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Lindenow and District

Lindenow and district comprises of the following localities: Lindenow, Lindenow South, Fernbank, Walpa, Hillside, Glenaladale, Calulu, Iguana Creek, The Fingerboards, Woodglen, Wuk Wuk, Flaggy Creek, Coongulmerang, Cobbannah, Merrijig and Tabberabbera.

Lindenow sits at the centre of an intensive horticulture area on the fertile Mitchell River floodplain and services the surrounding rural district.


The district is home to around 1800 people and some of the most productive agricultural land in East Gippsland producing top quality vegetables, meat, fine wool and dairy products.


A blue background with the East Gippsland Shire Council logo and the words 'Lindenow Connect'


Lindenow Connect is a quarterly newsletter from council featuring events, activities, projects and programs planned for Lindenow and District.


For information about our plans and projects email us, phone 5153 9500 or sign up to receive Lindenow Connect.


Read past editions of Lindenow Connect (web archive)


Download a printable version:

Lindenow Connect April 2017 (PDF)

Lindenow Connect February 2017 (PDF)

Lindenow Connect January 2017 (PDF)

Lindenow Connect November 2016 (PDF)


Learn more about current projects and plans for Lindenow and District


Lindenow and District Community Plan

The Lindenow and District Community Plan 2013 to 2018 was developed by the Lindenow and District Progress Association and council with input from local residents, workers and other stakeholders. It includes priority strategies and actions for development in the region.


Lindenow and District Community Plan (PDF 1.5MB)


Lindenow Zoning Review

The Lindenow Zoning Review provides recommendations for changes to zoning in the Lindenow area. The review has not yet been endorsed by Council and is subject to change.


Lindenow Land Demand and Supply Assessment Draft for Consultation (PDF 668Kb)

Lindenow Review (PDF 1.87Mb) 

Lindenow Review Map (PDF 177Kb) 


Lindenow Sports Ground Master Plan

The Lindenow Sports Ground Master Plan (November 2015) provides a framework to guide work over the coming 10 years and strengthens the links between council and the community.


Lindenow Sports Ground Master Plan (November 2015)


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