Council secures playground funding

May 28, 2021Posted in: Community, Other

Member for Goulburn Wendy Tuckerman and Council's Acting General Manager at Old Church Road Playground

Wingecarribee Shire Council has secured $155,000 in grant funding from the NSW State Government to improve two of the Shire’s playgrounds. The funds were secured via the latest round of the NSW Government’s Everyone Can Play program and will be shared across Moss Vale’s Church Road Oval ($74,000) playground and Mittagong’s Cook Street Park ($81,000)...

Playspace Strategy on exhibition

June 17, 2020Posted in: Community, Roads and Assets


Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking comment from the community after Councillors unanimously endorsed the public exhibition of the draft Playspace Strategy. The draft strategy has been produced to provide guidance around Council’s future provision, development and maintenance of its playgrounds. Council’s Asset Coordinator Parks and Buildings Rachel Forte said the draft strategy assessed Council’s play...

Council celebrates Grandparents Day

October 23, 2018Posted in: Community, Events

Wingecarribee Shire Council is inviting residents to join them on Thursday 25 October as they celebrate Grandparents Day. The celebrations will be held in Council’s Moss Vale Civic Centre and is one of the highlights of Council’s Children’s Week festivities. Council’s Coordinator of Community Development, Cath Brennan explained the importance of the event. “We thought...

HSC study lock-in at Bowral Library

September 14, 2017Posted in: Events

study lock-in

Wingecarribee Public Libraries will host their sixth annual HSC Night Shift study lock-in on Tuesday 26 September at Bowral Library to help students prepare for their final exams. Year 12 students will have exclusive after-hours access to the library from 6.30pm until the lock-in concludes at 10pm. Council’s Children’s and Youth Librarian Trudy Eccleston said...

Free Child Restraint Checking Day

March 30, 2017Posted in: Events, Roads and Assets

How secure is your child’s restraint? Every year, many children are injured, or worse, in car crashes. Many of these incidents could be prevented or the impact reduced if the right child car seat is correctly used. Council’s Road Safety Officer, Melanie Lausz, is encouraging parents to ensure their child seats are fitted correctly at...