Aquatic centers, libraries, gallery, customer service and more reopen from Monday



In line with the NSW government’s easing of restrictions, the Northern Beaches Council will once again welcome the community to many of our facilities starting Monday 11 October.

Mayor Michael Regan said Council was delighted to reopen after such a long time.

“We are very excited to welcome the community back to our services. So a big thank you to everyone for exceeding the vaccination targets so that we can reopen on Monday, ”he said.

“I know many of you missed your regular visits to the library, the exhibits at the Manly Art Gallery and Museum, our shows at the Glen Street Theater and, of course, the swimming lessons at the pool. All are ready to come back next week with the many classes and weekly activities organized in our community centers. Like you, we look forward to welcoming you again.

“While we have successfully introduced new home delivery service offerings like Library 2U or Backyard Habitat, and we still run events and courses online, these face-to-face connections are so important.

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