Around the municipality

  • Maintaining liaison and support with other Woollahra community groups in issues such as Rose Bay Marina and parking station, State Planning laws and high rise throughout the municipality.

  • Letter to Mrs Charlotte Feldman from Acting Superintendent M Scott from Eastern Suburbs Area Command, sent 8 December 2019. Click here to view letter.(1)

  • Woollahra Council is having a “Extraordinary Council meeting” on April 6, 2020 at 5.30 pm. The Motion to delegate Powers to the Mayor, item 16.3 will be discussed.  To log in to the teleconference call go to The Woollahra Municipal Council Website on the day of the meeting to get details of how to log in to the meeting.

  • The Woollahra Municipal Council Extraordinary Meeting has concluded. Agenda 16.3 has been proposed and a motion has been voted upon,

    • The outcome is that the Agenda item 16.3, only applies decisions relating to only Health and Safety of Council staff and the community. The new powers also have a sunset clause set for September 2020. Please see the link to the agenda item and audio recordings from the Woollahra Municipal Council Website below for reference purposes:

    • This outcome was in line with the wishes of the residents groups, who attended the meeting.​

  • The Woollahra Municipal​ Council has plans to rename and reopen the Woollahra Library at Redleaf.  Click on the link to the news article for more information. (6)

  • The Woollahra Municipal​ Council has released media information for review and submissions for the Draft Delivery Program 2018-2022 and Operational Plan 2020-21.

  • World Ocean Day, Member for Vaucluse, Gabrielle Upton announced the next milestone in the project to close the last three remaining ocean outfalls at Vaucluse and Diamond Bay. The wastewater will be redirected to the Bondi Wastewater Treatment Plant to better protect our beaches and improve our water quality. 

  • The Hon Gabrielle Upton has announced, in a Private Members Statement the allocation of funding to a selection of local community groups and facilities. Among them is RANSA and the Double Bay Sailing Club, mentioned 4:44 of the recorded speech.​​

  • Vaucluse War Memorial has received funding from the NSW Government’s Community War Memorials Fund to conserve it for future generations.

  • The Heritage Foreshore Reserve, including Nielsen Park State Heritage Listing has bee approved.

  • Covid-19 update - Double Bay Public School, 29th August 2020

  • The Mayor Susan Wynne announced - 31 st August 2020

    • Woollahra has a long and rich Aboriginal heritage, and while many traces of that heritage can be found throughout Woollahra, they are often unrecognised or unacknowledged. As part of our Community Strategic Plan, we have engaged Aboriginal heritage consultants to work closely with the La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land Council in undertaking an Aboriginal Heritage Study for the Woollahra Municipality.

  • Cooper Park has been officially listed by The Woollahra Municipal Council as a Local Heritage site.  - 28th September 2020

  • As of the 22nd October 2020, a new ferry route has been annoounced, stopping at Watsons Bay, Rose Bay and Circular Quay.

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