What's currently open and closed.
Keep up to date with what Council services, facilities and amenities are currently open and closed. Where possible, Council is ensuring that if a facility is closed to the public, we are continuing to offer a modified service #openforbusinessbutdifferently
With the easing of restrictions Council has reopened its playgrounds, exercsie station and skatepark.
A number of Council facilities which were closed in March will begin to re-open from Wednesday 3 June with appropriate social distancing and other entry conditions in place.
What will open when?
Wednesday 3 June:
National Motor Racing Museum
Bathurst Visitor Information Centre.
Thursday 4 June:
Australian Fossil & Mineral Museum
Friday 5 June
Bathurst Rail Museum
Tuesday 9 June
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
Tuesay 16 June
Kelso Community Hub – BRC and third party services returning to the centre.
Saturday 20 June
Manning Aquatic Centre from 6am - view website for details
What remains closed?
Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre
Chifley Home & Education Centre
Begonia House & Fernery
Facilities which remain open with social distancing and/or other restrictions:
Small Animal Pound – pet adoptions available by appointment only.
Civic Centre – open with appropriate social distancing methods in place and please only visit if you are well.
Bathurst Children’s Services - open with appropriate social distancing and only attend if you are well.
Aerodrome – open with appropriate social distancing. Regional Express Airlines (REX) has advised that it will operate return flights between Bathurst and Sydney on Mondays and Fridays only.
Council’s essential services including water, sewer and waste are priority services and Council will ensure these continue. Other services like building and food inspections will occur when necessary and appropriate.
Council will continue to update its website and social media platforms with information on facilities and services as required.
We also ask that community members visiting Council facilities and buildings or attending events follow the advice provided by NSW Health and follow good hygiene practices such as hand washing, and covering your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with tissue or a flexed elbow.
If you are unwell, or experiencing flu like symptoms, please re-consider attending Council facilities or events.
If you require additional information regarding the management of coronavirus, NSW Health is the responsible agency. Their website contains fact sheets, advice and relevant medical information.
If you develop flu like symptoms and are concerned you can:
Call Healthdirect on 1800 022 222 in the first instance for medical advice, your doctor or hospital emergency department.
The National Coronavirus Health Information Line can be contacted on – 1800 020 080.