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  • Adventure launches at The Station

    Council is pleased to officially launch the much anticipated Barossa Adventure Station in Angaston – a $2.5 million dollar project which is part of Council’s The Big Project, a 50 year …

  • Southern Barossa Dog Park open

    Dog lovers and their four-legged friends can now enjoy the Southern Dog Park, which has opened in Williamstown.

    The fully-fenced park is located at Queen Victoria Jubilee Park and features …

  • Further rates relief on the way

    Council has extended rate relief options for Barossa ratepayers impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

    People who have become unemployed or experienced business failure or hardship can now apply to …

  • Barossa, it's time to have your say

    Council is pleased to have recently launched a new online engagement platform, Your Say Barossa.

    The engagement platform will enable community to easily connect with Council and have a say on …

  • COVID-19 Recovery Headlines Barossa Budget

    Recovery support for the region is a key component of The Barossa Council’s draft 2020-21 Annual Budget and Business Plan, acknowledging the challenges faced by the local community as a result …

  • Consultation on Mobile Food Vendor Policy

    The community can have a say on how mobile food vendors, or food trucks, operate in public areas within the Barossa Council area.

    As the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic occurred during the …

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