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Disruptions on Memorial Drive between Bulli and North Wollongong

MOTORISTS are advised of night work on Memorial Drive between Bulli and North Wollongong for maintenance to improve safety for road users from Sunday. Work will be carried out on both north bound and south bound lanes of Memorial Drive between North Wollongong and the Princes Highway at Bulli. Work will include general maintenance, clearing … Continue reading

Bulli Pass closed to traffic later this month for maintenance work

MOTORISTS are advised Bulli Pass will be closed for maintenance work between Lawrence Hargrave Drive and M1 Princes Motorway later this month. Work includes trimming vegetation, clearing gutters and drains, line marking, bridge inspections and maintenance of guardrails signs and safety ramps. Motorists are advised detours are in place via Lawrence Hargrave Drive or via … Continue reading

New pop-up Covid testing site at Slacky Flat with updated venue health advice

NSW Health has updated its advice for people who attended two previously announced venues at Bulli and Austinmer. As reported Sunday, a confirmed case of COVID-19 visited these venues after they were released from hotel quarantine and before they were notified of a positive result from their day-16 test. Anyone who was in the beer … Continue reading

Northern suburbs’ venue alert after returned traveller tests positive to COVID

A NUMBER of venues in Wollongong’s north, including at Austinmer, Thirroul, Bulli and Corrimal, have been placed on a venue alert after a returned overseas traveller tested positive to COVID-19. NSW Health is carrying out precautionary public health follow-up in relation to the traveller, who tested positive to COVID-19 on day 16 after being released … Continue reading

Proposal for 95 dwellings, including a five-storey building on old Bulli Bowling Club site, rejected by Council

A PROPOSAL to have the old Bulli Bowling Club site rezoned from private recreation to allow for almost 100 residential dwellings to be built has been labelled an “overdevelopment” and rejected by Wollongong City Council on Monday night. Councillors unanimously rejected an application to rezone the site for a mixed-use development consisting of three, four, … Continue reading

Patients turned away from Bulli Hospital’s new ‘urgent care centre’, says Keira MP

FIVE months after the long awaited opening of the new Bulli Hospital facility, a chronic doctor shortage is leaving the Urgent Care Centre (UCC) without a doctor for days on end and sending patients to other facilities. The state of the art $54 million Bulli Hospital opened in August 2020 and offers an UCC and … Continue reading

Bulli’s latest hospitality offering will be just the right medicine

By MICK ROBERTS THE transformation of an old Bulli chemist shop into a bar and eatery could be just the right medicine for many of us, after a year most would like to forget. Thomas Bailey hopes to open Bulli’s latest hospitality offering, The Fitz Café & Bar in February 2021. Mr Bailey said the … Continue reading

Half a million dollar tennis clubhouse to be built at Slacky Flat, Bulli

BULLI will receive a new half million dollar tennis clubhouse after Wollongong City Council accepted the tender of Colin Joss & Company for the design and construction of a replacement building at Slacky Flat last night. Council demolished the old Bulli clubhouse in March 2020 due to termite damage and structural concerns. The weatherboard building … Continue reading

Shared cycle/pedestrian path plan from Bulli Railway Station to beach

RESIDENTS have raised concerns over a proposal to provide a cycling link from Bulli Railway Station to Bulli beach. Wollongong City Council has put forward a proposal for the new shared bicycle and pedestrian path. The path will run from Park Road, along Franklin Avenue, past Bulli Railway Station to Ursula Road, following the southern … Continue reading

Northern beaches expected to pack again this weekend with scorcher forecasted

THIS weekend is set to see temperatures soar, and with the heat, Wollongong’s northern beaches are again expected to be packed with Sydney visitors. Wollongong City Council is reminding locals and visitors to plan ahead. Local residents and Sydney visitors escaping heatwave conditions forecasted by the Bureau of Meteorology are likely to see parking at … Continue reading

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