Service on Lake Hume's Wymah Ferry has been suspended until further notice due to low water levels
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If you believe you may have contracted the COVID-19 virus ( returned travellers/had contact with a confirmed case/showing symptoms: fever, sore throat, dry cough and shortness of breath) you should:- call HealthDirect 1800 022 222 or- call the Murrumbidgee COVID-19 Hotline 1800 831 099 or- contact/phone your GP, advise them in advance if you have symptoms
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Information on aged and community services in Greater Hume
This pages includes information on keeping Animals, Pets and Livestock.
Providing information on Bushfire Assistance in Greater Hume.
Contacts and information on cemeteries in Greater Hume.
COVID 19 Information for those residing in Greater Hume area
Education providers in Greater Hume region.
Information and services for families living in the Greater Hume Council region.
Find a wide range of venues and parks throughout Greater Hume.
Information on fires and floods.
Grant and funding opportunities within Greater Hume
Health and Medical contacts within Greater Hume.
Greater Hume Council has quality library services available to residents of the Greater Hume.
Discover what's happening in and around your area.
Opening times and information on public swimming pools in Greater Hume.
Everything you need to know about property rates in Greater Hume.
Access information on the towns and villages of Greater Hume.
The Greater Hume Council Residents Guide is a publication which we believe illustrates just what it is that makes our shire such a great place.
Information on roads and road safety.
Volunteering has a meaningful and positive impact on your local community.
Providing information on public and community transport in Greater Hume.
Waste and Recycling in Greater Hume.
Information on water and wastewater in Greater Hume.
Information about controlling weeds, vegetation and pests.
An outline of the scheduled yearly Works Program as well as the weekly works programs.
The Greater Hume Council are responsive to the needs of young people aged between 12 – 24 years and adaptive to changing times of rapid growth and new technologies.
Greater Hume Council
39 Young Street, PO Box 99
HOLBROOK NSW 2644
T: 02 6036 0100