Bowral Memorial Hall “has a very good vibe!”
So said Her Excellency, the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC KC, Governor of NSW, in her address on Friday 2 June at the launch of the newly refurbished Bowral Memorial Hall. With the cutting of the red ribbon, Her Excellency officially opened the doors to a whole new chapter in cultural experiences to come, for Wingecarribee…
A great Saturday morning for the community as Bowral Memorial Hall re-opens its doors
A bright, sunny Saturday morning added to the joy for locals who turned out to take a guided tour or walkover of the newly refurbished Bowral Memorial Hall on the weekend. Live performances by Moss Vale High School showcased the pitch-perfect acoustics and locals enjoyed a celebratory cupcake and cup of coffee in the courtyard….
Homage to Highlands heritage: preserving stories and strengthening resilience are key focuses for our future
As we work together to shape an ever more enriching place to live and work, our community members are set to experience a dynamic cultural tapestry and enriched library services as part of Council’s future plans for our Shire. All while paying respects to our unique heritage. First Nations collaborations, a resilience blueprint, library programs,…
Making green spaces more manageable for volunteers
We know Wingecarribee values the many local volunteers who dedicate their days to making life better for others in their communities. With the support of Council’s Community Assistance Scheme, Church Connect Christian Church have let helpers know their time is respected, by making grounds maintenance they undertake, a little easier. “Being right in the heart…
Getting around made easier with the completion of Mittagong Creek Bridge
Another major road project has now been finalised in Bowral that will help make getting in and around Bowral much easier. The reconstruction of the Mittagong Creek Bridge located on Merrigang Street has been completed and the road is now fully accessible to drivers. The project was wrapped up at the end of last week….