For COVID-19 community information, including details of Council's financial support measures to assist ratepayers, businesses and community groups with the ongoing impact of COVID-19, visit
Information about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) for the Central Goldfields Shire community
Information about the workings of Council and elected representatives
Information about employment and volunteer opportunities.
Information on Council owned and managed property
Information on Council plans, documents, strategies and policies which are available to the community to access.
Catch up on all the latest Council news here.
Read about upcoming works, tenders and other public announcements in Council's public notice which appears in The Maryborough District Advertiser every Friday.
Council hosts a range of civic functions each year including the Australia Day awards and citizenship ceremonies.
Information on Council permits and permit application forms
Community Grants provide financial support to community-based projects and events that build the social and cultural life of the Shire. Grants from $500 are available to a wide range of community-based organisations to run projects and events.
Preventing violence against women is everyone's responsibility, including all of us at Central Goldfields Shire Council - from elected representatives and senior management to all Council employees.
You can alert our staff to any problems or issues in several different ways.
Local Government elections are conducted every four years on the fourth Saturday in October. The next general election for Local Government will be held on 24 October 2020.
Central Goldfields Shire Council
Customer Service Centre, 22 Nolan Street, Maryborough,
Victoria, 3465, Australia
Phone: 03 5461 0610
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Central Goldfields Shire Council acknowledges the ancestors and descendants of the Dja Dja Wurrung. We acknowledge that their forebears are the Traditional Owners of the area we are on and have been for many thousands of years. The Djaara have performed age old ceremonies of celebration, initiation and renewal. We acknowledge their living culture and their unique role in the life of this region.