Each book in this series is a self guided historical walk through Annandale. Each walk explores the people and construction of Annandale. Each book covers two decades of Annandales History a hundred years apart. The first book in the series, 1890s Annandale: A Short Walk, covers the 1790s and 1890s.
The time of the gathering of the flying foxes. A magical..more
16 August - 22 September
Gallery Hours: Tues-Fri:11am-5pm , Sat:12-4pm
Opening 22 August 6:30-8:30 pm, Annandale Galleries
More at :http://www.annandalegalleries.com.au/exhibition-list.php?exhibitionID=519
New Pastels in the Downstairs Gallery
16 August - 22 September
Opening: Wednesday 22 August 6:30 – 8:30 pm
More at: http://www.annandalegalleries.com.au/exhibition-list.php?exhibitionID=525
Sunday 16th September 5pm
Annandale Community Centre
79 Johnston St Annandale
Variations on a Theme. Covering a wide range of musical periods, moods and styles, we will explore this perennially popular form with works for strings by Beethoven, Mozart, Dohnanyi, Klein, Strauss and more.
Online bookings will be open approximately 2-3 weeks before each concert, Tix also available at the door...
7pm for 7.30, finishing at 10.30
Back Hall (disability access)
Annandale Neighbourhood Centre, 79 Johnston St
$20, $18. BYO, supper available
Enquiries: Sandra Phone: 9358-4886
Saturday 22 september 2018, 2.30pm - Hunter Baillie Church, cnr of Collins and Johnston Sts, Annandale
Showcasing Anthony Garcia [QLD] as guitarist and composer alongside violinist Dan Russell, the two embark on a spiritual and eclectic journey of improvisation, arrangement and composition. Sparse and minimalist to rhythmic and passionate. ..more
Developing Work for Transformation
Tuesday 18 September, 7pm, $10
A practical and reflective workshop for artists of different disciplines with a passion for creating socially transformational work. Playing with stimulus, developing ideas, considering pitfalls and asking the hard questions.
Listen, Learn, Make
Saturday 22 September, 2pm, $10
A practical workshop to make something that engages in an existing movement while listening to stories from the ground of advocacy and social transformation.
Forum: The Role Of Creativity in Social Transformation
Artist as advocate - are we helping or harming? A forum hearing from seasoned arts practitioners and justice advocates on the ways the arts impact social movements; as well as examining some of the challenges and pitfalls of this space.
Artist Panel includes:Wendy Sharpe, Dino Dimitriadis
Advocate Panel includes:Brooke Prentis
Saturday 8 September 2018 7pm | $10 Book tickets at www.sydneyfringe.com
81 Johnston Street Annandale
More information at www.annandalecreativearts.com/creative-conversations
Right Into Her Arms
drawings • sculpture • woodcuts • kinetic model
Opens for preview on Saturday 29 September
Opening Reception for William Kentridge SATURDAY 6 October 6:30 - 8:30pm
TOMATOES TRIED TO KILL ME BUT BANJOS SAVED MY LIFE
An inspiring one-man show, written and performed by Keith Alessi who was faced with a deadly cancer diagnosis that changed the course of his life forever
Wed, Sep 19, 2018 8:30 PM Sat, Sep 29, 2018 9:30 PM
74-76 Pyrmont Bridge Road, Camperdown NSW 2038
74-76 Pyrmont Bridge Road, Camperdown NSW 2038
An inspiring one-man show, written and performed by Keith Alessi who, when faced with a deadly cancer diagnosis that changed the course of his life forever, chose to pursue a passion which took him to a place he never imagined.
WEDNESDAY 19TH 8.30PM-9.30PM
THURSDAY 20TH 8.30PM-9.30PM
FRIDAY 21ST 8.30PM-9.30PM
THURSDAY 27TH 8.30PM-9.30PM
FRIDAY 28TH 8.30PM-9.30PM
SATURDAY 29TH 8.30PM-9.30PM
74-76 Pyrmont Bridge Road, Camperdown NSW 2038
The plans keep changing but the park is still to be destroyed
Buruwan Park is to be destroyed to widen the Crescent and for a construction site. The plans keep changing.
Latest Plans for the Crescent and Buruwan Park in July 2018 Western Harbour Update (July 2018 Update 13.7MB PDF) Comment at https://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/projects/sydney-north/western-harbour-tunnel-beaches-link/consultation-map.html
21 Jun 2018 Self-referred
31 Aug 2018 Submissions closing
09 Oct 2018 Hearing - Macquarie Room, Parliament House, Sydney
11 Oct 2018 Hearing - Macquarie Room, Parliament House, Sydney
15 Oct 2018 Hearing - Macquarie Room, Parliament House, Sydney
Committee Report by 1 December 2018.
Terms of reference
1.That the Public Accountability Committee inquire into and report on the impact of the WestConnex project, including:
(a)the adequacy of the business case for the WestConnex project, including the cost-benefits ratio
(b)the cost of WestConnex project, including the size and reasons for overruns
(c)consideration of the governance and structure of the WestConnex project including the relationship between Sydney Motorway Corporation, Roads and Maritime Services, the Treasury and its shareholding Ministers
(d)the compulsory acquisition of property for the project
(e)the recommendations of the Audit Office of New South Wales and the Australian National Audit Office in regards to WestConnex
(f)the extent to which the project is meeting the original goals of the project as articulated in 2012
(g)the relationship between WestConnex and other toll road projects including the Sydney Gateway, Western Harbour Tunnel, F6 and Beaches Link
(h)the circumstances by which WestConnex and the Sydney Gateway were declared to be separate projects in 2017
(i)the cost of the project against its current valuation as determined through the sale of the Sydney Motorway Corporation and whether it represents a good investment for NSW taxpayers
(j)any other related matter.
2.That the committee report by 1 December 2018.
More information including making submissions at https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/committees/inquiries/Pages/inquiry-details.aspx?pk=2497
WestConnex M4-M5 Link,Community update June - July 2018: "M4-M5 Link work starts this year
The NSW Minister for Planning approved the
M4-M5 Link project in April 2018.
The M4-M5 Link will be built in two stages:
1 Work will start later this year on the M4-M5 Link tunnels connecting the New M4 tunnels in Haberfield with the New M5 tunnels in St Peters. A Motorway Operations Complex at Campbell Road, St Peters will also be constructed.
2 Procurement is underway for the Rozelle Interchange and Iron Cove Link tunnels, which will connect the M4-M5 Link to other sections of the road network. Early work will start later this year, with major work scheduled to start in 2019.
Property owners will be notified if they are within 50 metres of the tunnel alignment and offered a property condition survey before and after construction. This ensures a clear record of property conditions before construction starts. Any damage attributed to the project will be repaired at no cost to the property owner. "...more
Wednesday, 13 June 2018: The NSW Government has today announced the successful tenderer for construction of the mainline tunnel of the M4-M5 Link as the LSB Joint Venture, comprising Lendlease Engineering, Samsung C&T Corporation and Bouygues Construction.
Federal Minister for Urban Infrastructure and Cities Paul Fletcher said today’s announcement is a major milestone for WestConnex. ...more
28 June 2018: "An 'innovative' approach to the delivery of the WestConnex M4-M5 Link tunnels has reduced community impacts and decreased the number of required construction sites.
The seven sites to be used for M4-M5 Link tunnels construction are:
1. Northcote Street, Haberfield (existing New M4 site)
2. Parramatta Road, Haberfield (Muirs)
3. Parramatta Road, Ashfield (Muirs)
4. Wattle Street, Haberfield (existing New M4 site)
5. Pyrmont Bridge Road, Camperdown/Annandale
6. Campbell Road, St Peters (existing New M5 site) 2
7. White Bay"...more
Buruwan Park is a small grassed area with large trees at the Rozelle Bay Light Rail Stop which provides a pedestrian and cycle link between Railway Parade and the Crescent.
Westconnex has been given approval to destroy the park to widen the Crescent as part of the Rozelle Interchange.
The RMS is currently evaluating will again try to find tenderers for the Rozelle Interchange.
See indicative spoil route through Annandale Westconnex-M4-M5Link-proposed-truck-route-feb2018.jpg. Source: From Appendix A of Westconnex M4-M5 Link Proponent's response to Submissions and Preferred Infrastructure Report, viewed 19 Feb 2018 https://majorprojects.accelo.com/public/b48c92722adff9df41651b01a5184d3a/13.%20M4-M5%20RtS_AppA%20Traffic%20IA.pdf
"The White Bay civil site would be used 24 hours a day, seven days a week. However, use of the site overnight by heavy vehicles would be limited. It is anticipated that the peak hours of operations for heavy vehicle movements would be at the commencement of the day and evening shifts during tunnelling excavation works (anticipated to be between 5.00 am to 9.00 am and 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm)." - p5 M4-M5 RtS_Part D Preferred Infrastructure Report, M4-M5 Link Submissions and preferred infrastructure report https://majorprojects.accelo.com/public/a0ecb444108248cca6aa537f66a72141/11.%20M4-M5%20RtS_Part%20D%20Preferred%20Infrastructure%20Report.pdf
Table D2-6 indicates that there will be:
"The facility would provide a truck marshalling area that would primarily service the main line tunnel sites, including Parramatta Road West civil and tunnel site (C1b), Darley Road civil and tunnel site (C4) and Pyrmont Bridge Road tunnel site (C9), where space for truck queuing on-site is limited." p4, M4-M5 RtS_Part D Preferred Infrastructure Report https://majorprojects.accelo.com/public/a0ecb444108248cca6aa537f66a72141/11.%20M4-M5%20RtS_Part%20D%20Preferred%20Infrastructure%20Report.pdf
"Pyrmont Bridge Road tunnel site (C9) Access from White Bay civil site to James Craig Road then The Crescent, Johnston Street and eastbound along Parramatta Road. Egress is via Pyrmont Bridge Road and Parramatta Road (westbound).The spoil haulage route as presented in the EIS for this site would be used." p20 M4-M5 RtS_Part D Preferred Infrastructure Report https://majorprojects.accelo.com/public/a0ecb444108248cca6aa537f66a72141/11.%20M4-M5%20RtS_Part%20D%20Preferred%20Infrastructure%20Report.pdf
relaxed evening of live jazz every Thursday night.
8pm One Set of Jazz Music - Interval for Tea & conversation
9.30pm Free for All - Audience participation with one rule - you can't play anything you know.
Entry $20/$10 BYO Wine & Cheese
81 Johnston Street Annandale (Church building next door to community centre) - https://www.facebook.com/JohnstonStreetJazz/
The M4-M5 Tunnel will be Dug Under Annandale.
There will be exhaust stacks in the Rozelle Railyards
There will be a Westconnex Tunnel Exit at the Crescent
Buruwan Park (connecting Railway Parade to the Crescent) will be destroyed to widen the Crescent
There will be a construction site on the Crescent on the Annandale foreshore
Trucks will be travelling along the Crescent and Johnston Street to the construction site on Parramatta Road between Pyrmont Bridge Road and Mallett Street
Westconnex Stage 3 will impact Ashfield, Haberfield, Petersham, Leichhardt and Annandale. See Map
Council Staff presentation to public meeting on 30 May outlining the impacts of infrastructure projects on Annandale is available here presentation and further information available at WestConnex Stage 3 M4-M5 Link - Haberfield to St Peters
EIS on Exhibition until 15 May 2018 for A bulk aggregate storage and distribution facility and concrete batching plant co-located at Glebe Island Port facility, with the capacity to manage up to 1 million tonnes of concrete aggregates per annum... http://majorprojects.planning.nsw.gov.au/index.pl?action=view_job&job_id=8544
The multi-user facility would involve the construction and operation of a multi-user facility for the import, storage and distribution of dry bulk materials (e.g. sand and aggregates) at Glebe 1 and 2.
It would operate 24 hours per day, seven days per week as required.
Port Authority is now seeking feedback on the Review of Environmental Factors (REF) between Wednesday 31 January and Wednesday 28 February 2018 more
The Annandale Craft Group meets 11am-2pm Fridays at the Annandale Community Centre... more
Wayne and Marghanita at Sydney City Mission Annandale Op Shop
Sydney City Mission Op Shop & Food Pantry
Op Shop Mon, Wed, Fri 10am-3pm
Community Food Pantry on Wed & Fri 10am-3pm
181 Parramatta Road Annandale.
11:45am Tuesdays Commencing on 14th July 2015
Tai Chi class for people over 50. Suitable for people with chronic conditions. Join a free trial class then pay $6 per class!
Annandale Neighbourhood Centre, 79 Johnston St, Annandale
To book or for more information: Tel:(02)95334422 Email: email@example.com
Come along and find out how moving the Feldenkrais way can help with stress
Where: Harold Park Tramsheds
When: Saturday/Sunday 3/4 Nov 3, 12-5:30pm
UNSHOULDERING THE BURDEN
Are your shoulders hunched and rounded?
Is sitting up straight becoming a chore, creating pain and stiffness?
Come and learn how to release the stress and tension you're holding in your shoulders
THE BREATH CONNECTION
Stress, whether acute or chronic, can impact your breath and consequently your health.
Explore the benefits of connecting breath to movement, mood and health
COST : Single day $140 | $120 early bird due by 01 Oct 2018
Both days $265 | $240 early bird due by 01 Oct 2018
Includes afternoon tea.
CONTACT : firstname.lastname@example.org
Momentary excitement walking down new stairs - but Public Park still not open!!
"Parts of White Bay and Glebe Island are under consideration as potential support areas for the proposed Western Harbour Tunnel.
The areas may be proposed for use on a temporary basis to:
* Stage deliveries and personnel for water-based construction of the harbour crossing;
* handle tunnel spol arriving by barge for trasnfer to road transport;
* construct concrete elements for the Wstern Harbour Tunnel; and
* Transfer a small quantity of sediment from Sydney Harbour to the site for treatment then transport by road for safe disposal"..- source: leaflet dropped in Annandale Letterboxes about 11 May 2018
"Glebe Island adjacent to White Bay will be used as a spoil handling area for the Western Harbour Tunnel and Warringah Freeway Upgrade project, prior to the commencement of works for the Bays Precinct in 2022. "..Western Harbour Tunnel and Warringah Freeway Upgrade Scoping Report (October 2017)
Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link
Inner West Council will be responding to the response to Westconnex's 400 page response to council's 300 page submission to the M4-M5 EIS and the Preferred Infrastructure Report (PIR).
The response from Westconnex to all 13,000 submissions + the PIR is currently being assessed by the department of planning who wil make a recommendation to the minister.
Community Members can contact council staff and councillors to make their views on the proposal clear and incorporated into the response to the Department of Planning. But we can also write to our MPs and Ministers.
The Project is currently being assessed by Department of Planning - see submissions, response to submissions including Preferred Infrastructure Report - this will then go to the minister for signoff. More at: http://majorprojects.planning.nsw.gov.au/index.pl?action=view_job&job_id=7485
Inner West Council's westconnex page includes how to contact the westconnex unit and about the WestConnex Community Liaison Forum (which people from Haberfield and St Peters are very active on) https://www.innerwest.nsw.gov.au/.../hot-topics/westconnex
Exec Summary: https://majorprojects.accelo.com/public/3fb905c2968162553e59882d1deefbb1/01.%20M4-M5%20RtS_I_Executive%20summary.pdf
Traffic Information: https://majorprojects.accelo.com/public/b48c92722adff9df41651b01a5184d3a/13.%20M4-M5%20RtS_AppA%20Traffic%20IA.pdf
This page www.ramin.com.au/camperdown/index.shtml last updated 20 Feb 2018.