Let’s Chat with council’s local South Ward Councillors

Council’s local South Ward Councillors will be at Little Bay this Saturday 22nd June, 10am to midday to chat with local residents. This is an informal pop up – giving locals the chance to chat about any issue on their mind! Little Bay shops, Pine Avenue Little Bay.

Rangers will be available to talk to residents

At the Prince Henry Nursing and Medical Museum open day event on the 24th March, Randwick Council Rangers will be available to discuss all your queries about walking your dog. They will be available from 10.30 a.m. So why not take the time and visit their tent to have your questions answered about off-leash dogs.

Meet Our Local Lifeguards

Remember the hovering helicopters several days last summer? Have you noticed the warning signs at Little Bay beach that six people have drowned here? Well action has been taken. As of this year the Council has lifeguards at both Little Bay and Malabar Beaches from 8:30-5:00 over the summer months. Two of the lifeguards that… Continue reading Meet Our Local Lifeguards

Venues For Hire

Coast Centre Quality Setup Self Contained Function Spaces 2 minutes to Beach Views Easy Parking Contact: Linda 0409743 166 or 02 9311 4886 www.coastcentre.org.au

Coast Hospital Cemetery Project – Friends of the Coast Cemetery

LAUNCH – ‘Untimely‘
We live in a place steeped in history here in beautiful Little Bay.
Have you ever wondered about what happened, all those years ago?
Then reserve the date, join other interested people and take a walk through time. You might even want to be part of this new initiative and “Adopt a Grave.”

Prince Henry note – Matt Thistlethwaite MP

We’ve had another big win in the fight to save Little Bay! And it’s a significant milestone in our ongoing efforts to protect our local area from overdevelopment. Meriton’s persistent plans to transform our beautiful coastal spot into a high-rise residential zone have been successfully opposed, thanks to the intervention of the Minns Labor Government.… Continue reading Prince Henry note – Matt Thistlethwaite MP