Narrabri Shire Council

Public Exhibitions and Notifications



Council response to COVID-19

Narrabri Shire Council is continuing to review the advice provided by the Australian Government and NSW Health surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Council is committed to meet prescribed guidelines for community safety.

Council’s services remain uninterrupted at this point in time, with relevant NSW Government restrictions in place. We are aiming to ensure services are able to be maintained at current levels. Any changes to Council services will be communicated via our website and social media.

For the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 please visit NSW Health or the Federal Government websites:

For more information including updates and resources, please refer to Our Community – COVID-19 page.



2022/2032 Community Strategic Plan

Narrabri Shire Council's 2022/2032 Community Strategic Plan will set the organisation's strategic direction for the next 10 years.
Council want to hear from the community in order to establish goals and priorities within the integrated planning and reporting framework.

You can complete the Narrabri Shire Council Community Engagement Site Survey and tell Council what you love about Council's facilities and what we could do to further improve them. Posters are installed at Council-owned public facilities across Narrabri Shire where the community can scan the QR code and complete the above survey. 

Feedback can also be sent to Council's General Manager with the subject 'Community Strategic Plan' via email or mail PO Box 261 Narrabri NSW 2390. 

For more information on the Community Strategic Plan and engagement have a look at the Community Strategic Plan Facesheet below. 

 Community Strategic Plan Factsheet Edition 1


OPERATION CAT - Discounted Desexing, Vaccination and Microchipping

Narrabri Shire Council is pleased to be partnering with the Cat Protection Society of NSW to offer a subsidised cat desexing program to eligible cat owners. From 1 November, eligible Narrabri Shire residents can have their cat or kitten desexed, vaccinated and microchipped for $40 as part of “Operation Cat”. Eligible Narrabri Shire residents include those who are Australian Health Care and Pension card holders.

Bookings can be made by contacting the Cat Protection Society of NSW on 02 9519 7201 between 10.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday. Cat owners will need to confirm their eligibility when completing the registration application.

Places are limited to 60 cats and applicants are advised that a referral needs to be received before making the veterinary appointment.
For more information, visit or call the Cat Protection Society of NSW on 02 9519 7201.

 Narrabri Shire Council Operation Cat