Taking photos while discovering local plants and animals could lead to residents winning materials needed to go on a nature safari.
Camden’s unique history is set to come to life, and we need your help!
It’s time to put Camden on Santa’s map, by snapping your photos with Council’s special Christmas decorations along Argyle Street.
A project to safeguard a vulnerable native tree species will help make Camden greener and cooler thanks to funding from a NSW Government program.
Christmas is just around the corner and we know that means extra recycling waste – so we’ve got you covered with Council’s Recycling Drop Off event.
Oran Park’s Julia Reserve Youth Precinct picked up its third award since opening in March, after taking out the UDIA’s Excellence in Social and Community Infrastructure Award.
The proof that Camden Council loves its volunteers is in the pudding – literally!
Local businesses may be eligible for a rebate up to $50,000 to help buy recycling equipment and cut waste, as part of the NSW Environment Protection Authority’s Bin Trim program.
Conservation works to assist the critically endangered Elderslie Banksia Scrub Forest will continue, after Council secured more than $14,000 in NSW Government funding.