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Woollahra Council has awarded individuals, schools, community organisations and businesses from across the Woollahra Local Government Area more than $236,000 in funding through its Grants Program.
Published 18 September 2023
Thanks to all the local primary school students who entered our Kids Truck Art Competition. We received more than 160 entries and our judges were blown away by the children’s creativity and insights around the theme ‘Caring for our Environment’.
Published 28 August 2023
The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, presented by Woollahra Council, has announced the finalists for the 22nd edition of the esteemed annual prize. The finalist works will be presented in an exhibition at Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf, unveiled on 27 September, with the winning sculpture announced at the opening.
Published 22 August 2023
With a total expenditure of $134 million, our 2023/24 Operational Plan outlines a number of initiatives to improve local infrastructure, while continuing to deliver excellent services for our community.
Published 26 July 2023
During 2023 we’re celebrating Bellevue Hill -- which shares the same postcode – and Elizabeth Hartnell from Woollahra Libraries Local History Team shares some of her favourite historical facts about Bellevue Hill.
Published 24 May 2023
Arts & Culture
The global WorldPride festival is coming to Sydney from 17 February – 5 March and we’re hosting a series of events to help celebrate and support the LGBTQIA+ community.
Published 18 January 2023
Councillor Susan Wynne has been re-elected as the Mayor of Woollahra, and Councillor Isabelle Shapiro elected as Deputy Mayor at the first meeting of the new Council, held on 5 January, with both terms to run until September 2023.
Published 6 January 2022
Australian Food Safety Week 2021 will be held from 13 to 20 November 2021. As part of Australian Food Safety Week, Woollahra Municipal Council urges local consumers to reduce their risk of food poisoning by being prepared.
Published 8 November 2021
It's never easy to find that perfect venue for your child's next birthday party, family event, meeting or corporate gathering. But the great news is that the popular Cooper Park Community Hall has been renovated, updated and modernised and it now ticks all the boxes as one of the best venues to hire in the East.
Published 5 April 2023
The Autumn 2023 edition of our printed newsletter is now available.
Published 29 March 2023
Woollahra Council is proud to be supporting the 2023 Australian Liveability Census. We want to know how you rate the liveability of your suburb, what you love and what you’d like to change. Have your say before 30 June.
Published 27 March 2023
On 27 February 2023, Woollahra Council resolved to write to various candidates in the upcoming state election, seeking support for the return of local planning powers to local government. You can view the responses here.
Published 21 March 2023
There are so many fun events happening during the Autumn school break. From stop motion animation, clay craft fun, movies and so much more. And best of all, they're really affordable and some are even free! Check out all our fun school holiday activities!
Published 20 March 2023
The 2023 NSW State election is taking place on Saturday 25 March 2023. There are a number of different ways that you can cast your vote including in-person on election day, postal votes and early voting in person.
Published 20 March 2023
We’re hosting a series of fun and free events for young people in April during NSW Youth Week (20 to 30 April). There’s a natural scent blending workshop, VR sessions, macramé making and a Manga drawing lesson.
Published 15 March 2023
Celebrate Neighbour Day on Sunday 26 March 2023 by reaching out and making sustainable connections with those around you. Check out what's on near you.
Published 2 March 2023
After a wet few years, some of our local streets are looking a bit the worse for wear. So $1.576 million in new funding from the NSW Government to help us fix potholes like these ones on Glenmore Road is very welcome news, says Mayor Susan Wynne.
Published 22 February 2023
Have you thought about volunteering with the SES?
Published 16 February 2023
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