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bobreidSat, 11/07/2020 - 6:16pm

Over the past few days I have noticed that white Lady Finger Orchids are blooming all over the Cove. Two areas where there are lots are along the roadside on The Ridgeway, and in the bushland on the western side of Cove Boulevarde just before The Esplanade.

mpicklesSun, 05/07/2020 - 8:20am

25 residents and local completed and passed the Boat License Course and PWC at the hall provided by Sydney Sea School Trainer Jenny Nugent Saturday 4 July.

More than half of the participants were women keen for a license and get out on the water.

The youngest participant was a girl 14 years who achieved 100% pass. There were 6 participants under 20 years old.

Some of the participants had not completed a test since leaving school however the clear, concise presentation and reviews gave participants an even chance and everyone got through.


mpicklesSun, 05/07/2020 - 7:21am

Community Centre renewal.

We are pleased that the painting of the hall is completed and have booked for the sanding of the hall for 14 July.

Note that the Hall will be closed from 14 July to 17 July.

New procedure for Community Centre Hall Hire

The Community Centre Management Committee has been provided with the task of ensuring we are compliant with Covid Restrictions by Mid Coast Council.

Our Safety Plan and a new form for Hirers is available on...

bobreidSat, 04/07/2020 - 10:02pm

The attached map shows properties, roads and zoning in both the North Arm Cove village and the surrounding non-urban area west to Goorengi Road.

It also shows land owned by MidCoast Council and land owned by developer Walker Corporation. The base map was provided by Council and I added the red shading to show the Walker Corporation land, which is based on information supplied to the Association a couple of years ago so it may be slightly out of date. The map also shows roads which are privately owned and provide access to other properties through easements or rights of way.

dougkThu, 02/07/2020 - 3:00pm
janinerWed, 01/07/2020 - 2:04pm

This year has not been good for oyster farming. The state's oyster farmers were first hit by bushfires, then floods and now by the shut down of restaurants due to the Covid-19 virus. It has been a hard year and we are just half way through. Our area has at least avoided the fires and floods.

DPI Fisheries have put out a video about the bushfire disaster. It is fronted by Ian Lyall, Program Leader Aquaculture. Ian addressed the oyster meeting last year in the community hall. To view the video, go to the bottom of the page at...