Due to unforeseen staff shortages, Council's waste collection contractor, Cleanaway, is experiencing delays collecting kerbside recycling bins.If your recycle bin has been missed, please report your missed bin to Council.
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Prominently displayed house numbers are essential. They assist in the efficient delivery of mail and other services and aid the speedy location of an address in the event of an emergency.
All properties in the region are allocated a street number by Council, and residents are urged to display them in a prominent position at the property entrance.
To avoid confusion only house numbers, not lot numbers, should be displayed.
To find out your allocated house number, contact Council.
Rural address numbers provide easy identification and location of properties for visitors, emergency and delivery services.
Rural road property numbering is a distance based measurement system that allocates each rural property a unique address number based on the distance of the property entrance from the nearest major intersection. The rural address number is determined by dividing the distance, measured in metres, by 10.
Proceeding up the road from the intersection, odd numbers on the left and even numbers on the right side of the road. The blue reflective number is displayed on a yellow post at the property entrance.
Generally, rural road numbering is used instead of urban house numbers as follows:
To request installation of a rural road number or if maintenance is required on existing posts and numbers, contact Council.