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 Council youth programs, events and activities.
Maryborough Regional Library is part of the Central Highlands Libraries and a member of the SWIFT Library Consortium, giving patrons free access to over 3 million items.
Council provides services to support residents to continue living in their own homes and to be actively involved in their community.
Council welcomes new residents to our community and our Learning, Living and Working booklet aims to help make your move an easy one.
Council offers a range of recreational activities and events in the Central Goldfields Shire.
Information about roads, drains and footpaths.
Information about child care, kindergarten, maternal and child health, immunisation and playgroups.
Go Goldfields is community driven and works to improve the social outcomes of children, youth and families in the Central Goldfields Shire and addresses social problems impacting our community.
Information about Council's role in maintaining infrastructure, buildings and open spaces.
Information about public health and wellbeing in the Central Goldfields Shire
Healthy Heart of Victoria (HHV) is an initiative aimed at improving the health of people in the Loddon Campaspe region – the ‘heart’ of Victoria.
The Your Community 2030 Plans for Bealiba, Bet Bet, Carisbrook, Dunolly, Majorca, Maryborough, Talbot and Timor and their surrounding districts are available to read here.
Residents can lodge a request here about illegal rubbish dumping, fallen trees and limbs and road and other maintenance issues.
Find out the latest information on current Council works and projects
Central Goldfields Shire Council
Customer Service Centre, 22 Nolan Street, Maryborough,
Victoria, 3465, Australia
Phone: 03 5461 0610
For refunds please contact our offices on 03 5461 0610
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.