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The Queen Street & West Woollahra Association

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Cooper Ward Meeting, Tuesday, June 18

Woollahra Council is hosting a Cooper Ward meeting for all local residents on Tuesday, June 18, 6.00-7.30pm at the Woollahra Council Chambers, 536 New South Head Road, Double Bay. This is a great opportunity to meet your Ward Councillors and discuss key issues or concerns about our area. For more information, call 9391 7000 or visit https://yoursay.woollahra.nsw.gov.au/ward-councillors.

Please RSVP by 12 noon, Friday, June 14 by scanning the QR code you can find on the form here or through the yoursay website link above.

QSWWA Annual Dinner, June 24

Book now for the ever-popular QSWWA Annual Dinner.  Following last year's great success, it will be held on Monday 24 June at 6.30pm for 7.15pm again at the Phoenix, 1 Moncur Street. Click here for further details and to book.

Upcoming Events

The Village Voice

Click here to download the latest edition of our local magazine or browse earlier editions all the way back to the first edition in 1972. 

Woollahra History

Woollahra: A History of Queen Street and West Woollahra tells the intriguing tales of the people and places of Woollahra. It's a must-read for everyone interested in local history.

Click here to place your order. 

Woollahra History book


The Queen Street & West Woollahra Association is a community organisation representing local residents and businesses. The Association is focused on preserving and maintaining the unique 'village’ atmosphere of Woollahra, building and enhancing a strong community spirit and sense of identity for its residents, and supporting local businesses to create an attractive, vibrant commercial environment.  Click here to find out more about our annual program of community events, our local magazine, the Village Voice and our ongoing vigilance to prevent unsuitable development.

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