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  • Business from biodiversity brainstorm
    Cessnock City Council is calling on local businesses to take part in a brainstorming workshop to discuss how Cessnock’s biodiversity can be used to market our area and broaden activities available to visitors.
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Fees and Charges

Cessnock Council raises approximately 10 per cent of its operating income from fees and charges. 

The Fees and Charges document outlines the fees to be charged for the provision of services including all user pay services. User pay services include swimming centre fees, parks and recreation fees, building and development fees, etc.

2019-2020 Fees and Charges