Council has a diverse range of projects, programs and issues and it is important the community is informed of changes, advances and achievements in these areas.
Council regularly releases media releases ensuring the positive achievements of the Council and important information are communicated to the Hawkesbury Community. Council has weekly notices in the Hawkesbury Courier providing important information to the Community.
For more information on news and events, please contact Council’s Public Relations Coordinator on
(02) 4560 4430 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hawkesbury Heroes feature in major ANZAC exhibition21 April 2017
Hawkesbury Regional Museum has been selected to provide objects and stories about two Hawkesbury WWI Heroes for the Spirit of Anzac Centenary Experience, Australia’s largest travelling exhibition, to be held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney from Saturday, 15 to Thursday, 27 April 2017.
Honouring Aboriginal diggers from the Hawkesbury and Blue Mountains areas21 April 2017
Hawkesbury Library Service will have a special touring exhibition of Aboriginal ANZAC WWI diggers from the Blue Mountains and Windsor areas on display from Wednesday, 26 April to Tuesday, 9 May during Library opening hours.
Sydney Writers’ Festival @ Hawkesbury Library21 April 2017
The Sydney Writers’ Festival is an annual literary festival which presents over 300 events, attracting audiences of over 100,000 throughout Sydney and participating suburbs. It brings together writers from various forms and backgrounds, including the best contemporary novelists, writers of cutting-edge nonfiction, plus a range of popular personalities and international guests.
eBooks – just a click away5 April 2017
Did you know that the Hawkesbury Library Service has eBooks and eAudiobooks available for adults and kids?
Tour of McGraths Hill and Pitt Town Cemeteries5 April 2017
Rediscover some of the Hawkesbury’s lesser known cemeteries on an excursion to McGraths Hill and Old Pitt Town cemeteries. The Methodist Cemetery at McGraths Hill was established in the 1850s, with over 80 headstones including many of Windsor’s business owners. The Old Pitt Town Cemetery is much older and larger, with many pioneer family names inscribed on the headstones.
An evening with author Julie Ankers5 April 2017
Author, entrepreneur and radio host, Julie Ankers, will talk about her latest book Feisty, Fabulous & 50+ at Hawkesbury Central Library on Tuesday, 2 May, 6pm to 7:30pm.
Free asbestos fibro collections30 March 2017
Please note that there has been high demand for this program and registrations are now closed. Thank you for your interest in the free household asbestos collections program
Get ready for Youth Week in the Hawkesbury4 April 2017
There is a lot happening during National Youth Week (NYW) for the young people of the Hawkesbury which this year will be held from Friday, 31 March to Sunday, 9 April. ‘Youthfest ‘17’ will be held in Richmond Park on Friday, 7 April, and the Youth Summit will be held on Wednesday, 5 April at Richmond High School.
Mental Health Forum28 March 2017
Hawkesbury City Council is hosting a Mental Health Forum and Community Consultation on Thursday, 30 March 2017, as a part of community consultation to develop the Hawkesbury Disability Inclusion Access Plan.
Supporting the Safe Schools Program28 March 2017
Council has formally pledged its support for the Safe Schools Program with The Mayor of Hawkesbury, Councillor Mary Lyons-Buckett officially signing the pledge at Colo High School this week.
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