Charlie is Council's innovative approach to engage, educate and help the community, and will be travelling around the region to villages, events and more.
The truck is a unique opportunity for Council to utilise a space outside of the Civic Centre and proactively educate, inform, engage and meet face-to-face with residents.
Charlie stands for:
Keep your eyes peeled for him (you can't miss his bright yellow exterior!) and pop in for a visit and to find out how Charlie can help you.
While you're there you can:
- Get an update on Council projects
- Ask a question
- Provide feedback
- Lodge a request
- Access Council’s online services
Where can I find Charlie?
Click on the drop pins to find out when and why Charlie will be visiting that location, or check out the schedule below.
See below upcoming Charlie visits:
Monday 5 March 4-7pm
Oura: Adams Street (near the bus stop)
Tuesday 6 March 4-7pm
Currawarna: Old Narrandera Rd/Bidgee Street intersection
Wednesday 7 March 4-7pm
Ladysmith: Kyeamba Street, near the shops
Monday 12 March 4-7pm
Humula: In front of the playground
Tuesday 13 March 4-7pm
Uranquinty: Olympic Hwy rest stop
Wednesday 14 March 4-7pm
Mangoplah: near the store
Monday 19 March 4-7pm
Collingullie: Sturt Hwy near the school
Tuesday 20 March 4-7pm
Galore: Galore Hall
Thursday 22 March 4-7pm
Tarcutta: Truck stop memorial
Tuesday 27 March 3-6pm
Wednesday 4 April 3-6pm
Ashmont Shopping Centre car park
Thursday 5 April 3-6pm
Tuesday 10 April 3-6pm
Wednesday 11 April 3-6pm
Where has Charlie visited?
Council would like to thank the following sponsors for their contribution to Charlie:
A former Riverina Regional Library truck, Charlie has been transformed inside and out and now has a customer counter, dedicated work/desk spaces, air conditioning, whiteboard, smart television and even a kitchen sink.One of the unique features of Charlie is a 19-foot expandable pod, meaning there's plenty of space inside.Watch the video below to see Charlie's transformation.