In an effort to address the changing climate affecting the Cessnock Local Government Area, Council has developed a draft Climate Change Policy. The community are encouraged to provide feedback on the Policy during the public exhibition period. The draft Climate Change Policy will be on public exhibition from the 26 February until the 25 March 2020.Read More
Cessnock Local Government Area has a rich cultural and social heritage which is summed up in the phrase "Mines, wines and people". It also has a wide range of cultural facilities and activities offering diverse opportunities for the residents of the area and the millions of visitors who come throughout the year to enjoy what the region has to offer.
The following are just some of the cultural facilities and activites in which Council is involved.
Access and Council Facilities
Council has a range of accessibility measures at their cultural facilities that aim to reduce barriers and increase participation for people with disability. More information about the provisions that exist at Council's cultural facilities can be found on the Access & Inclusion page.