public exhibition of its draft 2018/19 Operational Plan, Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC), at its June Ordinary Meeting, considered the one submission received from the...

27
Jun2018

Please let authorities know what transport links you’d utilise

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope, says he is disappointed that patronage figures to date, for the trial, day return Tamworth-Newcastle coach rail service don’t...

27
Jun2018

Students undertake workplace experience with Council

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) has welcomed four students from Quirindi High School (QHS) into the workplace undertaking work experience. LPSC GM, Ron Van Katwyk, said Council welcomed the youn...

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Opening Hours

Mon to Fri: 8.30AM - 5.00PM

Sat to Sun: Closed

Public Holidays: Closed

 

Physical Address

60 Station Street

Quirindi NSW

2343

 

Postal Address

PO Box 152

Quirindi NSW

2343

Contact Details

Phone: 02 6746 1755

Fax: 02 6746 3255

Email: lpsc@lpsc.nsw.gov.au