Redhead Quarry Reclamation

35,000 trees and plants to transform former quarry site. A disused Redhead quarry that was once an illegal dumping hot-spot will be transformed ...Nothing found

Heritage Building Becomes Rathmines Theatre

An upgrade of the historic Rathmines building to a new theatre is complete. Lake Macquarie Mayor Cr Kay Fraser was joined by Member ...Nothing found

Windale’s New Community Hall

Windale’s new community hall will be a ‘high-tech’ library and a multi-purpose centre with flexible layout and gathering spaces. Artist's impression of ...Nothing found

Lake News

Hunter artists ~apply to enhance urban areas in Lake Mac. Hunter artists can get art on the streets by submitting designs for ...Nothing found

Lake City Becoming a City

Record $1.5 billion in approved development for 2019-20 financial year. Lake Macquarie City Council approved almost $1.5 billion in development in the past 12 ...Nothing found

Is Low Tide More Dangerous?

New research reveals link between tide and fatal beach drowning. Fatal drowning on Australian surf beaches is more likely to occur around low tide, ...Nothing found

Big Spend to Revive Lake Economy

Lake Macquarie City Council will invest $395 million in the next 12 months through its Operational Plan 2020-2021, including $116 million on capital works. ...Nothing found

A More Welcoming Hand at the Lake

Lake City’s new Multicultural Plan aims to assist participation by new arrivals and multicultural residents, with more than 10 per cent of residents born overseas. ...Nothing found

Construction Runoff Filling Lake

A Council campaign hopes to reduce the 60,000 tonnes of material that end up in Lake Macquarie every year due to construction site erosion. ...Nothing found

Rathmines Heritage Centre

Lake Macquarie City Council calls for expressions of interest and volunteer applications to work on Rathmines Theatre. Contractors skilled in front-of-house duties, ...Nothing found

Lake Council Tackles Homelessness

A Hunter-first plan to confront homelessness and improve the lives of those affected is in Lake Macquarie City Council’s sights. The first step is ...Nothing found

OzHarvest Creates Lake Macquarie Centre

OzHarvest has established a food relief hub at PCYC Lake Macquarie in Windale. It will provide 700 pre-cooked meals and over 600 ...Nothing found

Landcare Volunteers Urged to Return

Lake Macquarie Landcare volunteers are encouraged to return to sites to undertake limited onsite activities. Lake Macquarie Mayor Cr Kay Fraser said volunteers play ...Nothing found

Murals Greet Visitors at Redhead Beach

A trio of murals make striking introduction to one of Lake Macquarie’s most iconic stretches of coast. Above ~ Redhead Beach mural ...Nothing found

West Wallsend’s Future

A heritage trail guides visitors through West Wallsend’s rich history, cycleways link to nearby networks, and trees line streets, coming to the town we fondly ...Nothing found

New Lake Wall Seeks Employment

Artists invited to submit designs for exterior wall of new cultural facility for the Hunter. A 10m exterior wall of the soon-to-be-built ...Nothing found

Choose Your Skateboard Park

Lake Macquarie City Council wants residents to choose the skate park design for Windale, Morisset and Croudace Bay. Bernie Goodwin Memorial ...Nothing found

Feedback Sought on Lake Suburban Flooding

Survey on community tolerance of suburban flooding. Lake Macquarie City Council will survey residents in parts of south-east Lake Macquarie prone to tidal inundation ...Nothing found

Martinsville Recreation Makeover

A giant timber goanna, a fire truck see-saw, and a rope climbing gym will feature at the new playground under construction at Martinsville in south-west ...Nothing found

Where This Path Leads…

Path leading to the past unearthed in Lake Macquarie. Stone pathway uncovered near Queen Street Argenton during pathway construction. History has ...Nothing found

Sugar Gliders Choose Up-market Home

Research reveals Lake Mac glider populations. Tiny sugar gliders have moved into Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area in the latest sign the City’s ecosystems ...Nothing found

Lake City Supports Local Artists

Lake Mac invests in creativity in a time of crisis. Lake Macquarie artists can receive grants of up to $2500 in a ...Nothing found

Lake City $400m Recovery Spend

Almost $400 million will be spent in the next financial year under Lake Macquarie City Council’s draft Operational Plan. The plan outlines ...Nothing found

Munibung Road Extension Opens

An 820m extension to Munibung Road that joins Cardiff directly to Boolaroo is finished. The $4.7 million project was jointly funded by ...Nothing found

Awaba Waste Reopens

Lake Macquarie City Council has re-opened the Awaba Waste Management Facility to the public. The NSW Government has advised people may leave ...Nothing found

Lake Council Restricts Face to Face Service

Lake Macquarie City Council’s face-to-face customer service is closed from today (27 March 2020) due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Customers can still ...Nothing found

Lake Holiday Parks Close Today

All four Lake Mac Holiday Parks are closed from today, Thursday 26 March. Lake Macquarie City Council Manager Property and Business Development ...Nothing found

Patrolled Lake Beaches Closed Sunday. But..

Lake Mac beaches to close temporarily on Sunday to plan for future operations. Council will close all four of its patrolled beaches ...Nothing found

Lake LED Streetlight Rollout

Lake Macquarie’s future is looking brighter thanks to the rollout of more than 1400 LED streetlights across the City. A joint project ...Nothing found

Lake Libraries App for Devices

Lake Macquarie City Council has launched a Lake Mac Libraries app for Apple and Android devices. People can now track loans, access ...Nothing found

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