Arrow
Arrow
Slider

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.

Slider

Latest News

08
Jun2018

LPSC News Snippets

Council is continuing its review and updating of all policies to ensure they are both relevant and in line with Council’s statutory obligations. A new Rural Water Connection to Rising and Trunk...

08
Jun2018

Salute to LPS Volunteers

To wrap up over a week of activity highlighting the role of the Shire’s volunteers Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) staged an event that highlighted the role of various volunteer organisati...

01
Jun2018

Progress being made following last year’s adoption of Disability Inclusion...

Work is progressing on improving disabled access to the former Railway Institute building in Werris Creek. Council’s aim is to make the building more user friendly for locals to be able to bette...

31
May2018

Werris Creek volunteers celebrate their important roles

Over 20 volunteers from Werris Creek got together to celebrate their important role in the community during Volunteers Week. A morning tea was held in Junction Park, the event was organised by LPSC&rs...

31
May2018

Glenyalla Road Bridge closed to all traffic until further notice

The bridge on Glenyalla Road over Borambil Creek, formerly part of the old New England Highway route and now an alternative route between Willow Tree and the Kankool heavy vehicle weighing station, wi...

29
May2018

Contingent from LPS participate in Blacktown City Festival

Every year, representatives from the Liverpool Plains, including business, school and Council, participate in the Shire’s Sister City’s Blacktown Festival. LPSC and Blacktown City Council...

Media Releases & Exhibitions

08
Jun2018

Heritage Strategy to 2021 adopted

Liverpool Plains Shire Council has adopted its Heritage Advisory Service and Local Heritage Fund 2017/18 report plus the 2018-2021 Heritage Strategy. The Strategy has been submitted to the NSW Office...

08
Jun2018

Draft Industrial Lands Strategy on public exhibition – submissions can...

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) currently has its draft Industrial Lands Strategy on public exhibition and interested persons are invited to make submissions, with the closing date being Wednesd...

08
Jun2018

Author Talk - Back of Beyond by Jenny Old

Keeping in mind the popularity of past author talks and the limited spaces that are available, interested persons are urged to ring Quirindi Library on 6746 2350, as soon as possible, to secure a spot...

01
Jun2018

Residents encouraged to have their say on LPSC’s draft Operational...

Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope, is reminding Shire residents that Council’s draft Operational Plan is on public exhibition until Thursday June 21, and that c...

31
May2018

Wallabadah community members encouraged to join a revamped Local Advisory...

After many years serving the Wallabadah community, the local hall committee is keen to restructure and become a fully-fledged Local Advisory Group (LAG) to collaborate with Liverpool Plains Shire Coun...

29
May2018

Thanks for Volunteering! Everyone’s invited to come along, enjoy a...

Mayor Andrew Hope discussing plans for the big thank you event for volunteers with LPSC events co-ordinator Andrew Ballard. According to Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Andrew...

Quipolly Water Project Small

fesl logo2

NBN

ServiceNSW

LPSCWaterConservation

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