The Victorian Government has announced an easing of restrictions from 11.59pm Thursday 10 June. All Victorian residents must wear a mask everywhere except inside their own home.
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Nillumbik Shire Council is divided into seven Wards with a total of seven Councillors.
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Read about our planning controls and strategies that guide how land in Nillumbik is used and developed.
Find out more about our capital works program - building, upgrading and renewing infrastructure and facilities around the Shire.
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PO Box 476, Greensborough VIC 3088, Australia
Ph: 9433 3111
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TTY call 133 677
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Nillumbik Shire Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung as the Traditional Owners of this country, pays tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Nillumbik, and gives respect to Elders past, present and emerging and their integral part in our region's history.