Promoting, developing and maintaining the natural and built environment and protecting the community from risks to health and safety by properly monitoring buildings, development, food and waste services and facilitating services for a safe, clean, healthy and orderly environment.

Alcohol Free Zones

The consumption of alcohol is prohibited within the levee of the township of Bourke, including all public…

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Cemetery

The Bourke General and Historic cemetery is located south of the township on the Cobar Rd (Kidman Way)…

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Heritage Funding

Bourke Shire Council offers small grants anually on a $ for $ basis to private home owners for restoration and…

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Local Environmental Plan (LEP)

View and download the Bourke Local Environmental Plan and LEP Maps…

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Planning & Environment Forms

View and download Council’s planning and environment forms…

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Plumbing

Following are downloadable documents required to be completed by licenced plumbers prior to…

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Pool Awareness

Sadly, a total of 8 children drowned in NSW backyard swimming pools between 2006 and 2009…

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Proposed Developments

View a list of currently advertised developments and notice of development consents…

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Sharps and Needles

Sharps are any items or implements that have an edge or point that can cut or puncture and include…

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State of the Environment Report (SOE)

State of the Environment (SoE) Reporting is a tool for environmental management, education…

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Waste and Recycling

Bourke waste and recycling depot. Opening hours. Schedule of tipping charges…

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Weeds Management

Bourke Shire Council is the Local Government body empowered with the control and eradication of noxious…

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