Annual Reports

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Annual Report 2020/21

We have completed the fourth year of our Delivery Program, and this report outlines our progress on the Operational Plan for 2020/21, as well as the focus for the next year. Highlights include:

  • celebrated the 50th anniversary of The E.G. Waterhouse National Camellia Gardens
  • completed the final planting of Council’s ‘3K Trees’ program
  • purchased a new electric wheelchair for Cronulla Beach as part of the 'Beaches for Every Body' initiative
  • start of construction on the refurbishment of the Sutherland Entertainment Centre
  • trial of an innovative new zero emission street sweeper 

Download - Annual Report 2020/21 (PDF)

 

This year’s Annual Report also includes the End of Term Report which outlines our achievements and progress in implementing the objectives and strategies in Our Community Plan over the past five years.

Download - End of Term Report 2016-2021 (PDF) 

Annual Report 2019/20

We have completed the third year of our Delivery Program, and this report outlines our progress on the Operational Plan for 2019/20, as well as the focus for the next year. Highlights include:

  • the first Como Heritage and Environment Trail
  • launching the SHIREABILITY Film Festival in recognition and celebration of International Day of People with Disability (IDPWD)
  • bringing our local story of the ‘Whales of the Gweagal’ to Oak Park, Cronulla
  • reaching a milestone for our Green Streets program by planting the 10,000th tree in the Sutherland Shire
  • the opening of the South Village community park at Kirrawee
  • introducing a digitised and interactive local history collection at Sutherland Shire Libraries

Download - Annual Report 2019/20 (PDF)

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Annual Report 2018/19

We have completed the second year of our Delivery Program, and this report outlines our progress on the Operational Plan for 2018/19, as well as the focus for the next year. Highlights include:

  • the first road in NSW was built with soft plastics and glass
  • our Council Lifeguards raised over $13,000 for Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation
  • a new online payment portal for easyand secure rates payments
  • to mark Centenary of Armistice, we planted a Gallipoli Aleppo Pine in each ward
  • Sutherland Entertainment Centre refurbishment project begun
  • a new Water Fun Park in Sutherland Leisure Centre..

Download - Annual Report 2018/19 (PDF)

Download - Annual Report 2018/19 Accessible MSWord (.docx)

Download - Annual Report 2018/19 Accessible PDF

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

Annual Report 2017/18

We are proud to report back on the first year of our Delivery Program 2017-2021. This report outlines our progress on the Operational Plan for 2017/18, including the achievements and challenges, as well as the focus for the next year. Highlights include:

  • a new portable observation tower installed at Greenhills Beach
  • a new synthetic surface at Sylvania Waters Athletics Track
  • the European Old Masters Exhibit at Hazelhurst Arts Centre
  • a Community Thank You BBQ to recognise our local emergency services
  • Stage 6 of the Woolooware Bay Shared Pathway
  • two key crime prevention street art projects: Walk the Walls festival, and Tonkin Underpass.

Download - Annual Report 2017/18 (PDF)

Download - Annual Report 2017/18 (Accessible MSWord)

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

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Annual Report 2016-2017

2016/17 has been a successful year for Council. Over this time, we have built on the work of our previous Councillors, steering our Sutherland Shire to a prosperous future, making decisions and taking action to benefit our community. Highlights include:

  • more than $14.5m on roads, kerb and guttering, footpaths, shared pathways
  • new synthetic surface at Sylvania Waters Athletics Track
  • upgrades to Waratah Park in Sutherland and Joseph Banks Native Plants Reserve
  • custom-designed outdoor play area for Dianella Street Early Education Centre
  • AUSFEST, a free two-day community event across three sites.

Download - Annual Report 2016-2017

Annual Report 2016-2017 Accessible PDF  Annual Report 2016-2017 Accessible MSWord

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

Annual Report 2015-2016

Highlights include:

  • Hospital Bay Wharf and Lilli Pilli Bay Wharf upgrade
  • Greenhills Skatepark completed
  • $8 million dollar upgrade to Captain Cook Drive completed
  • Menai Bushfire Station opened
  • Completion of Captain Cook Drive (between Woolooware Road and Elouera Road)
  • Twenty new footpath projects completed, (5.7 km of newly constructed footpath)

Download - Annual Report 2015-2016

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

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Annual Report 2014-2015

Highlights include:

  • Two new FIFA 1 certified synthetic playing fields built at Kareela Oval, $2.9 million.
  • $9.8 million Gymea Shopping Centre upgrade project
  • $366,000 Miranda War Memorial relocation project
  • Captain Cook Drive Upgrade project, first stage of $8.8 million
  • Suburb signage complete.

Download - Annual Report 2014-2015

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

Annual Report 2013-2014

Highlights include:

  • Camellia Gardens Masterplan project commenced with Stage 1, worth $550,000.
  • $1.4m Marine Esplanade Walkway Cycleway link project
  • $200,000 playground at Green Point Reserve Playground, Oyster Bay
  • $1.375 million project to redevelop the Rural Fire Station at Bundeena complete
  • $360,000 upgrade to the playground and carpark at the historic Albert Delardes Reserve in Illawong

Download - Annual Report 2013-2014

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

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Annual Report 2012-2013

Highlights include:

  • $6.8 million Captain Cook Drive expansion commenced with Stage One, worth $2.9 million
  • $3.78 million makeover of Cronulla Esplanade
  • $1m North Cronulla to Wanda shared concrete walkway for cyclists and pedestrians
  • $770,000 environmentally-friendly upgrade of Prince Edward Park ensures protection of the Woronora foreshore
  • $250,000 upgrade of Gymea Bay Baths
  • new Energy and Sustainability Unit is leading the drive for increased energy and water efficiency.

Download - Annual Report 2012-2013

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

Annual Report 2011-2012

Highlights include:

  • 40 footpath projects constructed and completed
  • 35 projects completed under Pedestrian Access Mobility Program
  • Caringbah Shopping Centre upgrade completed
  • More efficient cleaning of Cronulla parks and beachfront areas
  • Major parks and waterways projects completed

Download - Annual Report 2011-2012

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

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Annual Report 2010-2011

Highlights include:

  • 25 footpath construction projects completed, saving $228,079
  • Shopping Centre upgrades in Sutherland, Gymea and Caringbah
  • $1.4 million upgrade of Como Pleasure Grounds project Stages 4 and 5 completed
  • 2010 Cronulla Spring Festival drew a 30,000+ crowd over two days in September
  • Nearly $25 million spent upgrading and maintaining infrastructure including footpath construction, cycleways, playgrounds and parks
  • New cleaning program for beachfront public toilets adopted after successful trial over summer
  • Fifteenth year of Shire’s heritage grants program awards eight building and one publication grants totalling $25,484

Download - Annual Report 2010-2011

Download - Autumn 2018 (Accessible word)

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