More Randwick Council services set to reopen

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Randwick Council Customer Service Centre

Randwick City Council’s Customer Service Centre and popular Community Nursery in Kingsford will reopen to the public from Tuesday 9 June 2020.

Council’s Recycling Centre at Matraville will also recommence Saturday openings from 13 June.

Randwick Mayor Danny Said welcomed the openings and encouraged people to continue practising caution and social distancing.

“It’s great to be opening more of our facilities and slowly getting back closer to a feeling of normality,” Randwick Mayor Danny Said commented. “But we still need to be cautious and practice social distancing. While our Customer Service Centre is reopening, you can access most of our services and transactions on our website and I’d encourage people to consider using our online services where possible.”

Here’s a run-down of upcoming changes to Council services.

Customer Service Centre

30 Frances Street, Randwick (Mon-Fri 8.30am – 5pm)

Reopening for all Council services from Tuesday 9 June 2020. Social distancing restrictions will be in place including limits on the total number of people in the premises. Hand sanitiser will be available and plastic screens in place. We strongly encourage people to lodge Development Applications electronically via our website rather than in person.

Randwick Community Nursery

2B Barker St, Kingsford (Mon-Fri, 9am – 3pm)

Reopening to the public from Tuesday 9 June 2020. Maximum of 100 people permitted at any one time. More details

Randwick Recycling Centre

72 Perry St, Matraville (open 6 days)

Reopening Saturdays for recycling drop-off including green waste. The Centre is also open Monday to Friday, but green waste drop-off is only permitted on Saturdays. More details.

Des Renford Leisure Centre

Cnr Jersey Rd & Robey St, Maroubra (open 7 days)

Indoor pool, gym and indoor classes resume operating from Saturday 13 June 2020 subject to restrictions. For further details visit:


Libraries reopened on 1 June 2020. From 9 June no bookings will be required. From 15 June access will be returned to study areas, printing, computers and opening hours will return to normal operating hours (except Lionel Bowen Library will close at 6pm due to building works). More details.

Sports fields

Team training has resumed on Randwick City sports fields commencing 1 June 2020. The NSW Government has announced that community sport competitions for under 18 years can commence from 1 July 2020. Council is currently working with local clubs and associations to provide a COVID safe return to outdoor sporting activities. More details.

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