13 November 2020 Newsletter

The minutes from the Council meeting held on 21 October 2020 are now available for public viewing on Council's website

The next Council meeting will be held on Wednesday 18 November at 9:30am. This will be the first meeting of the new Council and will include the formal activities such as swearing in Councillors, electing the Mayor and Depiuty. The Agenda and information on how to attend the meeting via Zoom will be made public in the days leading up to the meeting. 

YARRiamBIACK Shop Local campaign was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who participated in the campaign, and a big thank you to Aubrey+Areegra for coordinating the campaign on Council's behalf.  Winners will be announced after the Council meeting on Wednesday 18 November. 

The Victorian and National Farmers' Federation have joined forces to develop the  'Common Roads, Common Sense' road safety campaign to help educate the general public on sharing the road with agricultural machinery, which was filmed in Minyip.
With harvest starting, please lo
ok out, slow down and take care when on our roads. Click on the image above to be taken to the VFF's Facebook Page to watch the video.
Snake season is well and truly here. This year has already seen an increase in sightings. It's important to review, remind and reinforce snake safety to all members of your family and staff to ensure everyone is safe. Who do I call if I find a snake at home? 
Kinder has just got a whole lot more exciting for Yarriambiack families with the Premier’s announcement of free kindergarten for funded 3 and 4 year old kinder programs. To read the media release about this announcement, visit
Words on Wheels - Week 1
Have you ordered your library book delivery? Deliveries occur on Wednesdays and Fridays depending on your town. Not a member? Don't worry - you can sign up online here!
Did you now the Warracknabeal Library is open five days a week? Part of Yarriambiack's Library service, the Warracknabeal Library is open to visitors and ready for you to enjoy! Find out about the library's opening hours at
Don't forget your rates!

The second rates instalment is due on Monday 30 November.

Payment can be made at the Warracknabeal and Hopetoun Offices, at any Australia Post Office, via Australia POSTbillpay or by BPAY.

Rates can either be paid in full by 15th February each year or by 4 quarterly installments – 30 September, 30 November, 28 February, and 31 May.

Click on the links below to view the current Request for Quotes, Tenders and EOIs
For Sale by Expression Of Interest: Cannum Tennis Court Fence

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