COVID-19 community bulletin #17


  • Woy Woy Library
Monday, 21 September 2020


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Your Council

Check in with a QR code!

Dropping in to ask our customer service team a question? Visiting a library or gym? Or checking out an exhibition at a Council-run gallery?

Council is committed to being COVID-safe. This includes asking our visitors to record their contact details in case NSW Health needs to conduct contact tracing after someone who later tests positive to COVID has also attended the venue.

To make it easier for you to record your details, we’re posting signs with QR codes at the entrance to all our facilities. Each QR code is specific to a facility and visitors can use their phone’s QR scanner to scan and record their details. The data we gather will be kept for 28 days and only used if required by NSW Health.

Of course, if you don’t have a phone or QR scanner, you’ll still be able to provide your contact details in another way. Our friendly staff will assist if you have any difficulties checking in.

Your Libraries

More time to browse and borrow

An exciting update about our libraries! From this Saturday, our Lake Haven, Tuggerah and Woy Woy branches join the Erina branch in re-opening on Saturdays from 9.30am to 12.30pm.

Our libraries have also been able to remove some of the restrictions which applied when they re-opened after the COVID closures:

  • there is no longer a time limit for customers in branch, but site capacities will remain
  • a reduced number of internet PCs are available for public use as per ‘normal practice’

We are still asking that all book returns are made via the external chutes at all branches, as our internal chutes remain closed.

We'd like to thank our community members for their understanding and patience as we work to create a safe and enjoyable experience for all.

Stay up to date with the latest libraries news and events at

Your Community

Holiday fun for students

School holidays start next week, and we’re delighted to bring families and students a range of online and face-to-face activities to help kids have fun during the break.

The COVID pandemic means that we’ve had to adjust the way we deliver our holiday programs. However, we’ve got something for everyone, from young primary school children to senior students about to sit there HSC or start job hunting.

Our online programs include:

  • story times
  • baby farm animals
  • how to grow herbs or build a worm farm

Our face-to-face programs include:

  • clay moulding
  • employment skills
  • musical performance workshops
  • supported HSC study sessions

All face-to-face programs will operate in a COVID-safe way, including maximum numbers in each workshop.

For all the details, search for 'school holidays' on our 'What’s On' page at

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Last updated : Wed 24 Feb 2021