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Maitland heads into the outback this Australia Day
New Maitland City Heritage Group book - Out of the Ordinary
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Here is the latest news and information from Council, including media releases, Mayors Columns and community notices.
It's no secret that I have a passion for trees, and my garden at home is crowded with a mix of native plants and exotic tree species like Maple. Because of the healthy tree canopy, over 38 species of birds have made my backyard home, with everythi
Trees are a valuable asset within the community and provide many benefi ts to the environment, such as providing shade and attracting birds.
Council’s popular Native Seedling Giveaway is back again and is being trialled in a click and collect format for the first time.
Maitland City Council will host the 16th Maitland Environmental Youth Forum this May at Walka Water Works.
Redevelopment works have recently been taking place at Baker’s Brickyard to extend the Raworth Dog Park to accommodate all dogs.
Stage 1 works at Haussman Drive, Thornton are on the verge of completion.
On Australia Day, inspiring Maitland Residents Dr Helen Tolhurst and Ally Meyn were announced as the 2020 Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year.
The play space at Benshulla Drive, Bolwarra Heights is close to opening for public use.
Planting has finished with round one of Council's Community Street Tree Planting Program seeing 136 trees installed over February.