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With live music returning to Wollongong’s CBD, we’re shining a light on our local music scene with a photography exhibition in Crown Street Mall.
With large waves measuring six to seven metres and a high tides forecast over the next few days, Wollongong City Council is encouraging residents to be cautious at our beaches and on rock platforms this weekend.
We’re getting ready to roll out our pop-up cycleway along lower Crown Street as part of the Wollongong CBD pop-up cycling routes program.
Plant yourself at Wollongong Botanic Garden this Sunday to celebrate Botanic Gardens Day with a plethora of nature focused tours, talks and exhibitions from 10am to 4pm.
This week we’re recognising the importance of Reconciliation Week and our commitment to strengthen respectful relationships between local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and our broader community.
Work has started this week on the removal of the timber and wire mesh tree guards that have protected the Crown Street Mall’s Japanese Elms and Weeping Lilli Pillis for the past three years.
Wollongong City Council is keen to hear feedback about the hugely popular bike track in Figtree’s Harry Graham Park.
The track was built late last year and was part of an innovative project designed to reduce the damage being done to nearby natural areas by passionate riders.
North Wollongong’s refurbished surf club and new protective seawall are one step closer with works starting on the multimillion-dollar major projects.
From Monday 24 May 2021, Wollongong Harbour’s playground at Belmore Basin will be closed for four days for essential maintenance.
Wollongong’s very own Comic Gong festival is returning on Saturday 15 May and we’re excited to have five comic artists and writers sharing their skills, experiences, and views on the day.