Public Access to Beecroft Peninsula will be closed weekly until the start of the July School Holidays
on Friday 5th July 2019, ie from each Sunday night to the following Friday as follows:
From: Sunday 16th June 2019 @ 2030 (8:30pm)
Until: Friday 21st June 2019 @ 1300 (1:00pm)
From: Sunday 23rd June 2019 @ 2030 (8:30pm)
Until: Friday 28th June 2019 @ 1300 (1:00pm)
From: Sunday 30th June 2019 @ 2030 (8:30pm)
Until: Friday 5th July 2019 @ 1300 (1:00pm)
for GENERAL RANGE MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES
(NO LIVE FIRING)
The plan below outlines the timeframes for the sand nourishment and revegetation of the dunes on currarong beach. Also the building of a 5th access track and re aligning of the peel street track.read more
Thank you to the Ward Council for their support and donation for the NYE fireworks. and Many thanks to the NSW Government and Shelley Hancock for the $7,000 donation from the Premier's Rural and Regional Grants Fund for Hall air-conditioning.read more
Yoga classes will recommence on Monday 11th February, 2016
Monday 5:45pm @ Currarong Community Hall – 60-62 Walton Way, Currarong
Tuesday 9:15am @ Callala Beach Community Hall – 89 Quay Road, Callala Beach
Thursday 9:15am @ Callala Bay Community Centre – 42 Emmett Street, Callala Bay.read more
Council is undertaking a three month trial using an app called Photomon and we’re calling for expressions of interest from anyone interested in becoming a Photomon volunteer.
There are ten beaches in urban areas of Shoalhaven where assets are at risk from storm erosion.
Sarah Greenland is a yoga teacher living in Callala Bay and would love to offer our community an opportunity to practice yoga and discover how to move in a way that feels great for the body, mind and soul.
Since 2016, Sarah has completed over 500 hours of yoga teacher trainingread more
We hope you can make it on the 27th October for the 2018 AGM followed by our October General meeting. We plan a short AGM – see the AGM Agenda below… followed by the October General Meeting and drinks afterwards.read more
The Currarong Community Association hosted a concert in the Progress Hall on Sunday 23rd September, 2018. Our Association raised funds for the Shoalhaven Youth Orchestra who performed. A total amount of $5280 raised was undoubtedly due to the efforts of out member, Lauri Ball.read more
Rosie Mackay, is one of our members. She has reported that over the past two years, signboards advertising Rosie's Fire Truck Pizzas have been defaced, smashed and stolen. She has displayed them in various locations. The signs have been erected on the weekends...read more