North Arm Cove Community Website

bobreidSun, 25/04/2021 - 9:16pm

The next NACCAi ordinary general meeting will be held on Saturday 8 May 2021 from 2-4pm at the Community Centre.

MidCoast Councillor Len Roberts will be attending the meeting, and we will be including an open forum/question time for the last part of the meeting for residents to ask Councillor Roberts about Council related issues.

NACCAi members and residents who are not members are welcome to attend.

janinerSun, 09/05/2021 - 12:35pm

The 2021 Review of the NSW Oyster Industry Sustainable Aquaculture Strategy (OISAS) is currently on public exhibition

The Department of Primary Industries is seeking public comment on the 2021 review of the Strategy, last published in 2016. Submissions are due by 28 May, 2021.

I have not had a chance to read the whole document yet. The NACCAi Aquaculture Subcommittee will prepare a submission, but local residents are encouraged to make their own submissions.

For more details and to download the document, go to .

bobreidSun, 02/05/2021 - 9:55pm

A reminder that the next NACCAi general meeting will be held on Saturday 8 May from 2pm to 4pm at the Community Centre.

MidCoast Councillor Mr Len Roberts will be attending and will participate in an open forum so come along if there is anything you would like to discuss related to MidCoast Council.

Members and North Arm Cove residents who are not members are welcome to attend.

Light refreshments will be available after the meeting. 

bobreidSun, 18/04/2021 - 7:14pm

Did you know that much of the community infrastructure in North Arm Cove was paid for by government grants - examples include the Community Centre, the tennis court, and Yallarwah Park. A recent example is the upgrading of the power and water supply to the Community Centre that is happening at the moment - this is also being funded by a grant.

Today's featured/historical article ...

dougkSun, 30/08/2015 - 11:58pm

It seems the Cove's relationship with Council has, for many years, mostly been a case of we give and they take. A significant amount of rate money has flowed to Council over the past half century from the North Arm Cove village area and the many nearby non-urban lots. Yet it has been a continual struggle for North Arm Cove to gain the attention of Council when they so often seem totally preoccupied elsewhere.

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