Wattle Range Council in the Limestone Coast of South Australia, is one of the most economically diverse Local Government regions in South Australia.
With a population of approximately 12,500 people, the Council - formed through a merger in 1997 between the District Councils of Beechport, Penola and Millicent - stretching from the sea to the border.
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Wattle Range Council stretching from the Coast to the Victorian Border incorporates the seaside towns of Beachport and Southend extending inland to Millicent as the major service centre and easterly across th the historic town of Penola and world renowned wine region of Coonawarra.
The Council region produces a huge array of products for both local and export markets including beef, prime lambs, wool, herbs, rock lobster, potatoes, apples, cherries, native flowers, and a diverse range of small seeds.
The Council's Engineering Services Department delivers a range of services and programs for the benefit of the community that are primarily focused on developing and maintaining community parks & gardens, sports & recreational facilities, waste management (collection, disposal & recycling) services, road construction and maintenance, footpaths and stormwater & a Rapid Response maintenance service.
These services are aimed at improving the quality of life fo Council residents and at maintaining the Community's assets.
Opening Times are:
Monday to Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm
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For information on how to release your dog from the pound please call the Millicent Office of Wattle Range Council on (08) 8733 0900.