Norfolk Island Regional Council

What is the Norfolk Island Regional Council?

The Norfolk Island Regional Council comprises five Councillors who are elected on a four year term. The first Norfolk Island Regional Council election was held on 28 May 2016.

The Norfolk Island Regional Council is responsible for all local council-type functions on Norfolk Island including waste management, land rates and planning. The Norfolk Island Regional Council also delivers some state-type functions under an agreement with the Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities.

A detailed chart listing the Norfolk Island Regional Council's responsibilities is available at the Government Services on Norfolk Island page.

The Norfolk Island Regional Council website is located at norfolkisland.gov.nf.

The Norfolk Island Regional Council can be contacted on 0011 22244 or 0100 (local free call).

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Last Updated: 9 January, 2018