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Port Stephens Council has tonight endorsed a vision for Nelson Bay which prioritises public spaces, people-friendly spaces and a greener town centre.
Port Stephens Council is calling for feedback on Draft Plans of Management for its Halifax and Shoal Bay Holiday Parks. A public exhibition period begins today for a period of 42 days and community in
Port Stephens community groups and individuals will receive more than $136,000 for projects that boost community wellbeing as part of Council’s 2019 grants program.
The Mambo Wetlands is now officially in community hands, after Port Stephens Council voted to protect the land for future generations.
Get involved in some of the great school holiday activities that Port Stephens has to offer.
The NSW Swifts are setting their sights on Port Stephens this July, where they will host community clinics, coaching development sessions and an open training session.
The NSW Government is inviting public submissions on the proposed Dams Safety Regulation 2019.
After a successful summer season, Port Stephens aquatic centres will be temporarily closed in a staggered schedule for vital maintenance works over the winter months.
Port Stephens residents are encouraged to have their say on Council’s performance in key areas by participating in the 2019 Community Satisfaction Survey.