If you are thinking about moving to the Strathbogie Shire, or have recently made the move, you will find lots of useful information on this webpage. You can also learn more about what our area has to offer by visiting www.strathbogiestory.com




In 2020 the Strathbogie Shire Council community elected this Council for a four-year term. Click here to view the Mayor and Councillors’ details.


Council’s waste services include kerbside collection and waste transfer stations. Click here to access forms to replace or arrange new bins, view transfer station and collection point opening hours and what items are accepted at these facilities.


For information on how to pay rates, what your rates are paying for, fact sheets and more, visit our rates page.



Our upcoming events listing features an array of things to see and do in Strathbogie Shire – from community and sporting events, to markets and much more. You can also visit our Events page to promote an upcoming event as well. Click here to visit the page.

Euroa Community Cinema

You can view a range of films at the Euroa Community Cinema. Screenings are held regularly on Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 4pm, unless otherwise stated. There are additional special screenings during the school holidays and on the first Friday of the month. To find out what’s coming up and more, click here.


The Goulburn Valley Regional Library Corporation, on behalf of the Strathbogie Shire Council, operates local libraries in Euroa, and Violet Town. A Mobile Library service regularly visits Nagambie, Strathbogie, Avenel and Longwood. For opening hours and much more, click here.

Pet Ownership

When you own a pet in Strathbogie Shire there’s several responsibilities you must be aware of. You are also required to register your pet, so click here, to find out how to register your pet and familiarise yourself with your responsibilities.


There are opportunities to volunteer with Council at its Visitor Information Centres in Nagambie and Euroa or for the Euroa Community Cinema. So if you’re passionate about the local area and want to share it with visitors, or if you’d like to assist with running the kiosk or selling tickets at the Cinema, click here.

Health and Wellbeing

Council is committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of residents, the people who live, work, play and volunteer in the shire. You can visit this page to discover support services and read Council’s Health and Wellbeing Action Plan.

Maternal Child Health

The Maternal and Child Health Service is a primary health service, free for all Victorian families with children aged birth to school age. Services are available in Euroa, Avenel, Nagambie and Violet Town. To find out more, click here.


Strathbogie Shire has community playgroups in each of its townships as well as the Council-facilitated Support Playgroups with enrolments available to those who meet the eligibility criteria. You can find out more about both playgroup options here.


Council provides a range of services for youth. There is a youth hub at both Euroa and Nagambie. Join your local youth or FReeZA Crew or simply stay up to date with all of the latest youth events via the youth Facebook page here or via Council’s website.


Strathbogie Shire Council’s role in emergency management ranges from responding to trees over roads or wandering livestock to other significant roles in major emergencies impacting the Strathbogie Shire, in accordance with Victoria’s emergency management legislation.
Emergency risks in Strathbogie Shire include bushfires, grass fires, floods and transport incidents.
Further information about emergency preparedness can be found at https://www.strathbogie.vic.gov.au/services/emergency-preparedness/ 

Online Maps (Pozi)

If you’re looking for the location for something in Strathbogie Shire, Council has a handy interactive online mapping tool Pozi. You can also add layers to the map which show all sorts of things you may be interested in such as public toilets, waste collection zones, schools and kindergartens, planning overlays and zones, bushfire prone areas and so much more. Click here to view Pozi.

Business/Community Directory

To find the closest healthcare facilities, eateries, accommodation, public transport, community groups, vets and much more, visit our Business/Community Directory. You can use the drop-down tab to search in categories and scroll through the results. Click here to view the Directory or to register your club, business or group.

Groups and Clubs

With such diverse interest areas in our Shire, there’s a group or a club for all to join. Whether you’re interested in angling, rowing, gardening, philanthropy, networking and so much more, visit our Community Directory to find the perfect club or group for you.

Sport and Recreation

You can find all of Council’s sporting facilities, grounds, swimming pools, parks and playgrounds, tracks and trails and skate parks here.

Swimming Pools

There are outdoor swimming pool facilities open to the public during the summer months in Euroa, Avenel, Violet Town and Nagambie. For opening hours, ticket information, contact details and more, click here.

Tracks and Trails

Strathbogie Shire has an abundance of amazing tracks and trails to explore. There are walks to suit all ages and all fitness levels. We’ve been doing lots of awesome work mapping them which you can view here.

Parks and Playgrounds

Residents and visitors can enjoy several parks, playgrounds and public spaces in Strathbogie Shire. Click here to view our parks and open spaces in each township.


Skateparks are continuing to expand in Strathbogie Shire for residents and visitors to enjoy and improve their skills on skateboards, BMXs, scooters and rollerblades. Find our skateparks here.

Sporting facilities

There are several sporting facilities throughout Strathbogie Shire. Strathbogie Shire is also home to many sporting clubs to cater for a wide range of sporting pursuits. You can find a listing for all reserves across the shire here.