Located in the heart of the beautiful Riverina, Urana Shire boasts a comfortable and relaxed lifestyle, a natural rural charm and stable economy that welcomes both residents and visitors alike.
Home to a population of around 1200 people, Urana Shire is easily accessible to major regional centres and offers affordable housing, excellent services and a safe, friendly country environment with a strong community spirit.
Our local attractions include a surprising range of lakes and waterways like the picturesque Urana Aquatic Centre as well as the larger lakes - Urana, Uranagong and Cullivel where fishing, water-skiing and water sports are a popular pasttime.
Come and enjoy Urana Shire...."In the middle of everywhere"
Contact Urana Shire Council
|Office & Administration
30 - 32 William Street, URANA
Office hours are 9.00 am to
5.00 pm Monday to Friday.
|Mail: Post Office Box 55, URANA NSW 2645
Phone: (02) 6930 9100
Fax: (02) 6930 9101
News & Events
A great night was had by all who attended the Oaklands Recreation Ground on Thursday 16th October 2014, where the Lockhart & District Community Bank were on hand to deliver some fantastic Community...
The Mordundah Market Day is on again on Sunday December 14! Over 50 stalls with lots of new ones! Bring the whole family along to Morundah for a great day out!
Council is seeking nominations for people who could be considered for the Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year and Community Event of the Year awards for 2015. Nominations close at...
Over 50 people from the Urana community attended the bike week event with a ride around Urana, sausage sizzle and safety presentation.
Nominations are now open for the NSW/ACT Young Achievers Awards which are proudly presented by Channel 7, PRIME7 and our Major media partner Nova 96.9 throughout NSW and the ACT.
Dates and times for Swimming Pool Opening Hours and Swim & Survive lessons at Urana and Oaklands Pools for the 2014/15 swim season, commencing 6th December, 2014.
Urana Shire Council is seeking Expressions of Interest for leasing part of Victoria Park recreation gound in Urana for sheep grazing for a period of two years.
General updates and information on issues reported at the Council meeting in November, including our congratulations to former Cr Routley for receiving an Emeritus Mayor Certificate.
Mayor Patrick Bourke covers a range of topics from across the Shire, including the Annual Report 2013/14, Remembrance Day 2014 and the Annual Local Government NSW Conference.
Persons wishing to make comment on this policy, please forward them to arrive to the General Manager, Urana Shire Council by 12 noon 9 December 2014.
View images that boast rural charm capturing the essence of Urana Shire.