Changes to council services
West Wimmera Shire Council services will be operating as follows in line with its pandemic plan.
Please note, this is a rapidly changing situation. This page will be regularly updated
Kaniva and Edenhope Customer Service Centres
With the uncertain nature of the current environment Kaniva and Edenhope Customer Service Centres opening hours will be subject to change.
Visit our latest news page for updates on changes.
Strictly by appointment only. Call 13 WWSC (13 99 72) to make an appointment.
Bookings for learners permit tests are now being taken at both Kaniva and Edenhope.
Meals on Wheels
Continuing as normal being delivered by volunteers.
Carers and people receiving care are required to wear a mask during home visits.
Currently visitor numbers are limited by Social Distancing, and visitors will be required to observe COVID-safe conditions.
A “click and contactless collect” service is still operating. Please contact your local library for further details. Local library contact details can be found here: https://wrlc.org.au/contact/
You can still return all items through external return chutes.
Open within normal operating hours. Please only visit the transfer station if it is absolutely necessary. This service is only available to residents and ratepayers within the West Wimmera Shire. Non-residents may be refused service at the discretion of the attendant. Proof of residency may be required if requested by attendants.
Strict guidelines regarding health recommendations will apply at all transfer stations to protect our staff and the public. A safe social distance of 1.5 metres is required at all times, and customers are to remain in their vehicles at the main entrance until loads have been inspected.
Cash will no longer be accepted at any transfer stations. Customer details will be recorded by attendants and accounts will be issued to users on a monthly basis. Existing account holders will operate as normal. Eftpos is not available at transfer stations.
Please avoid unnecessary visits to the transfer station, as these measures are vital to the continuation of this service. Visitors to the transfer stations must wear a mask.
Maternal and child health
All consultations and immunisations are by appointment only. Call or text Judy on 0428 595 725 to book.
Operating with limited numbers, as per COVID-19 restrictions.
Closed for the season, to open mid to late November
Kerbside waste collection operating as normal
Both three-year-old and four-year-old kindergarten are operating as normal.
Caravan parks and camp grounds
Payment for animal registrations
Animal Registrations are still payable. Customers can pay over the phone or post a cheque. If a customer wishes to pay in person, they can do so once customer service centres re-open. Customers will not encounter any late fees until the offices have been open with suitable time for them to pay. It is not recommended that people come into the office to pay animal registrations as this is not considered essential.
Kaniva fauna park
Animals are being fed and cared for by council staff, instead of volunteers.
Call 13 WWSC (13 99 72).