Liverpool City Council acknowledges the original inhabitants of the Liverpool area, being the Darug and Tharawal Aboriginal people.
Community 2168 Project
The Community 2168 Project was founded in 1999 and is a major renewal and capacity building partnership located in Miller, Liverpool.
Liverpool City Council's commitment to providing for the needs of our older community is reflected in Council's Aged and Disability program.
Families and Children
Council is committed to promoting opportunities to enhance the well-being of children, young people and families.
Harris Creek Reserve Fairy Glen
It began when a local family created a ‘Fairy Glen’ by placing wooden fairy doors and windows along the bush track in Harris Creek Reserve.
Migrants and Refugees
Liverpool is the face of Multicultural Australia. We have the richness of Aboriginal heritage, cultural diversity and language.
People with Disability
Liverpool City Council's commitment to providing for the needs of people with a disability in our community is reflected in Council's Aged and Disability program.
Council has a youth strategy and young people can get involved directly with Council and change outcomes in their own community.
Council is committed to providing children and families in Liverpool with things to see and do that promote creativity, learning and play.