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It has been a busy few months at Wollongong City Council with some exciting key milestones and achievements making the highlights reel for the July to September Quarterly Review.
Wollongong City Council is holding free drop-in sessions for older people and their families who want to remain socially connected and supported to live independently into their twilight years.
Standing some 464 metres above sea level, Djeera or Mt Keira, is a much-loved and recognisable landmark in the city. NSW Heritage is considering an Aboriginal Place nomination for Djeera and the Five Islands under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974.
As part of Council’s ongoing focus to improve accessibility across the city, we’re seeking community feedback on some shared path improvements along Lawrence Hargrave Drive at Austinmer.
While planning proposals and planning agreements might not be the most exciting reports to read on any Council meeting agenda, they’re crucial to the city’s future.
Did you know 40 per cent of the people who call Wollongong home, or some 87,889 people, are active members of Wollongong City Libraries?
While beaches are always front of mind at this time of year, we’ve got some pretty lovely non-beachside parks in the city for social gatherings.
You’ve got until Friday 1 December to submit your nomination for the City of Wollongong Awards.
Wollongong City Libraries is offering a personalised mail service for its littlest library members to help make wishes come true this festive season.
On the 9 February, Otford Causeway, on Otford Road, was destroyed by heavy rainfall that saw huge slabs of concrete lifted off the causeway and moved along the road and down the Hacking River. The culverts under the road surface were also moved and broken.