Published on 03 May 2023

Have your say on our draft 2023–24 Budget

Council’s draft 2023–24 Budget is now available for public comment until Friday 26 May 2023.

In the draft 2023–24 Budget, Council has allocated funding for:

  • sustainability measures, including investment in emissions reduction, urban greening and transition to a circular economy
  • maintaining investment for provision of services including aged care, seniors, youth, family, children, disability, accessibility and pets
  • $63.5 million for our capital works program including:
    • the renewal and upgrade of Council’s major infrastructure assets such as road reconstruction, drainage improvements and footpaths
    • continuing the construction of the Carnegie Memorial Swimming Pool
    • increasing our open space through land acquisitions and improving and enhancing existing spaces
    • investment in Environmentally Sustainable Design and climate emergency initiatives
    • investment in technology and data to ensure we keep pace with changing customer expectations about online services and to ensure we have high levels of data security and protection from cybercrime.

The Budget can be viewed online at

In addition to this, an online information session will be held on Thursday 18 May 6pm to 7pm via Zoom. To register, email

Feedback will be considered by Council at a Council Meeting that will be open to the public on Tuesday 13 June at 7.30pm.

Subject to any amendments resulting from the submissions, the Budget will be considered for adoption at a Special Council Meeting on Tuesday 27 June at 7pm.


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