Ordinary meetings of The Barossa Council are held on the third Tuesday of each month - with the exception of the January meeting which is held on the fourth Tuesday.
All meeting details including times, dates, agendas and minutes are below.
About Council meetings
Council meetings are held to discuss and debate an agenda of items that require a decision and direction of the Elected Members.
A deputation is an individual or a group (of up to three people) from the community who attend a Council meeting to formally present an issue of concern or an idea to the Elected Members.
A petition is a document with the names, signatures and addresses of a group of people who have a common issue of concern or idea to bring to Council for consideration.
Council workshops and informal meetings are held to explore ideas and receive information briefing from staff or the community.
Barossa Assessment Panel
The Barossa Assessment Panel (BAP) has been established for the purpose of acting as a delegate of the Council in its role as a "relevant authority" under the Development Act 1993.