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  • Council is encouraging residents to get on their bike for NSW Bike Week (12–20 September), with free events and cycling courses for all ages and levels of ability.

    On your bike, Marrickville!

    Council is encouraging residents to get on their bike for NSW Bike Week (12–20 September), with free events and cycling courses for all ages and levels of ability. Read more

  • Sustainable living tours, workshops and demonstrations galore on Sustainable House Day, Sunday 13 September 2015.

    Sustainable House Day

    Sustainable living tours, workshops and demonstrations galore on Sustainable House Day, Sunday 13 September 2015. Read more

  • Residents and businesses are invited to enter this great community event – whether a beginner gardener or a horticulturalist, whether you have a courtyard garden or a large backyard.

    Spring Garden Competition extended to 31 August!

    Residents and businesses are invited to enter this great community event – whether a beginner gardener or a horticulturalist, whether you have a courtyard garden or a large backyard. Read more

  • Help the environment by making paper rates a thing of the past – now you can register to receive your rates notices direct to your email address instead.

    Receive your rates notices online

    Help the environment by making paper rates a thing of the past – now you can register to receive your rates notices direct to your email address instead. Read more

Latest news

IPART assessments a smokescreen for forced amalgamations

As the State Government commences an advertising campaign paving the way for forced amalgamations, Mayor Mark Gardiner has said they have yet produce “even one shred of evidence” that Marrickville residents will be better off.

Joint Statement on racism directed at Adam Goodes

Marrickville Council is one of 150 organisations who've joined together to call for renewed efforts to stamp out racism in sport and everyday life.

Latest media releases

Your Say Marrickville

No forced amalgamation for Marrickville

The NSW Government wants Marrickville to amalgamate with Canada Bay, Ashfield, Burwood, Leichhardt and Strathfield – even though an overwhelming majority of the Marrickville community are opposed to this.

Improving the use and access of laneways

Have your say about the draft guidelines Council has developed to improve the use of laneways throughout the Marrickville local government area.

Tomorrow's Dulwich Hill

Join us to create Tomorrow's Dulwich Hill: a new way of planning, designing and building that puts people and place at the centre.

All current consultations

What's on

29
Aug
Tax help service

Do you earn $50,000 or less and think your tax affairs are pretty straightforward?

01
Sep
HSC seminars: English - Discovery

Marrickville Library and History Services is running free seminars to help HSC students prepare for...

02
Sep
Library tours

These guided tours are the Library’s answer to those neat sightseeing tours you go on while...

Active and Connected Seniors

In 2008, Marrickville Council developed a program for seniors called Active and Connected. This free or low-cost program for seniors has been highly popular with over-55s, successfully building social connections and improving health and wellbeing.

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