Council is responsible for the management, design and development of parks, gardens, playgrounds and open space in urban areas.
This includes approximately 320 hectares of parkland and associated infrastructure, such as picnic shelters, BBQs, seating, boardwalks, fences and public toilets and also the proactive management of approx. 30,000 – 35,000 urban trees.
Council is also responsible for moving the Wellington community towards a more sustainable future, and strives to ensure that “Wellington’s natural environment and landscape is clean, diverse, beautiful, accessible and protected” as per our Wellington 2030 Vision.
Wellington's Parks and Gardens are actively promoted through our annual Parks Week celebrations which are held in March each year, attracting in excess of 5,000 visitors at various locations across the municipality.
To locate Wellington's reserves and playgrounds, please use the Wellington Shire Facilities Map.
Choose your locality from the list below to view your next bin collection day.
Sale is collected over multiple days - Sale residents can view the Sale Garbage Collection Map to determine their collection zone.
Council maintain a range of documents and registers for public inspection in accordance with the Local Government Act 1989 and the Local Government (General) Regulations 2004 - these are shown below.
Note: The Auditors Report is incorporated within the Annual Report.
The documents below can also be viewed at our Sale or Yarram Service Centres.
In addition, the following documents are also available for public inspection at the Sale Service Centre:
To arrange an inspection, please contact Council.