Neighbourhood Forum 3 includes Austinmer, Bulli, Thirroul and Woonona.
Northern Illawarra Residents Action Group
The Northern Illawarra Residents Action Group (NIRAG) meets quarterly to discuss issues that affect residents in this area.
NIRAG was formed in 1984, and became incorporated in 1994. They support the preservation of open space, and the retention and enhancement of our natural environment and European and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage.
While this group is not an official committee or forum of Council, we regularly update the group about issues that affect their area.
NIRAG’s current executive details are:
- President: John Croker
- Vice President: David Beswick
- Secretary / Treasurer: Ross Dearden.
All residents are welcome to attend meetings and join NIRAG.
Meetings are held at 7pm on the first Wednesday of February, May, August and November. Face to face meetings are suspended until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic, but you can email NIRAG or phone Ross Dearden on (02) 4267 1734 for more information.
NF3 Meeting Papers
|Type||Meeting Date||Name||File Size|
|PDF File||20 August 2019||NF3 Agenda 20 August 2019||124.3 KB|
|PDF File||16 July 2019||NF3 Minutes 16 July 2019||182.1 KB|
|MS Word Document||18 June 2019||NF3 Agenda 18 June 2019||37.0 KB|
|PDF File||21 May 2019||NF3 Agenda 21 May 2019||184.2 KB|
|PDF File||16 April 2019||NF3 minutes 16 April 2019||400.3 KB|
|PDF File||19 March 2019||NF3 Agenda 19 March 2019||189.2 KB|
|PDF File||19 March 2019||NF3 Minutes 19 March 2019||344.9 KB|
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