Coonamble Shire offers both opportunity and lifestyle.

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Main Street Public Toilet Concept

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PROPOSED MAIN STREET TOILET FACILITY - COONAMBLE

 The community is advised that Council has recently purchased the former Mac’s Dry Cleaning building in Castlereagh Street Coonamble to construct a public toilet facility. An application has been lodged under the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Communities to fund the construction and an outcome on the application is expected in August.

Council believe that it is important to retain the integrity of the Coonamble main street and has developed a concept plan to gain community feedback.

Should you wish to make comment on the plan, please contact Council’s Administration office on 6827 1900 or email council@coonambleshire.nsw.gov.au

Posted 25-May-2018

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

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What's On

6-Jul-2018 to 8-Jul-2018 Stories in the Bush - Writers workshop
15-Jun-2018 to 3-Jul-2018 Breast screening at Coonamble
26-Jun-2018 to 26-Jun-2018 Let's Talk About It

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