Public Exhibition

Disability Inclusion Action Plan Draft

In accordance with the Disability Inclusion Act 2014, the NSW Government is committed to disability inclusion, in order to build a strong and equitable community.  The NSW Government supports the fundamental right of all people to make choices about how they live their lives, to access opportunities and enjoy the benefits of living and working in our society.

Thank you for taking time to read Wentworth Shire Council’s draft Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2017-2021.  This Plan has been drafted for public consultation so that you have the opportunity to contribute your own ideas and thoughts on how to create a more inclusive and accessible community.

We value your feedback and are happy to receive written submissions to PO Box 81 Wentworth 2648; or via email on or in person at our offices at 26-28 Adelaide Street Wentworth. Should you have any questions regarding this draft plan, please contact the Office of the General Manager on 5027 5027.  Please click here to access.

Great Murray Darling Junction Reserve Management Plan

2 Jun 2017 5:00 PM - Final Public Exhibition

Wentworth Shire Council welcomes comments on the final draft of the Management Plan for the former Two Rivers Ski and Recreation Reserve.  The Management Plan reflects the vision of the Great Murray Darling Junction Interpretative Facility Inc Group.  Copies of the plan can be found at the Council Offices and Libraries as well as this website.  Comments will be received at until 5pm Friday 2 June 2017.

Great Murray Darling Junction Reserve Management Plan

Peter Kozlowski


Comments Sought on Draft Wentworth Aerodrome Master Plan

8 May 2017 3:06 PM -
Interested community members are being invited to make comment on the Draft Wentworth Aerodrome Master Plan.

Developed in consultation with community members and stakeholders, the draft Master Plan has been developed to set the strategic direction for the Wentworth Aerodrome over the next ten years (2017-2027).

The plan recognises the pivotal role the aerodrome plays for general aviation, regional tourism, emergency services, and community connection.

Discussions with stakeholders have identified a number of potential opportunities to increase the use of the aerodrome and its facilities.  These include:
  • Access to facilities by other user groups through partnerships and programs
  • Sports and recreational aviation activities and events
  • Leisure-based commercial charter operations
  • Business / Corporate / Aerial Work
  • Supporting the rural and remote emergency network
The draft Master Plan includes in its recommendations a three-phased approach for future development which includes the sealing of Runway 08/26 to Code 1B standard and in the longer term the sealing of Runway 17/35.

Interested members of the public are requested to send written submissions to:
Mr Peter Kozlowksi
General Manager
Wentworth Shire Council
PO Box 81

or via email to:

Written submissions will be received until 5:00pm on Friday 30 June 2017.