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July to December 2014
LMC Draft Policy on Out of School Care at Annandale Neighbourhood Centre
On exhibition until 30 June 2014.
"Out of school hours care (OSHC) covers services for children of primary school age before school (usually from 7:30am until 9am during school term); after school care (usually 3pm – 6pm during school term); and during school holidays and pupil free days (usually from 7.30 am till 6.00 pm each week day)..." more
"Time of Marrai'gang -
Kirkin o the Tartan
29 June 2014 at 10am
Annandale Public Meeting meeting
New Planning Controls (LEP & DCP 2013)
The Leichhardt Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2013 and Development Control Plan (DCP) 2013 commenced Monday 3 February 2014. Leichhardt LEP 2013 is a legal document that sets the direction for growth in the Local Government Area (LGA) by providing controls and guidelines for development. It determines what can be built, where it can be built and what activities can occur on land. ...more
10-4pm, Sunday 13 April 2014
Share your favourite bit of Annandale Heritage: Call for Entries to A3 Poster Exhibition
Part of Annandale Neighbourhood Centre Open Day on ...more
Greenock to Annandale & Beyond
12-4pm, Hunter Baillie Memorial Presbyterian Church Open Day
Annandale Neighbourhood Centre Open Day
Former 1899 Annandale Council Chambers
Annandale Neighbourhood Centre activities include Playgroups, Occassional Child Care, Drop in Yoga Classes, Yoga-Feldenkrais, Playgroups, Painting, Music, Aunties and Uncles....More
Renee Kayser on vocals, Baz Kliche on drums, Evan Lohning on keyboard and Tony
Calcapeitro on Bass.
Traffic Impacts of Major Retail Development at Harold Park - Not too Late!
COMMUNITY RALLY: 5pm Sunday 6 April 2014, Chapman Road Bridge, Federal Park, The Crescent, Annandale
The proposed retail development at Harold Park includes hundreds of car spaces and an upgrade of roads and bridges through Annandale foreshore parkland to acces them. This traffic, along with that generated by the large residential development at Harold Park will add to the congestion on the Crescent and impact public transport along the route, which also needs to be increased to meet the obvious increase there will be in demand from the residents of the new development.
At their April 7 meeting, the Sydney City Council may refuse the DA or approve it with ineffective conditions of consent (see alternative motion here). The Council meeting to consider the DA is open and the public can attend. It is item "9.9 Development Application: 10 Maxwell Road Forest Lodge – Tram Sheds on the Agenda", but items which have drawn a large public attendance are brought forward.
Express your concern with the proposal by turning up at the Meeting:
Annandale Residents Precinct Meeting
7:00pm - 8:30pm, 7th April 2014
Rally to save Federal Park from Road Upgrade
The proposed inclusion of 145 car spaces to service the Shopping Mall in the TramSheds requires the upgrade of the Bridge over Johnston's Creek and the road through Federal Park, Annandale does not conform with the Objectives of the Harold Park DCP. The existing residential community rallied in Federal Park to demonstrate their concern about the impact of the proposed road upgrade on their parkland.
A jogger, from Newtown, on his way home from the Bay Run expressed his concern about the impact of the road on his evening run.
DA for TramShed Development to be considered at City of Sydney Council Meeting 7th April 2014...Agenda and Papers (including Report of the Planning and Development Committee - 1 April 2014). Write to the Councillors
Time of Burran - Gadalung Marool (hot and dry) January - March, avoid meat and fires...more
Nude in the Window
Rozelle Bay Community Native Nursery collaborating with 19th Sydney Biennale Artist
The Nursery is assisting Australian artist: Gabrielle de Vietri to create a garden at Cockatoo Island for 19th Sydney Biennale...more
Annandale Creative Arts Centre
Pilates, Adults, Kids & Young, Dance, Jazz, Ballet, Music, Hip-Hop, Choir... more (PDF)
Update on Harold Park Parklands
The Lord Mayor will open the event and you can view the design plans, speak with the project team and provide your feedback.
Foreshore/Harold Park Parklands
City of Sydney Foreshore Parklands:Johnston's Creek Parklands Master Plan
Forest Lodge, Annandale, Glebe Residents Group(FLAG)
Galuma Maymuru the torrent
bark paintings and ceremonial poles until 29 March 2014
BRUCE SEARLE - local colour
photography artist's books
Exhibition dates: 5 March - 29 March 2014
Share the Path in Spindlers Park
27 March, 4pm - 6pm
Hinsby Park Consultation
12.30 pm this Saturday 29 March 2014 with Councillors, Mayor and General Manager.
Rozelle TramSheds (10 Maxwell Road Forest Lodge - D/2013/883) Public Exhibition closes Monday 17 March!
28-Feb-2014: (Harold Park Tram Sheds) Amended plans for the adaptive reuse, and alterations to, the heritage listed Rozelle Tram Depot. The amendments include:
"Application Number D/2013/883, Location:
10 Maxwell Road FOREST LODGE NSW 2037
December 2013:"At the request of the applicant, consideration of Development Application No. D/2013/883 was deferred to allow for the redesign of the following elements:
Heart of Annandale Art Exhibition & Prize
Drop in check out the Art and vote for your favourite work in the Junior and Adult categories.
Visit Annandale Artist Studios
10am - 3.30pm 8 and 9 March, 2014
Join us for another enticing chance to enter the creative realms of artist, designers, craftspeople, and galleries during the LOST weekend - 8 and 9 March, 2014, between 10am - 3.30pm....www.leichhardt.nsw.gov.au/LOST
BOOTH STREET MAINSTREET MASTERPLAN
The exhibition and submission period will close at 5pm, Wednesday 5 March 2014.
The Masterplan was developed following two community consultation workshops. It addresses streetscape, parking and traffic improvements along Booth Street, between Annandale Street and Wigram Road.
Have Your Say www.leichhardt.nsw.gov.au/BoothStreetMasterplan
Keep the Glebe Island Bridge
Annandale Artist Merrick Fry's Keep Glebe Island Bridge Calico Shoulder Bags now available at Jim and Jane's, Booth Street and Gleebooks
The Glebe Island Bridge could provide a cycle and pedestrian route to Pyrmont, the Ultimo cultural precinct and the Sydney CBD as well as a loop around Rozelle Bay....more
NSW planning laws debate on 7.30 Report
What should NSw do with its planning laws and how can it balance high-growth, high density housing with community and council expectations?...more
Addiction at Archway 1
The Archway 1 Theatre Company present a series of monologues on the theme of Addiction.
Written by the A1TC Ensemble, also featuring monologues by Jared Jeckell, Annette Staglieno, Hamrah and award winning playwright Alex Broun.
Live Jazz at Vinery Foods, Johnston Street
Midday till 3pm we will be featuring Renee Kayser on vocals, Evan Lohning on the keyboards, Tony Calcapietro on bass and the mighty Baz Kliche on drums.
Annandale War Memorial, Hinsby Park (AWM H17861).
Annandale WW1 Memorial and Ersatz Grave
The Annandale War Memorial in Hinsby Park, was built in 1921. It featured two "flame" lamps, which have since been removed. There are numerous Honour Boards, around Annandale, to the more than 1200 men, from Annandale, who set off for the Great War ...more
Suzanne and her team at Cafe on Johnston
125th Anniversary of Hunter Baillie Memorial Presbyterian Church
For a century and a quarter the...more
"Flash" Picnic, Whites Creek Wetland for World Wetlands Day
Sunday 2nd February, is World Wetlands Day. Did you know Annandale has two Wetlands...more
Join the flash picnic at Whites Creek Wetlands to celebrate World Wetlands day and the Lunar New Year.
Special West Connex Precinct Meeting
Leichhardt & Annandale Residents Precinct Meeting
Offramps, exhaust stacks and ratrunning from an $11,000,000,000* private tollway, ‘urban revitalisation’**, ...but no public transport***.
If you’ve never come to a residents precinct meeting until now, come to this one!...more
Jazz at Vinery Foods
Renee Kayser on vocals, Baz Kliche on drums, Dave Smith on guitar and Tony Calcopeito on Bass
Sunday 2nd February 2014