Welcome to the Buller District Council – West Coast, New Zealand.
This website gives our residents and visitors access to information and resources, here you will find information on Council activities, events and services. We invite you to learn about your Council and available services so you are able to participate in Council activities and local decision making.
The Buller district is a great and beautiful place to be. With an enviable climate, laid back lifestyle and close community environment, the Buller district is a great place to live, work and visit.
Latest News8th October, 2015
Do you know what to do in an earthquake? At 9.15am on Thursday 15 October 2015 New Zealanders will have the chance to practice what they would do in a real earthquake by participating in the national earthquake drill called Shakeout. So far, almost 1,500 Buller children and residents have signed up to take part […] Read more »
8th October, 2015
Buller District Council is calling for registrations of interest for projects that will utilise the remaining Vision 2010 community funding of $100,000 that is available for the Karamea area. Read more »
21st September, 2015
CONTRACT 14/15/10 ROEBUCK STREET – SEWER MAIN REPLACEMENT (MENZIES ST TO END OF SEAL) Suitably experienced contractors are invited to tender for the above contract. This work involves the laying of approximately 188 metres of 375mm uPVC sewer pipe and the installation of associated manholes. Contract documents are available from the Buller District Council, 6-8 Brougham Street, […] Read more »
1st September, 2015
Metservice are still expecting the strong wind weather event that Buller is experiencing at present to ease this afternoon. Buller Civil Defence is advising residents and visitors to remain indoors where possible, particularly in those areas being affected the hardest by this weather. No notification has been received by Buller Civil Defence of any damage […] Read more »
1st September, 2015
Voting closed for the Inangahua Community Board by-election yesterday and the final results have been collated. Voters in the Inangahua Ward had to vote for two new members to join the Board. Using the first past the post system, the two highest pollers were Susan Barnett and Alun Bollinger. These two new members will be […] Read more »