Bulli

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Teens arrested in connection with the theft of Bulli Surf Club’s beach buggy

TWO teenagers have been arrested after $23,000 worth of equipment was allegedly stolen from Bulli Surf Club over the weekend. About 3.15am on Sunday, police were alerted after a buggy was allegedly stolen and driven on Bulli Beach before getting bogged in the sand. Wollongong police attended a short time later and found the buggy … Continue reading

Work on widening shared cycle and pedestrian path at Bulli to get underway in December

THE first stage of work widening bitumen sections of the shared bicycle and pedestrian pathways at Bulli is set to start this summer. After a push from Greens councillor Mithra Cox, Wollongong City Council, has decided to have the popular pathway widened at Sandon Point and Waniora Point. Work to widen the path to 3m … Continue reading

Woonona’s Ocean Park, Mailbag Hollow, or Bulli Park under consideration for new northern bike track

A DIRT bike track will be constructed in the Woonona Bulli area, with three sites under consideration by Wollongong City Council. The two sites at Bulli under consideration are located at Mailbag Hollow (opposite Slacky Flat Park), and at Bulli Park, while a third is at Ocean Park Reserve, Woonona. Also, Council is calling for feedback … Continue reading

Bulli Pass to be closed in both directions for maintenance work

ROAD users are advised the Princes Highway at Bulli Pass will be closed for maintenance work between Lawrence Hargrave Drive and M1 Princes Motorway. Work includes trimming vegetation, clearing gutters and drains, line marking, bridge inspections and maintenance of guardrails, signs and safety ramps. The road will be closed in both directions between 9am and … Continue reading

Bulli cyclists and pedestrians to get dedicated lanes, with pathway to be widened to cope with congestion

THE shared cycle and pedestrian path near Bulli Surf Club and Sandon Point will be widened to improve safety. Calls were made for Wollongong City Council to widen the shared northern cycleway, with claims that the coastal path had become so popular that it now posed a danger to cyclists and pedestrians. A section of … Continue reading

Cyclists reminded to put safety first, following calls to widen northern shared pathway

AS many residents opt for a bike ride as their choice of exercise in the current lockdown, Wollongong City Council is reminding riders to put their safety first. Council’s warning follows calls for the shared northern cycleway to be widened, particularly at Bulli, with claims that the coastal path has become so popular that it … Continue reading

Calls to have a crowded northern cycleway widened with a dedicated pedestrian lane

CALLS have been made for the shared northern cycleway to be widened, particularly at Bulli, with claims that the coastal path has become so popular that it now poses a danger to cyclists and pedestrians. Wollongong Greens Councillor, Mithra Cox is calling for the pathway to be widened to include a dedicated pedestrian lane. “The … Continue reading

Interest free loan scheme has helped with car registrations to providing false teeth

RESIDENTS of the Woonona Bulli area doing it tough financially can apply for an interest free loan of up to $1500 through a scheme on offer by Northern Illawarra Community Connections Inc (NICCI). NICCI client support worker Daniel Brokenborough the interest free loans can be for whitegoods, furniture, medical procedures, computers, tablets, car registration and … Continue reading

Group adds voice to growing opposition to Bulli and Thirroul traffic changes

CAMPAIGNERS for safer streets have added their voice to the growing opposition to proposed traffic changes at Thirroul and Bulli, including extended clearways on the Princes Highway. Safe Street to School have submitted feedback opposing suggestions by Transport for NSW to remove parking. Under the proposed changes, the NSW Government will extended clearways, and put … Continue reading

Consultation over traffic changes should be placed on ‘pause’ during lockdown, says Park

THE consultation period for the NSW Government’s controversial traffic changes at Bulli and Thirroul should by placed on pause during the Covid-19 lockdown, says State MP for Keira, Ryan Park. The extended clearways, one-way streets and traffic changes at key congestion intersections are measures under consideration by Transport for NSW to relieve the bottle-necks through … Continue reading

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