Located in the Wheatbelt, 273kms east of Perth on the Brookton Hwy. The Shire of Kondinin is bursting with unique experiences, vibrant history and an authentic Aussie atmosphere.
The Shire of Kondinin consists of three townsites - Kondinin, Karlgarin and Hyden.
The Kondinin Shire Council comprises of 7,340km2 located in the Central Eastern Wheatbelt.
The three towns promote a theme representing their area. Kondinin promotes "Heritage of Red Soil Riches", Karlgarin promotes "Small and Proud" and Hyden promotes "Bush Living at its Best"
The Kondinin Road Board was formed from the portions of the Roe Road Board, Corrigin Road Board and Narembeen Road Board on 19th June 1925. The first election was held on 5th September 1925, with the first meeting taking place in the Kondinin Hall on the 12th September 1925. It became a Shire Council in 1961.
KONDININ SWIMMING POOL
The Kondinin Swimming Pool is just about complete. The Building continues to progress however until the construction is completed and the Health Department has signed off on the building structures and pool, the pool cannot be opened to the public.
TO SEE SOME PHOTOS OF THE POOL - PLEASE GO TO THE COUNCIL TAB
Allen Rocks Water Supply, King Rocks and McCann’s Rock - "SWIPE CARD SYSTEM" - Installation
13th November 2014
The Shire of Kondinin in conjunction with the Department of Water will shortly be installing a Swipe Card System for access of emergency water supplies at Allen Rocks, King Rocks and McCann’s Rock.
To have access to the water supply farmers who usually utilise the water from these sites will need to apply for the issue of a Swipe Card. The decision on who is to be issued with a Swipe Card is made by the Shire and in most cases approval will be automatic. The Shire will issue a maximum of 3 cards per landholder to ensure access is available in several vehicles in case of an emergency e.g. fire fighting.
A fee of $25.00 per card is payable upon the provision of a Swipe Card or the replacement of a Swipe Card. The fees collected will be utilised solely for maintenance or upgrading of community water supplies or shire administration of the system.
The Shire of Kondinin and the Department of Water are both committed to the continued provision of suitable water supplies and that existing water supplies are available not only now but for the future.
John Read, Chief Executive Officer
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE GO THE COUNCIL - COUNCIL MEETINGS - COUNCIL DOCUMENTS
The Shire of Kondinin is dedicated to providing facilities and services that meet the needs of the community and enable them to enjoy a pleasant, healthy country lifestyle.
The Kondinin Shire is bursting with sites and attractions that will appeal to all travellers to the region
The Shire of Kondinin has many opportunities available for anyone wanting to live and work in our region.
The Shire of Kondinin is extremely proud of its community and the people that make it the best place to live.