Due to the Grand Final Eve public holiday, Council’s offices, customer service desk and the Recycling Centre will be closed on Friday 29 September. Bin collections will continue as normal.
If you have recently bought a property, you are responsible for notifying us about the change in property ownership.
If your postal address has changed, you will need to let us know so that we can send your rates notice to you.
If you are buying or selling a property, you can get land information certificate from Council for the Section 32 or Contract of Sale.
If your property is used for farming, you can apply to get your property classified as farm land for rates.
If you need to locate the owner of a neighbouring property to build or repair a dividing fence, you can make a request to Council for the property ownership details.
If you want to change your street number or address (for example, if you live on a corner property) you will need to make a request to Council.
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