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The rain held off on the morning of Tuesday 28 March, as a group of Year 5 & 6 students from Keiraville Public School gathered at the Garden to explore the Sculpture in the Garden exhibition.
The narrow asphalt shared path along Trinity Row at Bulli Beach is set for a makeover with plans for a new four-metre-wide shared pathway currently on public exhibition. The plans are in response to community feedback and requests for Council to look at opportunities to improve this very popular stretch along the waterfront.
Ocean pools, postcard views, native animals and plants, shared pathways, places for family gatherings and spots to connect with country. These are a few of the community’s favourite things on the Wollongong coastline, and that’s what Council is looking to protect through the development of the Wollongong Coastal Management Program (CMP).
Council has been designing upgrades to improve access and foot traffic at one of Wollongong’s busiest bus stops, Piccadilly Centre at the top end of Crown Street.
Local artist Deborah Redwood has been announced as the winner of the 2023 Sculpture in the Garden with her eye-catching work, Banksia.
Young people can use words to take real climate action with entries now open for the annual POEM FOREST nature poetry prize.
Supporting its current use as a social hub, and building knowledge about the city’s Aboriginal heritage are key focuses in the Stuart Park and JP Galvin Park Landscape Master Plan.
Wollongong Art Gallery will host Sydney Jewish Museum’s Resident Historian Emeritus Professor Konrad Kwiet for an expert lecture about Bob Sredersas and his legacy later this month
The 2023 Sculpture in the Garden returns to the Wollongong Botanic Garden later this month and promises to be another exciting event for lovers of outdoor art in public spaces.
With their distinctive markings and mounted cameras on the roof, sides and rear, it’ll be easy to spot the vehicles out assessing the City’s 1045-kilometre network of sealed roads.