Lake Grace Shire is situated in the South-East of Western Australia and is one of the largest agricultural Shires in the State. It incorporates the communities of Lake Grace, Newdegate, Lake King, Varley and part of Pingaring, and has 1,361 people inhabiting its 11,890 km2.
With beautiful landscapes, great produce and welcoming communities, the Shire of Lake Grace is a must to visit.Read More
The Shire has a range of facilities available to hire for meetings, functions and events.Read More
A range of Information on responsible dog and cat ownership and registration informationRead More
Annual Reports & Budgets, Agendas, Minutes....and more. Our publications can now be viewed online.Read More
Our Community News provides the latest Shire information, stories and notices. View the latest edition here.Read More
The Shire of Lake Grace believes that building a strong digital capability and accessibility across the region, will be crucial to enable homes and business to take full advantage of the digital future. The Shire proposes to investigate the digital needs of the region, through the conduct of a Digital Census. The findings of this census will assist the Shire to prioritize its future planning and target funding opportunities available through the State and Commonwealth Governments.
To implement this census, the Shire is undertaking a survey, to assess the level of digital activity across the region and the level of online literacy amongst the population. Your support by completing this short survey will assist the Shire in prioritizing its future planning.
Brenton See's sky high silo art has been dazzling above the treetops in Newdegate since June, when the Western Australian artist finished the fifth mural in the trail. This film, by Peacock Visuals, will make you feel as though you were there. Watch it here.
Please refer to the Shire of Lake Grace Harvest Ban Number 9487 7191 for up to date Harvesting & Vehicle Movement Bans, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your mobile number if you would like to be placed on the SMS notification list for Harvesting & Vehicle Movement Bans.
|Burn Status||Date Period|
|Restricted Burning||19 September to 17 October (Permit Required)|
|Prohibited Burning||18 October to 31 January|
|Restricted Burning||1 February to 30 April (Permit Required)|
For all communities waste is collected every Monday.
Recycling collection is fortnightly and alternates between Newdegate & Lake Grace. Click here to view the recycling collection dates.
Please note: There is no recycling collection service for Lake King & Varley.
Monday & Wednesday 9am - 2pm
Saturday & Sunday 9am - 4pm
|Newdegate||Wednesday & Saturday 9am - 1pm|
|Lake King & Varley||Open every day|