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School holidays are nearing their end, and to help make the most of it, we’ve compiled a list of activities our young locals can enjoy online and outdoors.
Council is assisting the SES with urgent clean-up work following a severe storm on Saturday 15 January.
The Go Slow for a Mo' trail at Wollongong Botanic Garden invites visitors to pause and take a moment to connect with nature in a meaningful way.
The Wollongong Botanic Garden, our city’s patrolled beaches and our green waste service, including FOGO, are three of our community’s most valued services and facilities.
Wollongong City Council is making changes to the city’s Australia Day activities for Wednesday 26 January 2022.
Library members opted for a suspenseful narrative last year with Australian Jane Harper’s newest thriller, The Survivors, topping Wollongong City Libraries loans list for 2021.
Wollongong City Council recognises 2021 Illawarra Academy of Sport Scholarship Holders and their coaches and congratulates the Academy their support of our local talent.
It is hoped that the next generation of architects and engineers will be inspired to build a greener future by working together through a local education program, which is supported by Wollongong City Council.
Wollongong’s “Palm on a Pole” artwork in the Crown Street Mall has been damaged by fire overnight, on Saturday 1 January 2022.
Residents are encouraged to drop off extra recyclables – including Christmas cardboard packing – at Whyte’s Gully Community Recycling Centre.