Oberon is not your average small rural country town.
Oberon has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state and shows a healthy rate of growth and activity in economic, cultural, social and recreational development.
Oberon's natural beauty, altitude and climate, as well as the proximity to the world heritage listed Jenolan Caves and greater Blue Mountains national parks system also contribute to the continuing growth of the area.
Oberon Council recognises the importance of supporting the community by facilitating the maintenance of this rate of growth wherever possible.
Welcome to Oberon.
Oberon Council was first formed at a public meeting in March 1906. More and more services have been provided gradually over the years and now include recreation and cultural services, visitor information services, building, planning, development and environmental services, as well as the standard water, roads and waste services. The Oberon Council Local Government Area covers approximately 3,659.67 square kilometres.
Located in the main street of town, Oberon Council is open 5 days a week from 8.30am to 4.30pm weekdays.
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