Welcome to the New Canterbury-Bankstown City Council
The New City of Canterbury-Bankstown

A new City of Canterbury-Bankstown website is coming soon

In the meantime, residents can access information for Canterbury and Bankstown by clicking on the map below.

Bankstown and Canterbury Councils have been amalgamated to form the new City of Canterbury-Bankstown. For further information, go to Stronger Councils - Canterbury-Bankstown webpage.

There has been no impact on your services.

Click below for information on services
  • Will my bin still be collected on the same day?
    Yes, your bin collection days and other waste services will continue to operate as normal.
  • Who do I contact to report a missed/damaged/stolen bin?
    Report missed, damaged or stolen bins by calling 9707 9000.
  • Where do I report illegal dumping?
    You are encouraged to report these offences by calling the Regional Illegal Dumping Squad (RID) on 131 555.
  • Can I still request a Household Clean Up? And who do I contact?
    Yes, you can still request Household Clean-ups by calling 9707 9000.
  • Will my rates go up?
    The NSW Government has announced rates will not increase, above annual inflation (CPI - which is around 2%), for the next four years.
  • Can I pay my rates at either the Campsie or Bankstown Customer Service Centres?
    Yes, residents of Canterbury and Bankstown can pay their rates at either the Campsie Customer Service Centre or Bankstown Customer Service Centre.
  • Lodge a complaint?
    Residents of Canterbury and Bankstown can lodge a complaint at either the Campsie Customer Service Centre or Bankstown Customer Service Centre.
  • Will I lose my pensioner rebate?
    No, you retain your pensioner rebate.
  • Where can I lodge my DA?
    Residents of Canterbury and Bankstown can now lodge a DA at either the Campsie Customer Service Centre or the Bankstown Customer Service Centre.
    For more advice or information contact the City of Canterbury-Bankstown Customer Service Centre on 9707 9000.
  • Will there be any changes to Libraries services?
    All libraries will continue to operate as normal.
    Earlwood Library is undergoing a renovation and will be closed from Friday, 13 May. The library will re-open its doors, fresh-faced, on Monday, 30 May.
    Campsie Library is also preparing for major refurbishments. Campsie Library will be closed from Wednesday, 1 June.
  • Can I use my membership at either a Canterbury or Bankstown Aquatics and Leisure Centre?
    Yes you can. Just present your membership card to the friendly reception staff. Of course you can only use the facilities applicable to your membership.
  • Are Learn to Swim and other programs still running?
    Yes, Learn to Swim Programs in both Canterbury and Bankstown, group fitness classes at Canterbury Aquatic and Leisure Centre, and other Leisure and Aquatic Centre Programs continue to run as normal.
  • What will happen to children's services?
    Children’s Services of the former City of Canterbury are operating as usual.
    For information about vacancies, call the City of Canterbury-Bankstown Customer Service Centre on 9707 9000.

The new City of Canterbury-Bankstown consists of five wards. For information on each ward, click on the ward names below.

To identify the ward you live in, use the interactive map to zoom to your residence then click on your house to display the ward name in the information panel:



The ward of Bankstown was one of five established by the NSW Government to form the new City of Canterbury-Bankstown, which was proclaimed on 12 May 2016. The new entity replaces the former Bankstown and Canterbury City Councils and now has a similar size population as Tasmania and the Northern Territory, with more than 350,000 residents.

The ward of Bankstown takes in the suburbs of:

  • Chullora
  • Greenacre
  • Mt Lewis
  • Bankstown

The other four wards are Revesby, Bass Hill, Roselands and Canterbury.

The NSW Government appointed Mr Richard Colley as Administrator of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown and Mr Matthew Stewart as the Interim General Manager. Mr Colley has replaced the Mayors and Councillors.

Mr Colley and Mr Stewart will oversee the operations during the transition period leading up to the Local Government election for the City of Canterbury-Bankstown on 9 September 2017. Following that election, each of the five wards will be represented by three Councillors.

For more information, go to the NSW Government’s dedicated website


The ward of Bass Hill was one of five established by the NSW Government to form the new City of Canterbury-Bankstown, which was proclaimed on 12 May 2016. The new entity replaces the former Bankstown and Canterbury City Councils and now has a similar size population as Tasmania and the Northern Territory, with more than 350,000 residents.

The ward of Bass Hill takes in the suburbs of:

  • Villawood
  • Chester Hill
  • Sefton
  • Regents Park
  • Birrong
  • Potts Hill
  • Yagoona
  • Condell Park
  • Bankstown Airport
  • Georges Hall
  • Lansdowne
  • Bass Hill

The other four wards are Revesby, Bankstown, Roselands and Canterbury.

The NSW Government appointed Mr Richard Colley as Administrator of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown and Mr Matthew Stewart as the Interim General Manager. Mr Colley has replaced the Mayors and Councillors.

Mr Colley and Mr Stewart will oversee the operations during the transition period leading up to the Local Government election for the City of Canterbury-Bankstown on 9 September 2017. Following that election, each of the five wards will be represented by three Councillors.

For more information, go to the NSW Government’s dedicated website


The ward of Canterbury was one of five established by the NSW Government to form the new City of Canterbury-Bankstown, which was proclaimed on 12 May 2016. The new entity replaces the former Bankstown and Canterbury City Councils and now has a similar size population as Tasmania and the Northern Territory, with more than 350,000 residents.

The ward of Canterbury takes in the suburbs of:

  • Belfield
  • Croydon Park
  • Ashbury
  • Hurlstone Park
  • Earlwood
  • Canterbury
  • Kingsgrove
  • Campsie
  • Clemton Park

The other four wards are Revesby, Bass Hill, Bankstown and Roselands.

The NSW Government appointed Mr Richard Colley as Administrator of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown and Mr Matthew Stewart as the Interim General Manager. Mr Colley has replaced the Mayors and Councillors.

Mr Colley and Mr Stewart will oversee the operations during the transition period leading up to the Local Government election for the City of Canterbury-Bankstown on 9 September 2017. Following that election, each of the five wards will be represented by three Councillors.

For more information, go to the NSW Government’s dedicated website


The ward of Revesby was one of five established by the NSW Government to form the new City of Canterbury-Bankstown, which was proclaimed on 12 May 2016. The new entity replaces the former Bankstown and Canterbury City Councils and now has a similar size population as Tasmania and the Northern Territory, with more than 350,000 residents.

The ward of Revesby takes in the suburbs of:

  • Milperra
  • Revesby
  • Revesby Heights
  • Padstow
  • Padstow Heights
  • Picnic Point
  • Panania
  • East Hills

The other four wards are Bass Hill, Bankstown, Roselands and Canterbury.

The NSW Government appointed Mr Richard Colley as Administrator of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown and Mr Matthew Stewart as the Interim General Manager. Mr Colley has replaced the Mayors and Councillors.

Mr Colley and Mr Stewart will oversee the operations during the transition period leading up to the Local Government election for the City of Canterbury-Bankstown on 9 September 2017. Following that election, each of the five wards will be represented by three Councillors.

For more information, go to the NSW Government’s dedicated website


The ward of Roselands was one of five established by the NSW Government to form the new City of Canterbury-Bankstown, which was proclaimed on 12 May 2016. The new entity replaces the former Bankstown and Canterbury City Councils and now has a similar size population as Tasmania and the Northern Territory, with more than 350,000 residents.

The ward of Roselands takes in the suburbs of:

  • Lakemba
  • Belmore
  • Beverly Hills
  • Narwee
  • Roselands
  • Riverwood
  • Punchbowl
  • Wiley Park

The other four wards are Revesby, Bass Hill, Bankstown and Canterbury.

The NSW Government appointed Mr Richard Colley as Administrator of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown and Mr Matthew Stewart as the Interim General Manager. Mr Colley has replaced the Mayors and Councillors.

Mr Colley and Mr Stewart will oversee the operations during the transition period leading up to the Local Government election for the City of Canterbury-Bankstown on 9 September 2017. Following that election, each of the five wards will be represented by three Councillors.

For more information, go to the NSW Government’s dedicated website

For more information, call 9707 9000.


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