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Wollongong City Council

Community Land

Council looks after land in public spaces like parks, natural areas, recreation spaces and cultural or heritage sites. This is called Community Land.

Some of the Community Land we manage is owned by Council. Some of the Community Land we manage is Crown Land owned by the NSW Government.

We have Plans of Management that explain how we look after Community Land.

Draft Community Land Plan of Management for Council Owned Land

Council has prepared a draft Community Land Plan of Management for Council Owned Land.

You can read the draft plan and related maps below:

A note on maps:

  • Maps are arranged in alphabetical order by suburb name. The full-sized maps are provided in two parts (A to L, and M to Z).
  • Map resolution may be poorer in the reduced file size version.

Feedback on the draft Plan will be invited shortly through the Our Wollongong website. Please check back soon for details on how you can comment on the draft Plan.

Current Plans

Our current Plans of Management are shown below. Community Land that doesn’t have an individual Plan of Management is looked after in line with the Generic Plan of Management.

Using Community Land

If you’d like to run an activity or event on Community Land, you will need to get Council’s approval. For Crown Land, you may also need permission from the State Government.

Information about some common uses of Community Land can be found using the links below:

To ask about other uses of Community Land, email us or call (02) 4227 7111.