Coonamble Shire offers both opportunity and lifestyle.


Western Plains Economic Development Region Business Survey

Dear Business Manager/Owner.

Our Council is delighted to be involved in an exciting new project which aims to provide vital infrastructure to activate our regional economy and support local jobs and small businesses. As part of the NSW Governments Growing Local Economies Fund Coonamble, Cobar, Bogan, Bourke, Brewarrina, Warren and Walgett Councils is working with NSW Government to develop the Western Plains Regional Economic Development Strategy. As part of the development of the strategy Balmoral Group are conducting the following survey to understand your business needs.  We encourage you to participate in the survey which will take around 12 minutes.  Click here for the survey and more information Western Plains Economic Development Region Business Survey.  You can also find more detailed information about this project by clicking on this link

Posted 20-Nov-2017

Mayoral visits to Gulargambone and Quambone (November)

Mayor visit Gulargambone and Quambone - click for more information Mayor visit Gulargambone and Quambone - click for more information (177 KB)

Posted 13-Nov-2017

Australia Day 2018 nomination form

Australia Day 2018 nomination form Australia Day 2018 nomination form (889 KB)


Posted 11-Sep-2017

B ounded on one side by the Warrumbungle National Park, and on the other by the Western Plains and Macquarie Marshes, our area offers the perfect combination of a rich history and country living. The shire is part of the NSW State electorate of BARWON and the Federal electorate of PARKES.

Part of the Orana region the shire comprises the towns of Coonamble and Gulargambone with the village of Quambone. Less than two hours drive by road from Dubbo and six hours from Sydney. There is also a daily service with Countrylink.
Click here for local street maps.

To find out details on local events and activities in Coonamble Shire visit the  "What's On" section of our website. 

Search for local organisations and services using the  Community Directory  or Business Listings. For statistical and profile information about Coonamble Shire and surrounding area click here.

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What's On

14-Dec-2017 to 14-Dec-2017 Coonamble Christmas Carnivale

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Looking to pay your rates?

$ Rates instalments are due on the 31 August 2017, 30 November 2017, 28 February 2018 and 31 May 2018 . You can pay your rates in full or by quarterly instalments.  Payment methods include paying in person, BPAY, Direct Deposit or by mail.

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