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Intersection upgrades

Works will commence on two intersections in Lane Cove this week.

The existing roundabout at the Burns Bay Road/Tambourine Bay Road/Coxs Lane intersection will be replaced with traffic signals.

At the River Road West/Northwood Road/Longueville Road intersection works will take place to realign the intersection to exaggerate the right turn from Northwood Road into Longueville Road to reinforce its status as a side street. The upgrade will make sure movement from Northwood Road into River Road West is the main through movement which will reduce confusion amongst drivers.

The work may be noisy at times, but we will do everything we can to minimise its impact, including completing the noisier tasks during daytime. If nightworks are proposed, affected residents will be informed via an additional letter box drop prior to works commencing.

Some traffic changes are required during construction and traffic controllers will assist in the diversion of traffic to allow for safe passage of vehicles and pedestrians at all times.

The upgrade to both intersections is expected to be complete by February 2021 (weather permitting).

If you have feedback or concerns about the works please contact Ms Sashika Perera, Coordinator Traffic and Transport on 9911 3581.

Burns Bay Road/Tambourine Bay Road/Coxs Lane intersection

In 2017 Council undertook community consultation on traffic changes to the Lane Cove Village. The consultation included a range of different traffic and parking arrangements including the proposed signals, to help plan for the overall traffic flow in the Village. The majority of respondents supported the installation of signals at the Burns Bay Road/Tambourine Bay Road intersection.

The installation of traffic signals at Tambourine Bay Road/Burns Bay Road is part of a plan to improve pedestrian safety at this intersection while providing infrastructure to help ease traffic congestion.

Key features of the project include:

  • The removal of the existing roundabout and associated traffic islands;
  • The installation of traffic signals, including pedestrian crossings on all four approaches;
  • The closure of Sutherland Street where it meets Coxs Lane;
  • Changes to the cycle lane eastbound along Burns Bay Road to divert cyclists onto a Shared User Path across the intersection;
  • Designation of 'No Stopping' and 'No Parking' areas which is required to accommodate queue lengths;
  • The removal of several existing street trees to allow for the proposed road upgrade which will be replaced with appropriate trees for the location; and
  • New signage and line marking.

We will keep the community updated on the progress of the project during the construction phase.

Permanent changes to parking

The new traffic signals will result in the removal of some of the time restricted kerbside parking along Burns Bay Road, Tambourine Bay Road and Sutherland Street and the introduction of 'No Stopping' and 'No Parking' zones. The kerbside parking that will be impacted as a result of the upcoming intersection works includes:

  • 40 metres of Burns Bay Road west approach (northern side) in front of 67 Burns Bay Road (8 parking spaces);
  • 30 metres of Burns Bay Road east approach (northern side) in front of Child Care Centre (6 spaces);
  • 30 metres of Burns Bay Road east approach (southern side) in front of Birrahlee Reserve (6 spaces);
  • 30 metres of Sutherland Street, western side (1 Disabled Parking Space); and
  • 40 metres of Tambourine Bay Road, western side (6 spaces).

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River Road West/Northwood Road/Longueville Road intersection

The traffic lights at the intersection of River Road West /Northwood Road/Longueville Road is the scene of regular crashes due to the current configuration of the intersection and phasing of the lights. Council worked with Transport for NSW (TfNSW) to develop a proposal to improve the safety of this intersection.  

On 7 February 2019 the NSW Government announced a $1 Million grant towards the upgrade of this intersection. With this grant Council commenced the development of detailed plans for construction.

The upgrade will address a long-standing accident hot spot while also allowing right turn access from Longueville Road into River Road for all vehicles (which is currently open to buses only).

Key features of the project include:

  • A redesign of the Northwood Road approach to better align the through movement and exaggerate the right turn into Longueville Road;
  • Addition of a designated right-turn lane from Longueville Road onto River Road West;
  • Relocation of the western pedestrian crossing on River Road West to the eastern approach;
  • Modification to the existing bicycle path to maintain the connection between Longueville Road and Kenneth Street;
  • Relocation of existing bus stops southbound on Longueville Road;
  • Adjustment to concrete medians and reinstatement of pavement at the intersection; and
  • Associated signage and line marking.

We will keep the community updated on the progress of the project during the construction phase.

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Feel Good Holidays

​There’s plenty of ways for kids to enjoy time in Lane Cove over the Spring school holidays... Read on to find out more or download our Feel Good Holidays program.

Festival by the River Art Project

Children are invited to submit a drawing to be included on street flags to celebrate this year’s Festival by the River throughout November 2020.

How to get involved: Take an A4 piece of photocopy paper and a thick black marker. Get creative and depict the theme of ‘Life on the River’ using words, symbols or imagery. Find out more including how to submit your drawing.

Free Youth Centre Events

The Synergy team will be running events during the first week of the holidays. Whether it’s a free succulent workshop on 30 September or a bushwalk photography tour on 1 October, the team have you covered! Visit the Youth webpage for more details.

Lane Cove Bush Kids

Are you looking to get outdoors? Want to learn about the Muttaburrasaurus, take a Spring surprise walk or look for birds chirping in the bush? There are a range of events running for 2-10 year olds. Find out more.

Free Holiday Craft Bags

Feeling crafty? Head along to the Library and collect one of two types of craft bags to take home:

  • Foam and sticker craft for preschool and primary school aged children
  • A Quilling-themed bag for youth

Available to collect from Lane Cove and Greenwich Libraries. Children’s Book Week Competition Open to ages 2 - 12 years, this year’s theme is Curious Creatures: Wild Minds. Collect your colouring-in, drawing and writing competition entry forms from the Library or download from the Library webpage. Entries close 19 October.

HSC Study Night

Enjoy some quiet study time and exclusive use of the Library as you do your final preparations before the HSC exams begin. The first study night is being held during the school holidays on Tuesday 6 October from 5:00pm - 8:00pm. Bookings are essential - find out more. The next study night will be Tuesday 13 October.

Free Learn to Ride Packs

We have free special giveaways for children in Lane Cove who have recently started to ride a bike. Drop into Council’s Civic Centre and pick up your free Cycling Pack which you can use as you continue to master your bike skills. Limited numbers of cycling packs to giveaway so be sure to pick up yours early! Find out how to get your free pack.

Make a Splash!

Greenwich Baths is now open for the swim season and the new outdoor pool at Lane Cove Aquatic Leisure Centre will be open from 12:30pm on Saturday 3 October.

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Small Business Breakfast

Lane Cove Businesses are invited to join in for this free Business Breakfast featuring Catherine DeVrye. Catherine delivers the energy of Gen Y and the experience of a baby boomer. She is a best- selling author, winner of Australian Executive Woman of the Year, a Thought Leader in the Australian business community and a small business owner for over 20 years.

This Lane Cove-tailored presentation is not to be missed and will focus on Small Business Resilience in a local context. Catherine will bring the latest theory and research to life through practical, common sense examples. She will also share some inspirational personal stories of resilience.

To ensure this is a COVID-safe event, numbers are limited in the Terrace Function Room, however, we are also live-streaming the event so you can attend virtually if you would prefer.

Wednesday 21 October, 7:15am - 8:30am

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Make a splash

Due to COVID-19, numbers are limited at the official opening of the new 50m outdoor pool and grandstand on Saturday 3 October.

If you’d like to register your interest to swim in the first public races held at the pool on the day, please complete our online form by Sunday 27 September.

There will be two public races, one for adults and one for children – these will take place as part of the opening event which runs from 10:00am – 12:00pm.

Swimmers are encouraged to get their thinking caps on and let us know in 25 words on less why you’d love to be part of history at this special opening event…

Download yours today

Locals will notice the new Lane Cove Coffee Guide banner was installed on Longueville Road on Monday 14 September. What better way for local coffee lovers to explore the local area than by visiting close to 40 coffee outlets across Lane Cove?! Whether you need a new local for your morning pick-me-up, somewhere close by or something a little different, this guide will point you in the right direction. With handy maps to help you find your way, you will always know where the closest fuelling station is.

Download your free Lane Cove Coffee Guide or click on the guide below.

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Straight to your inbox

Rate notices delivered electronically

Rate notices can now be delivered electronically! We are encouraging residents to make the switch to receive your rates notice direct to your email inbox, through the software, Payreq. There are two online registration options to choose from so you can select the most convenient method for you.

Online Registration

Register to receive electronic notices direct to your email address by completing an online form. It's easy to register; you'll just need to have your rates notice nearby when signing up. 

Create an Account

You also have the option to create a MyBills Account via Payreq to receive and manage your bills from multiple billers. You can decide which bills from a list of authorised billers you want to receive and Payreq MyBills will automatically let your biller know. You can see who the bills are from, when they're due, the amount due and how they can be paid. If you need help, please go to the MyBills email getting started section of the Payreq website.




Join the challenge

​Council invites all residents to take part in the 2066 Litter Challenge. Building on the success of last year’s event, where more than 11,000 pieces of rubbish were collected, the 2066 Litter Challenge is back.

Are you up for the challenge? Join the challenge this September to be in the running for prizes.

Pick up litter in September then log how many items you picked up and where. Lane Cove gift vouchers, to the value of $100*, will be awarded for:

  • The most items picked up by an individual
  • The most items picked up by a group or family
  • The most unusual item found

Please make sure to observe the current recommendations of NSW Health including social distancing and staying at home if you are feeling unwell.

We would love to share any 'before and after' images of the area you cleaned, or images of the litter collected, to inspire others to make a difference too. Please post  before and afters on Instagram with #2066LitterChallenge and tag @lanecovecouncil_

Find out more about the 2066 Litter Challenge.

Clean-up events

There are two land-based clean ups and two kayaking clean up events so come along and help us remove as much litter from our environment as possible. Numbers are limited so get in quick.

Land Clean Up – Blackman Park 

Already a stunning location, we aim to make Blackman Park completely litter free for everyone to enjoy. Bring the whole family to this community clean up. All ages are welcomed. 

Wednesday 9 September 10:00am – 12:00pm, Blackman Park  

Book online.

Land Clean Up – Tambourine Bay

Join us as part of the 2066 Litter Challenge and help to collect litter around Tambourine Bay and Warraroon Reserve. This event will see us clean-up creeks, wetlands, mangroves and bushland, all while enjoying a beautiful bushwalk!

Saturday 12 September, 9:00am – 11:00am, Tambourine Bay

Book online.

HarbourCare Kayak Clean Up – Woodford Bay

Join us for a morning kayaking around Woodford Bay whilst we collect marine litter as part of the 2066 Litter Challenge.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, tickets are only available for pairs from the same household, as they will be sharing a double kayak.

Double kayaks supplied, medium level fitness required, no kayaking experience needed. Minimum age 11 years old. Under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Bags, gloves and litter pickers provided. BYO water and snack.

Saturday 26 September 9:30am – 12:30pm, Woodford Bay

Book online.

Harbour Care Kayak Clean Up – Lane Cove West

Join us for an afternoon kayaking along the Lane Cove River whilst we collect marine litter as part of the 2066 Litter Challenge. 

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, tickets are only available for pairs from the same household, as they will be sharing a double kayak. 

Double kayaks supplied, medium level fitness required, no kayaking experience needed. Minimum age 11 years old. Under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Bags, gloves and litter pickers provided. BYO water and snack.

Wednesday 30th September, 12:00pm – 3:00pm, Lane Cove West

Book online.

Just launched!

The 2020 Lane Cove Directory is here! Celebrate everything that’s great about living in Lane Cove by exploring the diverse range of incredible community and Council-run initiatives right on your doorstep.

To celebrate the launch of the Directory, here’s a message from the Mayor of Lane Cove, Councillor Pam Palmer:

“Like most things in 2020, the Lane Cove Festival has had to adapt its approach and the good news is we have so much to share with you! The Festival Committee has taken the opportunity to bring together a range of useful community information about local groups and service organisations to help connect the Lane Cove community. This guide is a sample of what makes Lane Cove such a great place to live – there are so many ways to express yourself, share in like-minded activities and seek support from important service providers.

Whether you are new to Lane Cove or perhaps now have the opportunity to look at what’s on offer close to home, we certainly hope that you find this Lane Cove Directory a handy resource. Behind the scenes, a dedicated group of local volunteers have worked with Council to bring you this fantastic initiative as part of the 2020 Lane Cove Festival.”


Get That Job!

You’re invited to a free workshop for local residents who are looking to get back into the workforce. Join us and you will receive:

  • Tools and tips from an experienced career management consultant

  • Opportunities to share experiences and form support networks

  • One-on-one follow up session.

Places are strictly limited. Bookings essential.

Date: Thursday 24 September 2020

Time: 9:30am – 1:30pm

Location: The Terrace Function Room, Lower Ground Floor, Lane Cove Community Hub, 1 Pottery Lane, Lane Cove



Climate Clever at home

We’re excited to have partnered with ClimateClever to support local schools, residents and businesses around sustainability. 

Council is providing 200 residents with free access to ClimateClever’s online tools for a year as part of its Sustainable Living at Home program. Using the Homes App subscription, locals will be able measure, audit and reduce their carbon footprint and utility bills.

Schools in Lane Cove can now access our Schools App with a 50% discount while any Lane Cove resident who misses out on the free access can enjoy 50% discount on the Homes App.

In addition to providing locals with tools and data to help them make a measurable impact, Lane Cove has resolved to being at the forefront of community expectations when it comes to sustainability and was the 50th LGA in Australia to declare a #ClimateEmergency.

Find out more and get involved.

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Tell us your story

We want to hear your stories and see the images that reflect your experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic as part of our Telling Stories project.

The challenges of COVID-19 restrictions have changed the world as we know it and this is an opportunity to record your personal story of how you faced the isolation, the concerns and the difference it made to your lifestyle and your thinking.

Open to all ages, you may like to write a story or poem or send us an image about your COVID-19 experience and we’ll do our best to share it so others can understand what the past few months have been like for different members of the Lane Cove community. 

Stories can be up to 200 words and submitted as a word document. Images must be sent as a .jpeg attachment. Please note that Council reserves the right to edit submissions due to space limitations and in accordance with Council policies.

For more information call Council's Community Development Officer, Ruth, on 9911 3593 or email (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) with your submission.

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Image credit: Irving Warren (left) and Kirsten Campbell (right)

Nominate a business

​Nominations are now open for the Northern Districts Inclusion Award! Local customers and businesses are invited to participate in the 2020 Inclusion Award, which recognises and celebrates businesses that have an inclusive approach for all their customers and staff. This approach could be through attitude, behaviour, business design, culture, advertising, recruitment, training, customer service or physical accessibility of the business.  

Nominations are now open and close on Wednesday 30 September.

To nominate a business, please download the nomination form or click the image below.


Dive in this October

Latest News - August 2020

Dive into the new outdoor pool this October! The new outdoor pool and 800 seat grandstand will officially open on the October long weekend.

The eight-lane, 50 metre pool provides a flexible setup with a state-of-the-art divider allowing the pool to operate in both 25 metre and 50 metre lengths. New change rooms are located underneath the impressive new grandstand along with on-deck showers. A new marshalling area complete with hearing loop will help provide access to high-quality facilities for competitions and carnivals.

The pool and grandstand are fitted with the latest sustainability features including energy efficient lighting, water and energy saving filters, heaters and pumps while an array of solar panels are fitted to the grandstand and marshalling area roof.

An adult change facility and accessible toilet are located at pool-deck level and there is a ramp into the pool for wheelchair access. A new artwork adorning the fence reflects the themes of water and movement and acknowledges how the traditional owners of the land – the Cameraygal people – engaged with Lane Cove's waterways.

Latest News - April 2020

Time flies when you're constructing a pool grandstand! Check out this time lapse of the new pool grandstand being constructed earlier this month.

• The grandstand roof structure has been completed and the construction of the grandstand and youth centre has begun.
• The southern concourse, including the plantroom structure, has been completed. The fit-out will begin this week.
• The wall tiling of the new pool is approximately 40% complete.

Works continue to be on schedule for the new pool to open in time for the 2020/21 swimming season.

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Latest News - March 2020

The construction of Lane Cove’s new outdoor 50m pool and grandstand is swimming along nicely. Preliminary work has started on the grandstand and works on the building are expected to commence in late-March. Works are on schedule for the new pool to open in time for the 2020/21 swimming season.

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Latest News - December 2019

225,000 litres of water have made a splash in drought-stricken Armidale! Trucks carrying the water arrived in Armidale on Wednesday 18 December with more trucks travelling north on Thursday 19 December delivering another 225,000 litres. The water has already been deposited into a water tank and a dam at Armidale Airport used by the Rural Fire Service (RFS) for RFS helicopters and firefighting efforts across Northern NSW from the Queensland border to Tamworth.

Council is currently in the deep-end of construction of a new outdoor pool, and as part of the site safety testing, the pool was required to be filled with water and emptied. Instead of disposing of the water down the drain, Council dived right in to arrange for the water to be accepted by organisations in Armidale, NSW. 

Read more.

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Latest News - 31 October 2019

The progress of Lane Cove’s new 50m pool is going swimmingly and works are on schedule for the new pool to open in time for the 2020/21 swimming season.



Latest News - 11 October 2019

The new 50m outdoor pool is taking shape with the first third of the concrete tank, which will form the pool base, being poured today.


Latest News - 20 September 2019

The construction of Lane Cove’s new 50m pool is back on track after the recent rain. Concrete, which will form part of the pool base, has been poured and other work is on schedule for the new pool to open in time for the 2020/21 swimming season.


Latest News - 13 August 2019

The commencement of the excavation of the pool, which began earlier this month, was officially marked with a visit to the site by Mayor of Lane Cove Pam Palmer and Federal Member for North Sydney Trent Zimmerman.


Latest News - 9 July 2019

The design of the new grandstand has been approved. Construction of the new 50m outdoor pool will begin this month and construction of the grandstand is set to begin later this year.

Latest News - 30 May 2019

A fly-through animation of Lane Cove's new outdoor pool and grandstand can be viewed on Facebook.

Latest News - 24 May 2019

The demolition of Lane Cove’s old 50m pool and grandstand is now complete. Council has appointed Crystal Pools to build the new 50m outdoor pool. Construction will start in mid-June and works are expected to take 12 months.


Latest News - 16 April 2019

At the Council Meeting on Monday 15 April 2019, Council accepted the tender from Crystal Pools Pty. Ltd. to rebuild the 50 metre outdoor pool.

A tender specification was prepared in March detailing the schedule of work, hours of work, safety requirements and reporting requirements. The specification outlined that the tender submissions would be assessed based on experience, project personnel, design and construct contracts and price. Tenderers also had to complete Council's Sustainability and Environment Assessment.

Each tender was assessed based on the criteria listed above and was awarded to Crystal Pools Pty. Ltd.  A timetable will be made available once the contracts have been signed within the next two weeks.

Latest News – 27 March 2019

​Federal Member for North Sydney, Trent Zimmerman has announced the federal government will provide $2 million towards the construction of Lane Cove's new outdoor pool. Earlier this month, Mr Zimmerman organised a petition and campaign for the federal government to provide $1 million towards the construction of the new pool. The response to this petition was so strong that $2 million has been provided. The new pool will include eight lanes (the original pool had seven lanes) and a boom in the middle will allow for the pool to be separated into two 25m pools.

Latest News - 20 March 2019

Council has received requests from members of the public who would like to remove their tile from alongside the outdoor pool at Lane Cove Aquatic Centre. The tiles were decorated in 1995 and have been affixed to the wall alongside the pool for the past 24 years. If you have yet to contact Council please note that the last opportunity to remove a tile will be this Saturday 23 March, 7:00am – 3:00pm. Please wear enclosed footwear and report to the gate on the Phoenix Street side of the pool. Anyone coming along to remove a tile does so at their own risk and must bring their own equipment to remove the tile under supervision of those on-site. The tiles are fragile and therefore there is no guarantee that your tile will be able to be removed in one piece or without damage.

The Development Application for the concourse was recently submitted with one more development application to come in relation to the grandstand. Council is currently anticipating the construction of the pool will take approximately 18 months however firmer details on timing will be known at the end of April once we’ve heard back from potential suppliers.

Latest News - 8 March 2019

Council will soon start the demolition of the 50m outdoor pool and grandstand which reached the end of their lifespan in December. From Monday 11 March there will be no access to the temporary car park on the Phoenix Street side of the pool as this is converted to a works zone. The pedestrian footbridge from Little Street across to Lane Cove Aquatic Leisure Centre will be temporary closed until late April. Pedestrians can still access the Aquatic Centre via the pedestrian crossings at street level on Little Street.

The following week from Monday 18 March there will be four to six weeks of noisy daytime works as both of the concrete structures are removed. Resident notifications will start next week alerting locals to noisy daytime works from 18 March for approximately 4-6 weeks while both concrete structures are removed.

During construction Lane Cove’s Synergy Youth Centre has temporarily relocated from underneath the pool grandstand to 47 Burns Bay Road (opposite Coles).

The Development Application for the replacement pool was approved earlier this week providing the opportunity for Council to now go to market for the construction aspect of the new pool. The concourse and grandstand development applications will both be lodged this month. Now that Council can go to market for construction we will soon have a clearer construction and re-opening timeframe for the community.

FYI the indoor pools at the Aquatic Centre still remain open with construction only taking place outside.

Latest News - February 2019

Council recently appointed project architects to oversee the planning and construction of a replacement pool and grandstand following the pool's closure in December 2018. The 50m outdoor pool was built in 1961 with Council planning for its replacement in the near future.

In early February 2019 Council lodged the first of three Development Applications (DAs) for the replacement of the pool. Thank you to members of the community who took time over the Summer period to provide their feedback on the future pool and grandstand. All comments were reviewed – some relate to aspects of the future DAs and/or operation of the pool and surrounding areas once constructed. As a result not all feedback will relate to this first DA.

The DA is for 8 lanes with an accessible ramp into the pool. It is expected that the works will cost around $3million and take approximately 12 months to commission and build. This first DA includes the pool tank which is the critical feature that allows Council to go to market for a specialised Pool builder. The following two DAs will relate to the concourse and then the grandstand/associated landscaping. It is expected that these will be lodged late February or in March.

Members of the community interested in looking at the DA are welcome to view the DA online using the number 10/2019 when prompted. The formal notification process for the DA commenced on 4 February 2019 with submissions closing on 17 February 2019.

Progress of the pool's construction will continue to be made available at


Free visitor registration App

It is now easier for locals to register their visit to local cafes and restaurants after Council joined forces with a Lane Cove West-based company ShiftLineup to produce an electronic COVID- 19 Customer and Visitor Registration System.

Residents are invited to download the app urhere, which makes it even more convenient to check-in to local venues in Lane Cove. With more than 45,000 check-ins already, we're pleased that so many locals have adopted this quick and easy method to registering their visits. Visit the App Store or Google Play to download the app; simply search 'urhere'.

75 local businesses, community/sporting groups and venues are already on board to use urhere which Council has made available free of charge. Participating organisations will display a unique QR code which you can scan to register your visit. Unlike many other registration systems this one verifies the phone number on first-time use by sending a confirmation code, similar to a banking transaction. There's also the option to remember visitor details on your device which means next time you visit a venue using this same system, it's a one-step process of scanning the QR code. Users can also rest assured that information is stored within Australia for 28  days as per the current government requirements and unlike some other apps, is not available for third party use.

We are keen to have as many businesses and organisations as possible using the same system to increase the convenience for customers and to help meet the requirements of NSW Health.

If you are a local business interested in getting free access to the electronic COVID-19 Customer and Visitor Registration System, please email Council is providing participating businesses with their unique QR code via A5 and A3 sized posters for display in the format that is most convenient to your business.

This electronic format also helps to remove customer concern regarding unattended paper contact lists which are non-compliant. Council is committed to protecting the personal information of users and will not disclose information collected to any person except the NSW Government when directed to in response to the COVID-19 emergency. All information is stored on servers located in Australia. Details will be stored for 28 days as required by the current NSW government regulations.


  • For anyone who doesn't have a phone you can input their details in as a guest in the electronic system using your unique website URL.
  • Food businesses should still keep the information contained in their existing visit recording system for 28 days after starting the new system
  • The electronic register will be updated with the latest advice from the NSW Government so if it asks for more details to be collected it will be reflected in the App
  • As per the latest regulations for food businesses, your COVID-Safe Marshall will be able to confirm that someone has registered by viewing the success screen which contains an easily visible green tick of approval.
Locals celebrate Tree Day

​Trees are a big part of Lane Cove life and on Sunday 2 August, Council's Bushland team celebrated National Tree Day with two groups of locals by planting 300 native seedlings in Riverview. A tree-rific morning was had by all. We’re pleased to share that Council’s Community Nursery has grown 8,781 plants in the past four months including providing nearly 1,000 plants to local schools for Schools Tree Day. Lane Cove West Public School, St. Michael’s Catholic Primary School and Mirrabrook Early Learning Centre were the lucky recipients of these new plants which were given away to students and their families or planted on-site including in a bush tucker garden. 

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