Friday 23 April 2021

On Display Indefinitely

Anzac Day road closures

Maryborough and Talbot will be hosting Anzac Day street parades on Sunday 25 April, 2021.

A dawn service will be held in Maryborough’s McLandress Square at 5.45am before a mid-morning service at 10.30am, also at McLandress Square.

The Talbot street parade commences at 9am in Scandinavian Crescent.

The following streets will be closed:


High Street, between Kars and Tuaggra streets

Nolan Street, between Alma Street including the Clarendon Street intersection

Clarendon Street, between Havelock and Neill streets

These streets will be closed from 5.30am to 12noon.


Scandinavian Crescent

Ballarat Street, between Scandinavian Crescent and

Heales Street

Heales Street, between Ohara Street and Camp Lane

These streets will be closed between 8.45am and 10am.

Council Meeting

This month’s Council Meeting will be held on Tuesday 27 April from 6pm at the Community Hub.

Community members are welcome to attend the meeting in a limited capacity.

To attend, please register at

Bookings are essential as spaces are limited.

The meeting will be livestreamed on our Facebook page at

A video will be available at following the meeting.

World Heritage Listing Happiness Index

Residents are invited to share their thoughts in a Happiness Index survey regarding the World Heritage bid for the central Victorian Goldfields.

The Happiness Index survey is a global tool that asks community members about their quality of life, any concerns they may have and how residents feel about tourism.

To complete the survey, visit

Solar for farmers

Funding from Agriculture Victoria is now available for primary producers who are looking to install solar panels.

More Australian Solar Homes (MASH) can provide assistance via a solar bulk-buy initiative.

Grants between $20,000 and $250,000 are available with applications closing on 15 July, 2021.

To find out more, visit or all 1300 466 274.

Positions vacant

To see our vacant positions, please see our employment page

Gordon Gardens Master Plan project

In September, 2019 Council adopted the Gordon Gardens Master Plan.

A number of projects that were identified as part of the Gordon Gardens Master Plan were constructed at the precinct during 2019/2020 including a basketball court, bicycle/scooter pump track, outdoor fitness equipment/ shade structure and a touch-free water fountain.

The next stage of the Master Plan work will commence in April, 2021 and includes:

  • Development of the vacant block beside the Senior Citizens building into a carpark, including two disabled parking spots
  • Extension of the ramps into the Senior Citizens building
  • Walking path from the carpark to the Queen Victoria Jubilee Monument within Gordon Gardens
  • New path and new pedestrian gate into the Bowls Club from the carpark
  • New sliding gate at the Bowls Club to allow access to the Bowls Club sheds
  • Relocation of the Bowls Club’s water tanks

The works will be delivered by Council’s Operations team and will begin next week. The project will take approximately four weeks to complete.

More information, including a copy of the Gordon Gardens Master Plan, is available to view at

Derby Road enhancement project

We’re planning to beautify the medium strip along Derby Road, Maryborough – between Lean Street (Goldfields Reservoir) and Carramar Nursery.

As one of Maryborough’s main entry points, the project will make this precinct more visually pleasing to visitors and complement the median strip located at the High Street end of Derby Road.

The project involves the planting of 30 Japanese Elm trees, with Tuscan stone filling the space between the trees.

Irrigation will also be installed as part of the project.

The project, funded as part of the Council’s 2020/21 Budget, will take around two weeks to complete and is expected to be carried out in May.

Residents wanting more information about the project can visit or contact Council’s Manager Operations Amber Robinson on 5461 6702 or email


Tenders currently available through Central Goldfields Shire Council are listed below.

Tender documents can be downloaded from e-Procure, accessible via Council's website