The health and safety of our community, businesses and staff are our priority. Please follow physical distancing rules of 1.5 metres, practice safe hygiene and wash hands regularly.
Pesticide weed spraying at Blair Park (Queen St, Croydon) will occur from 26 - 28 Oct weather permitting.
28 October 2020
Can you find the fairies, elves, trolls and gnomes hiding around Burwood? Join us this spring holidays for a fun outdoor hunt.
Fun outdoor playgroup for children aged 0-6 years old.
Feelings of grief, loss, and anxiety may be heightened by COVID-19. This workshop, on 28 October at 6:30pm, will provide insights on how to better understand and manage emotional well being.
Published on 23 October 2020
Let Us Shout You Lunch not only gives you a chance to receive a $100 voucher to eat out, but helps support our local food businesses who've been doing it tough this year.
Published on 09 October 2020
Burwood Council will be hosting the Futureproof Your Business Forum to help guide local businesses through the complexities of restrictions and relief measures, reminding them to put their safety and the safety of their customers first.
Congratulations to all the winners and finalists of the Inner West Local Business Awards.
Find your nearest COVID-19 testing clinic.
Expressions of Interest are wanted for the Apartment Buildings Composting Pilot Project.
Post photos of your favourite eatery on Instagram to go in a draw to receive a $100 voucher.
Burwood Council invites your nominations of the 2021 Local Citizen of the Year Awards.
Find out what's happening from Cr John Faker, Mayor of Burwood
The upgraded building includes an integrated customer service centre and extensive library upgrades
We are supporting local residents and businesses during the challenge of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
2 Conder Street,
Burwood NSW 2134
Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm
PO Box 240, Burwood NSW 1805
24 hours, 7 days a week
Phone: (02) 9911 9911
Wet Weather Line: (02) 9078 6170
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Burwood Council acknowledges the Wangal Clan of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the area. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and ongoing relationship with the land.