Moss Vale Aquatic Centre named Facility of the Year

August 1, 2017Posted in: Community, Roads and Assets

Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre

Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre (MVAC) has been awarded the NSW Facility of the Year by Belgravia Leisure. The award was presented at the 2017 Get Connected Belgravia Leisure Conference in July. Some of the key areas recognised by the award include outstanding customer service, innovation, environmental sustainability and leadership. Centre Manager, Gareth Horner,...

Swimming in sunshine at the Moss Vale Aquatic Centre

June 2, 2017Posted in: Roads and Assets

Solar panels on roof

Wingecarribee Shire Council has this week commissioned its largest ever solar renewable energy project at the Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre. The commissioning follows a two week installation of a 344 solar panel roof-mounted system at the Aquatic Centre. The electricity generated by the 100 kilowatt solar system will be used to supplement the...

ANZAC artwork unveiled on Remembrance Day

November 9, 2015Posted in: Events

The men and women of the Southern Highlands who served in the Great War one hundred years ago will be remembered this Remembrance Day with the unveiling of a giant commemorative mural at the Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre. Featuring reclaimed railway sleepers and sandstone sourced from Bundanoon, the 20 metre wide mural entitled,...

Commemorative ANZAC artwork for Moss Vale Aquatic Centre chosen

June 18, 2015Posted in: Other

Artist Thomas Bucich self-titled work ‘WE REMEMBER THEM’ has been chosen as the successful design to adorn the Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre. The artwork was chosen following a public Expression of Interest program funded through the Federal Government’s ANZAC Centenary Local Grants Program and supported via Council’s Arts and Culture Committee. Council’s Cultural...

Artists invited to commemorate ANZAC Centenary

March 9, 2015Posted in: Community, Events

Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre

Artists and designers are being invited to design a major artwork to be located in the Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre commemorating the men and women who served in World War I. Council’s Cultural Development Officer, Jenny Kena explained the significance of the project. “Last year Council applied for funding through the Anzac Centenary...